- If you've ever voted before, you've likely seen the Eagle voter machine take your ballot. But those machines need to be tested before every election to make sure they're working properly. We'll show you how that's done tonight at 5, 6 and 10.
- Plus, an Antigo High School graduate is now a student manager for the Wisconsin Badger Basketball team. We'll tell you his story.
We'll have the details on these stories and more tonight on Newswatch 12 - news from where you live.
LANSING - A state agency has revised Michigan's quarantine for the emerald ash borer to include four more counties in the Upper Peninsula.
The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development said Wednesday that the quarantine for the bug now includes Baraga, Dickinson, Marquette and Menominee counties. The agency said the bug was detected in traps in Dickinson and Marquette counties.
EAGLE RIVER - Jewelry, flowers, dinner and chocolate all rank high for traditional Valentine's Day gifts. If your sweetheart has a sweet tooth, there are many choices.
"Chocolate is probably number one. Then turtles and also fudge. But, chocolates wins out," says The Country Store of Eagle River Owner Debbie Preuhs. "Our busiest days are those two days before Valentine's Day and then Valentine's Day."
MILWAUKEE - Democratic Party leaders say Milwaukee was chosen to host the presidential debate because of the state's battleground status in the Midwest.
Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz says she expects Democrats to do well this fall in Wisconsin considering the position of the Republican field, which she says is far to the right.
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