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Oshkosh homicide suspect in custody

Posted: 10/25/2006 - The man charged in a fatal stabbing at an Oshkosh apartment last July is in custody in Mississippi. James Shields is charged in a warrant with killing his neighbor Charles Rayner.

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Couple's fourth child arrives along interstate

Posted: 10/25/2006 - A Milwaukee County sheriff's deputy couldn't have predicted what was in store for him at work on Tuesday. After making a routine traffic stop, the deputy helped deliver a newborn along Interstate 94.

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Water quality agreement has run its course, report says

Posted: 10/24/2006 - An agreement between the United States and Canada on cleaning up the Great Lakes has been in place for more than three decades. But, a panel now is urging that it be scrapped in favor of a more effective, modern strategy.

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CTM Survives Near Bankruptcy, Will Reopen

Updated: 10/25/2006 - Ten months ago, CTM Madison Family Theater let all their staff go and the rest of the season's shows were cancelled. After raising nearly $500,000, they're back in show business.

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Sex Offenders and Trick or Treating

Posted: 10/24/2006 - A gruesome attack more than 30 years ago led Wisconsin law enforcement to tighten its grip on sex offenders during Halloween trick or treating.

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Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center gets a Facelift

Posted: 10/24/2006 - Madison's Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center is one of ten "helpful places" around the country to win a $10,000 renovation from Ace Hardware. It's part of the company's 3rd annual "New Faces for Helpful Places" charity campaign.

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Light the Way to Safety

Posted: 10/24/2006 - The Madison Fire Department is handing out free flashlights to children for Halloween. The 5,000 flashlights are available to kids 12 and under, while supplies last.

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Child Safety in Spotlight

Posted: 10/24/2006 - A bizarre accident out of La Crosse is drawing attention to children's safety. Last week, a 7-year-old boy died after accidentally hanging himself with a sock on the railing of his bed. Police aren't saying how it happened, but the story is making parents and caregivers think twice.

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Bird Flu Battle - State says it's prepared

Posted: 10/24/2006 - Those who raise poultry in the state spent the day getting an update on Wisconsin's efforts to fight Avian Flu. Since 2003 bird flu has been responsible for more than 150 deaths throughout the far east and in Europe.

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Fox praises Doyle over stem cell research in new ad

Posted: 10/24/2006 - A television ad for Democratic Governor Jim Doyle is the latest done by actor Michael J Fox, who's backing candidates across the country who support embryonic stem cell research.

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Falk returns to airwaves in Wisconsin AG's race

Posted: 10/24/2006 - Attorney general candidate Kathleen Falk launched her first television ad since the primary on Tuesday. Falk's campaign is spending $160,000 to air the 30-second spot on stations in Milwaukee and Green Bay.

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Green Bay Plant explosion injures two

Posted: 10/24/2006 - An explosion at a Green Bay packing company has injured two people. The explosion happened Tuesday morning at the Packerland Packing water plant.

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Lawyers want to keep license, even if they owe taxes

Posted: 10/24/2006 - Wisconsin attorneys say they should be able to keep their law license even if they've failed to pay state taxes. State Bar president Steve Levine is urging the state Supreme Court not to give the Department of Revenue the power to suspend law licenses for tax delinquents.

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Green Bay woman arrested after trying to stab son

Posted: 10/24/2006 - A Green Bay woman is in jail after trying to stab her 15-year-old son on Monday night. Officers say the incident started when the boy and his sisters were horsing around and the mother was called home to break it up.

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Teen pleads not guilty in plot to attack Green Bay school

Posted: 10/23/2006 - One of the three teens accused of plotting a Columbine-like attack at a Green Bay high school has pleaded not guilty. He and two others are accused of planning to kill students at East High School last month with guns and bombs.

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The Politics of Name Calling

Posted: 10/23/2006 - Negative political ads are increasing as the election gets closer. And experts say they've become a crucial (if undesirable) part of our political process.

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Portage Principal Killed In Accident

Updated: 10/24/2006 - The Portage Junior High principal died in a wood-cutting accident Sunday. School was in session Monday, but after school activities were cancelled.

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