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Soldier from Guttenberg Killed in Iraq

Posted: 02/02/2007 - An Iowa soldier from a Wisconsin unit is dead as a result of hostile action. Military officials say 21-year-old US Army Reserve Corporal Stephen Shannon of Guttenberg, Iowa, died Wednesday.

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Soldier's Cat Found a Month After Grandparents' Fatal Crash

Posted: 02/02/2007 - Frankie the cat survived a traffic crash in Missouri which killed a Wisconsin couple a month ago. Now, thanks to the efforts of a sympathetic town there, the gray Siamese is being reunited with its owner, a soldier from home on leave from Iraq.

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Doyle Signs Ethics Bill and Turns to Campaign Finance Reform

Updated: 02/03/2007 - Governor Doyle's signed a bill creating a new watchdog to enforce laws governing the conduct of public officials. The law signed today abolishes the Ethics and Elections boards and creates a new Government Accountability Board.

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Brett Favre Coming Back!

Posted: 02/02/2007 - Brett Favre is coming back. In an exclusive interview in the Sun Herald in Biloxi, Mississippi, Favre says he's excited to return.

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Local Groundhog Says More Winter Weather in Forecast

Updated: 02/02/2007 - Sun Prairie prognosticator Jimmy the Groundhog says we'll have six more weeks of winter. The groundhog told mayor Joe Chase that he did in fact see his shadow Friday morning.

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Running for a Reason

Updated: 02/01/2007 - A local man who had been running to help the country get through a dark time, ended up helping himself through his own dark hour.

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Cold Snap Coming - How to Protect Yourself

Posted: 02/01/2007 - A cold snap is heading our way, and area doctors want to make sure you protect yourself. The state's emergency management team says if possible, just avoid being outside all together.

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Driving Deadline: Legal Status Soon Matters

Updated: 02/02/2007 - The deadline is approaching for a new set of driving rules but some state legislators are not happy with how the DMV is getting the message out. Starting in April, anyone trying to obtain or renew a drivers license or ID card needs proof of residency.

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Jefferson County Man Dies After Freak Farm Accident

Posted: 02/01/2007 - A 63-year-old Jefferson County man is dead after freak farm accident. The sheriff's department says Vernon Davis got trapped in a corn storage bin when he went to investigate an equipment malfunction.

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Milk Truck, Van Crash Kills One

Posted: 02/01/2007 - A head-on collision between a milk truck and van kills one person in La Crosse County. Sheriff's officials say the van was in the wrong lane of traffic when it collided with the truck on Highway 14/61 on the southside of La Crosse.

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Police Find Dozens of Malnourished Pets in Fond du Lac Home

Posted: 02/01/2007 - More than three dozen malnourished dogs and cats have been rescued from a Fond du Lac home. But, some are just too sick to save. The Fond du Lac Humane Society and police removed 34 cats and 4 dogs yesterday.

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Report Says Company Tried to Keep Tax Mistake Quiet

Posted: 02/01/2007 - The printing company responsible for an error that caused exposure of taxpayers' Social Security numbers tried convincing state revenue officials to keep the mistake quiet.

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Police Search for Man Who Gets Day Spa Services, Skips Out

Posted: 02/01/2007 - Police in Algonquin, Illinois, are still searching today for a thief who looks, smells and feels marvelous. Police say the man has skipped out on at least 20 day spas in northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin since last March without paying for an array of services.

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Harley-Davidson Shuts Down York Plant Where Strike Looms

Posted: 02/01/2007 - Harley-Davidson has shut down production at its largest manufacturing plant today. It's in York, Pennsylvania. Unionized workers yesterday rejected the company's contract offer and authorized a strike.

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Schools Call Off Assemblies Planned by Ministers

Posted: 02/01/2007 - A group of southern Wisconsin public schools are calling off scheduled assemblies by ordained ministers who use feats of strength to encourage students to make good choices and resist drugs and alcohol.

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