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Plea Deal in the Works for Juneau Co. Double-Homicide Suspect

Updated: 06/25/2014 - A plea deal is in the works in the murder of a Wisconsin Rapids woman and her boyfriend, according to the special prosecutor in the case. Mike Luell tells NewsChannel 7 the deal is with John Tetting, Junior, who is one of two men accused of murdering Tabatha Nealy and Joshua Alderman of La Crosse in March 2007.

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Feingold Says Personal Attacks Could End Up Helping McCain

Updated: 03/28/2008 - U.S. Senator Russ Feingold says personal attacks between the Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton campaigns for the Democratic presidential nomination could end up helping presumptive Republican nominee John McCain if they continue.

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Friends of Family Make Frantic 911 Call to Police

Updated: 04/29/2008 - Authorities say a frantic 911 call to the Marathon County Sheriff's Department from the home of an 11-year-old Weston girl who died from untreated diabetes was made by friends of the girl's parents.

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Assembly Speaker Says He Expects Budget Resolution Within Days

Posted: 03/27/2008 - The Republican speaker of the state Assembly says he expects a solution to the state's $527 million budget shortfall within days. Speaker Mike Huebsch of West Salem said Thursday in an interview with the WisconsinEye cable network that talks so far have been very productive and substantive.

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Wausau Man Celebrating 84th Birthday Fatally Chokes on Piece of Steak

Posted: 03/27/2008 - Police say an elderly man celebrating his 84th birthday at a restaurant died after he choked on a piece of steak. The Marathon County Sheriff's Department says Donald Builer of Wausau was celebrating at The Loading Zone in the town of Wausau with family members on Wednesday night when the incident occurred.

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Wis. Governor Signs Heated Sidewalks Bill Into Law

Posted: 03/26/2008 - Just as winter begins to loosen its grip in Wisconsin, the state's unique ban on heated sidewalks is no more. Gov. Jim Doyle signed a bill Wednesday that abolishes a state law prohibiting heated sidewalks, stairs, entrance ways and pedestrian walkways.

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Anaerobic Digesters: Why They’re Becoming More Popular With Farmers

Updated: 03/26/2008 - Gale Gordon decided to install an anaerobic digester when he built Deer Ridge Dairy six years ago, and he doesn't regret that decision. But even with all of its perks, only 18 digesters are operating on farms across Wisconsin. However, that number will be rising quite a bit in the next few years for some key reasons.

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More Than $2 Million Spent on TV Ads in Supreme Court Race So Far

Posted: 03/26/2008 - More than $2.1 million has been spent on television advertising in the state Supreme Court race that will be decided Tuesday. A new study shows that outside groups that don't have to report who supports them have spent nine times as much on ads as the two candidates.

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Monitoring Group Blasts Ad Attacking Gableman on Sex Offenders

Posted: 03/26/2008 - A group monitoring the Supreme Court race says a television ad attacking Judge Michael Gableman as soft on sex offenders is misleading. The political arm of the Wisconsin Education Association Council, the state's largest teacher's union, started airing the ad on Monday night.

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Natural Resources Board Approves VHS Rule Change

Posted: 03/26/2008 - The state Natural Resources Board has approved a plan that would allow anglers to re-use bait minnows. The board had adopted rules to stop the spread of viral hemorrhagic septicemia that prevent the movement of any fish off any Wisconsin waters.

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NEW INFO: Online Ministry Speaks Against Modern Medicine

Updated: 04/29/2008 - The mother of the 11-year-old Weston girl who died of an untreated diabetic condition apparently was active on an online religious site that appears to condemn the use of modern medicine.

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Former Sen. George, a Felon, to Get His Law License Back

Posted: 03/26/2008 - A former state senator and convicted felon will soon be able to practice law again in Wisconsin. The state Supreme Court has declined a recommendation to revoke Gary George's law license for misconduct.

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