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What We're Working OnSubmitted: 03/03/2015
- It's a clash. More schools want to provide technology for students, like laptops. But some students can't use them at home for lack of internet access. Find out how one local school district handles this problem, tonight on Newswatch 12.

- Plus, the state championship for high school gymnastics takes place this weekend in Madison. One Rhinelander athlete had her best performance of her career in sectionals and will head to state.

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




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WAUSAU - A Wausau woman could face charges for allegedly driving 13-year-old Isaiah Powell to the scene of a deadly stabbing last Friday.

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RHINELANDER - A 33-year-old Tomahawk woman entered a not guilty plea Tuesday to a felony charge for being party to a 2003 alleged murder in Rhinelander.


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ONEIDA COUNTY - An ambulance trip in Oneida County could soon cost more. Both the county and the city of Rhinelander want to charge more for ambulance services.

Emergency leaders want to raise prices so they can maintain their service quality. The costs of the items first responders need, like medical supplies and gas, keep going up.

Both Oneida County and the city of Rhinelander charge less than the state average for most ambulance services. The emergency management department wants to charge a number closer to that average.

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In that spirit, the home it is currently building in Rhinelander will have solar panels.

Habitat for Humanity has all the money it needs to build the house, but it needs to raise more money to install the solar panels.

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