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Hundreds remember jazz legend with fitting tribute Video included

Central Wisconsin is mourning the loss of a jazz legend. Sid Kyler was supposed to be the star of the show at Friday's 4th annual Sid Kyler River Valley Jazz Festival in Wausau. Instead, they honored his legacy.
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Historic Wisconsin buildings could be getting a facelift Video included

Governor Scott Walker has partially lifted a ban on the historic preservation tax credit. More>>

Farmers say cranberries are expected to do well Video included

Cranberries were in high supply last year, now conditions have changed.
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Wausau cooking camp teaches healthy eating Video included

Central Wisconsin kitchens better be ready because there's a new group of chefs on the loose. More>>

Avoiding invasive species a priority for boaters

DNR officials were out Friday to make sure boaters leave the water safely and legally. More>>

Thousands turn out for Langlade County Fair Video included

County fairs are a summertime favorite in Wisconsin, and for some at the Langlade County Fair, the sights and sounds take them back to their childhood.  More>>

Garage sale lovers go online Video included

WAUSAU (WAOW)--Garage sale lovers are turning to online sites to search for bargains."I love to shop at garage sales, but with four kids and the price of gas it is really easy to go online and search for what I want," said Crista Bobinski of Kronenwetter.She uses the Facebook site Wausau Online Garage Sales to sell and shop."We used it to sell our backyard swing set and I just bought two chairs. I am now recovering them and it's a work in progress. I will get it done one of these days, said B... More>>

Leaked ordinance sparks controversy in Langlade County Video included

Residents in a Langlade County town are fired up after what they say was a threat to their Second Amendment rights.  More>>

Sister of drowning victim: She's a hero Video included

Friends and family are mourning the death of an Illinois woman who drowned while rescuing a 9-year-old boy in a Wisconsin lake. More>>

UPDATE: Woman killed in bus crash identified Video included

The 67-year-old woman who was killed in a bus crash in Vilas County Thursday has been identified as Barbara Hilleque of Minocqua. More>>

Wausau man breaks world record Video included

A central Wisconsin TV host turned his passion into a world record.
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3 injured in Oneida Co. boat crash

Three people were injured in a boat crash in Oneida County Thursday, according to the Woodruff Police Department. More>>

Attorney General hopeful proposes "senior citizen advocate" position Video included

A Wisconsin attorney general hopeful wants to create a new position with the State Justice Department. More>>

Wausau councilwoman explains why she's on leave Video included

A Wausau city councilwoman is on a leave of absence, partly because of the stress of the job. More>>

Packers fans fill Lambeau Field for annual shareholders meeting Video included

Almost 15,000 fans from across the country filled Lambeau Field today for the Packers annual shareholder meeting.   More>>

Free ticket to fair for blood donations in central Wis. Video included

There's an incentive to donate blood in central Wisconsin this month. More>>

A golf marathon for the animals Video included

MARSHFIELD (WAOW)-- A central Wisconsin man played golf on Thursday for 12 hours in a marathon he organized to raise money for a pet shelter.


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Therapy dogs visit special needs campers Video included

WAUSAU (WAOW)-- The Aspirus YMCA branch in Weston is hosting a camp for special needs children and Thursday two therapy dogs visited the campers.


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Trial ordered for man accused of trying to kill dog

NEILLSVILLE (WAOW) - A 65-year-old Clark County man who told investigators that he "tried to skin his dog alive" was ordered to stand trial Thursday, according to online Clark County court records. More>>

Home sales up in central Wisconsin Video included

There is a change of pace in the real estate market. Home sales across the country are at their highest level in eight months. Sales in central Wisconsin are even stronger. More>>

Marathon County's Cedar Creek mall sold Video included

Plans to save a Marathon County mall are complete. More>>

Wisconsin Public Service responds to customer scam calls

Wisconsin Public Service is receiving reports from numerous customers of scam calls. More>>

Wausau mayor announces action plan for city's government Video included

Wausau mayor Jim Tipple announced an action plan to review the city's three branches of government. More>>

Merrill art students bring history to life through mural Video included

WAUSAU (WAOW)--Some Merrill art students are trying their hands at a project the entire community can enjoy. More>>

Ex-Wausau businessman gets 11 years in prison Video included

WAUSAU (WAOW) - A former Wausau businessman was sentenced to 11 years in prison Wednesday for racketeering, fraud and theft involving at least $1 million following a plea deal that resolved prosecutions in Marathon and Waupaca counties. More>>

Kronenwetter police: Vandals causing problems Video included

KRONENWETTER (WAOW) – Kronenwetter police say officers will be patrolling parks and streets more closely following a string of vandalism and thefts of road signs that has cost the village thousands of dollars in repairs and cleanup More>>

UPDATE: Star Lake woman dies in rescuing boy Video included

EAGLE RIVER (WAOW) – A 47-year-old woman who tried to rescue a young boy in trouble while swimming has died of an apparent drowning, the Vilas County Sheriff's Department said Wednesday.


