LANGLADE COUNTY - Deputies in Langlade County need your help finding more information about two thefts that happened earlier this month.
The Langlade County Sheriff's Office says a red ice-shanty was stolen from the Elcho area some time between January 10th and January 15th. It's a V-Nose trailer that is 6-and-half feet wide and 14 feet long.
A snowmobile was also stolen this month, according to the Langlade County Sheriff's Office. The 2012 Polaris Rush Pro-R 800 went missing between January 17th and January 18th in southern Langlade County. The snowmobile is red and black. It was also on a caravan trailer with a black salt shield, which was also stolen.
Anyone who knows anything about the thefts can call Crime Stoppers at 715-627-6245. Callers can always stay anonymous.
KENOSHA - Police say 11 people were hurt but none seriously when a bus crashed on Interstate 94 in southeastern Wisconsin.
The Kenosha County sheriff's office says the coach-style commercial bus was returning from Milwaukee to the Chicago area when the driver suffered an apparent medical condition and collapsed about 11:30 p.m. Saturday.
MINOCQUA - A large crowd had the chance to try a wide variety of tasty chilli Saturday.
The Minocqua Brewing Company hosted their fourth annual Chilly Chili Challenge. People had the chance to try 10 different chili's.
Minocqua Brewing Company Manager Doug Etten says the warm weather might have played a roll in how many people came out Saturday.
"It's so nice out this weekend that we've got a lot of people in the area, but they'll be out doing some stuff," said Etten. "We understand that and they should be because that's why they come to the Northwoods."
THREE LAKES - Many people get their tax forms at Northwoods libraries. But they might not get everything they need to file their taxes at the library this year.
The IRS won't be able to send local libraries every free tax form and instruction booklets because of budget cuts.
At the Demmer Memorial Library in Three Lakes, the free tax forms are usually a popular service. The library's director think many people will be let down. But the library will still offer some of the tax forms people will need.
MADISON - Lawmakers are set to reignite conversations this week about whether vaping, using electronic cigarettes and other vapor smoking devices, should be included in Wisconsin's smoking ban.
The ban took effect in 2010. It outlaws smoking in all public indoor locations, including restaurants and bars. But the ban does not currently apply to vaping, giving venue owners the right to decide whether or not to permit e-cigarettes.
ATLANTA - Police who searched two airplanes in Atlanta found no bombs following online threats made against the aircraft.
FBI spokesman Stephen Emmett said law enforcement officials finished their search Saturday night at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
The threats targeted Southwest Airlines Flight 2492, which arrived from Milwaukee, and Delta Air Lines Flight 1156, which arrived from Portland, Oregon.
Both flights arrived safely. NORAD spokesman Preston Schlachter said the threats were made through Twitter, an online social media network. The military dispatched two F-16 fighter jets to shadow the planes until they reached the airport.
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