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The Oneida County Board took a vote on proposed changes in the county's mining ordinances. We'll bring you the details and the results of the vote.

People are still assessing damage from last weekend's storms and flooding all over northcentral Wisconsin and the western U.P. of Michigan. We'll show you some of the damage from places like Harshaw, Three Lakes and the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest.

And we'll introduce you to the new executive director of the Rhinelander Area Chamber of Commerce and get her feelings on her new position.


We'll bring you the details on these stories and more tonight on Newswatch 12 - news from where you live.Read More

Recent law change could bring invasive species into state forests
New rules on the books: Oneida County approves overhaul of metallic mining ordinance
DNR assesses flood damage on wildlife areas
A former Pelican Lake care giver believes a healthier lifestyle made a difference after his mother's Alzheimer's diagnosis
Theaters release warning after 'Incredibles 2' scenes cause concerns
Lauren Sackett replaces Maggie Steffen as the Rhinelander Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director
Tommy O's Playhouse gears up for summer season ahead
Weekend storms cause damage to Price County trail



2 Wisconsin deaths attributed to storms
SAWYER COUNTY - Authorities have attributed another death in Wisconsin to the storms that caused widespread flooding in the Upper Midwest.

The Sawyer County Sheriff's Office says severe thunderstorms toppled a large oak tree onto a camper on Lake Chetac, killing a man inside and injuring a woman and two young children Sunday.

The man is identified as 55-year-old James Pluff, of Redwood Falls, Minnesota. Sheriff's officials say the woman and children suffered non-life threatening injuries and were taken to a hospital in Rice Lake.
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U.P. flooding leads to disaster declaration
Bucks guard Sterling Brown sues Milwaukee Police Department
Wisconsin Supreme Court decides billboard visibility case
Supreme Court rules against Wisconsin Democrats in redistricting case
State of emergency declared in Northwestern WI
Inmates missing from Correctional Center
3 Democrats look to make history in Wisconsin governor race
Madison ending compost collection



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