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Arts Block Ribbon Cutting

Updated: 10/15/2002 - The $13 million arts block project in downtown Wausau is complete and on Monday, dignitaries joined together for an official ribbon cutting ceremony.

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Are D.N.R. Searches Going Too Far?

Updated: 10/15/2002 - Deer farmers who had their property and homes searched by the Department of Natural Resources for the Chronic Wasting Disease investigation feel wardens have violated their rights.

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Stopping CWD

Updated: 10/14/2002 - A UW Panel says that the state is doing the right thing to stop Chronic Wasting Disease.

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Deer Crossing

Updated: 10/14/2002 - Wisconsin motorists are being urged to keep an eye out for deer.

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Site Reconstruction

Updated: 10/14/2002 - About 40 law enforcement officials are helping reconstruct the deadliest crash in state history.

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Dale Robinson in Court

Updated: 10/14/2002 - In Marathon County court Friday, a witness tells the judge Dale Robinson admitted to murdering Deanna Zuleger Scantlin.

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Interstate Crash

Updated: 10/11/2002 - At least five people are dead and 34 injured, including seven critically, in a fiery pile-up of vehicles on an eastern Wisconsin interstate.

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Mob Beating Boys in Court

Updated: 10/11/2002 - Four boys, 13 and 14-years-old, are due in court Friday in Milwaukee for the mob attack that killed a man.

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Governor Says No to Wausau Casino

Updated: 10/11/2002 - Gov. Scott McCallum say Wisconsin has enough casinos, but he is willing to extend the gaming compacts.

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WI Splits on Iraq Resolution

Updated: 10/10/2002 - The members of the Senate and the House are splitting their votes on the Iraq resolution.

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Decision Upheld

Posted: 10/10/2002 - The revocation of a former Eau Claire neurosurgeon's medical license by the Wisconsin Medical Examining Board has been upheld by a state Court of Appeals.

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Renewable Energy Center

Updated: 10/09/2002 - Farmers and construction workers will soon play a big part in a landmark project.

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Locating Registered Offenders

Updated: 10/09/2002 - About 2,900 registered sex offenders living in Wisconsin have not reported their whereabouts.

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Protesters Sleep Over

Posted: 10/09/2002 - War protesters stayed late into the night at Senator Kohl's offices.

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Gambling Addiction

Updated: 10/09/2002 - With talk of a casino coming to Wausau, the issue of gambling and addiction has become a topic of concern for many parents and taxpayers.

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Whoopers Set to Leave

Updated: 10/08/2002 - Whooping cranes are getting ready to make the journey to Florida.

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Heading Back to Court

Updated: 10/08/2002 - Appeals court reinstates obstruction charge against coach's friend.

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Casino Campaigns

Expanded Gambling

Updated: 10/08/2002 - The idea of bringing a casino to Wausau will be on the November ballot, and both sides are now making sure every voter is well-informed before casting their vote.

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Moms Need a Break Too

Updated: 10/08/2002 - No matter if you are a stay at home mom or a working mom, experts say it is critical to you and your family that you take time out every once in a while for a little R and R.

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Boys Will Be Boys?

Updated: 10/04/2002 - Additional charges have been filed in the Milwaukee fatal beating case.

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On the Campaign Trail

Updated: 10/04/2002 - Gov. McCallum says that Doyle wants to raise sales taxes.

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