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UPDATE: Woman found father dead in Wausau garage Video included

A woman told police she found her father dead in the garage of his home on the 1000 block of Kickbusch Street around 10:30 a.m. Tuesday and authorities are ruling it a homicide.

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Governor Walker touts health insurance plan at Aspirus Hospital Video included

Governor Scott Walker met with Aspirus Hospital leaders Tuesday to tour the new CICU unit, and discuss his proposed plan to reduce health insurance premiums. 

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Police: Suspect called in school threat to divert attention from crime Video included

A 21-year-old woman called in a threat of a gunman at a school to divert police away as she attempted to shoplift, according to the Wisconsin Rapids Police Department.

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Mosinee teen in school gun incident in more trouble

WAUSAU (WAOW) - A 17-year-old Mosinee High School student accused of having a rifle and a pistol plus several knives in his pickup truck parked at school when he went to classes now faces charges of stealing a teacher's cell phone and damaging it. 

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MAKING THE GRADE: Students ask school board for name change Video included

They say there's no harm in asking. A group of students took that to heart as they worked to get the name of their school changed.

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Wisconsin Rapids father charged in toddler son's death

WISCONSIN RAPIDS (WAOW) - A judge has set a preliminary hearing for March 8 for a Wisconsin Rapids father accused of killing his toddler son a year ago, according to online Wood County court records. 

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Longtime central Wisconsin musician passes away

A beloved Central Wisconsin music legend passed away, according to his obituary. 

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2018 Spring Primary: Find your polling place, see your sample ballot

The polls will open in Wisconsin at 7 a.m. Tuesday and close at 8 p.m. for the 2018 Spring Primary.

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New proposed bill could allow minors to seek therapy without parental consent Video included

State representatives  are coming together to propose a law that will allow minors to get emotional help without their parents initial consent. 

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Wintry mix creates messy road conditions across Wisconsin Video included

With snow, sleet, freezing rain and even flood warnings hitting Wisconsin, Monday was a messy day on the road for drivers.

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Controversy continues over Portage Co. volunteer fire station's future Video included

Residents of Park Ridge will vote on an advisory referendum concerning the volunteer fire department on Tuesday.

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Wausau teen accused of raping 13-year-old girl during drinking party

A Wausau teenager placed a knife at a screaming and crying 13-year-old girl's throat, ripped off her clothes and raped her before a knock on a bedroom door stopped the assault and she was able to run away, according to a criminal complaint filed Monday. 

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Jury finds Stevens Point man guilty of 3 felonies in June 4 shooting Video included

STEVENS POINT (WAOW) - A 21-year-old Stevens Point man is to be sentenced April 10 after a jury found him guilty of three felonies in a gang-related incident that left a son shot and his father beaten, according to online Portage County court records. 

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Suspect wanted in Iron Co. murder arrested Video included

A man wanted in connection to a murder in Iron County has been arrested.

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Central Wisconsin fishing and boating event wraps up Video included

Dedicated fishers gathered at the Central Wisconsin Expo Center today for the annual ' Total Fishing and Boating Event'. 

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Girl Scout Cookies have arrived! Scouts, volunteers get busy sorting Video included

There was good news Sunday for people who purchased Girl Scout Cookies -- they've arrived!

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Cougar sighting confirmed in Brookfield

A large cat laying under a pine tree in Brookfield on Saturday night was confirmed by authorities to be a cougar.

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Appleton police looking for suspect involved in series of shots fired incidents Video included

The Appleton Police Department is looking for a man suspected of being involved in three different incidents involving and/or the use of a gun in Appleton early Sunday morning.

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Community rallies behind sick local girl in Eau Claire Video included

Just after Christmas, four-year-old Olivia Garcia became ill with what appeared to be flu symptoms, as her siblings were just getting over the sickness.

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Police search for suspect of alleged armed robbery in Stevens Point Video included

A suspect is on the loose after an alleged armed robbery at a gas station in Stevens Point Sunday morning. Police said it happened at the R Store on Highway 10 East shortly before 6 a.m. They said a person showed a weapon and left with an undisclosed amount of money. No one was injured. This is a developing story. More>>

Several infants injured at a Madison hospital

Police now say several newborns were injured in an intensive care unit at a Wisconsin hospital.

