- Elections have consequences, and that appears to be especially true in Vilas County. The one County Board Supervisor who voted to back the state's looser shore land zoning rules was voted out of office. The full story tonight.
- Plus, students across the Northwoods and beyond traded school colors for maroon and white Wednesday. The "Antigo Strong" campaign went live this morning as districts showed solidarity for Antigo students following last weekend's prom shooting. Tonight, we'll hear from students in Eagle River who were happy to help their friends and rivals in a time of need.
We'll have the details on this story and more tonight on Newswatch 12 - news from where you live.
MERRILL - Affordable housing continues to be a need for many people. And with an aging infrastructure the Merrill Housing Authority announced a $13.3 million dollar project for a new housing complex and upgrades to its existing buildings.
THREE LAKES - Texting makes communication easier and more efficient than ever.
But students at Three Lakes Junior and Senior High School learned Wednesday that, when you're driving, texting can wait. Students gathered in the gym to learn the dangers of distracted driving as part of AT&T's It Can Wait campaign.
ANTIGO - The photo of American soldiers raising the flag over Iwo Jima brings Americans a lot of pride, especially the people of Antigo. But more than 70 years after that photo was taken, history buffs are questioning whether Antigo's own John Bradley is, in fact, in that photo as previously believed. The Marines have now opened an investigation in an attempt to answer that question.
TOWN OF MAPLE GROVE, WI - Federal aviation officials say a pilot has died in the crash of a helicopter in Manitowoc County.
The Federal Aviation Administration says the MD-369E chopper crashed near Reedsville Wednesday morning. The Manitowoc County Sheriff's Department says the pilot was the only one on board and was helping install transmission lines.
MINNEAPOLIS - A Minneapolis attorney says he believes Minnesota law would protect a California man from any potential charges related to Prince's death.
William Mauzy represents Dr. Howard Kornfeld and his son, Andrew. Mauzy says Andrew Kornfeld traveled to Minnesota to see Prince after his father was asked to help the singer deal with a painkiller addiction.
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