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Martial Arts seminar draws people from around state, countrySubmitted: 03/09/2014
Lauren Stephenson
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lstephenson@wjfw.com


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What We're Working OnSubmitted: 08/01/2014

- A 43-year-old Green Bay man killed himself after shooting at people in cars and leading police on a chase last week in Marinette County. Coming up on Newswatch 12, hear from a 911 call from a person shot at by the 43-year-old man, and see video of the dramatic chase.

- At least 116 thousand people with some type of dementia live in Wisconsin. More than half of them will wander at some point. A new tool could help their families find them. Find out what it is tonight on Newswatch 12.

- The Minocqua Area Chamber of Commerce will welcome a new executive director later this month. Find out about Krystal Westfahl tonight on Newswatch 12.

- And a slow and shaky start to the summer growing season didn't hurt some farmers in Langlade County. That's because cooler temperatures can actually help some crops like peas. Newswatch 12's Karolina Buczek spoke with farmers in Langlade County to find out how successful their harvest was.

We'll have the details on those stories and more tonight on Newswatch 12 - news from where you live.

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Man arrested after firing shots during domestic disturbance Submitted: 08/01/2014

SHAWANO COUNTY - Police in Shawano County needed to go in and get a man who fired shots early this morning.

At about 2:45 a.m., the sheriff's department got a report of a domestic disturbance in the village of Tigerton.

Reports were a 36 year old man was armed and fired a weapon multiple times with other people present.

Police made contact, but had to make a direct approach.

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UW Trout Lake Station holds open houseSubmitted: 08/01/2014

BOULDER JUNCTION - UW Trout Lake leaders want people to get interested in science.

They invited people to come out and see what it's like to be a researcher at the Trout Lake Station in Boulder Junction.

More than 230 people showed up to the open house.

People got the chance to go on a boat ride, learn about sampling and learn more about invasive species.

"The open house is a wonderful forum for us to be able to invite the community in and let them know what we're doing," says UW Trout Lake Station Director Tim Kratz. "Have a discussion about the kinds of research that we're doing on lakes, to hear the concerns or questions that people might have and just to enjoy a beautiful day on Trout Lake."

They also had activities for the kids.

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Harley-Davidson resumes production of touring bikeSubmitted: 08/01/2014

STURGIS, SD - Harley-Davidson plans to resume sales of its most popular model.

The company says it will start selling two Road Glide touring models on Aug. 26 when its full 2015 lineup is released.

It's previewing the Road Glide and Road Glide Special on Friday at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota and the National Bikers Roundup in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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Minocqua Chamber names new directorSubmitted: 08/01/2014

MINOCQUA - The Minocqua Area Chamber of Commerce will welcome a new executive director later this month.

Krystal Westfahl will start at the chamber August 21st. She'll replace Kim Baltus who left to join the Howard Young Foundation.

Westfahl comes to the Northwoods from Appleton. That's where she has been in charge of fundraising for the Muscular Dystrophy Association of Wisconsin for the past seven years. Before that, she worked as director of the Sampson State Park World War Two Military Museum in Upstate New York.

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Sex offender releasedSubmitted: 08/01/2014

RHINELANDER - A man convicted of breaking into a 15-year old girl's basement and sexually assaulting her in 2011 will move to Rhinelander when he's released from prison.

26-year-old Jason L. Mullen will be released from prison August 5th. He'll move into a transitional living home in Rhinelander.

Mullen broke into a basement window of an Oneida County home. A 15-year-old girl he knew lived there. He told her he had a knife and sexually assaulted her. It turns out he didn't have a knife.

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Successful pea harvest despite cool Spring temperaturesSubmitted: 08/01/2014

ANTIGO - A slow and shaky start to the summer growing season didn't hurt some farmers in Langlade County. That's because cooler temperatures can actually help some crops like peas.

Some farmers just finished harvesting their peas this week.It's the first vegetable crop of the season and farmers at Sunnydale Farms believe it was a great harvest.

They think cooler temperatures helped some of their crops stay healthy.

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