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Man who threatens to 'shoot up the school' in Appleton arrested

APPLETON, Wis. (WBAY) -- One person was arrested on Saturday for making terrorist threats against a school. Police say 23-year-old David Etheridge was taken into custody at his home without incident by members of the SWAT team on Saturday.

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Students compete in ice fishing championship Video included

Al Hophner is senior in high school, but he has been ice fishing for over 14 years. He has always been passionate by the outdoors. 

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'Something needs to change,' says Milwaukee native who turned in rifle to authorities

MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee native said enough is enough and turned his semi-automatic rifle into the Broward County Sheriff's Office.

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Police: DeForest woman expected to be okay after domestic shooting, chase Friday night Video included

DEFOREST (WKOW) -- Authorities have released more details on a shooting that happened Friday night in the 700 block of Park Avenue in DeForest.

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Rare Picasso stolen from Milwaukee art appraiser Video included

A Picasso aquatint was stolen Friday from DeLind Fine Art Appraisals in downtown Milwaukee.

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Lincoln Co. Honor Guard pays respects to fallen Chicago police commander Video included

The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office Honor Guard headed to Chicago Saturday to mourn the death of a Chicago police commander killed in the line of duty.

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Man hit by train in Stevens Point Video included

One person is injured after being hit by a train early Saturday morning in Stevens Point.

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Arrest made in Northwoods school threat Video included

An arrest has been made in a Northwoods school threat, according to the Minocqua Police Department. Officials say three threats were made, one on social media. The student who made the threat on social media is in custody.

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Police: Woman wanted husband dead for insurance money Video included

A 27-year-old Rhinelander woman was arrested Thursday after police leaned she wanted to kill her husband for financial gain, according to Rhinelander police.

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DRONE VIDEO: Snowmy Kromer complete in Minocqua Video included

Minocqua's annual snowman was finished Thursday and the News 9 Drone was able to capture the 30-foot tall "Snowmy Kromer."

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Forest Co. deputy cleared in death of wanted man Video included

The deputy, who shot and killed a man in Forest County after he pointed a shotgun at the deputy Jan. 4, has been cleared of any wrong-doing, according to the Wisconsin Department of Justice.

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Central Wis. teen wants change in wake of Fla. shooting Video included

A Wausau area student is organizing a display of solidarity for the Florida shooting victims.

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Wausau Fire Department ready with bullet proof gear Video included

The Wausau Fire Department is taking extra measures to rescue victims in case of an active situation. 

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Portage Co. jury deliberating man's fate in June shooting incident

STEVENS POINT (WAOW) - A jury began deliberating Friday whether a 21-year-old Stevens Point man was the gunman in a gang-related incident that left a son shot and his father beaten, a court official said. 

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Police: Nekoosa student made threat

A student was removed from Nekoosa High School after making a threat, according to Police Chief Shawn Woods.

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WAOW News app now offering closings alerts Video included

You can now find out about school closings before you even hop out of bed in the morning!

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"I told my son to run": Former Green Bay teacher's active-shooter training kicks in

A former Green Bay teacher credits the active-shooter training she received in Wisconsin with helping her get her son in south Florida out of harm’s way during the high school shooting Wednesday afternoon.

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Wausau cultural fair draws hundreds

Wausau elementary students learned about different cultures around the world Thursday evening.

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Wausau city leaders tackling homelessness Video included

Wausau city leaders held a meeting Thursday evening in efforts of tackling the homelessness problem.

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Rhinelander woman arrested after conspiring to have husband killed Video included

A Rhinelander woman was arrested Thursday evening after police say she conspired to have her husband killed.

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Snacks donated to Stevens Point School Video included

Jefferson Elementary School in Stevens Point received a donation of more than 6,000 snacks.

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Officials identify student who allegedly made threat at P.J. Jacobs Video included

Officials at P.J. Jacobs Junior High School in Stevens Point have found the student who they said made a threat on campus Wednesday.