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Wausau park attack suspect skips court; search is on

Police are now looking for a Wausau man accused of attacking a woman at a park. This comes after he did not show up in court Wednesday. More>>

Walker seeks federal disaster aid due to winter cold

MADISON (WAOW) – Gov. Scott Walker said Wednesday he has requested a federal disaster declaration for eight counties, including Marathon, Clark and Wood, because the severe winter cold caused unexpected damages. More>>

Red Cross in need of blood donations

The Red Cross is asking for your help to prevent a blood shortage. More>>

Former workers rebound after mill closure Video included

About six years ago, the Domtar paper mill in Port Edwards shut its doors, leaving more than 500 people without jobs, but a recent report says those workers are bouncing back. More>>

Man injured by hay bale in rural Marathon County

A man was injured Tuesday night by a hay bale in rural Marathon County, according to the Marathon County Sheriff's Department. More>>

Former Wausau area school to be demolished

Plans to tear down an old school for a new business are moving forward. More>>

Health officials provide tips to avoid heat stroke Video included

Health officials have some safety tips to prevent heat stroke with the warmer temperatures. More>>

Wisconsin Rapids police bring awareness to dangers of leaving children in hot cars Video included

Summer is in full swing, and central Wisconsin is feeling the heat. That hot sun can make cars a hot spot.   More>>

Merrill police report a rash of car break-ins Video included

WAUSAU (WAOW) - Merrill police report a rash of car break-ins has occurred in the city.
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A deal is in the works to save the Cedar Creek Mall Video included

 A deal is in the works that could save the Cedar Creek Mall. The Rothschild Village President confirms to Newsline 9 a new owner is expected to take over the mall Wednesday.
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Rhinelander college gets $1.9 million state grant Video included

RHINELANDER (WAOW) - Nicolet Area Technical College was awarded $1.9 million in state grants Tuesday to train up to 303 students for in-demand jobs, such as welding and nursing assistants. More>>

Police: Teen with gun at store sought quick attention

WESTON (WAOW) – A teenager who carried a gun into a convenience and asked workers to call police was seeking attention about troubles in his life and fortunately never raised the barrel of the gun as officers surrounded the building, an investigator said Tuesday. More>>

One-time "Woman of the Year" convicted of theft

EAGLE RIVER (WAOW) - A woman who just months ago was honored as Eagle River's woman of the year has been convicted of stealing about $16,000 from a civic group that raises money to benefit children in need, according to online court records. More>>

Man charged with sexually assaulting Wausau girl will go to trial

The man accused of sexually assaulting a 12-year-old rural Wausau girl will head to trial. Praveen Kharb, 38, appeared in Marathon County Court Tuesday. Police say Kharb was arrested in Washington state in the sexual assault of a 12-year-old girl at her home in rural Wausau.
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Man arrested for pulling knife outside Waupaca County nightclub

A Menasha man has been arrested and faces charges of endangering safety by use of a dangerous weapon and resisting an officer after an overnight incident. More>>

Woman hit and injured by car in Oneida Co.

One person was injured after being hit by a car in Oneida County, according to the Minocqua Police Department. More>>

Children learn from 'Colossal Fossils' Video included

Children in central Wisconsin took a trip back in time to the age of the dinosaurs. More>>

UPDATE: Doctors say possible health risks for legally drunk boy Video included

WAUSAU (WAOW) - Wausau Police say a 12-year-old Wausau boy received hospital treatment after officers found him legally drunk. More>>

First homeless shelter in Lincoln County coming to Tomahawk Video included

What once was a home for nuns is being turned into a shelter for homeless people. More>>

UWSP hosting hundreds of aspiring musicians Video included

WAUSAU (WAOW)--The American Suzuki Institute, a camp for aspiring young musicians, is underway on the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point campus.


