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Fatal Car Crash backs up I-90

Posted: 10/06/2006 - A man driving the wrong way on the Interstate is being blamed for a deadly crash just north of Janesville on Friday morning.

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UW regents vote to oppose ban on gay marriage

Posted: 10/06/2006 - UW System regents voted on Friday to oppose the ban on gay marriage on the November ballot. The regents say it will hurt their ability to recruit and retain gay and lesbian employees.

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Doyle, Green tout themselves as best for Milwaukee

Posted: 10/06/2006 - Democratic Governor Jim Doyle and Republican Congressman Mark Green both positioned themselves on Friday as the best candidate to address the city of Milwaukee's needs.

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Oktoberfest keeps ER busy

Posted: 10/06/2006 - A doctor at a La Crosse hospital emergency room says he saw more cases and higher levels of intoxication on the opening weekend of Oktoberfest than in his 32 years of working during the event.

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Schools rethink security

Posted: 10/06/2006 - Recent acts of violence in schools in Wisconsin and around the country have some school administrators reviewing security policies.

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State economic pace cools

Posted: 10/06/2006 - The pace of Wisconsin's economic activity slowed in the first half of the year. Commercial real estate construction and steady employment helped put the brakes on a faster decline.

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Madison Area Robbery Ring Busted

Posted: 10/05/2006 - Madison Police say four suspects involved in a series of armed robberies during the past two months have been caught. Police say one suspect admitted to seven robberies, two of them at Supreme Pizza.

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Second death confirmed from tainted spinach

Posted: 10/05/2006 - Health officials say a two-year-old boy who died from kidney failure last month in Idaho had been infected with the same strain of E. coli bacteria that prompted a nationwide consumer warning on fresh spinach.

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UW-La Crosse stirs debate over plan to hike tuition

Posted: 10/05/2006 - UW-La Crosse has proposed a major tuition increase as part of a plan to hire more professors and recruit more poor and minority students. The plan calls for an increase in tuition of $1,320 over three years on top of any statewide increases for inflation.

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Badger Game Black Out

Updated: 10/08/2006 - If you don't have a ticket to Saturday's Badger football game, the lack of TV, and limited Internet, coverage means you probably won't be seeing the game anywhere.

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Got milked? Robot puts cow in control of milking

Posted: 10/05/2006 - A Swedish company is marketing a machine that lets cows milk themselves. The self-serve milker uses lasers and a camera to guide a robotic arm to the cows' teats.

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Sun Prairie Goodyear Plant workers on strike

Posted: 10/05/2006 - About 250 union employees at Sun Prairie's Goodyear plant walked off the job today. Union representatives say most employees are willing to pay more for healthcare, but are now having to fight to keep their existing benefits.

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School Takes Charge After Tragedy

Posted: 10/05/2006 - After a frightening chain of events Friday, students in the Weston school district returned to class Thursday morning, calling for things to be back to normal. Administrators say fear has been replaced by a sense of determination for students, teachers and parents.

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Cure for the flu shows promise at UW-Madison

Posted: 10/05/2006 - UW-Madison researchers say they've been working for the last two years to find a new chemical compound that will both treat and prevent influenza and the bird flu. They say so far, the compound has been successful in the lab.

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Body found during search for missing boater

Posted: 10/05/2006 - Calumet County sheriff's authorities have found a body on Lake Winnebago. Authorities had been searching for 36-year-old Pao Yang after they found his empty boat. No formal identification of the body has been made yet.

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Chief says she'll move to fire Schabel

Posted: 10/05/2006 - Milwaukee's police chief says she'll begin the process to fire one of the two police officers who are pleading guilty to federal charges in the Frank Jude beating.

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Classes resume at Weston Schools

Cazenovia Shooting

Posted: 10/05/2006 - Some students wore ``John Klang is a Super Hero'' T-shirts on Thursday when they returned to the school where their principal was slain. It's the first day back since Klang was shot and killed in a hallway of the high school last Friday.

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Suspect in St. Paul puppy killings held

Posted: 10/05/2006 - Authorities in Milwaukee are holding a man suspected of killing ten pit-bull puppies in St. Paul, Minnesota. St. Paul authorities have wanted to question the man about the puppy killings last August.

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