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Wisconsin Rapids father arrested in baby's 2017 death Video included

James W. Georgeson, 33, who was the father of a 15-month-old baby who died in 2017, has been arrested for the child's death, according to the Wisconsin Rapids Police Department.

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Small breweries, distilleries, wineries fear state 'alcohol czar' Video included

Local brewers speak out about a bill that would create a state 'alcohol czar.'

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2 from Colorado arrested after high-speed chase in Wausau Video included

A high-speed chase flew through downtown Wausau Wednesday afternoon. 

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Wild suspect escape, chase in Adams Co. captured on dash cam Video included

The Adams County Sheriff's Department released dash cam video showing a wild high-speed chase for a man who stole a squad car. 

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Thorp man gets 10 months in jail for driving drunk, hitting bikers Video included

NEILLSVILLE (WAOW) - A 28-year-old Thorp man was sentenced to 10 months in jail and three years probation Thursday for driving drunk in a hit-and-run crash that injured two bicyclists more than a year ago, a Clark County court official said. 

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Vilas Co. Sheriff: Murder suspect tried to turn himself in Video included

One of the men charged in the death of a Lac du Flambeau man tried to turn himself into authorities, but was jokingly told he needed to go to a different sheriff's department, according Vilas County Sheriff Joe Fath. 

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Preliminary hearing set for husband accused of killing wife in 1982 Video included

MINOCQUA (WAOW) - A judge Thursday set a preliminary hearing for a Minocqua man charged with killing his wife more than three decades ago, perhaps using a "pry bar" to beat her in the head, according to online Oneida County court records.

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Marshfield man facing federal child porn charges

A 49-year-old Marshfield man accused of sexually assaulting a six-month-old boy is now facing federal child porn charges, according to a press release from the U.S. Attorney General's office. 

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February 2018 Jefferson Award: Linda Merriam Video included

WAUSAU (WAOW) - A Wausau area woman who dreamed of having a large family sees her wish come true and is recognized with a Jefferson Award for helping others.

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DNR: Washington County cougar likely same cat spotted in Rosendale Video included

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources says a large cat captured on a camera in Washington County is likely the same cougar that was spotted in Fond du Lac County.

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Increased police presence at Stevens Point middle school

Students at a Central Wisconsin middle school saw increased police presence as they headed into their classrooms Thursday, according to the district.

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Mosinee teen pleads not guilty in high school gun incident

WAUSAU (WAOW) - A 17-year-old Mosinee High School student pleaded not guilty Wednesday to having a rifle and a pistol plus several knives in his pickup truck parked at school when he went to classes, according to online Marathon County court records. 

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No, a satellite didn't just crash land in Weyauwega

An out-of-control Chinese space station will crash back into the Earth's atmosphere this spring, but a piece of it didn't just land in Weyauwega.

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Applications due for Women's Fund of Portage County grant on Thursday Video included

It's the last day for local agencies to submit their grant application to the Women's Funds of Portage County. 

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Friends remember Mosinee teen after diabetes death Video included

Friends remember a Mosinee teen six months after he died from his diabetes.

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UPDATE: Two people injured in Wis. 29 car crash Video included

A crash has closed the left lane of Wis. 29 eastbound near Hatley, according to an alert from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.

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Sister of Wayne Valliere Jr. speaks out after five charged in his death Video included

The family of a murdered Lac Du Flambeau man is speaking out after five men are charged with his death.

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Minocqua snowman construction underway Video included

Volunteers in Minocqua have spent the week constructing their annual winter staple, "Snowmy Kromer." 

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Talking to your kids about school shootings

In the wake of another school shooting, parents may be unsure how to talk to kids about these tragedies.

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UPDATE: Wausau father charged in son's death Video included

A 49-year-old father failed to properly manage and treat his son's diabetes, leading to his death, according to a criminal complaint filed in Marathon County Wednesday.

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Better Business Bureau warns about snow-plowing scam Video included

The Better Business Bureau is warning that a snow plowing business has bilked consumers in three states out of money for services that aren't being performed. 

