We'll tell you the decision the Oneida-Vilas Transit Commission made today regarding bus transportation within the two counties while the commission awaits federal funding that it needs to continue operating.
We'll show you some damage from the storms that ripped through the Northwoods today and bring you updates.
And tonight on Friday Night Blitz we'll bring you football scores from high school games all across North Central Wisconsin as well as highlights from the following games:
Medford vs. Antigo
Ironwood vs. Northland Pines
Northern Elite vs. Three Lakes/Phelps
Crandon vs. Laona/Wabeno
Rhinelander vs. Mosinee
That will be tonight on Friday Night Blitz at the end of Newswatch 12 at 10.
We'll bring you all this and more tonight on Newswatch 12 - news from where you live.
RHINELANDER - A well known sex offender in this area will get out of prison again. Albert Chagnon, 35, is set to be released into Oneida County on Tuesday.
Chagnon was convicted of child pornography possession in 2003.
He was released in 2014, but soon ended up under arrest again for using newspaper clippings of girls' pictures to make a booklet. That booklet had more than 270 photos in it, many from the Lakeland Times.
PHILLIPS - A good apple pie makes any Thanksgiving dinner better. So when people from the Aspirus Pleasant View Nursing Home decided they wanted to give back to the community, making apple pies seemed like a great way to do that. With the help of students from Phillips High School, they peeled, sliced, and sugared their way to a team effort.
GREEN BAY - The forecast for Sunday's Green Bay Packers game at Lambeau Field is hot, sticky and far from frozen.
Records show the last time temperatures for a regular season game at Lambeau soared into the 80s was October 6, 1963 when the mercury reached 84 degrees. WLUK -TV says the forecast for the afternoon game against the Cincinnati Bengals calls for sunshine and a high of 86.
MADISON - Republican legislators are circulating a bill aimed at ending the federal requirement to use reformulated gas in six southeastern Wisconsin counties.
The legislation asks President Donald Trump's administration to grant a reprieve from use of the specially formulated gas that reduces ozone pollution. The requirement was implemented in 1995 in Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee, Washington, Racine and Kenosha counties. Supporters say the gas is no longer needed because of advancements in emission control equipment.
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