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Boy dead, another injured after lightning strikes Pennsylvania creek

Fire Chief Tracy Tomlinson said crews used an ATV to cross a field to reach the boys. Two of them were taken to Lancaster General Hospital and then to Hershey Medical Center. More>>

Power outage leaves some Menomonie residents in the dark

UPDATE: Xcel Energy has restored power to about two dozen homes in the Menomonie area that were left in the dark for a couple of hours Monday morning.
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UPDATE: Suspect's name released in incident that led to lockdown Video included

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A man was arrested in Chippewa County Saturday evening after an incident that caused a lockdown at a Chi-Hi football game.  More>>

World War II vet from Mondovi honored by another country Video included

Sunday a Mondovi veteran was presented with the highest medal of honor from the French government for his courageous acts during World War II. More>>

Local religious groups team up to serve meal, hope to set example Video included

Despite being from opposing sides of the conflict in the Middle East, two religious groups came together in Eau Claire today to help prepare a meal for those in need.The Eau Claire Jewish community from Temple Shalom teamed up with the Muslim community from the Islamic Center in Altoona today to prepare and serve a meal at The Community Table in downtown Eau Claire. More>>

DNR: Pipeline work could kill rare species

Wisconsin wildlife officials say a pipeline construction project could kill members of several threatened and endangered species. More>>

Train hits, kills pedestrian in Tomah Video included

A Canadian Pacific Railroad train hit and killed a pedestrian in Tomah late Saturday night.
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Number of users for the Token Program on the rise Video included

Eau Claire (WQOW) -A local program that gives people in need access to healthier foods took root two years ago. On Saturday, the number of people who use it has grown significantly.  More>>

32nd annual Buckshot Run reels in about 1,500 participants Video included

Eau Claire (WQOW) - Hundreds of runners laced up for a good cause today.The 32nd annual Buckshot Run, which benefits Special Olympics, reeled in about 1,500 people to Carson Park. Runners had the option of doing a two or five mile run.  More>>

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