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First Flu Death Confirmed by State

Posted: 02/22/2007 - The state has confirmed the first flu death this season. The Department of Health and Family Services says the death occurred in Vilas County.

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Doyle Could be Home by Sunday

Posted: 02/22/2007 - If Governor Jim Doyle is like most hip surgery patients, he should be home by Sunday. A hospital spokeswoman says Doyle began rehabilitating his hip today, a day after undergoing the surgery.

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Atheist Group Takes on Bush

Posted: 02/22/2007 - Annie Laurie Gaylor and her Madison foundation of atheists and agnostics will fight a high profile legal battle next week in Washington.

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After Smooth Start, Bipartisanship Fades at WI Capitol

Posted: 02/22/2007 - Let the partisan bickering in Madison begin. Republicans who control the Assembly and their Democratic counterparts in the Senate are already butting heads and angrily accusing each other of playing politics.

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State Abandoning Another Computer Project

Posted: 02/22/2007 - The state will scrap another major computer project that it's spent $28 million to build. The computer program tracks sales taxes.

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Harley Union Approves Pact to End York Factory Strike

Posted: 02/22/2007 - Unionized workers at Harley-Davidson's largest manufacturing plant have overwhelmingly approved a new labor agreement today. It ends a strike that halted motorcycle production for three weeks.

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Thousands Gather To Observe Ash Wednesday

Updated: 02/21/2007 - Mardi Gras is over and now it is Ash Wednesday. It's the day when the Lenten season begins, and many Christians decide to go without something for 40 days.

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AWOL Inmates Back In Custody

Updated: 02/22/2007 - Two Dane county inmates are back in custody after going AWOL. The two men had Huber privileges which means they were allowed to leave the center for specified purposes.

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Wisconsin Heights Braces for $697,000 In Cuts

Posted: 02/21/2007 - Jobs, sports teams and academic courses are all on the chopping block in the Wisconsin Heights School District after its latest referendum failed on Tuesday.

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Winning Back "The W"

Updated: 02/22/2007 - What has a balanced-tilt, shadow, squared prongs, an arrow-shaped indentation, and is all around Madison? If you said the university's cardinal red "Motion W", as it's called, you're right. But, UW officials says the "W" is moving off-campus and they're working to win it back.

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211 Call Centers Could Expand with Proposed Funding

Updated: 02/22/2007 - Help is just a call away, but sometimes the number isn't 911. Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin says 211 service across the state could benefit if Wisconsin is willing to match $12 million in proposed federal funding.

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UW Awards Money to 8 Major Research Projects

Posted: 02/21/2007 - University of Wisconsin-Madison says it will give grants to research projects that produce human embryonic stem cells, improve reading among black children and look at ways to detect disease.

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