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Updated-Name released in deadly UTV crashSubmitted: 09/22/2014

TOWN OF LITTLE RICE - We now know a Rhinelander man died in a UTV accident on Gobbler Lake Road in the town of Little Rice.

The Oneida County Sheriff's Department tells us 52-year-old Richard Johnson died from injuries he suffered in the crash. Johnson apparently missed a curve and left the road.

It happened after 10:40 p.m. on Saturday.

A woman riding with Johnson was taken to a Wausau area hospital. We don't know her condition.

The accident is still being investigated.
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A man died in a UTV accident on Gobbler Lake Road in the town of Little Rice.

Deputies in Oneida County think the driver of the UTV missed a curve in the road and left the roadway.

It happened after 10:40 p.m. on Saturday.

A 52-year-old man died from injuries he got in the crash and a woman was taken to the hospital. We don't know her condition yet.

The accident is still being investigated.


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 LOCAL NEWS
Phillips prepares for Saturday's Fall Harvest FestivalSubmitted: 09/22/2014

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PHILLIPS - Phillips hopes more than the fall colors will draw visitors to the community this weekend.

The city will host the 21st Annual Fall Harvest Festival.

A farmer's market, sidewalk sales, food booths, scarecrow contests, and pumpkin decorating are part of Saturday's celebration.

We asked the Chamber of Commerce what people like best.

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Press conference set to "discuss the recovery of Stephanie Low's body"Submitted: 09/22/2014

WAUSAU - The Wausau Police Department will hold a press conference Monday afternoon to discuss the recovery of the body of a 22-year-old woman that had been missing for nearly four years.

Stephanie Low went missing from her Wausau apartment in October of 2010. Wausau Police Chief Jeff Hardel says the press conference will be at 4 p.m. Monday.

In October of 2013, police released a statement saying they believed Low was murdered. Police did have a person of interest in the case, but no suspects as of the October 2013 press release.

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Volunteer fire departments need more volunteersSubmitted: 09/22/2014

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RHINELANDER - Rural areas rely on volunteer fire departments to respond to emergencies.

That's the case in Oneida County.

The Rhinelander Fire Department is the only paid full time department in the County.

But it can be difficult for fire departments to draw more volunteers.

The Crescent Fire Department in Oneida County relies on 25 volunteers for an area that serves about 2,800 people.

They need more people to help.

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Prentice teacher organizes bike drive for developing countriesSubmitted: 09/22/2014

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PRENTICE - Quan Banh hates to see bicycles go to waste.

The Prentice High School science teacher saw too many bikes used for scrap metal in Price County.

Banh thought those bikes could be fixed up a little and sent to developing countries.

He found a group in Chicago called Working Bikes, which does just that.

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Liberal group says Wisconsin voters can't get IDsSubmitted: 09/22/2014

MADISON - A liberal group is telling federal judges that Wisconsin driver's license offices aren't open enough to produce enough IDs for would-be voters before the Nov. 4 election.

The law has been dormant since February 2012 pending legal challenges. The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, however, reinstated the photo ID requirement Sept. 12 while it ponders the merits of arguments against the law.

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Wisconsin museum opens powwow exhibitSubmitted: 09/22/2014

MADISON - The Wisconsin Historical Museum has opened a new exhibit on American Indian powwows.

The exhibit features historic and modern photographs, video elements and artifacts related to powwows, American Indian celebrations that feature singing, dancing, feasts and praying.

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Man charged in woman's knife death, girl's injurySubmitted: 09/22/2014

HOUGHTON, MI - An ex-con has been charged with murder and attempted murder on accusations that he fatally stabbed a 48-year-old woman and wounded her 14-year-old daughter at an Upper Peninsula home.

The Daily Mining Gazette says that 42-year-old Paul Moilanen was arraigned Monday in Houghton district court. Judge Mark Wisti set his bond at $2.5 million and scheduled a probable cause hearing Oct. 6.

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Michelle Obama to campaign in Wisconsin for Burke, Chris Christie to campaign for WalkerSubmitted: 09/22/2014

WISCONSIN - Michelle Obama is coming to Milwaukee next week to campaign for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke.

The visit on Sept. 29 comes the same day that Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is to be campaigning across the state in Hudson, near the Minnesota border, for Gov. Scott Walker.

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