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What We're Working OnSubmitted: 10/30/2014
- When life throws you a curveball, having the community's support can mean everything. Tonight, find out about one Northwoods woman who is learning how much her community cares.

- Plus,the Chequamegon Screaming Eagles football team is getting ready to follow up with their playoff debut win last week over Colfax. They will face the number one seeded Stanley-Boyd Orioles Friday in the second round of the WIAA Division 5 playoffs.

We'll have the details on these stories and more tonight on Newswatch 12 - news from where you live.





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 LOCAL NEWS
Northwoods Highway Departments prep for first snowfall Submitted: 10/30/2014

BOULDER JUNCTION - Northern Wisconsin likely faces the first significant snowfall of the year Thursday night.

That means highway departments are prepping for the start of snow-removal season.

Last year's winter was tough on Wisconsin highway departments.

Vilas County is making sure they're ready to go this year.

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Community rallies to help one of its ownSubmitted: 10/30/2014

CRANDON - Kim Teschner looks like a healthy 28-year-old, but the mother of two from Crandon had the scare of her life this past July.

"It slowly started from my face and then just travelled down the whole right side of my body," Teschner explained.

Teschner became numb. She couldn't walk by the time she got to the emergency room.

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DNR reminds hunters to check boundaries Submitted: 10/30/2014

WISCONSIN - Wisconsin wildlife leaders want to remind deer hunters to learn the boundaries of new management units by reviewing county lines.

The DNR reduced the number of traditional management units this year from 134 to 72 units based on county boundaries in an effort to simplify the hunt.

The agency says hunters need to have a good idea where county lines are so they know where units begin and end.

The new units don't follow roads or rivers like they did in the past.

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Halloween can be more than just trick-or-treatingSubmitted: 10/30/2014

MINOCQUA - Retailers could set records this year for the highest Halloween sales. Most of that money is going towards candy and children's costumes.

But Halloween isn't just for kids anymore. Many adults are throwing Halloween parties to celebrate.

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 REGIONAL NEWS
Defense rests in Wisconsin Rapids homicide trialSubmitted: 10/30/2014

WISCONSIN RAPIDS - The attorneys for a 55-year-old Wisconsin Rapids man accused of killing his daughter's ex-boyfriend have rested their case after two days of witness testimony.

Joseph Reinwand is charged with first-degree intentional homicide in the 2008 shooting death of 35-year-old Dale Meister. Reinwand decided not the take the stand Wednesday in his own defense.

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Walker leads Burke in latest poll; both hit the campaign trailSubmitted: 10/30/2014

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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Shootout sends wounded suspect to hospitalSubmitted: 10/30/2014

LAKE NEBAGAMON, WI - A standoff and shootout in northwestern Wisconsin ended after the suspect was shot and wounded by sheriff's deputies.

Douglas County sheriff's officials say the female suspect got into an argument with her mother Wednesday at a residence in Lake Nebagamon and pulled a gun.

The mother fled to a nearby home and called 911. Authorities say when deputies arrived, the woman opened fire on the officers. None were hit.

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Man who confessed to murder recants and is releasedSubmitted: 10/30/2014

CHICAGO - A prisoner whose confession helped free a death row inmate in Illinois has been released from prison after he recanted, and a prosecutor says there's powerful evidence that the other man was, in fact, responsible for the killings.

The confession of Alstory Simon gained internationl attention in 1999. It helped secure Anthony Porter's release just days before he was to be executed.

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