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Going Wireless

Updated: 10/16/2006 - In the 80s, cordless phones changes the way we communicated. Now, some twenty years later, Internet users are taking advantage of the same wireless technology.

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Troubles continue for Wisconsin special ed system

Posted: 10/15/2006 - Educators who worked with slain school principal John Klang and others throughout the state say the special education system is in jeopardy because of continued cuts.

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Wausau woman's death likely a homicide

Posted: 10/15/2006 - Wausau police expect to turn over the homicide death of a 23-year-old woman last week to the district attorney's office in the next few days.

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Racine woman leaves dog for dead

Posted: 10/15/2006 - A 29-year-old woman from Racine faces at least four years in prison after being charged in connection with the death of her pit bull.

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Badgers Blow Out Homecoming

Updated: 10/16/2006 - The Badgers topped Minnesota's Golden Gophers in a big way this homecoming and for the badger fans that found thier way back to Madison to see the badgers take on the gophers in the battle for the axe, it was a very happy homecoming.

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Internet Brings In Young Voters

Updated: 10/14/2006 - You might call them the forgotten voters. Candidates rarely spend much time or money on this group because they tend not to head to the polls. Nowadays candidates turn to the internet to grab the attention of one of the most fickle set of voters young people.

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U-W Band Marches On

Updated: 10/15/2006 - A Badger homecoming would be incomplete without the music and fancy footwork of the U–W marching band. The school put the band on probation after reports of misconduct and inappropriate behavior, but the band played on for homecoming, despite hitting a sour note earlier in the week.

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Wage cuts, reduced benefits for Harley-Davidson?

Updated: 10/14/2006 - Harley-Davidson Incorporated has asked a union to approve wage cuts for new employees by as much as one-third and reduced benefits for everyone in exchange for a $120 million expansion of the company's factories in Milwaukee.

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Possible charges for Kenosha student

Updated: 10/14/2006 - Police have asked that a ten-year-old boy be charged after bringing a butcher knife to school as part of his plan to stab and kill a boy who called him quote ``stupid.''

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Two dead in Vilas County car accident

Updated: 10/14/2006 - The Vilas County Sheriff's Department says two people are dead following a two vehicle crash yesterday in the Town of Lincoln.

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Detectives look at Steven Avery's digital camera

Posted: 10/13/2006 - Investigators are looking at Steven Avery's digital camera for any clues in the rape and murder of a photographer. According to a search warrant Avery's girlfriend gave detectives the Kodak camera in September while they were nterviewing her.

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Waukesha County retreat offers pastors rest, chance to renew

Posted: 10/13/2006 - Nancy Hagen says the ministers who show up on her doorstep at the Cedarly retreat center in Waukesha County have an ``overwhelming weariness." Hagen and her husband Andy host half a dozen ministers each week.

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Rigged SUV Rams Into Monona Business

Posted: 10/13/2006 - A bizarre accident sets off burglary alarms at a Monona business overnight. Police were called to Tuttle Lithography where an SUV crashed through the front office into the building. Police say someone rigged the gas pedal and let the vehicle go.

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Delivery Drivers Take Precautions After Muggings

Posted: 10/13/2006 - Two attacks on delivery drivers in southern Wisconsin this week has Madison drivers on edge. But they do have a plan in place to stay safe on their late night trips.

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