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New football rules find the way to the field Video included

High school football season is almost here. Now, new rules are in place to make the sport safer for players. The changes are effective for this upcoming season. More>>

People in Marathon County find ways to stay cool in heat Video included

Monday was one of the hottest days of the year so far in central Wisconsin, so people found ways to cool off. More>>

Portage County Crime Stoppers: Park vandals Video included

Sometime on the evening of Saturday May 17, vandals cause hundreds of dollars worth of damage to the Zenoff Park softball complex in Stevens Point. More>>

UPDATE: Victim identified in rural Wausau incident Video included

TOWN OF STETTIN (WAOW) --Marathon County Sheriff's Department officials have identified the 77-year-old woman who died Friday when she got pinned between a pickup truck and trailer as Faye Reinhardt of Lincoln County. More>>

Fire breaks out at Miller Park Video included

MILWAUKEE (WAOW) -- A fire broke out at Miller Park early Monday morning. More>>

Motorcycle driver airlifted after crash in Portage County

A Rosholt motorcycle driver was airlifted after a Sunday evening crash in Portage County, according to Portage County Sheriff's Department officials. More>>

UPDATE: Motorcycle driver hospitalized after crash in Oneida County Video included

A motorcycle driver was flown to the hospital after a crash in Oneida County, according to Oneida County Sheriff Grady Hartman. More>>

Three inducted into Central Wis. Baseball Hall of Fame Video included

The Central Wisconsin Baseball Hall of Fame family picked up some new members Sunday. More>>

Cheese flies at world curd throwing championships Video included

It's no secret that Wisconsinites are big fans of both sports and dairy products. But what happens when the two are combined? More>>

Experts: Buy propane for winter now Video included

We're just getting into the dog days of summer, but a state agency is advising people to think ahead to the winter months. More>>

Wounded veterans make waves on whitewater course Video included

Disabled veterans are making waves in Wausau.


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Vehicle crash in Marathon County

Newsline 9 is working to learn more about a Saturday evening crash in Marathon County. More>>

Historic bell rung in Birnamwood dedication ceremony Video included

A piece of Birnamwood history was returned to the village as part of a dedication ceremony Saturday afternoon. More>>

Memorial run honors Colby firefighter Jamison Kampmeyer Video included

A fallen Colby firefighter was remembered with a memorial run Saturday morning. More>>

Dogs compete for best in show in Rothschild Video included

Hundreds of dogs competed Saturday in the Paper Cities Kennel Club Dog Show at the Patriot Center in Rothschild. More>>

Blood donations take a dive Video included

Blood donations have taken a dive across the state. It's a problem Red Cross leaders say they deal with every year. More>>

Discover Downtown is underway in Stevens Point Video included

A central Wisconsin community is coming together to show off their downtown. More>>

Merrill woman celebrates 106 years of life Video included

WAUSAU (WAOW)--A Merrill woman celebrates 106 years of life.Family members and friends gathered at Bell Tower Assisted Living Center in Merrill to celebrate Charlotte Strehlow's birthday Friday.Strehlow was born in Nebraska and later moved to the Wausau area.She credits her faith in God for her longevity.She says she is writing her memoirs for her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. More>>

Community service day spruces up Marathon City elementary school Video included

A central Wisconsin elementary school got some summer touch-ups thanks to a group of volunteers from Rasmussen College. More>>

BMX bikers shred at X-Fest in Weston Video included

People in Weston looking for an adrenaline rush got all they could handle Friday. More>>

Common core standards being questioned in Wisconsin Video included

Governor Scott Walker is trying to get rid of some standards that set requirements for what is taught in grade-school classrooms. More>>

NTC gets two million dollar grant from Governor Walker Video included

North Central Technical College in Wausau received more than $2 million Friday for its diesel transportation program. More>>

6-year-old girl nearly drowns in Rothschild pool Video included

Police say a 6-year-old girl is in stable condition after nearly drowning at the Rothschild/Schofield Aquatic Center Friday. More>>

Wausau School Board OKs 2 percent pay raise Video included

WAUSAU (WAOW) – The Wausau School Board has approved a 2 percent pay raise for all school employees, including teachers, administrators and support staff, a spokeswoman said Thursday. More>>

Rothschild teen gets probation in burglary attempt

WAUSAU (WAOW) - A Rothschild teenager who told investigators he tried to burglarize a grocery store to get money for his mother to pay rent was sentenced to two years probation Friday in a plea deal, according to online court records. More>>

