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SPASH students learn first hand what happens when texting while driving

It only takes a moment to look down at your phone and the next thing you know, you've caused an accident or worse. That's why SPASH students are taking part in a program called Texting Your Life Away. More>>

Honor Flight set to soar, Monday

The flight dedicated to those who have served our country will soar across the U.S., Monday. More>>

Lucille Krueger

Lucille Krueger, age 92, Wittenberg, died on Sunday, October 3, 2010 in Hospice Care at Aspirus Hospital in Wausau. She was born on June 12, 1918 in Shawano, WI, the daughter of the late William and Minnie More>>

Reverend Fred L. Damgaard

Reverend Fred L. Damgaard, 89, of Wausau died Friday, October 1, 2010 at Aspirus Wausau Hospital. He was the minister called to establish Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Wausau. After retiring, Fred then More>>

Live Interview: Unity Memorial Hall fundraiser

Two years ago, folks living in a small Wisconsin town decided not to tear down their town hall, but instead begin renovations. More>>

Justices to consider curbing online records

The Wisconsin Supreme Court will consider a rule change giving judges greater power to erase online court records in cases in which suspects are acquitted or charges are dismissed. More>>

Family gets a chance to start over with new home

A local family is getting a chance at a new life thanks to hundreds of volunteers and one organization that's been making dreams come true for 20 years. More>>

Upcoming construction in Wausau

Starting Monday morning, 7th Street from Franklin to Jefferson streets will be closed for concrete pavement patching. More>>

Deputy hit by car repeatedly

Eau Claire Sheriff's deputies investigate a man who they believe intentionally damaged a squad car. More>>

UW-Madison campaign to target anti-gay bullying

The University of Wisconsin-Madison is starting a campaign to address the bullying of gay and lesbian students. More>>

Unemployment benefits running out

Wisconsin's unemployment has stayed consistent over the past few months, but the benefit extension the U.S. Congress approved in July is going to run out in two months. More>>

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