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‘Stroll for Epilepsy’ returns to Wausau for the 27th year

Saturday marks the 27th annual 'Stroll for Epilepsy' organized by the Epilepsy Foundation of Wisconsin, looking to bring awareness and reduce the stigma around the neurological condition.

Changing Times: How technology impacts your snowy drive

Whether you prefer the classic, or can’t get enough of the new, it’s no surprise that your car’s technology is more advanced than ever before. But what technology did your grandparents’ vehicles have to deal with the winter?

Gun-maker to ask Supreme Court to hear Sandy Hook appeal

Facing a newly revived wrongful death lawsuit in Connecticut over the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, gun-maker Remington is going to the U.S. Supreme Court to argue it can’t be sued because of a much-debated federal law that shields firearms manufacturers from liability in most cases.

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Quiet tonight and Sunday, rain likely with T-storms possible Monday

Quiet tonight and Sunday, rain likely with T-storms possible Monday

Evening: Clearing, with light SE wind. Tonight: Mainly clear, cool.  Some patchy fog possible. Low: 49 Wind: SE ~5 Sunday:

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Officer Involved Shooting in Lincoln County

Lincoln County Sheriff Ken Schneider and deputies are currently investigating a "critical incident" in Lincoln County.

2nd annual Jason Simcakoski golf outing

Jason Simcakoski, a Stevens Point native and US Marine veteran died on August 30th 2014. 

Wisconsin vaping investigations see an uptick, health officials warn public

After one person died in Illinois after being hospitalized with a severe respiratory illness after recently vaping, Wisconsin officials are reminding people

Weiler Convenience Store raising money for local animal shelters

All three Weiler Convenience Store locations in Marshfield are raising money for local animal shelters. 

The Future of Fox Theater

A raze order from Stevens Point means Fox Theater on Main will need to be up to code by October