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Accused Murderer Competent to Stand Trial

Posted: 02/21/2007 - An accused murderer once considered one of the state's most wanted fugitives is found competent to stand trial. A judge in Winnebago County made the ruling about James Shields following mental evaluations.

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Man Mistakes Movie for Cries for Help

Posted: 02/21/2007 - An Oconomowoc man is in trouble after he kicked in the door of a neighboring apartment to rescue a woman he thought was being raped.

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Senate Democrats Propose Expansion of Do-Not-Call List

Updated: 02/22/2007 - Senate Democrats say they'll push to expand Wisconsin's popular do-not-call list. Senator Jon Erpenbach of Middleton says he wants to add cell phones to the list and increase penalties on telemarketers who violate the law.

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Voter Turnout Around 7% for Primary

Posted: 02/21/2007 - Preliminary indications are that Wisconsin voter turnout during Tuesday's primary election was about 7%, according to unofficial results.

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Outrage in Oregon Over Student Threats

Posted: 02/21/2007 - School leaders and teachers in Oregon got an earful from concerned parents last night over the threat of violence made by 2 students. Teachers were concerned about the threats made by students.

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Special Delivery to Food Pantry

Posted: 02/20/2007 - Most of us take the food we eat every day for granted. But, hunger continues to be a local problem. A special delivery to one food pantry couldn't come at a better time.

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Elections Board Predicts Low Voter Turnout

Posted: 02/20/2007 - Today, voters will decide on a number of races in the spring primary. The state elections board is predicting only 10% of Wisconsin voters will head to the polls.

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Officer Survives Blast That Kills Another

Posted: 02/20/2007 - A Prescott police officer who was injured as he tried to save a woman from a gas explosion says he's sorry he wasn't able to prevent her death.

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Doyle Scheduled for Hip Surgery

Posted: 02/20/2007 - Governor Doyle is scheduled for hip surgery this week. The governor's office said today Doyle will miss the upcoming winter meeting of the National Governor's Association in Washington.

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Hectic Lifestyles Boost Sales of Disposables

Posted: 02/20/2007 - Americans spend about $1.4 billion a year on food storage items. The industry is dominated by plastic bags and includes plastic wrap, aluminum foil and wax paper.

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Sibling Argument Led to Stabbing in Sun Prairie

Posted: 02/20/2007 - Police say a sibling argument is the reason for a stabbing in Sun Prairie. Police were called to North Bird Street just before 11:00 Monday night. They say 2 brothers got into a fight, and one brother stabbed the other.

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Deputy Accused of Planting Evidence Testifies

Posted: 02/20/2007 - One of two sheriff's deputies Steven Avery accuses of planting evidence in his murder case says he didn't go to the property with a preconceived notion that Avery was responsible for the victim's disappearance.

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Prosecutors Say Dice Game Motive for Murder

Posted: 02/20/2007 - Prosecutors in Polk County say a man was killed by his next-door neighbor after the victim bragged in a bar about winning money from the neighbor in a dice game.

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State Prepared to Double Commission for Building Sale

Posted: 02/20/2007 - Realtors say the state is prepared to double the usual commission to sell an office building overlooking Lake Monona. It means about $500,000 more for the real estate company that sells the Department of Administration building downtown.

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Riot Breaks Out at High Noon Saloon over the Weekend

Posted: 02/19/2007 - A rowdy bar time crowd started breaking glasses and throwing pool balls in a bar early this morning. Police say they broke up multiple fights in and outside the High Noon Saloon around 1:30 am.

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