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Vigil for Rodgers' collarbone postponed, die-hards still show support Video included

The event starts at 7 p.m. at UW-Eau Claire's campus mall. 

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Chippewa County Assistant District Attorney tabbed to lead new meth initiative Video included

Chippewa County Assistant District Attorney Chad Verbeten will soon be leading a new effort to fight meth use across the region. 

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Chippewa Falls City Council approves emerald ash borer treatment Video included

Emerald ash borer may seem like a danger far from home, but with cases confirmed in Chippewa County, the Chippewa Falls City Council is getting proactive. 

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Area high school students learn how to prevent substance abuse Video included

Dozens of teens from Augusta, Altoona, Memorial and more took part in Eau Claire County's (SADD) training.

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Research shows some teens are cyberbullying themselves Video included

Doctor Justin Patchin, a professor at UWEC, and co-director of the Cyberbullying Research Center, said his research is the first of its kind, and just the tip of the iceberg. 

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Chippewa Falls bridges will be dedicated to honor veterans Video included

Scott Sullivan proposed the idea to the city council after seeing many bridges around towns in the United States dedicated to veterans.

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Approval of permit for tiny homes set aside in Chippewa Falls Video included

Two new tiny homes won't be coming to Chippewa Falls for a while after the city council pushed back approval of the homes' permit on Tuesday night. 

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UPDATE: Police no longer searching for Dunn Co. teen. Police and family seek privacy at this time

Dunn County Sheriff Dennis Smith told News 18 his department is no longer searching for 15-year old Desiree Lo.

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UW-Eau Claire expert weighs in on the Affordable Care Act's future Video included

Last week, President Trump announced plans to end the ACA's cost-sharing reduction payments, which limit the total low-income Americans in the private insurance market have to pay on their premiums.

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