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It's Back to Work for Georgia Thompson

Updated: 04/21/2007 - It's back to work Monday for Georgia Thompson. The state worker was convicted in federal court last June on charges that she illegally steered a travel contract to a company whose executives donated to Governor Jim Doyle's re-election campaign.

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March of the Flamingos at the Henry Vilas Zoo

Updated: 04/21/2007 - The Flamingos at Henry Vilas Zoo were marched outside Friday from their indoor enclosure. Most of the birds are more than 20 years old so they knew where they were going and followed leader of the flock.

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New Water Woe: Finding New Well Site

Updated: 04/21/2007 - Isthmus residents are happy that one of the city's water wells is about to go dry for good. Thursday night, the Madison Water Utility proposed to abandon well three this summer. In doing so, it will have to look for a site to build a new one.

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Teacher: Hainstock Wanted to Fight Me

Updated: 04/21/2007 - A music teacher testified Friday that a boy teen accused of gunning down his principal once threw a chair across the room and challenged her to a fight over a spitball shooter.

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Gas Prices Expected to Stabilize

Posted: 04/20/2007 - Gas prices in Wisconsin are averaging $2.90 a gallon. But experts say they shouldn't climb to $3 before Memorial Day.

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Clark County Residents Asked for Information on Wild Pigs

Posted: 04/20/2007 - Wild pigs may have caused an outbreak of pseudorabies in a swine herd in central Wisconsin. Clark County's emergency management director says they want residents to report any signs of the wild pigs.

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Fire Damages Madison Commercial Building

Updated: 04/20/2007 - The Madison fire department is investigating a massive fire on the city's east side. Crews responded to the fire around 2:30 Friday morning on the 1700 block of Commercial Ave.

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NTSB Official: Crashed Bus Likely had Lights on Low Beam

Posted: 04/19/2007 - A witness says the bus carrying the Chippewa Falls High School marching band likely had its headlights on low beam when it smashed into an overturned semitrailer truck blocking the road, killing 5 people on the bus.

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Jurors Hear Dassey's Voice for First Time

Posted: 04/19/2007 - Jurors at the murder and rape trial of Brendan Dassey heard the teen speak for the first time Thursday -- in audio that was recorded about a week after the crime.

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School Steps Up Security Because of New Threat

Posted: 04/19/2007 - The Green Bay High School where a Columbine-like attack was planned last fall is stepping up security because of a bomb threat on the anniversary of the Colorado shootings.

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Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Wisconsin Native

Posted: 04/19/2007 - The US Supreme Court is hearing a case involving a Hayward native on death row. The question the court must answer is this. When is someone too mentally ill to execute?

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Fond du Lac Man Dies in Hunting Accident

Posted: 04/19/2007 - A Fond du Lac man has died while turkey hunting in Adams County. The sheriff's department says the 65-year-old man accidentally shot himself while hunting in the Town of Strongs Prairie near Arkdale.

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