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Funding for Stem Cell Work May Get Chopped

Updated: 06/03/2005 - The Joint Finance Committee could vote as early as Friday on a proposal prohibiting taxpayer money from being used for embryonic stem cell research.

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Alzheimer's Research Money

Updated: 06/03/2005 - Governor Doyle was happy with a Joint Finance decision to allocate $2.5 million for Alzheimer's Research at the University of Wisconsin.

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Frier to Stand Trial

Updated: 06/03/2005 - One of two men accused of a three county crime spree will stand trial in Dane County next month.

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Starting Out Strong

Updated: 06/02/2005 - It was a winning game for the Madison Mallard's opener. The team topped the Mankato Moon Dogs 4-1, and more than 5,100 fans came out to watch.

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More Money Needed to Fund Public Pool

Updated: 06/02/2005 - Madison is looking for ways Wednesday to pay for some unexpected costs for the city's first public swimming pool.

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Wal-Mart Rally

Updated: 06/01/2005 - The nation's largest retailer is the target of a rally at the Capitol Wednesday.

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Wisc. Innocence Project Work

Updated: 06/02/2005 - The Wisconsin Innocence Project is hard at work again, this time it's looking into the deaths of two elderly sisters from Kewaunee County in 1991.

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Rock Co. Coroner Resigns

Updated: 06/02/2005 - The newly chosen Rock County Coroner submits his resignation just eight days after taking office.

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Minimum Wage Decrease in Madison

Updated: 06/02/2005 - The new statewide minimum wage increase went into effect Wednesday, but some workers could actually get a pay decrease.

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Bassett St. Sexual Assault

Updated: 06/02/2005 - Another report of a sexual assault in downtown Madison, this is the second reported assault in two and a half weeks.

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Fertilizer Thefts

Updated: 06/02/2005 - Methamphetamine makers seem to be finding their drug ingredients on Wisconsin farms.

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Taube Suspended

Updated: 06/02/2005 - The head of the Rock County Salvation Army has been suspended.

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Oregon Fire District Dispute Continues

Updated: 05/31/2005 - The Oregon Area Fire/EMS District names interim chief while dealing with ongoing controversy surrounding a Village of Oregon proposal.

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End of Life Medicaid Planning

Updated: 05/31/2005 - Some state lawmakers would like to require every person that receives Medicaid to sign a living will.

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Tallard Jury Selections

Updated: 05/31/2005 - Jury selections for an Iowa County man accused of a deadly beating in April of 2004 are scheduled to begin Friday.

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Oswald Sentencing

Updated: 05/31/2005 - Ted Oswald, the man convicted in a murder-crime spree from 11 years ago, is handed down more than two life sentences.

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Smoking Ban Effects on Convention Business

Updated: 05/31/2005 - A smoking ban is causing some groups to change their minds about holding conventions in Appleton; will a similar ban in Madison have the same effects?

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