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Internet Threats: No Laughing Matter

Updated: 10/22/2006 - Authorities say 20-year-old Jake Brahm of Wauwatosa apparently was going for laughs when he decided to post Internet warnings of terrorist attacks against seven National Football League stadiums.

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Final Showdown

Posted: 10/21/2006 - Democratic Governor Jim Doyle and Republican challenger Mark Green got their last chance to confront each other face-to-face Friday night in La Crosse, in a debate televised statewide on public television.

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Tour De France Champion Floyd Landis Defends His Title

Updated: 10/21/2006 - Tour De France Champion Floyd Landis stopped by Madison to help with a fundraiser for the Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin. He answered questions from local residents about the recent Tour De France scandal but mainly focused on supporting bicyclists.

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Possible Jackson Pollock painting discovered in WI

Updated: 10/21/2006 - Rare painting that's thought to be a Jackson Pollock is set to be auctioned off in Southern Wisconsin. The authenticity of the painting has not been confirmed, but if it is an original, it could sell for as much as $11 million.

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Neighborhood Revitalization Continues

Updated: 10/20/2006 - Monroe Street residents are saying "Aloha" to a new Hawaiian-themed grocery store that could have more shoppers surfing neighborhood streets. City leaders say Trader Joe's could bring in much-needed revenue in the form of property taxes to Madison.

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Wisconsin Man Charged in NFL Hoax

Updated: 10/20/2006 - Twenty-year-old Jake Brahm of Wauwatosa has been formally charged for allegedly posting an Internet threat to set off dirty bombs at seven NFL Football Stadiums across the country.

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Halloween Brings In Business For Plumbers

Posted: 10/19/2006 - Madison's Capitol Plumbing says many people carve their pumpkins and throw the remainder of it in the sink or the toilet, which results in a lot of calls for plumbers.

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Hank Aaron stumps for Doyle

Posted: 10/19/2006 - Governor Doyle added a big bat to his campaign lineup on Thursday, introducing home run king Hank Aaron to an assembly at a Milwaukee middle school.

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American Girl wins injunction against rival doll maker

Posted: 10/19/2006 - A federal judge has ordered a toy company to stop promoting a doll and remove thousands of them from retailers' shelves by Saturday, because they're too similar to an American Girl doll.

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Tag, You're Out (Of the Playground)

Updated: 10/20/2006 - A Massachusetts school district made national headlines Wednesday, when its leaders shocked the country by banning tag on its plagrounds during recess, while some Madison schools already have a tag ban in place.

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UW-Madison students cast their ballots for a new look on campus

Posted: 10/19/2006 - UW-Madison students are casting their ballots and the result may mean an increase in student fees, while at the same time bringing a new look to campus. Students are voting on an initiative which would improve Memorial Union and build a new union South.

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Clergyman Recounts Relationship With Dahmer

Updated: 10/20/2006 - Madison Reverend Roy Ratcliff knew Jeffrey Dahmer less than a year, but in that time, Ratcliff helped Dahmer turn to God. He's now written a book, one he says will teach readers just as much about their own beliefs as a murderer's.

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Lafayette County authorities investigating a Murder

Updated: 10/20/2006 - Authorities in Lafayette County are investigating a murder after a man's body was found inside of a car. Authorities are still trying to identify the victim, and have not released his name. An autopsy is under way.

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Semi Driver Survives Crash Into Cobb Home

Updated: 10/20/2006 - A semi driver causes a spectacle in a small town in Iowa County Thursday morning, after his truck plows into the front of a house in Cobb. Both the driver and the homeowner, who was sleeping on the other side of the house at the time, survived the crash.

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FBI interviews Milwaukee man in football stadium threat

Posted: 10/19/2006 - The FBI is hoping a 20-year-old man might help them figure out who's responsible for posting threats on the Internet about dirty bomb attacks on NFL stadiums this weekend. The threats appeared to be phony.

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Dangerous Time of Year For CO Poisoning

Posted: 10/18/2006 - Experts say flu symptoms may indicate carbon monoxide poisoning. Service specialists say the best way to protect your family from carbon monoxide is to get a detector.

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