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Pentagon agrees to provide space for 20,000 migrant children


The Pentagon says it will make space available on military bases for as many as 20,000 unaccompanied migrant children detained after illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. More>>

1 person dead after motorcycle crash in Portage Co. Video included

One person is dead after a motorcycle crash in Portage County.


EXCLUSIVE: Marshfield addiction support group leader arrested speaks out Video included

The leader of an addiction support group who was arrested on drug charges in Marshfield spoke out to News 9.


Foxconn creating controversy in central Wisconsin Video included

Governor Scott Walker was in Marathon City recognizing County Materials Corporation as they are a supplier for Foxconn.


A contestant with Wausau ties on a new ABC show is in the middle of a controversy Video included

Next week's second episode of 'The Proposal' set to air on Monday featured one of Wisconsin's very own. 


Pleasant summer weather continues through Monday Video included

A shower or T-storm possible Sunday.


Wis. Rapids man files lawsuit claiming food poisoning from vegetable tray Video included

A Wood County man has filed a lawsuit in Brown County court claiming he became ill from the parasite cyclospora after eating Del Monte food trays he bought at a Kwik Trip.


Wisconsin officials warn against synthetic marijuana

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services has issued a warning about synthetic marijuana products that have recently sent multiple people to the hospital with severe bleeding.


Rep. Dana Wachs drops out of governors race, second candidate this week Video included

Rep. Dana Wachs announced Friday morning that he is suspending his campaign for governor and endorsing Tony Evers in the Democratic primary. 


Shocking video shows priest slapping crying baby during baptism

Unsettling video that appears to show a priest slapping a crying child has sparked outrage on the internet.


Supreme Court: Warrant generally needed to track cell phone location data

The Supreme Court on Friday said the government generally needs a warrant if it wants to track an individual's location through cell phone records over an extended period of time.


Grizzly bears escape primary containment area, prompt scare at Milwaukee County Zoo

Two grizzly bears got into a secondary containment area Thursday afternoon, causing the Milwaukee County Zoo to begin its animal escape protocol. 


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