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Stoughton H.S. Mourns Death of Senior

Posted: 12/18/2006 - A Stoughton H.S. senior was killed and three other girls and a woman were injured in a car crash Sunday. Laura Hougan was pronounced dead at the scene of the head on crash.

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Wisconsin's DNA Backlog Grows

Posted: 12/18/2006 - The backlog of cases waiting for DNA testing at the state's crime labs continues to grow. That's despite a new state crime lab, tax dollars for additional analysts and automated testing.

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Michigan Man Pleads Guilty in 1979 Slaying Case

Posted: 12/18/2006 - One of the six people accused of killing a college student in Michigan in 1979 pleaded guilty to murder today. The 6 charged include 55-year-old Anthony Williams of Boscobel.

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Health Care Premiums Rise 4 Times Faster Than Earnings

Posted: 12/18/2006 - Health care premiums are rising more than 4 times faster than what we're earning in Wisconsin. A nonprofit consumer health care organization released a report today that says from 2000 to 2006, health care premiums rose by 66% in this state.

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Wisconsin Made Website Sells Cheese to Artwork

Posted: 12/18/2006 - Using their savings, a Wisconsin couple hired an expert to create the Web site www.wisconsinmade.com. It began with 50 products and has now grown to 2,500, all of which are Wisconsin made.

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2 More Members of Doyle's Cabinet Are Leaving

Posted: 12/18/2006 - 2 more members of Governor Doyle's cabinet are leaving before he starts his second term. The secretaries of the Departments of Tourism and of Health and Family Services will depart January 3rd.

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Doyle Says He's Open to $1-Per-Pack Cigarette Tax Hike

Posted: 12/18/2006 - Governor Doyle says he's open to a $1-per-pack increase in the state's cigarette tax. A council convened by Doyle is suggesting adding $1 to the state's 77-cents-per-pack tax as a way to fund programs that reduce the cost of health insurance and the number of uninsured.

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We'll Always Remember

Updated: 12/18/2006 - It's a day of remembrance, support and, despite the circumstances, celebration as the Parents of Murdered Children Support group held a candlelight vigil.

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Staying Safe On Campus

Updated: 12/16/2006 - UW SafeRide services announced they're low on funds. That's causing some women to seek other ways of staying safe on campus.

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Thompson in '08?

Updated: 12/16/2006 - Tommy Thompson considering run for president in 2008.

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Man Charged With Plotting to Take Jail Guard Hostage

Posted: 12/16/2006 - A man faces charges he plotted to take a corrections officer hostage so he could break out of jail. 21-year-old William Ward of Neenah is in jail on multiple robbery and weapons charges.

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Woman Accused of Theft From Nature Preserve Ordered to Trial

Posted: 12/16/2006 - A Saukville woman accused of embezzling nearly $1 million from a nature preserve is to stand trial in the case. Ozaukee County Circuit Judge Tom Wolfgram ordered the move yesterday for 52-year-old Cheryl Gaszak, former president of the Blue Heron Nature Preserve.

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Judge Refuses to Reopen Strip Club

Posted: 12/16/2006 - A judge won't let a strip club outside Madison reopen. Hot Rods originally opened in unincorporated Pine Bluff at the site of Kitt's Korner. The owner of the location, Kitt Kalscheur, sold the site to Bow-Wow Entertainment.

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Judge Temporarily Delays Milwaukee County Layoffs

Posted: 12/16/2006 - Milwaukee County can't lay off more than 100 employees for the time being. Reserve Circuit Judge Robert Pekowsky has temporarily blocked Milwaukee County Executive Scott Walker's move to bring in private, lower-cost replacement workers to clean the courthouse complex.

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Wisconsin Girl Will Testify Against Ex-Boyfriend

Posted: 12/16/2006 - A Wisconsin teenager will testify against her former boyfriend in the slayings of a Nebraska farm couple. A plea deal for 17-year-old Jessica Reid of Horicon has postponed her January 29th murder trial.

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Jail time, Probation Ordered for Midwife

Posted: 12/16/2006 - An unlicensed midwife has been sentenced to 3 years probation, including 6 months in jail, on two charges for her actions when a baby was stillborn at a rural Vernon home.

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