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Local flower shops put in work for Valentine's Day Video included

Some spend Valentine's Day expressing their love, while others put in extra hours at work.

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Lowe's and Home Depot plan to hire seasonal workers Video included

Lowe's and Home Depot plan on hiring thousands of workers to fill seasonal jobs as the spring and summer rush approaches.

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Girls' Night Out tackles broken heart syndrome Video included

Over 200 women attended the event at Hotel Mead in Wisconsin Rapids Tuesday evening.

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Portage Co. town worried over third possible violent sex offender Video included

Concerns continue for a rural Portage County community faced with possibly another violent sex offender.

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Bookshop sales decrease as popularity in libraries increases Video included

Barnes and Nobles saw a drop of more than six percent in sales in 2017.

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Man suspected in TV station damage arrested in Wausau Video included

A man accused of stealing a large crucifix from a church near Green Bay and using it to damage a sign outside a TV station is now facing disorderly conduct charges in Marathon County.

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Firefighters: Freezing, cold make rural house fire harder to fight Video included

Firefighters are working to put out a house fire in the Town of Holton in Marathon County, according to the Central Fire Department.

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Wisconsin teen competes in national dog show Video included

A Waushara County girl competed in the Super Bowl of dog shows.

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Rhinelander candidate for mayor loses ballot access appeal Video included

RHINELANDER (WAOW) - The city clerk acted properly in keeping a candidate for mayor off the spring ballot because he failed to have enough valid signatures on nominating petitions, according to a ruling handed down by the Wisconsin Elections Commission. 

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Wausau police probing possible accidental prescription drug death

Police are investigating the death of a 44-year-old man as a possible accidental prescription drug overdose, Detective Jennifer Holz said Tuesday. 

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Edgar Library expected to reopen soon

The Edgar branch of the Marathon County Library is expected to open up again in a few days after an incident with the furnace, according to Library Director Ralph Illick. 

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DA: Man snapped neck of girlfriend's dog

A 23-year-old man snapped his girlfriend's dog's neck after an argument, according to a criminal complaint filed in Marathon County.

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Black History Month celebrated in Wausau Video included

Monday evening the Marathon County Public Library in Wausau honored Black History Month with a movie night.

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Arrest warrant out for suspect in Vilas Co. man's death Video included

A statewide search is underway for one of the men charged with conspiring to kill a Vilas County man.

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New bill regulating Amish horseshoe spikes could save tax dollars Video included

Highway officials say spiked horseshoes used by the Amish community are damaging Wisconsin roads.The spikes make it easier for horses pulling the buggies to gain traction.

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Police: Wausau woman thought ex-boyfriend stole groceries Video included

Wausau police said a woman believed her ex-boyfriend stole her groceries, so she showed up at his home and ended up crashing her car into his home as well as the house across the street.

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Snowmobile club urging riders not to stray from trails Video included

As we head deeper into snowmobile season, drivers are straying from the trails.

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Merrill man, 65, accused of sexually assaulting six-year-old girl Video included

MERRILL (WAOW) - While playing a game called "monsters," a 65-year-old Merrill man pulled off the pants of a six-year-old girl and touched her genitals, according to a criminal complaint filed Monday. 

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Rep. Sean Duffy's office confirms re-election bid

Rep. Sean Duffy's office confirms he will run for re-election in the fall, spokesman Mark Bednar confirmed to Newsline 9 Monday.

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Second Wisconsin Rapids teenager pleads not guilty in home invasion Video included

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A second teenager pleaded not guilty Monday in a home invasion and robbery that left a 51-year-old Wisconsin Rapids man hospitalized with a gunshot wound, according to online Wood County court records. 

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Medford woman to repay $6,500 in Aspirus embezzlement case Video included

A former Aspirus manager responsible for billing and contracting work reached a plea deal involving accusations that she concealed payments due the hospital into a Medford Emergency Medical Services Association account and stole the money, according to online Taylor County court records. 

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Trial ordered for woman accused in Spencer heroin death Video included

A judge Monday ordered a trial for a 27-year-old Marshfield woman accused of supplying fentanyl-laced heroin that killed a 22-year-old Spencer man found dead in his bedroom, according to online Marathon County court records. 

