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Local Survivor Survives First Episode

Updated: 09/16/2004 - Leann Slaby, a Wausau area native who now lives in the Milwaukee area, made it past the first episode of this season's Survivor and is still in the running.

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"No Child" Debate

Updated: 09/16/2004 - A local school is being recognized as one of the best in the country, but there's plenty of debate about the program that some say is responsible for its success.

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Wall Collapse Update

Updated: 09/16/2004 - The conditions of three Stevens Point students injured in a construction accident are improving Thursday night.

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Homicide in Oneida County

Updated: 09/16/2004 - Boaters discover a body in the Town of Piehl, east of Rhinelander in Oneida County. Five suspects are in jail. The body was recovered in a wooded area off of Ginty Lake in the Town of Piehl.

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Crossover Ballots Not Counted

Updated: 09/16/2004 - While voter turnout was low for Tuesday's primary races, even fewer of those votes were actually counted in the final tallies because some voters cast their ballot incorrectly.

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Close Race Leads to Recount

Updated: 09/15/2004 - The runner up in a local Primary race for the state Assembly is asking for a recount after losing by just 19 votes.

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Charges Dropped in Car Bombing

Updated: 09/15/2004 - A Neillsville woman no longer faces criminal charges in the car bombing that injured her ex-husband and his current wife.

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Arrest Made in Child's Death

Updated: 09/15/2004 - One person has been arrested for the death of an 18-month-old child in Forest County.

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Construction Site Collapses

Updated: 09/15/2004 - A major high school project in Stevens Point is shut down Wednesday evening after an accident onsite. Three students were hurt when a basement wall collapsed at a house they're helping to build.

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Bush Leads Kerry

Updated: 09/15/2004 - While pollsters say this could mean that people either don't like or don't trust Kerry, other parts of the poll could be disturbing for the Bush campaign.

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Ringers Silenced at Target

Updated: 09/15/2004 - Target says they will no longer allow the Salvation Army bell ringers at their stores.

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85th Assembly Race

Updated: 09/15/2004 - The race is set in a contest where two women are hoping to make central Wisconsin heard in the state assembly.

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$1 Million Budget Cut

Updated: 09/14/2004 - One million dollars could get cut from the budget of the Wood County Sheriff's Department.

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Solar Panels at Wausau East

Updated: 09/14/2004 - Wausau East is now one of 27 high schools in North Central Wisconsin to take a hands-on approach to teaching about solar energy with solar panels.

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Believer's Church Members Return

Updated: 09/14/2004 - They've helped out before, and they're helping again, a local group is on their way back to Florida to help hurricane victims Tuesday night.

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Partisan Election

Updated: 09/14/2004 - The Republican candidates for two major races, one local and one statewide, will be set after Tuesday night’s primary.

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Honoring Fallen Firefighters

Updated: 09/14/2004 - The new Wisconsin State Firefighters Memorial visits a local fire station that lost one of its own less than a year ago.

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Update of Body Found in Dam

Updated: 09/13/2004 - NewsChannel 7 has a followup on the body recovered in the Wisconsin River in Wausau.

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Restoring Power

Updated: 09/13/2004 - With Hurricane Ivan on a path to hit Florida, Wisconsinites already in the Sunshine State are ready to extend their help.

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Voting Tips

Updated: 09/13/2004 - If you plan on participating in Tuesday’s partisan primary, we have a few tips for you.

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