We'll take you live to Schofield and bring you the latest information on the shooting in that area Wednesday that took the life of a police officer and 3 other people and put several places in the Wausau area on lockdown.
We'll show you how the Merrill Fire Department is honoring the officer who was killed in the shooting incident, and we'll talk to the Oneida County Sheriff about how the county's Special Response Team feels about being able to assist the officers on the scene.
And today was day 9 of the trial for Kristopher Torgerson, the Wausau man who is accused of killing Stephanie Low and burying her body in Forest County. We'll bring you the details of the hearing.
We'll bring you the details on these stories and more tonight on Newswatch 12 - news from where you live.
SCHOFIELD - Authorities say two bank employees, an attorney, and a police officer are the victims of Wednesday's series of shootings in the Wausau area.
On Thursday, we learned 40-year-old Jason Weiland, a detective and 15-year veteran of the Everest Metro Police Department, was the officer killed.
Soon after, the Wisconsin Department of Justice said Dianne M. Look, 67, and Karen L. Barclay, 62, died after being shot at Marathon Savings Bank in Rothschild. Sara H. Quirt Sann, 43, an attorney at Tlusty, Kennedy and Dirks, also died.
LAND O' LAKES - Picasso, Van Gough, and even Andy Warhol all had to start somewhere.
This month Land O' Lakes Arts displays local students' artwork in a gallery in honor of Youth Art Month. The gallery holds 112 different art pieces from students ranging from kindergarten to eighth grade.
MADISON - The head of the Wisconsin Hospital Association is urging Gov. Scott Walker to parlay his influence with the White House and Republican leaders in Congress to make significant changes to the stalled health care overhaul bill.
Hospital Association President Eric Borgerding outlined more than a dozen points of concern in a letter marked as hand-delivered to Walker on Monday.
MADISON - Gov. Scott Walker says international candymaker Haribo will build its first North American plant employing 400 people in southeast Wisconsin.
Walker announced the $242 million planned facility on Thursday surrounded by state and local economic development officials. The company is expected to be operational in Pleasant Prairie, near Kenosha, by 2020.
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