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13-year-old spears sturgeon opening day thanks to late grandfather

A 13-year-old boy from Winneconne got the catch of his life on opening day of sturgeon spearing, thanks to his late grandfather.

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UPDATE: Names released in Oneida County deadly car crash Video included

One man is dead and a woman was taken to a nearby hospital after a car accident in Oneida County, Saturday evening, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. 

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UPDATE: Name released in deadly Vilas County snowmobile crash Video included

A snowmobile crash in Vilas County left one person dead Saturday morning.

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Baby dies after getting rescued from Milwaukee house fire Video included

A 1-year-old baby rescued from a burning home in Milwaukee's Metcalfe Park neighborhood died Sunday.

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Central Wisconsin Deer and Hunting Expo wraps up Video included

Seasoned and aspiring hunters  gathered Sunday for the annual Central Wisconsin Deer and Hunting Expo.

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Victim dies after Saturday house fire in Madison Video included

Madison fire officials have confirmed to Channel 27 News that one of the people involved in the house fire on Sheffield Road Saturday night has died.  

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Thousands attend Marathon County antique show Video included

More than a thousand people came out to the 33rd annual Wausau Antique Show and Sale over the weekend.  

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UPDATE: Person pulled from burning home in Madison Video included

Madison Fire Department officials say crews have been called to the 4000 block of Sheffield Road for a report of a house fully involved in flames. 

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Inclusive play date hosted for children with special needs Video included

first time in Stevens Point, a play date for children with special need, was set up by the Down Syndrome Association of Central Wisconsin on Saturday. 

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Crews battle apartment fire in Langlade County Video included

A fire broke out inside an apartment room in Antigo Saturday afternoon.

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Veterans of Foreign Wars host annual Valentine's Day dance Video included

Local veterans boogied it out during their 44th Valentine's day dance in Merrill on Saturday Inside the Schult's Country Inn, live music, polka dancing, and raffles went on. 

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Snowmobile, van collide in Marathon County Video included

A snowmobile and a van collided in the Town of Hamburg Saturday afternoon. 

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One killed, one hurt in shooting at Town of Madison bar

Town of Madison Police confirmed to 27 News that a man was killed and another was hurt following a shooting early Saturday morning at a bar off the West Beltline Highway.

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Sheboygan police warn of utility fraud

Police want to warn you about a utility fraud alert. 

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UPDATE: Wausau won't face fines from sewage overflow Video included

The city of Wausau will not face fines after millions of gallons of sewage spilled into the Wisconsin River, according to a press release from the public works department. 

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Archery superstar stops in central Wisconsin Video included

Frank Addington, Jr.'s archery show is a main event at the Central WI Deer & Hunting Expo, which started Friday afternoon.

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Weston church holds prom for adults with special needs Video included

It was a night to remember, for area adults with special needs.

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Shawano police search for suspect in armed robbery Video included

Police are searching for the suspect of an alleged armed robbery in Shawano Friday evening.

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Local student featured in national documentary Video included

Tegan Griffith came back from the Marines in 2009 and even after her return she was still determined to give back.

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UWSP hockey team delivers jersey to patient Video included

The UW-Stevens Point men's hockey team made a special delivery at North Central Health Care Friday. 

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Wisconsin Rapids teen airlifted after morning crash

A Wisconsin Rapids teen was trapped under his car after a crash Friday morning, according to the Wood County Sheriff's Department.

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Conservative radio host Jerry Bader says 'no regrets' after termination

A conservative radio show host based in Green Bay has been let go after nearly two decades on air.

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Forest Co. residents concerned over placement of sex offender Video included

A group of concerned residents in Forest County are trying to prevent a convicted sex offender from moving into their neighborhood.

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New tap house opens in the Northwoods Video included

An Oneida County brewery is expanding it's business with a new set up to enjoy some brews. 

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Wisconsin curling siblings tied with China

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A Wisconsin sister and brother have made their mark, winning the first mixed doubles game in Olympic history, according to Team USA.

