The head of a watchdog group that is trying to rid the world of chemical weapons has received the Nobel Peace Prize at a ceremony in the Norwegian capital.More >>
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Late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning's thunderstorms have left more than 10,000 Wisconsin Public Service customers across the state without electricity.
As of 1:50 a.m. Wednesday, Wisconsin Public Service was reporting Stevens Point had 359 customers without power, in addition to 187 customers in Bancroft, 1,549 customers in Waupaca, 54 customers in Almond, and 66 customers in Wausau being left in the dark.
Additional outages were reported in Hatley, Marinette, Mosinee, and De Pere.
For a look at WPS' interactive electric outage map, click here.
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