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BREAKING: Three arrests made in Adams Co. death

Three people are in custody in connection to the death of a 33-year-old man in Adams County, according to a press release from Sheriff Sam Wollin. 


Russians target Wisconsin voter registration system for hacking

MADISON, Wis. (AP) - The U.S. Department of Homeland Security says Wisconsin's voter registration system was unsuccessfully targeted by Russian hackers.


Republicans: Put sexually violent people in county where they offended

Wisconsin Republicans are proposing a bill that would require sexually violent offenders released from prison to be placed in the county where they were convicted.


MAKING THE GRADE: New STEM center sets UW Marshfield/Wood Co. apart Video included

A new STEM center is putting The University of Wisconsin-Marshfield/Wood County on the map, and we're featuring it in our next "Making the Grade with Rebecca." 


Wood Co. officials warn of rabies found in stray kitten

A kitten in Wood County has tested positive for rabies, according to the Wood County Health Department.


Probation revoked for Wausau homeless man in lewd behavior case

WAUSAU (WAOW) - A judge Friday revoked the probation for a 54-year-old homeless man who exposed himself to one woman and made inappropriate sexual comments to a teenage girl in separate incidents near the Marathon County Public Library in downtown Wausau, according to online Marathon County court records.


Broadview University no longer accepting new students, future unclear

Broadview University will not be accepting new students at three Wausau locations, according to a representative. 


The flu has arrived in Wisconsin, and it's early

The flu is here and it's early. The Wisconsin Department of Health Services says there have been 19 confirmed cases of influenza in Wisconsin between Sept. 1 and Sept. 22. 


UW-Madison starts free tuition program for transfer students

A new program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison promises to cover tuition and fees for first-generation college students from Wisconsin who transfer from one of the university system's two-year colleges. 


Marathon Co. Diversity Affairs Commission debates hate crime

A meeting held Friday morning discussed a resolution to denounce hate crimes and hate speech in Marathon County.


Bucks request waivers on Koenig

Bronson Koenig's pro basketball career has taken and unexpected and unfortunate turn.


Sports Express AM: Pack-a-toss madness at Mosinee Video included

Sports Express AM ventured to Mosinee on a humid football Friday morning for our sixth week of highlighting local schools.


High school teacher credited with stopping school shooting in Illinois

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Police are hailing a math and physical education teacher who helped defuse a school shooting at an eastern Illinois high school Wednesday.


Youth football team takes knee during National Anthem

A youth football team in southern Illinois is getting support, and facing criticism, for kneeling during the National Anthem at a recent game. 


Milwaukee boy who died trying to save cousin from house fire posthumously honored for heroism

A 10-year-old Milwaukee boy who died trying to save his little cousin from a house fire intentionally set by his stepfather will be posthumously honored by the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission, the organization announced this week. 


Complaint: Cousins charged in delivery man's death ate pizza after shooting

Mekael Kennedy, D'Andre Kennedy Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office Mekael Kennedy, D'Andre Kennedy Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office

Two Milwaukee cousins charged in connection with the shooting death of a pizza delivery man ate the food brought to the apartment as the delivery man died outside the front door, a criminal complaint filed Thursday said.


300 bats caught by janitors at Salt Lake City high school

A bat infestation prompted a Salt Lake City high school to cancel its after-school programs so school workers could root out the flying mammals. 


State budget helps with Brokaw's debt Video included

The state budget is helping a small central Wisconsin village in a big way.


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