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Wausau's haunted back yard includes a business in Oshkosh, a back road in Portage County and the historic Grand Theater in downtown Wausau. Strange things happen all the time, and who's to say where urban legend ends and spooky reality begins?
Authorities in two states are trying to determine why a woman may have driven with her mother's decaying body as a passenger from their Oklahoma home to Florida — by way of North Carolina and Texas — and then left the body in the car in a Wal-Mart parking lot.
A woman charged with manslaughter in the 1999 highway death of her boyfriend has been acquitted. Her attorney had argued that she couldn't have been behind the wheel because she had been performing a sex act on the driver at the time.
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Everyone wanted to see the tattooed, biker-booted computer geek who found his ex-wife's wedding dress in a closet, posed in it and wrote a hilarious sales pitch for eBay, asking only for "enough money for maybe a couple of Mariners tickets and some beer."
Chuck-A-Rama said it's still not an all-you-can-eat establishment, but the restaurant chain is serving up an apology to a low-carb Utah couple cut off from eating beef after making one too many trips to the buffet.
Journalists from a trendy magazine slipped envelopes containing small quantities of marijuana into Bulgarian lawmakers' mailboxes to protest a tough new drug law, drawing heated reactions from indignant legislators.