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Ho-Chunk Nation will soon decide whether to change the way their casino profits are handed out to teenagers, so they can avoid spending them recklessly.
It was a good night for WWIS Radio on Saturday as it walked away with 3 First Place Awards, 4 Second Place Awards and 1 Third at the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association Annual Awards Gala in Madison.
(5/2/14) The Ho-Chunk Indian tribe will spend 144-million dollars for improvements at four of its casinos throughout Wisconsin.
(5/2/14) The drawdown on Lake Arbutus continues while North American Hydro continues repairs to the Hatfield Dam.
(5/2/14) A frac-sand mine has turned into a legal landmine in Eau Claire County.
(5/1/14) It's getting more likely that Wisconsinites will not have to show photo I-D's in order to vote in November
(5/1/14) A Marshfield woman is getting jail-and-probation time for transporting marijuana from Colorado -- plus chocolate bars laced with the main ingredient in pot.
(5/1/14) A central Wisconsin woman is in jail for stealing a dementia patient's credit card at a nursing home where she used to work.
(4/30/14) A former Marshfield High School dance coach who was fired after her squad performed to the racy Robin Thicke hit "Blurred Lines" has filed a discrimination complaint.
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