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City Lifts Drinking Water Advisory

Updated: 07/18/2006 - It appears Madison's water worries are over, now that the city's public health department has cancelled its health advisory.

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Sweaty Sportsmanship

Updated: 07/17/2006 - Many organizations held their baseball tournaments this weekend, without rearranging schedules to accommodate for the heat.

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Middleton Swimmers Sunk

Updated: 07/16/2006 - Middleton had one very cool pool, but not a swimmer in sight Sunday evening. Lifeguards say a child became sick, contaminating the water.

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American Girl Doll Sale

Updated: 07/17/2006 - A local fundraiser pulled in more than one million dollars this weekend, thanks to some dolls in high demand.

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Camp for People with Disabilities Celebrates 40 Years

Updated: 07/17/2006 - Summer camp is, of course, a break from the routine, a place to try all of the activities nature has to offer. And one camp gives campers with developmental disabilities that opportunity.

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Curfew Crackdown Curbs Teen Crime

Updated: 07/15/2006 - Janesville Police are cracking down on teen curfew to try and prevent crimes, such as the vandalism at Rotary Gardens.

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Local Band Says Good-Bye To Leader

Updated: 07/15/2006 - They took their skills north of the border; now a local band is welcomed home by fans with a lot of fanfare. And their band leader is taking it all in for the last time.

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UW Settles Lawsuit with Madison Employee

Posted: 07/14/2006 - The state is paying $145,000 to settle a lawsuit brought by a UW-Madison employee who claimed she was retaliated against after criticizing school policy.

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Nazi Rally Coming to Capitol

Posted: 07/14/2006 - A group calling itself the largest Nazi party in the U.S. will demonstrate at the State Capitol next month.

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TDS Reports Phone Scam

Updated: 07/14/2006 - The telecommunications company TDS says a person is preying on its Telecom and Metrocom subscribers.

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Crews Prepared For Blow-Ups

Updated: 07/14/2006 - 95 degrees is hot enough, but pavement temperatures can reach 115 degrees or higher. That can cause the pavement to buckle. Road crews call it blowing up.

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