Marshfield man honored for service to community Video included

A Marshfield man is being honored yet again for the work he's doing to better the community. More>>

SWAT Team assists in Wausau arrest Video included

One man was arrested at a Wausau apartment complex Thursday night. More>>

Portage County future farmers show off livestock Video included

At fairs throughout the state this summer you'll find future farmers prepping livestock for show and sale. The barns at the Portage County Fair in Amherst are packed with young farmers doing just that. More>>

Rental housing providers file lawsuit against Wausau Video included

The Wausau Area Apartment Association along with other rental housing providers have filed a lawsuit against the City of Wausau, according to a press release from WISLawyer LLC in La Crosse. More>>

Pier Pups make a splash in Wausau Video included

WAUSAU (WAOW)--Hundreds of people packed the 400 Block in Wausau to watch some dogs make a splash.
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Water skiers take over Wisconsin Rapids Video included

Thousands of water-skiers from all over Wisconsin headed to Lake Wazeecha in Wisconsin Rapids today for the 48th annual State Show Ski Tournament. More>>

What's behind the violence in Ukraine? Video included

The violence overseas has sparked world wide speculation about this plane crash. Now, we want to take a closer look at the unrest in Ukraine that's been making headlines for months.
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Lambeau Field hosts grand opening for new Packers pro shop Video included

The Packers pro shop at Lambeau Field has a new look. More>>

Scientists test methods to pollinate cranberries

University of Wisconsin-Madison scientists are researching alternative methods by which growers can pollinate cranberries. The Daily Tribune Media reports with the collapse of honeybee populations, researchers are looking at the possibility of wild bees. More>>

Portage Co. company expanding, adding jobs Video included

Governor Scott Walker made a stop in central Wisconsin at an expanding business. More>>

Soccer complex replacing former landfill nears completion Video included

City officials say what was once a landfill in Wausau is now almost a soccer complex.

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New report shows former public works director violated city policies Video included

A newly released report says Wausau's former public works director violated numerous city policies. Brad Marquardt resigned last month after an investigation was launched questioning his actions as a city official.
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Marshfield researcher joins national vaccine committee Video included

One Marshfield Clinic researcher has been selected to serve on a national committee that will give recommendations on how to use immunizations to help control disease. More>>

Outdoor camps step up protection for West Nile virus Video included

Safety is top of mind after a bird tested positive for West Nile in Marathon County.  More>>

Wausau man sues for losing job over legal gun Video included

WAUSAU, Wis. (AP) -- A Wausau man has sued his former employer for firing him allegedly over having a gun in his car.x More>>

Teenager with gun arrested at Weston store Video included

WESTON (WAOW) – A  teenager with a gun entered a convenience store early Wednesday and asked workers to call police, the Everest Metropolitan Police Department said.

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Ashley Baumann sentencing delayed 3 months Video included

MERRILL (WAOW) – The sentencing of a 26-year-old Merrill woman found guilty of driving drunk and killing two of her friends in a rollover crash two years ago has been delayed nearly three months, according to online Lincoln County court records. More>>

Man nicknamed "Castro" sentenced to prison

WAUSAU (WAOW) -- A 21-year-old Milwaukee man nicknamed "Castro" was sentenced to three years in prison Wednesday for his role in what police called a rash of Marathon County robberies in 2011. More>>

Heroin, meth worth $10,000 found in Wausau home

WAUSAU (WAOW) – Methamphetamine and heroin worth about $10,000 were seized in a search of a Wausau home that led to the arrest of six men, the Marathon County Sheriff's Department said Wednesday. More>>

Area teens build terrariums

Central Wisconsin teens took on a science project Tuesday night and built a terrarium. More>>

Lead found in Mosinee drinking water Video included

The drinking water in one central Wisconsin city could be at risk.

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Wisconsin State Patrol takes to skies for aerial enforcement Video included

Wisconsin State Patrol is stepping up enforcement to keep roads in central Wisconsin safe by taking to the skies.  More>>

Bikes, cars must share one of Wausau's busiest roads Video included

Wausau's Grand Avenue project is halfway done. But, you might have already noticed some changes. That includes a few new symbols on the road.
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Marshfield twins turn 101 Video included

Identical twins Helen Domine and Hazel Seeman have been sharing laughs since 1913. More>>

Lac du Flambeau man sentenced in drug probe Video included

MADISON (WAOW) – A third person from northern Wisconsin was sentenced Tuesday for distributing oxycodone, U.S. Attorney John Vaudreuil said. More>>

