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Clinic, Staffer Charged in Patient Death

Posted: 12/01/2006 - The Rice Lake counseling center where a 7-year-old girl was asphyxiated has been criminally charged. A staff member also faces a misdemeanor for administering the chokehold that led to the death of Angellika Arndt.

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Will Eau Clarie Go Along with Fuzzy Thurston Bridge?

Posted: 12/01/2006 - Altoona wants to name a new bridge that connects the community to Eau Clarie after one of its favorite sons. But, it remains to be seen whether Eau Claire will go along with naming the bridge after Fuzzy Thurston, the standout left guard from the Lombardi-era Green Bay Packers.

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Man Convicted in Fatal OWI Crash Sentenced

Posted: 12/01/2006 - A Manitowoc man convicted in a fatal drunken driving crash is sentenced to three years behind bars. 34-year-old John Kiehn was driving a pickup truck that crossed the center line on Highway 151 last June and hit two other vehicles.

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Proposed Disease Lab Stirs Up Controversy

Updated: 12/01/2006 - A proposed federal laboratory in the town of Dunn is not sitting well with some local residents. If built, the federal laboratory would perform studies on foreign animal diseases.

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Man Sentenced for Harboring Illegal Immigrants

Posted: 11/30/2006 - A Romanian citizen who failed to answer questions during his last court appearance has pleaded guilty to running an illegal employment scheme in North Dakota and other states, including Wisconsin.

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Half of Nursing Home's 40 Residents Have Symptoms of Stomach Virus

Posted: 11/30/2006 - About half of the 40 residents at a nursing home in Bloomer have the symptoms of a highly contagious stomach virus. Doctor John Larson says one resident at Maplewood Nursing Home died of pneumonia Monday, but it's not confirmed the death is related to the virus.

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Guilty Verdict in Green Bay Assault, Slashing Case

Posted: 11/30/2006 - A jury found a man guilty today on charges that he raped and slashed the throat of a woman he had picked up in downtown Green Bay. Authorities say 45-year-old Leon Tart of De Pere offered the 23-year-old woman a ride home from a bar early on October 1st of last year.

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No Call List Renewals Due By Tomorrow

Posted: 11/30/2006 - Don't like to be bothered at home by telemarketers? If you're on the state's 'no call' list you have until tomorrow to renew your spot for another 2 years. If you register by tomorrow, your renewal continues uninterrupted through December 31st of 2008.

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Firefighters Rescue Man from Silo

Updated: 12/01/2006 - The Deerfield Fire Department rescued a man who was trapped inside a silo for several hours. Authorities say the man was working in the silo and couldn't get out. Firefighters were able to get him out using a rope rescue system.

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Wisconsin Cornerback Arrested in Illinois for Suspected Theft

Posted: 11/30/2006 - Police in Illinois say a University of Wisconsin football player was arrested over the weekend and faces charges of residential burglary and criminal trespass. DeKalb police say sophomore cornerback Jack Ikegwuonu and his brother Bill were arrested Saturday.

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Madison Drivers React to Milwaukee Bus Crash

Updated: 12/01/2006 - Madison bus drivers say they don't know how a Milwaukee bus driver who crashed with a bus full of kids on Wednesday, was ever allowed to drive without having a basic drivers' license.

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Weston School Security Upgrades Help Healing Process

Updated: 12/01/2006 - The Weston School District is getting more support, following September's tragic shooting of a principal. On Thursday, State Superintendent of Schools Elizabeth Burmaster awarded Weston a $25,000 grant to upgrade security.

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Madison Mayoral Candidates Set For April '07

Posted: 11/30/2006 - Madison Mayor Dave Cieslewicz has officially declared he will run for another term. Challenger Ray Allen announced he was running last May. The election is next April.

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Cities prepare for Old Man Winter

Posted: 11/30/2006 - Heavy snow is forecast south and east of Madison prompting cities and officials to prepare for winter driving weather.

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More Charges to be Filed in Assault-Porn Case

Posted: 11/30/2006 - Police say more possible young victims have come forward and more charges are expected against a Janesville man accused sexually assaulting children and possessing child pornography.

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Sara Lee Plant to Pick Up Jobs as Sister Plant Cuts Ranks

Sara Lee Recall

Posted: 11/30/2006 - The Sara Lee plant in New London will be adding an undisclosed number of new jobs after a sister plant in Mississippi cuts operations tomorrow. The New London plant produces ham, hot dogs and sausages under the labels of Ball Park, Bryan and Hillshire.

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Few Rowdy Fans Kicked Out of Camp Randall This Season

Posted: 11/30/2006 - A dozen rowdy fans at Camp Randall Stadium had their tickets revoked this year. A new ticket revocation policy instituted this season resulted in 4 public season ticket holders and 8 UW students having their tickets taken away.

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Man Found Not Guilty Due to Mental Disease in Officer Stabbing

Posted: 11/30/2006 - A man accused of stabbing a police officer has been found not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect in Manitowoc County. Eric Schuette faces up to 40 years of confinement in a mental health facility to treat his schizophrenia.

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Howard Student Admits to Threatening Notes

Posted: 11/30/2006 - A student in Howard has been taken into custody at Bay View Middle School after confessing to leaving a series of threatening notes in the school over the last 2 months.

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Police Searching for Clues Drain Pond

Posted: 11/30/2006 - Police investigating the murder of a Wisconsin woman who was killed at a Burger King in northern Illinois drained a pond in search of evidence.

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Young Women Still Waiting for the HPV Vaccine

Updated: 11/30/2006 - The HPV, or human papilloma virus vaccine, may protect women from developing cervical cancer. It is safe and effective, but women could have to wait until January before they can get their first doses.

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