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Civil Rights Pilgrimage brings history to life

Updated: 01/20/2015 - A group of University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire students have returned after retracing the steps of the Civil Rights Movement in a nearly 2,400 mile journey.

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Students present ideas for Menomonie Street project

Updated: 01/19/2015 - On Monday, Memorial High School students presented their ideas for the development of the County Materials Event and Recreation Complex on Menomonie Street in Eau Claire.

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Meth lab discovered in Clark County hotel

Posted: 01/19/2015 - On Friday, the Clark County Sheriff’s Office received a call of a possible methamphetamine lab in one of the rooms of the Humbird Hotel & Bar at N3041 King Street in the Village of Humbird.

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Walker won't reveal plans for UW System

Posted: 01/19/2015 - Gov. Scott Walker isn't saying whether he will propose breaking the Madison campus off from the rest of the University of Wisconsin System.

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Walker to attend CPAC event next month in Washington

Posted: 01/19/2015 - Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is headed to the nation's capital next month for a Conservative Political Action Conference that is attracting other potential 2016 Republican presidential candidates.

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Fitzgerald says right-to-work bill unlikely soon

Posted: 01/19/2015 - Republican Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald says debate over making Wisconsin a right-to-work state likely will not happen until after the April 7 spring election.

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Packers fans react to loss in Seattle

Updated: 01/19/2015 - From cheers. to boos to somber silence WEAU 13 News caught up with a couple of fans at Bug Eyed Betty's in Eau Claire -- who say despite the Packers loss, they still bleed green and gold.

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Documents: Common Core cost millions more than estimated

Posted: 01/18/2015 - The department is seeking more than $36 million to administer tests aligned to Common Core State Standards over the next two school years. That's $7.2 million more than what is already appropriated.

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David Krapez wins Silver Mine Invitational; Mattoon with longest jump

Updated: 01/19/2015 - After wind postponed the first day of jumping at Silver Mine Hill, conditions were perfect on Saturday. Team Slovenia's David Krapez would win the U.S. Cup event, but it was Eau Claire native Nick Mattoon who thrilled the crowd with the longest jump.

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