West Nile virus found in Marathon County Video included

Two dead crows in Marathon County have tested positive for the mosquito-transmitted West Nile virus, health officials said Tuesday. More>>

Wittenberg hostage-taker ruled insane Video included

SHAWANO (WAOW) - Prosecutors have agreed that a gunman who held a fast food worker hostage in Wittenberg was insane at the time. More>>

Phillips police chief to retire; accusations dropped Video included

The Phillips police chief accused of wrongdoing by the mayor will retire after an agreement was reached with the city, Phillips Mayor Charles Peterson told Newsline 9 Tuesday. More>>

Wausau PD arrest driver in hit-and-run Video included

The suspect in a Wausau hit-and-run that sent a 17-year-old girl to the hospital has been arrested and is being held on a probation hold, Wausau Police Lt. Mike Juedes told Newsline 9. More>>

Area veterans and politicians discuss veteran health care Video included

Don Oldenburg of Weston is an Army veteran, who served 22 years active duty and in the reserves.

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SPECIAL REPORT: Calling it a career Video included

A Wausau school administrator is saying goodbye to her passion. More>>

UPDATE: Teen killed in Clark Co. crash was on his way to farming job Video included

NEILLSVILLE (WAOW) – The Clark County Sheriff's Department says a teenage driver was killed when another driver failed to stop for a stop sign and plowed into his pickup truck. More>>

Looking back, looking forward at Hodag Country Fest Video included

The music ended Sunday but the Hodag Country Fest's cleanup got underway Monday. More>>

Wausau PD looking for driver in hit-and-run Video included

The Wausau Police Department is looking for a male driver who hit a woman who was walking on Wausau's east side Monday morning and then left the scene. More>>

Swimmers dislike cold; Bricklayers say it's OK Video included

MARSHFIELD (WAOW)-- Hefko Pool in Marshfield usually has people waiting at the gates at late each morning ready to jump into the pool.

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Wausau Ginseng business expands overseas

The ginseng plant has a big impact on the United States and Marathon County. More>>

Lincoln County company cleans up after fire Video included

A Lincoln County company is cleaning up, again. A fire destroyed part of Northern Wire, LLC in Merrill. Firefighters say electric problems sparked the flames that caused $2 million in damage. It happened early Sunday morning.
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Judge refuses to delay Wausau park attack trial Video included

WAUSAU (WAOW) - A judge Monday refused to delay the trial of a Wausau man accused of attacking a woman at a park nearly a year ago even though the man wants to fire his attorney, according to online court records. More>>

Wausau soldier surprises family at Wisconsin Woodchucks game Video included

A central Wisconsin family thought they were just going to a baseball game Friday night. Instead, they had the surprise of a lifetime.  More>>

Golf outing to benefit Humane Society of Portage County

There are still plenty of spots available for the HSPC Open. More>>

Lt. Governor to stop in Rhinelander

Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch is expected in the Northwoods Monday morning. More>>

Merrill fire leaves $2 million in damages Video included

Damage to a Lincoln County business is estimated to be $2 million after an overnight fire. More>>

Fatal Forest County crash leaves two others seriously injured Video included

One person is dead and two others are seriously injured after a crash in Forest County, according to Forest County Sheriff's Department officials. Officials say the crash happened around 1 p.m. on Sunday in the Township of Crandon.They say one person was pronounced dead at the scene of the single-vehicle crash. Sheriff's officials say two other passengers were transported with serious injuries.The Forest County Sheriff's Department and Wisconsin State Patrol are continuing to investigate the ... More>>

Vietnam nurse shares war experiences Video included

A Marathon County woman is opening up about her Vietnam War service. More>>

Thousands attend Polish Fest in Mosinee

A Marathon County community is celebrating its heritage.

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Motorcycle crashes into deer, driver injured

A motorcycle driver was transported with injuries after hitting a deer in Wood County, according to Wood County Sheriff's Department officials. More>>

UPDATE: Pedestrian stuck and killed identified

The name of the pedestrian struck and killed by a vehicle in Waupaca Count has been released. More>>

Prizes awarded for drawings at Chalkfest Video included

Hundreds of talented artists have spent the last two days filling the sidewalks of the 400 Block with pastel drawings. More>>

Hodag Country Fest stimulates Rhinelander economy Video included

Hodag Country Festival is winding down. With the concerts wrapping up Sunday night, Rhinelander will be saying goodbye to thousands of music lovers, many who helped boost the local businesses. More>>

Rhinelander students host Hodag campers for fundraiser Video included

Rhinelander High School students are opening their school's doors to Hodag Country Fest campers.

