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4 of 30 Wausau Homes Showed Elevated Lead Levels in Initial Test

Updated: 6:50 PM - The Wausau Water Works is suggesting people living in Wausau run cold water through their pipes if the faucet hasn't been used in six hours. The warning came after a routine test showed some elevated levels in four of 30 tested homes.

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Communities Offer Free Thanksgiving Dinner

Posted: 4:16 PM - Several area churches and community centers are opening their doors this Thanksgiving to make sure everyone has the chance to have a warm meal and some friendly company.

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Recall of Turkeys Over Avian Flu is a Fake

Updated: 4:03 PM - A fake news story about millions of Thanksgiving turkeys being recalled because of the avian flu is making its way around the internet, despite having been posted by a satirical website.

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Antigo Woman Charged with Stealing $5,400 from Employer

Posted: 2:49 PM - A 21-year-old Antigo woman is expected to be charged with theft in a business setting after investigators said she took more than $5,400 from her employer during the course of a year by fraudulently returning items.

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Muzzleloader and archery Season Continues Through Dec. 10 at Rib Mt. State Park

Posted: 1:04 PM - Hunters planning to deer hunt at Rib Mountain State Park during the regular nine day season or 10-day muzzleloader season are limited to muzzleloader rifles or archery or crossbow equipment in those areas of the park open to hunting, according to a press release from the Wisconsin DNR.

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UPDATE: Victim in Hatley Crash ID'ed

16 mins ago - A Marathon County Sheriff's Department has released the name of an 18-year-old woman killed in a weekend car crash. The crash happened at County Road N and County Road Y just north of Hatley.

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Moderate Snow Monday Afternoon and Evening

Updated: 3:02 PM - Moderate snowfall will continue into Monday evening with most areas picking up a total of 3"-5" by early Tuesday morning. In addition, gusty winds will continue to cause issues with blowing and drifting of snow overnight as well.

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FDA Strengthens Warning on Female Device Linked to Cancer

Posted: 11:08 AM - U.S. regulators have strengthened their warning against use of a once-popular device for gynecologic surgery that can spread unsuspected cancer, saying its risk is only justified in a fraction of patients.

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Travel Expected to Deteriorate

Posted: 11:05 AM - Travel conditions are expected to deteriorate as rain turns to sleet and eventually snow in Wisconsin.

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Wisconsin Dairy Farmers to Rake in Big Profits

Posted: 11:03 AM - Wisconsin dairy experts say some farmers are enjoying a sweet combination of record-high milk prices and record-low feed costs that are creating profits in 2014 that are six times higher than previous good years.

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Shopping Black Friday? BBB has Some Advice

Posted: 9:14 AM - Thanksgiving is almost here and Black Friday shoppers are preparing. Some may even get a jump start with various retailers opening their doors Thursday evening. With U.S. holiday shopping expected to be moderately better this year, price competition is expected to remain fierce.

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