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Milwaukee Poll Workers Told to Pull Warning to Felons

Posted: 11/07/2006 - Milwaukee poll workers were ordered today to take down signs warning paroled felons they couldn't vote. The state Elections Board executive director, Kevin Kennedy, says some voters complained about the signs.

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Authorities say Madison Homicide Victim Bled to Death

Posted: 11/07/2006 - The Dane County coroner's office says the victim of a weekend homicide in Madison bled to death. But, police are still not releasing much information about how the death took place Saturday.

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Union Leaders say Agreement Reached with Harley

Posted: 11/07/2006 - Union officials say Harley-Davidson and leaders of its major Milwaukee-area union have reached an agreement aimed at inducing the motorcycle manufacturer to undertake a $120 million expansion in that area.

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Temps Move Into Sun Prairie Goodyear Plant

Updated: 11/07/2006 - It's been more than a month on strike for Sun Prairie's Goodyear plant workers ... on Monday, they watched as temporary replacement workers moved into their positions.

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Student Voters May Have Record Turnout

Updated: 11/07/2006 - As candidates and their supporters continue the push for their respective offices, students at UW-Madison are also preparing a big push to get their classmates out to the polls.

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Pharmacist Pleads Not Guilty to Reckless Homicide in Wife's Death

Posted: 11/06/2006 - A pharmacist accused of reckless homicide in causing the overdose death of his wife has pleaded not guilty to 5 felonies. Scott Isaacson owns a chain of Chippewa Valley pharmacies. Police say he caused the overdose of his wife, doctor Susan Momont.

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Candidates Shift Campaigns into High Gear

Posted: 11/06/2006 - Candidates all over Wisconsin are making their final push as Election Day nears. Challenger Mark Green was talking education at a high school in Appleton, while Governor Jim Doyle brought out Michael J. Fox to talk about stem cell research in Milwaukee.

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Semi Bursts Into Fire in Town of Verona

Posted: 11/06/2006 - A semitrailer transporting sawdust struck a guardrail, caught fire and exploded early Monday in the town of Verona. The Dane County Sheriff's Department says the accident happened around 4:00 a.m.

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Ready for the Rush?

Posted: 11/06/2006 - Wisconsin's new voter registration system will be put to the test Tuesday. It's going to require some veteran voters to register for the first time.

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Father Files Suit Against WIAA on Daughter's Behalf

Posted: 11/06/2006 - The father of an Eau Claire girl filed suit against the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association because the group says she cannot try out for the Eau Claire North High School boys' hockey team.

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West Wing Star Makes Calls for Group Opposing Gay Marriage Ban

Posted: 11/06/2006 - Actor Bradley Whitford is giving help to opponents of a proposed state constitutional amendment banning gay marriage. The entertainer recorded an automated telephone message that's gone to more than 200,000 voters

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People Warned About Jury Identity Theft Scam

Posted: 11/06/2006 - Marathon County's clerk of courts is warning residents about a new type of identity theft ploy that's struck 11 other states since 2005. Diane Sennholz says the scam involves a fraudulent caller telling a potential victim that he or she didn't report to a jury duty assignment.

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Foul Play Not Suspected in Manitowoc Motel Death

Posted: 11/06/2006 - Manitowoc Police say they don't suspect foul play in the death of a 55-year-old woman at a Manitowoc motel. But they list the death as suspicious until the cause of death is determined.

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Goat, Sheep Milk Herds Expected to Grow in Wisconsin

Posted: 11/06/2006 - The Wisconsin Agricultural Statistics Service says more than 1/2 of all dairy goat and sheep milk producers in the state plan to increase the size of their milking herds during the next 5 years.

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Fox to Appear in Milwaukee for Doyle

Posted: 11/06/2006 - Actor Michael J. Fox is to appear at Milwaukee on Monday to support Governor Doyle's stand in favor of embryonic stem cell research. Fox, who has Parkinson's disease, has appeared in ads for the Democratic governor and other candidates who support the research.

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Wisconsin Man Sentenced on Hunting Charges

Posted: 11/06/2006 - A Wisconsin man has been ordered to pay fines of more than $2,300 for his part in an illegal waterfowl hunting operation in Leeds, North Dakota.

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