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Fox Valley Ghost Hunters vist WJFWSubmitted: 10/17/2013

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RHINELANDER - Do you believe in paranormal activity?

Craig Nehring from the Fox Valley Ghost Hunters joined us on Newswatch 12 Today to share more about what he does in paranormal research.

See him Thursday, October 17 in Boulder Junction at the Boulder Junction Community Center.



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MADISON - The Wisconsin Supreme Court plans to rule Thursday in three major cases.

The court is planning to issue its ruling on the collective bargaining changes Gov. Scott Walker and the Republican Legislature approved in 2011, despite massive protests that led to a series of recall elections.

Elements of the law have been upheld by the state Supreme Court and two federal courts already.

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Upper Penninsula mayor pleads guilty to embezzlementSubmitted: 07/29/2014

ESCANABA, MI - The former mayor of a small Michigan town has admitted to embezzling tens of thousands of dollars from a local service club.

The Daily Press reports (http://bit.ly/1qh77zh ) Leo Evans of Escanaba pleaded guilty Monday to a felony embezzlement charge. He also agreed to pay restitution.

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One person dead after being pulled from lakeSubmitted: 07/29/2014

WOODRUFF - Woodruff police want to know what happened to a person who died after ending up in the water.

The Woodruff Police Department was called to Indian Mounds boat landing about 4:30 p.m. Monday.

Two DNR rangers there had pulled an unconscious male from the lake.

Medical personnel at the scene told officers the victim had died, and the coroner was called.

An autopsy will be performed.

No name will be released until the victim is positively identified.


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Green Bay to consider cell phone ban for driversSubmitted: 07/29/2014

GREEN BAY - Rhinelander and Wausau tried to make streets safer by banning cell phones while driving.

Now Green Bay is the latest city in Wisconsin to consider banning cell phones behind the wheel.

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Golden Harvest opens its doors at a new locationSubmitted: 07/28/2014

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RHINELANDER - Doors officially opened for one Northwoods Grocery store.

Golden Harvest Market welcomed customers to their new location on County Road G Monday. The 17,000 square foot building has been under construction since November.

Timothy Conjurske, Golden Harvest's president, says the entire team has been working extremely hard the past few weeks.

"We've already added a few thousand items in all categories," says Conjurske. "Also, the deli is new and will be opening here in the next week or two. We're slowly working our way up to more production in that area."

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Volunteers start setting up Oneida County FairSubmitted: 07/28/2014

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RHINELANDER - Volunteers started preparations Monday for the Oneida County Fair.

About 50 people helped set up.

A lot of work was completed ahead of schedule thanks to volunteers.

Fair leaders think most of the setup will be done Monday.

"We're hoping to be done pretty much today with the initial setup," says Fair Coordinator Nancy Gehrig. "K&M Amusement is already setting up today, which normally they aren't setting up until Tuesday. So yeah, we're ahead of the game already."

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Child runover by van on driveway, dies at hospitalSubmitted: 07/28/2014

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Police say the child had just arrived for a party in the neighborhood Saturday afternoon and was facing the street when a 16-year-old boy backed a van over the girl.

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