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Lawsuit over Pagan Symbol Affects Wisconsinites

Updated: 11/13/2006 - Pagans, Wiccans and Druids say they're not being given the same religious rights as other Americans from the V.A. ... now, they're suing the federal government to level the playing field.

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Police Officers Want to Make Sure "Tweens" are Buckling Up

Posted: 11/13/2006 - The Safe Community Coalition of Madison and Dane County says tweens, or children between the ages of eight and 15 years old, are the only age group in the nation with rising traffic fatality rates.

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Former UW Football Player Will Spend 1 Year Behind Bars

Updated: 11/14/2006 - This past summer former UW football player Booker Stanley was convicted of beating, choking and sexually assaulting his ex-girlfriend last December. A judge sentenced Stanley to 1 year in county jail and 7 years of probation on Monday.

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Deerfield Village Considering Cutting Police Department

Updated: 11/14/2006 - The Deerfield Village Board needs to make cuts in the police department, and they are considering eliminating their entire department and contracting out with the Dane County Sheriff's Department.

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Annual Week of Warmth Kicks Off

Posted: 11/13/2006 - The annual week of warmth kicked off on Monday in the Madison Area. The fundraiser is designed to help keep Wisconsin families warm. Customers who visit Culver's this week and donate a dollar, will get a dollar off coupon for their next Culver's visit.

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Evansville Considering Cutting Half-Day Kindergarten

Posted: 11/13/2006 - Evansville's school board is expected to decide Monday night whether to eliminate its half-day kindergarten class in exchange for another full-day class that the district administrator says will boost revenue and reduce expenses.

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Toy Tour to Help Children in South Central Wisconsin

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Posted: 11/13/2006 - A Madison area radio station and bank hope you will dig deep to help underprivileged children in South Central Wisconsin. Connie and Fish's Toy Tour 2006 officially kicks off November 20th.

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Oregon Breaks Ground on New Community Sports Arena

Posted: 11/13/2006 - Ground was broken Monday in Oregon for a new Community Sports Arena. The facility will eventually offer numerous health and entertainment related events and activities.

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Racine Man Found Guilty in Fatal Shooting

Posted: 11/13/2006 - A Racine man is found guilty this afternoon of fatally shooting one man and wounding another he said were breaking into his girlfriend's car.

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Newly-Hired Firefighters Could be Smoke Free

Posted: 11/13/2006 - Some Eau Claire firefighters could be banned from smoking. Others won't be. The Police and Fire Commission is expected to discuss hiring regulations for new firefighters during a meeting Thursday. Those rules would demand that new firefighters refrain from using tobacco.

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Miller Union Asks for Strike Authorization

Posted: 11/13/2006 - The union representing office workers at Miller Brewing Company will vote on authorizing a strike in case a contract agreement can't be reached.

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Energy Department Agrees to New Appliance Efficiency Standards

Posted: 11/13/2006 - Nearly two dozen household appliances will have to meet new federal guidelines aimed at boosting their energy efficiency. The Department of Energy has settled a lawsuit by Wisconsin and 14 other states which sued after the agency failed to enact stronger energy standards.

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Lasee: Don't Expect Death Penalty Any Time Soon

Posted: 11/13/2006 - A majority of voters in Wisconsin back the death penalty. But, Senator Alan Lasee says it won't be enough to make it a law after Democrats made gains in the Legislature.

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40 Servicemen and Women Honored

Updated: 11/13/2006 - On this Veterans Day weekend, 40 servicemen and women in the state received top honors. They were recognized Sunday at the 42nd annual Wisconsin Military Achievement Awards in the Capitol Rotunda.

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The Final Answer

Updated: 11/12/2006 - Wisconsin Senator Russ Feingold says he's decided against seeking the Democratic nomination for president in 2008.

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Rockin' For Reja

Updated: 11/11/2006 - A healthy newborn baby is all most parents hope for. But for one Dane county couple, their healthy newborn started getting sick. She was diagnosed with biliary atresia. Now hundreds of their friends, as well as some strangers, have come together to raise money and hope for one little girl.

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Standing in Support of Veterans

Updated: 11/11/2006 - On Saturday, veterans of all wars honored the men and women who carry out their military duties without question, including those who made the ultimate sacrifice. The holiday fell on the same week the White House questioned its direction in the War in Iraq, by welcoming a new Secretary of Defense.

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Ceremony Salutes Area Veterans

Posted: 11/10/2006 - A ceremony was held at Portage High School saluting area veterans. Students learned the history behind the pledge of allegiance, watched a video tribute, and got the chance to see a simulation of a military funeral.

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First Snow Storm of the Season

Posted: 11/10/2006 - Several inches of snow hit Southern Wisconsin, causing several roll overs and crashes. It is the first big snow fall of the year and many people say they are not ready.

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Challenges to the New Marriage Amendment

Posted: 11/10/2006 - It's the first of what could be a number of challenges to the new Marriage Amendment that passed in Wisconsin Tuesday. A Middleton legislator says he'll propose a constitutional amendment to ban discrimination in our state.

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