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Town Unites To Lose Weight

Updated: 01/11/2007 - Hundreds of Watertown residents hope to have a shrinking community, by losing a collective 3 tons.

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Car Runs Into Home, Breaks Gas Main

Updated: 01/11/2007 - Madison police say a car driven by a teenager jumped the curb and hit a house and then sheared off the gas main. A girl in the car suffered minor injuries.

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Overture Center Budget Shortfall

Posted: 01/10/2007 - The new Director of Madison's Overture Center has his work cut out for him when he starts his new job Monday. Tom Carto was selected to fill that role late last year. New details show the arts center will have to fill a $735,000 budget shortfall for this year.

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Madison School District Announces Money Making Plan

Updated: 01/11/2007 - A new money-making plan for the Madison School District will soon have you looking at more than just the score at your child's next game. Up until now advertising was kept out of Madison Schools. But, the board of education has given the okay to allow it at athletic venues.

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Appleton Asking Residents to Reduce Water Usage

Posted: 01/10/2007 - The city of Appleton is asking residents to reduce their water usage. The city says the recent drop in temperature and icing conditions on Lake Winnebago are making it difficult for the local utility to draw water from the lake.

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Therapist Builds Memorial to Fallen Troops

Posted: 01/10/2007 - Take a ride past Chet Borowski's place in the Walworth County countryside and you might end up doing a double take. The psychotherapist has spent nearly the last 4 years constructing his own memorial naming every coalition soldier who has died since September 11th -- in his front yard.

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Waupun Man Sentenced to 4 Months in Death of Son

Posted: 01/10/2007 - A Waupun man is sentenced to 4 months in jail in connection with the death of his infant son. 24-year-old Daniel Donovan also received 3 years probation during sentencing in Dodge County Circuit Court yesterday.

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Another Leak Discovered in Falk's Underground Propane Line

Posted: 01/10/2007 - Another leak is discovered in the propane pipe linked to a fatal explosion in Milwaukee's industrial Menomonee Valley. One leak was revealed during earlier pressure tests on the underground pipeline at the Falk Corporation.

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Police Investigate Woman's Disappearance

Posted: 01/10/2007 - Police in Prairie du Chien are investigating the disappearance of a young woman who's been missing since a few days before Christmas.

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Proposal to Increase Fines for No Call Violators

Updated: 01/11/2007 - There's a proposal to increase the fines against telemarketers who violate the state's no call list. Senator Jon Erpenbach of Middleton will reintroduce legislation this session that would also extend the list to cell phones.

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Drunk Postman Crashes Truck

Posted: 01/10/2007 - A Waukesha mail carrier is off his delivery route after he was accused of crashing his mail truck while driving drunk. Police say Tom Lahiff had a blood alcohol level nearly 4 times the legal limit when his postal truck crossed into oncoming traffic, jumped the curb and hit a parking sign.

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Badger Basketball Buzz

Posted: 01/09/2007 - If you have tickets to tonight's big Badger-Buckeye match up, consider yourself lucky. They're in high demand. Fans know it, ticket takers know it, and so do police.

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Proposed Southside Jail May Go Elsewhere

Updated: 01/10/2007 - It may be back to square one for plans to build a new work-release jail on Madison's south side. An uproar from residents is causing members of the county board to rethink the jail's location.

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Judge Won't Delay Avery Trial to Test Old Blood Sample

Updated: 01/10/2007 - A judge denies a request by prosecutors to delay the murder trial of Steven Avery. Manitowoc County Judge Patrick Willis rejected today the motion by prosecutors so blood taken 11 years ago could be retested to make sure it wasn't used to plant evidence against Avery.

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Manitowoc County Deputies Search for Woman Missing Since 1988

Posted: 01/09/2007 - Manitowoc County sheriff's deputies are using cadaver dogs to search two properties for a woman missing since 1988. Sheriff Robert Hermann says a family member asked the department to take another look at the disappearance of Cheryl Spaeth.

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