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UPDATE: Thomas St. project to move forward, despite new test results Video included

Wausau city leaders say construction of Thomas Street will move forward, despite increased levels of the chemical dioxin in soil, according to a press release.

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Sheriff: Television show helps crack Oneida Co. cold case murder Video included

A television crime show helped investigators make an arrest in a decades-old murder case, according to the Oneida County Sheriff's Office.

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Marathon Co. historical society hosts annual Victorian tea party Video included

Residents were able to go back into time Thursday afternoon.

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Wausau officer helps veteran get new chair Video included

A Wausau veteran is living more comfortably thanks to the help of an area police officer and the community.

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Wausau radio DJ weighs in on Best Buy nixing CD sales Video included

With Best Buy singing to a different tune when it comes to music sales, the music industry is seeing a major shift.

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Wausau curling club excited for Winter Olympics Video included

As Winter Olympics get underway, the Wausau Curling Club is excited to watch the sport they love.  

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Internationally recognized artist visits Wausau Video included

David Shevlino, whose work has been displayed in major cities across the country and overseas, is being showcased at the Wausau Museum for Contemporary Art. 

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Veteran announces plans to run for 7th District Video included

An attorney and military veteran plans to announce her candidacy for the 7th Congressional District race for the seat currently held by Congressman Sean Duffy. 

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Kronenwetter teen battles ovarian cancer Video included

A Kronenwetter teen is battle ovarian cancer, a rare diagnosis for a person so young.

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Former reporter weighs in on Minocqua cold case arrest Video included

Mary B. Good worked for the Green Bay Press Gazette when Barbara Mendez was murdered in Minocqua on April 28, 1982. 

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Three candidates vie for Marshfield mayoral seat

Three candidates are vying for the soon-to-be open Marshfield mayoral seat.

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DA: Wisconsin Rapids father spiked drink to abort unborn baby Video included

A 32-year-old Wisconsin Rapids man attempted to kill his unborn child by spiking the mother's water bottle with a drug designed to terminate a pregnancy, according to a criminal complaint filed Wednesday. 

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Weston students celebrate history day Video included

More than 400 8th grade students came together Wednesday to showcase their historical projects.

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Wausau city leaders want downtown mall to sell

Wausau city officials hope the owners of the Wausau Center Mall sell the building.  

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Five charged with conspiring to kill Lac du Flambeau man Video included

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Five men conspired to kill a Lac du Flambeau man whose bullet-riddled body was found on New Year's Day in rural Iron County, according to a criminal complaint filed Wednesday.

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Merrill man held on child sex assault charges

A 65-year-old Merrill man is being held in connection with an ongoing sexual assault of a child investigation, according to the Lincoln County Sheriff's office.

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Stanley man pleads not guilty in fatal drunken driving crash

NEILLSVILLE (WAOW) - A 32-year-old man accused of driving drunk in a fatal crash with a farm tractor that killed a 31-year-old Stanley woman pleaded not guilty Wednesday, according to online Clark County court records. 

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Swing dance scene draws crowds of all ages in central Wisconsin Video included

The Swing City Dance Band is composed of musicians from the central Wisconsin area.

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City leaders hear update on Wausau Center Mall

Nearly a week after the last department store announced it was leaving the Wausau Center Mall, city leaders were given an update on the mall.

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Wausau Center Mall Younkers to close, eliminating 63 jobs Video included

Younkers in the Wausau Center Mall will close "no sooner than April 1," eliminating 63 jobs, parent company Bon-Ton Stores Inc. said Wednesday in announcing the closing of 47 stores. 

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January 2018 Jefferson Award: Forrest Goetsch Charities Video included

SCHOFIELD (WAOW) - A  rare heart  condition caused 14-year old Forrest Goetsch to collapse and die during a cross-country practice on the track at  D.C. Everest Junior High School in 2009.

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Dec. 2017 Jefferson Award Winner: Tiffani Kruger Video included

STEVENS POINT (WAOW) - A Stevens Point woman finds clothing for children who come from needy families, feeds the hungry and provides shelter to the homeless.   

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