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The Wait Is Over for Star Wars Fans

Updated: 05/19/2005 - "Star Wars Episode III" has now been in the theaters for a few hours, and analysts are hearing cash registers.

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Fallen Marshfield Policemen Honored

Updated: 05/18/2005 - Two Marshfield policemen, one killed in the line of duty 72 years ago, and one who died earlier this year, were honored by their fellow officers.

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Brain Drain, Part 2

Updated: 05/19/2005 - In Part 2 of "Brain Drain," we look at how businesses in Central Wisconsin are attracting young professionals to work in the area.

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Local Woman to Appear on Oprah

Updated: 05/18/2005 - She was found abandoned in the front seat of a car when she was only a few hours old, and now she gets to thank the people responsible for saving her life.

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"Brain Drain" Part 1

Updated: 05/18/2005 - Graduation is only a few days away for hundreds of UW-Stevens Point seniors, and like other Wisconsin graduates, they'll be faced with a big question: should they stay in the state for their first job or should they go somewhere else? The simple answer is, it really depends on the graduate.

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Remembering a Hero

Updated: 05/18/2005 - It's been almost 11 years to the day since a Marathon County sheriff's deputy was fatally wounded in the line of duty.

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Flamingo Fundraising

Updated: 05/18/2005 - It's the invasion of the giant pink birds in Wausau, but no need to worry; they're here for a good cause.

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Star Wars Viewing Party

Updated: 05/18/2005 - It's party time for Star Wars fans, the night they've been waiting for forever. Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith hits the theaters Thursday (May 19).

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Arby's Robbed

Updated: 05/17/2005 - Police are looking for suspects in a bold robbery at a restaurant on a busy street in the area.

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Surviving the Holocaust

Updated: 05/17/2005 - For more than five years Henry Golde spent his early teen years working in 10 different Nazi concentration camps. After being worked to near death, several times over, you'd think he'd be angry with his tormentors, but that couldn't be farther from the truth.

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State Getting More Tax Money

Updated: 05/17/2005 - The Legislative Fiscal Bureau says Wisconsin is getting millions more dollars in taxes than originally thought.

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WMD Searcher Speaking in Wausau

Updated: 05/17/2005 - It's not your average job, searching for weapons of mass destruction, but you can hear what that was like from Mark Padgett.

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Woman Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Crimes

Updated: 05/17/2005 - An Oshkosh woman is pleading not guilty for paying a man for sex, and letting him have sex with her 14-year-old daughter.

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Former Eagle River Mayor Dies

Updated: 05/17/2005 - Donald Dyer was the longest serving mayor in the history of Wisconsin, holding office for 44 years.

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Granite Quarry Debate

Updated: 05/17/2005 - A rural area just east of Lake DuBay could soon be home to a granite quarry. An Antigo company wants to set up the quarry in the town of Dewey, but many residents say they don't want it there.

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Prescription Drug Abuse Rises Among Teens

Updated: 05/16/2005 - They're cheaper, easier to come by and just as dangerous. Kids are taking prescriptions as a supplement to marijuana and alcohol or to help them when they're crashing off of methamphetamine.

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Town Hall Meetings

Updated: 05/16/2005 - “These are your airwaves, and this is your newscast.” That's our message to you, and we want to prove it with something new we're trying.

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Changing Wausau's Ban?

Updated: 05/16/2005 - The Wausau City Council is looking at a revised smoking ban that would make it easier for restaurants to prove they're exempt under the current ban's rules, and as expected, that's not sitting too well with the ban's supporters.

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Will Gas Prices Affect Northwoods Tourism?

Updated: 05/18/2005 - If you're planning on hitting the road this summer for vacation, you'll probably be shelling out quite a bit at the gas pump, but despite the record-high gas prices, officials don't expect tourism to take much of a hit. In fact, they could have the opposite effect.

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Highway 51 Crash Kills Two Teens

Updated: 05/16/2005 - The Wisconsin State Patrol is investigating a crash on Highway 51 that killed two girls, ages 14 and 17.

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Garlic Mustard Threat

Updated: 05/17/2005 - UW-Stevens Point is beginning a new program to monitor the extremely pesky garlic mustard plant.

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Area Man Faces Embezzlement Charges

Updated: 05/16/2005 - 45-year-old Robert Young of Lake Tomahawk is charged with embezzling $280,000 by inflating his own paycheck.

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