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Big Wausau weekend brings in business for stores Video included

The crowds coming into Wausau this weekend may be here for the various events like Chalkfest and Balloon and Rib Fest, but it means big business for downtown stores. More>>

Event-studded weekend in Wausau

The big weekend in central Wisconsin is finally here. More>>

Thousands camp out at Hodag Country Fest Video included

Thousands of campers have claimed a spot at the Hodag Country Music Festival. More>>

The snowmelt contest has come to a close

Distribution of Snowmelt Contest predictions Distribution of Snowmelt Contest predictions

The last vestiges of the longest, coldest, and snowiest winter in over 100 years are finally melting away. It took until early June for all of the ice to melt off of Lake Superior and it will take until late June or early July for all of the snow to melt off of Rib Mountain. A couple of substantial piles of snow remain hidden within the slopes of the Granite Peak Ski area. For all of those who entered the Rib Mountain snowmelt contest, it is only a matters of days now. Will it last into July?... More>>

Super Bowl champion coaches Columbus football players

Columbus Catholic High School in Marshfield welcomed back an alumni football star, who taught young athletes about the game. More>>

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  • Carjacked SUV hits crowd, killing 3 young siblings

    Carjacked SUV hits crowd, killing 3 young siblings

    Friday, July 25 2014 8:44 PM EDT2014-07-26 00:44:45 GMT
    Two men forced a woman into the backseat of her vehicle at gunpoint, drove off but later lost control and plowed into a group of people on a corner near a fruit stand in Philadelphia on Friday, police said. Two...More >>
    Two men carjacked a woman at gunpoint but soon sped out of control, killing three children Friday as they plowed into a group selling fruit to raise money for their church, Philadelphia police said.More >>
  • Embattled grocery chain asks workers to return

    Embattled grocery chain asks workers to return

    Friday, July 25 2014 8:38 PM EDT2014-07-26 00:38:15 GMT
    It's been called a David vs. Goliath story, a "Tale of Two Arthurs" and even the "ultimate Greek tragedy," but the characters in this drama are not Biblical or literary figures.More >>
    The beleaguered New England grocery store chain Market Basket is appealing to workers to return after a week of protests and halted store deliveries demanding the return of its fired chief executive.More >>
  • Veterans' response to senator's PTSD remarks mixed

    Veterans' response to senator's PTSD remarks mixed

    Friday, July 25 2014 8:38 PM EDT2014-07-26 00:38:00 GMT
    The talk among Montana veterans has been about U.S. Sen. John Walsh since the Democrat linked a cribbed research paper he wrote in 2007 to post-traumatic stress disorder.More >>
    The talk in American Legion and Veterans of Foreign War halls and barrooms across Montana has been about Sen. John Walsh since the Democrat linked a cribbed research project he wrote in 2007 to post-traumatic stress disorder.More >>
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  • Gaza sides agree to lull but truce efforts stall

    Gaza sides agree to lull but truce efforts stall

    Friday, July 25 2014 8:45 PM EDT2014-07-26 00:45:46 GMT
    An Israeli defense official says the Security Cabinet is meeting to discuss international cease-fire efforts, but also the option of expanding its eight-day-old ground operation in Gaza.More >>
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    Aruba to hold Venezuela official seeks immunity

    Friday, July 25 2014 8:44 PM EDT2014-07-26 00:44:33 GMT
    A judge in Aruba is expected to rule today whether the highest-ranking Venezuelan official ever arrested on a U.S. warrant will remain in jail pending an extradition request.More >>
    A judge in Aruba ruled Friday that the highest-ranking Venezuelan official ever arrested on a U.S. warrant will remain behind bars pending an extradition request on drug charges.More >>
  • Migrants: Obama urges Latin leaders, GOP to help

    Migrants: Obama urges Latin leaders, GOP to help

    Friday, July 25 2014 7:38 PM EDT2014-07-25 23:38:15 GMT
    President Barack Obama is summoning Central American leaders to the White House to discuss the influx of young immigrants from their countries to the U.S., hoping to show presidential action even as Congress...More >>
    Pressing for swift action, President Barack Obama on Friday urged Central American presidents and congressional Republicans to help ease the influx of minors and migrant families crossing the southwest border of the U.S.More >>
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