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City of Eau Claire will not extend Post Office's lease Video included

Eau Claire's post office has been denied a stamp of approval on a six-month lease extension.
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Bloomer School District's tobacco use policy to receive updates Video included

A debate is being sparked at a local school's board meeting on Wednesday night.  More>>

Glenwood City frac sand mine plans continue as company co-owner sentenced for sexual assault Video included

 At this time, land for the mine near the city's school has been annexed by Glenwood City. Mayor Larson says the agreement with Vista Sand has not changed. He says he does not anticipate work on the mine to begin until next spring.
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Rod and Gun is now accessible to people of all ages and abilities Video included

Several months ago, the only way one could get to the park was by taking a long set of stairs, downhill. This made it nearly impossible for people using wheel chairs to access the park safely. More>>

Courageous Cameron girl saves younger brother from choking Video included

Cameron (WQOW) - An 8-year-old Cameron girl is being recognized for her quick-thinking in a scary situation, one where every second mattered. More>>

ABC News learns journalist James Foley reportedly punished for escape plans

Before the murder of American James Foley was captured on video and posted online recently, the journalist once suffered “brutal punishment” because his captors believed he was planning to escape, a former fellow hostage told ABC News. More>>

Teen pregnancy rates plummet in the U.S.

Parents of teens may be able to worry a little bit less about becoming grandparents too soon.
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15 dogs in van that rolled on I-94 near Eau Claire Wednesday morning

Photo Courtesy: Maly Amanda Yang Photo Courtesy: Maly Amanda Yang

More than a dozen dogs and several humans escaped a close call on I-94 on Wednesday. The state patrol says a van loaded with 15 dogs crashed near Eau Claire Wednesday morning.
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UW System Board of Regents to vote on Confluence Project funding

A hefty request could be sent to Governor Walker. The University of Wisconsin System wants another $95 million tax dollars in the next state budget.
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First human case of West Nile Virus this year found in Ashland County

State and local health officials announced Wednesday that the first human case of West Nile virus (WNV) was reported in an Ashland County resident.
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UPDATE: Next phase of construction on Eau Claire's Brackett Avenue is about to begin

Phase 2 of the Brackett Avenue and Harding Avenue project is scheduled to begin on Friday, August 22, 2014.
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