THREE LAKES - Do you feel the need for speed? If so, I hope you were out at TNT Speedway tonight. They hosted their second week of racing action.
Last Saturday's winners had the privilege of carrying the American flag on this Memorial Day weekend.
To kick things off, the Street Stocks took the track. In the heat race, Derek Eberl from Tomahawk took the lead late and the 98 held on to take the checkered flag. Jeff Mullins got his 1st career victory in the feature.
Next up in the first heat of the TNT Bombers. John Johnson Sr. of Lac du Flambeau jumped out to an early lead and carried it through one caution to finish first.
In the second heat, Tomahawk's Nate Langeberg in the 2 car made a pass and took the heat and Nate was also the feature winner tonight.
Other feature winners include: Kasey Gross in Stingers, Forrest Crandall in trucks, and Bruce Belland in the Midwest Mods.
STEVENS POINT - Stevens Point police want your help finding suspects in two possible stabbings. The stabbings happened early Friday morning and early Sunday morning near downtown Stevens Point.
Friday, four young men got into a fight on Main Street. One man said he was stabbed in the chest. Police say the suspect is a black man in his mid-20s, about 5' 9" tall, with a muscular build and short hair. The victim was treated at the hospital and released.
Sunday morning, police responded to an incident at 2nd Street and Crosby Avenue. Witnesses heard glass breaking and people yelling about a stabbing. Police don't have a victim or suspect description in that case, but they don't believe the two stabbings are connected.
If you have any information about the stabbings, call Detective Sgt. Gruber at 715-346-1518.
You can also call Portage County Crimestoppers to remain anonymous at 888-346-6600.
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