- A Merrill woman provided heroin to another woman last fall. She then left her in a gas station bathroom to overdose on it. Find out for how long she'll go to prison.
- Plus,this fall might give you the chance to win some cash for your photography. Travel Northwest Wisconsin is looking for the best fall photos from the area. We'll get you details on how you can participate.
We'll have the details on these stories and more tonight on Newswatch 12 - news from where you live.
Students get opportunity to plan for life after high school
MINOCQUA - High School students need to start thinking about life after high school during their junior and senior year.
On Wednesday Lakeland Union High School and Nicolet College hosted the Wisconsin Education Fair to help them with that.
Nearly 80 colleges, universities and branches of the military offered information to high school juniors and seniors from all across northern Wisconsin. Schools from as far away as Nevada and Alabama came to the fair.
MADISON - Thousands of Wisconsin voters who requested absentee ballots will have to present copies of their photo identification to have those ballots counted.
A federal appeals court on Friday reinstated the photo ID requirement, after more than 11,800 voters requested absentee ballots.
They did not have to present copies of their photo IDs to get those ballots, and state elections chief Kevin Kennedy said Tuesday that hundreds of completed ballots have already been returned to election clerks.
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