Wis. man refused rescue from ice slab because fish were biting
Wis. fisherman refused to be rescued from ice slab because fish were biting
OSHKOSH, Wis. - A fisherman floating on a Lake Winnebago ice slab refused to be rescued, telling authorities he wanted to stay because the fish were biting.
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Men who used snowmobile to murder deer might have trials combined
WAUPACA, Wis. - A prosecutor in Waupaca County wants to consolidate the trials of three men accused of using their snowmobiles to kill some deer for the thrill of it.
Man deported from Canada to face child sexual assault charges in Wis.
WHITEHALL, Wis. -- A former Strum man has been deported from Canada to face charges of sexually assaulting an 11-year-old boy in 2002.
Man accused of making sexual phone calls to relative
CHIPPEWA FALLS, Wis. -- An Eau Claire man has been charged in Chippewa County Court with five misdemeanor counts of harassment for making several sexually explicit calls to a relative. The man was busted after the woman had him call a police cell phone where they could trace him.
Family really wants a black bear hide and skull back
MENOMONIE, Wis. -- Petitions with more than 6,000 signatures have been collected for a Boyceville-area family that wants the hide and skull of a bear that it believes was hit and killed by a combine on its farm in November.
Woman accused of stealing $375,000
MENOMONIE, Wis. -- A 55-year-old Chippewa Falls woman faces three felony counts of theft in a business setting for allegedly transferring nearly $375,000 from a Dunn County man's accounts.
Dead horses dumped in a forest
TOWN OF ABRAMS, Wis. -- Oconto County sheriff's investigators want to know who dumped two dead horses in the Machickanee Forest.
Wis. DOT buys porn video store
OSHKOSH, Wis. -- The state Department of Transportation paid $1.4 million for an adult video store in Oshkosh, so that the building can be torn down to make way for a road reconstruction project.
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