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Digging Deeper: "Untested" Video included

Nearly 6,000 untested sexual assault kits have been discovered at hospitals and law enforcement offices across Wisconsin. The inventory was first identified three years ago. Today, the backlog is still significant.

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Digging Deeper: Road to Resilience Part 3 Video included

Sometimes the hardest fight is the one happening within oneself. In the Chippewa Valley that battle often times starts with drug addiction. In the third and final part of News 18's Road to Resilience series, Christopher Davidson shares how he turned a life of hardships in to one of hope. 

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Digging Deeper: Chippewa Falls School District looks at what's next for facilities after referendum fails Video included

After a failed referendum in November, leaders at the Chippewa Falls Area Unified School District are scratching their heads as with what to do next.

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Digging Deeper: What does it take to get behind the wheel of a school bus in Eau Claire? Video included

You know your child's teachers and their coaches, but how well do you know the person driving them to school every single day?

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Digging Deeper: Bus driver background checks Video included

You know your child's teachers and coaches, but how well do you know the person driving them to and from school every day?

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Digging Deeper: Decoding food labels and what they mean for nutrition and safety Video included

Grocery shopping can cost time and money, and with dozens of options at the grocery store, are customers shopping for foods that are trendy, or just spendy? 

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Digging Deeper: Life on Pause: Barron family awaits CBD oil approval to help with daughter's epilepsy Video included

The days of dancing, singing and silliness are diminishing for soon-to-be 12-year-old Destany Hanson of Barron, Wisconsin.

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Digging Deeper: "Sentencing Sense" Video included

Eau Claire County is one of the first in the nation to implement a new initiative aimed at rehabilitating people accused of crimes.

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Digging Deeper: Crushing Caseload Video included

Those tasked with keeping criminals off Wisconsin's streets are understaffed and overworked. A study finds the state needs 150 more prosecutors. News 18 digs deeper on the impact that shortage has on the entire justice system.

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