MARSHFIELD - The Marshfield Police Department wants to find three suspects it believes used counterfeit money at an area business.
According to a release from MPD and the Wisconsin Crime Alert Network, the suspects used two fake $100 bills to buy gas and food.
The suspects went to the convenience store on Sunday night, January 20. They arrived in a silver Mazda CX-9 that did not have license plates. Two women first went in the store and bought gas and food with the first $100 bill. Minutes later, the male suspect entered and bought more food with a second bill.
The male suspect was wearing a fur hat and coat. They also went to a large retail store in the general vicinity.
You can report tips anonymously to the Wood County Crimestoppers at 1-877-325-STOP (7861).
MERRILL - President Trump issued the first veto of his presidency last Friday. He rejected a resolution that would have blocked funding for a border wall without congressional approval.
Wisconsin 7th district representative Sean Duffy said Republicans and Democrats agree on about 95% of immigration reform. The wall is where they differ, but Duffy said immigration reform cannot happen without border security.
"To say we're going to do [immigration reform] with an open border I think is insane, stupid, and will never work," said Duffy.
MINOCQUA - Instead of worrying about blizzards, soon you'll be watching out for thunderstorms. Severe weather season will soon be here.
Our Weatherwatch 12 Meteorologists went to MHLT Elementary in Minocqua Thursday to talk weather with the third grade class.
The students learned how forecasts are made and where the energy for thunderstorms comes from. They also heard about tornadoes, flooding, wind, and hurricanes. It's all part of a weather unit that's been taking place at the school.
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