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Respiratory virus may have hit Wisconsin Video included

(WAOW)--A respiratory virus that targets children could be in Wisconsin. More>>

Judge halts proceedings in child stabbing case Video included

A judge has halted court proceedings for one of two 12-year-old girls accused of trying to kill a classmate to please a fictional character called Slender Man. More>>

Plea deal reached in Forest County attack Video included

CRANDON (WAOW) - One of four people accused of beating and torturing a man who was left in the woods as the attackers expected wolves to devour him reached a plea deal with prosecutors and was sentenced to nine months in jail Monday, according to online court records. More>>

A good corn harvest could mean lower prices for farmers Video included

RINGLE (WAOW) - Agricultural officials are expecting a spike in Wisconsin's corn harvest this year. More>>

Dunkin Donuts fights Alzheimer's with purple frosting Video included

If you see purple donuts in Dunkin Donuts this week, don't be alarmed. More>>

Amherst students shake, shake, shake to Taylor Swift in new music video Video included

It's not every day a song at the top of the pop music charts becomes an educational experience. But the Amherst School District has done just that. More>>

New voter ID law raises voter concern Video included

Friday, a Federal Appeals Court reinstated a law requiring Wisconsin voters to present a form of picture identification before voting in November. More>>

Pizza Ranch opens in Weston Video included

A new restaurant opened its doors in Weston. More>>

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Current forecast Video included

Light rain possible from Wausau and southward Sunday night into Monday morning.  Then pretty nice conditions Monday afternoon through Thursday.

Eight motorcyclists hurt during 33rd fall ride Video included

MERRILL (WAOW) – Eight motorcycle riders – six of them women – were hurt in motorcycle crashes that occurred during Tomahawk's 33rd annual fall motorcycle ride for muscular dystrophy, the Lincoln County Sheriff's Department reported Monday. More>>

Charity ride benefits food pantries

A couple biking across Minnesota and Wisconsin arrived at Lambeau Field in time for Sunday's Green Bay Packers' game after leaving the site of the old Metrodome in Minneapolis seven days before. More>>

Walk MS event brings hundreds to Stevens Point Video included

STEVENS POINT (WAOW)--250 people laced up their walking shoes Sunday to support multiple sclerosis In Stevens Point. More>>

Fans came from across the country to cheer on Packers Video included

Lambeau Field was surrounded by a sea of green and gold. More>>

Three injured in motorcycle crash

LINCOLN CO. (WAOW)-- Lincoln County Sheriff's authorities say a motorcycle crash involving two bikes on County Highway A was called in this morning a little after 9:00 am. More>>

Bargain hunters have a field day at Wausau treasure sale Video included

X marked the spot this weekend for people on the hunt for a bargain. More>>

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