- The mining issue might deicide the winner of the 25th State Senate district. The huge district covers a large portion of northern Wisconsin. Two types of mines have caused controversy in the district: a proposed taconite mine in the north and sand mines in the west. Newswatch 12s Adam Fox sat down with both candidates; he'll have the story tonight.
We'll have the details on this story and more tonight on Newswatch 12 - news from where you live.
RHINELANDER - A lot of people in the Northwoods will put out decorations for Halloween. But one Rhinelander woman and her daughter have gone above and beyond. They've grown their display for the past 10 years to extend between their houses and covering more than 100 yards.
"We had four boys and we wanted a girl and she was born on Halloween, so my husband said, 'Look, we finally got our witch!'" said Linda Klaver.
PHILLIPS - A 47-year-old Price County man was sentenced to 25 years in prison for murdering his wife. The murder happened just two weeks after William Rambo was charged with domestic abuse.
He could get released on extended supervision after serving his prison sentence. A judge will decide that after he serves that time.
It started August 22, 2013 in Park Falls. William Rambo and his wife Dawn had been arguing at their home at 284 2nd Street North. According to the criminal complaint, Dawn made William leave the house to settle down. He said they got into an altercation when he got back.
Walker leads Burke in latest poll; both hit the campaign trail
MADISON - Democrat Mary Burke is back on the campaign trail on the heels of a poll showing her trailing Republican Gov. Scott Walker by 7 points.
Burke was scheduled to campaign Thursday in Port Washington. Walker is starting his day in the Wausau area, then going east to Green Bay, Manitowoc and Sheboygan. Sen. Ron Johnson was campaigning with Walker.
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