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Former Wood county supervisor pleads guilty in prostitution case

Posted: 10/26/2006 - A former Wood County supervisor has pleaded guilty to soliciting a prostitute while attending a convention in La Crosse. James Gignac, of Wisconsin Rapids, entered the plea on Wednesday in La Crosse County Circuit Court.

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State GOP challenges voting addresses

Posted: 10/26/2006 - The Republican Party of Wisconsin made fresh allegations of flaws in Milwaukee voter lists. But the city's election chief said the problem addresses represent a small fraction of the city's total voters, and many of the problems appear to be minor errors rather than vote fraud.

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Details of Castner's death in Iraq

Posted: 10/26/2006 - A Wisconsin National Guard soldier killed on his first mission in Iraq last summer waited nearly an hour after being seriously wounded by a roadside bomb before a medical helicopter rushed him to a military hospital.

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Two Fox Valley area men dead after trailer fire in northern Wisconsin

Posted: 10/26/2006 - Two Fox Valley area men are dead after a trailer fire near the Wisconsin-Michigan border. Iron County Coroner Paul Samardich says 24-year-old Ryan Broehm, of Greenville, and 21-year-old Scott Oswald, of Two Rivers, died from asphyxiation due to the fire.

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Possible Pollock Painting Sells At Auction

Posted: 10/25/2006 - An Austin, Texas Man Bid $53,000 For a Painting He Thinks Is An Authentic Jackson Pollock Painting. The Auction Took Place In Beloit.

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Tips For Halloween Costumes

Posted: 10/25/2006 - Costumes can be fun but parents want to make sure before the kids go trick or treating their costumes are safe.

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Pay to Play Not OK for Some UW Students

Posted: 10/25/2006 - The five dollar coverage charge might help keep State Street quiet this year as some students say they won't pay to play.

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Candidates battle at final debate

Posted: 10/25/2006 - J.B. Van Hollen criticized opponent Kathleen Falk in their final debate on Wednesday evening as a politician lacking sufficient criminal justice experience to head the state Justice Department.

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"Freakfest" Ticket Sales - Businesses Hope for Sales Boost

Posted: 10/25/2006 - Local businesses in Madison hope for a boost in Halloween ticket sales for State Street over the next few days. Mallatt's Pharmacy sells the tickets and says sales have been slow over the past couple of weeks.

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Marine Moves On

Posted: 10/25/2006 - A local marine who served in Iraq is training for a new mission. Corporal Neil Schalk is one of 35,000 runners competing in this weekend's Marine Corps Marathon in Washington D.C. But, the 20-year-old isn't just in it to win it.

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A new spin on health care

Posted: 10/25/2006 - Employers are teaming up wtih health care providers to encourage workers to get fit. Health Insurance Companies say it not only will help lower premiums in the future, but saves employees money because they are in better health. It can also increase energy and moral while decreasing absenteeism in the workplace.

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Dane Humane Could Take Cue from Rock County

Updated: 10/26/2006 - All but two of 44 huskies acquired by Rock County's Humane Society have now been placed, meanwhile Dane County is still housing the nearly fifty pitbulls it received as part of a seizure in June. Rock Humane says a partnership between shelters and district attorneys could prevent the problem in the future.

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Interstate Crash backs up traffic for miles

Posted: 10/25/2006 - Wisconsin State Patrol says a one car rollover accident on I-90 near 151 is backing up traffic for 2-3 miles. Officials say one person was ejected in the crash.

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Jury finds Iowa company negligent in Wisconsin truck driver's death

Posted: 10/25/2006 - A jury in Iowa has found Guardian Industries at fault in the death of a Wisconsin truck driver, but did not award damages to the man's family. The man died in 2004 after a 4,000 pound crate of glass fell on him as he was loading it at Guardian's plant in DeWitt.

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Doyle proposes expansion of tax break for tuition

Posted: 10/25/2006 - Democratic Governor Jim Doyle made his third tax break proposal of his re-election campaign on Wednesday, promising to expand a tax deduction for college tuition.

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3rd District congressional candidates tangle over Iraq

Posted: 10/25/2006 - The two candidates in the 3rd Congressional District tangled Tuesday night over the war in Iraq. A standing-room-only crowd packed a room at UW La Crosse for a debate between Democratic incumbent Ron Kind and Republican challenger Paul Nelson.

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