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Chrysler recalls nearly three million vehiclesSubmitted: 06/18/2013
Chrysler recalls nearly three million vehicles
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NATIONWIDE - Chrysler is recalling nearly three million vehicles.

The recall covers 1993 through 2004 Grand Cherokees and Libertys from 2002 through 2007.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration requested the recalls.

It says fuel tanks in those models are located in a dangerous spot. They could rupture and start on fire in a rear-end crash.

Chrysler insists the SUVs are not defective. At first, the company refused to recall the vehicles.

But now, dealers will inspect the recalled vehicles. If necessary, they can can upgrade the rear structure to better handle low-speed crashes.



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Marshfield Clinic is appealing a ruling by the Oneida County Planning and Development committee not to allow the facility to build a new hospital in Minocqua across the street from Howard Young Medical Center. We'll bring you Marshfield Clinics arguments.

We talk to a DNR scientist about why the state doubled the number of bobcats you can hunt and trap this year.

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CRANDON - The lawyer for Sokaogon Chippewa Tribal Chair Chris McGeshick repeated that allegations of battery and false imprisonment are "absolutely false" at McGeshick's first appearance in Forest County Court Wednesday.

McGeshick faces one felony count and two misdemeanor counts in Forest County Court.

A former tribal member told police McGeshick slammed him against a wall at the Sokaogon Chippewa Tribal Offices in late June.

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RHINELANDER - Our nervous system controls the whole show when it comes to our bodies, especially how they feel.

Chiropractic care is one method people use to keep that system moving.

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RHINELANDER - DNR Furbearer Research Scientist Dr. Nathan Roberts calls bobcats "a conservation success story."
Their population numbers are up across the United States.

The DNR doubled the harvest quota this year at 750 bobcats because of that healthy population size.

"While the population's grown, we've also increased our understanding of bobcats considerably. Working together with hunters and trappers across the state we've increased our understanding of bobcats and our ability to monitor bobcats," said Roberts.

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CRANDON - A Muskego man blew through a stop sign in Laona, then tried to run over a victim with his van last month, according to testimony in Forest County Court on Wednesday.

Nicholas Bland, 41, heard evidence against him on four felony charges.

One passenger in the van driven by Bland talked to police about chasing the victim.

"He had said they got pretty close," testified Forest County Sheriff's Deputy William Hujet. "When I asked him about pretty close, he just kind of said maybe a car length."

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EAGLE RIVER - Eagle River's annual Paul Bunyan Fest brings out thousands of people. This year was no exception. Organizers say about 3,000 people filled the streets of downtown Eagle River on Wednesday.

The 37th annual Paul Bunyan Fest featured chainsaw carving demonstrations, more than 80 arts and craft booths, and music.

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RHINELANDER - Marshfield Clinic calls Oneida County's rejection of a Minocqua hospital an "erroneous application of the law."

Marshfield Clinic cites 14 court decisions from across the country in its appeal of the Planning Committee's June vote to deny a conditional use permit (CUP).

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