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NEW INFO: Obama Has Resounding Victory in Wisconsin's Democratic Primary

Updated: 02/20/2008 - Illinois Senator Barack Obama won Wisconsin's Democratic primary Tuesday night over rival Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton by a margin far wider than any poll predicted. Obama says that he's still got "months and miles" to go for the Democratic nomination and it won't be easy.

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NEW INFO: McCain Easily Beats Huckabee, Now Presumes He's the Nominee

Updated: 02/20/2008 - Arizona Senator John McCain soundly beat back a spirited effort from long-shot candidate Mike Huckabee to win the Republican primary in Wisconsin Tuesday night. McCain's big victory in Wisconsin wasn't surprising given that his nomination as the GOP candidate is all but sewn up.

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New York Giants Player Tackles Next Big Adventure

Updated: 02/20/2008 - Rich Seubert was welcomed home to Rozellville today with the unveiling of 4 signs that will be placed on the outskirts of town. They say Rozellville is the proud home of the NFL player and Super Bowl Champion.

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Digital Television: What You Need to Know - Part 2 - Your Options

Updated: 02/19/2008 - February 17th of 2009 - that's the date TV stations will no longer broadcast analog signals, and switch to all-digital. For most of you, the change should be painless. But if you have an older TV, and don't subscribe to cable or satellite service - be warned. The stations you usually pull in with just an antenna will be blacked out.

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Deal to Keep Wisconsin Virtual Schools Open is in Doubt

Posted: 02/19/2008 - A plan to allow students to remain enrolled in online charter schools is in doubt after the governor said he wanted last-minute changes. Gov. Jim Doyle told lawmakers that he wanted a study of how students are being served in those schools and a cap on enrollment at the existing level in the meantime.

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Wind Chill in Wisconsin Could Drop to 40 Below Tuesday Night

Updated: 02/19/2008 - An arctic cold front moving into Wisconsin will bring wind chills that could dip to as much as 40 below in parts of the state overnight. The National Weather Service has issued a wind chill advisory for Tuesday night and Wednesday morning in northern and western Wisconsin.

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Obama Jabs at Clinton's Staff Following Allegations of Plagiarism

Updated: 02/19/2008 - Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama is jabbing back at rival Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign. He kicked off a speech in front of about 3,000 people at Beloit College by saying he knows people have been going through his "kindergarten papers."

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Huckabee Says a Victory Tuesday Would be 'Unexpected, Huge Thing'

Updated: 02/19/2008 - Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee says an upset victory in Wisconsin's presidential primary on Tuesday would shake up the race for the Republican nomination. Huckabee told reporters in Appleton that he hoped conservative Republicans and voters opposed to abortion rights would propel him to a victory over Sen. John McCain.

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Brewers' Sheets Says He's Plenty Capable

Posted: 02/19/2008 - Ben Sheets says that injuries he's suffered the past three years haven't diminished his capability as a pitcher. His goal this season is to pitch 200 innings, something he hasn't done since 2004.

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Felons On Parole/Probation Can't Vote in Wisconsin Tuesday

Posted: 02/19/2008 - 40,000 citizens in Wisconsin won't be voting on this primary election day. They are felons who are either on probation or parole. And, unlike some other states, Wisconsin prohibits them from casting their vote.

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Task Force Approves Energy Saving Recommendations

Posted: 02/19/2008 - The Governor's Task Force on Global Warming Tuesday unanimously approved recommendations to cut energy use and erect wind turbines on Lake Michigan and Lake Superior. The recommendations will be forwarded to Governor Doyle.

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Wis. Senate Votes to Allow Cell Phones On No-Call List

Posted: 02/19/2008 - The state Senate has approved a measure that would prohibit telemarketers from calling Wisconsin residents' cell phones. It also would require telemarketers to honor any request made over the phone to stop calling.

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NEW INFO: Jury Deciding Fate of Man Accused of Poisoning, Stifling Wife

Updated: 02/19/2008 - The jurors deciding whether Mark Jensen killed his wife have spent more than 12 hours Tuesday deliberating. Several times they've asked for pieces of evidence, including Julie Jensen's letter that she left with a neighbor to give to police if anything should happen to her.

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NEW INFO: Turnout for Primary Breaks Expectations

Updated: 02/20/2008 - Turnout in Wisconsin's primary broke predictions despite bitterly cold weather. About 37 percent of eligible voters, or about one and a-half million people, voted in the presidential primary. The 37 percent was the highest since nearly 39 percent in the 1988 primary.

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NEW INFO: Deputy Charged in Teen's Death in Court

Updated: 02/20/2008 - A Portage County sheriff's deputy makes an appearance in court on charges of negligent homicide. Sergeant Ken Tschudy is accused in the death of 18-year-old Mindy Erickson last fall. The case will be assigned a judge from outside the county because Tschudy is a sheriff's department employee.

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Teen Dies After Snowmobile Collides with Truck in Road

Updated: 02/18/2008 - Authorities in Vilas County say a teenager was killed Monday afternoon when his snowmobile crashed head-on into a truck. The victim's name hasn't been released, but deputies say he's a 16-year-old boy from Chicago.

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Digital Television: What You Need to Know - Part 1 - The Basics

Updated: 02/18/2008 - On February 17th, 2009, less than one year from now, all television broadcasts including the one you're watching right now, will be sent exclusively in digital. If you’re like most viewers, you probably have a lot of questions about what it all means and, more importantly, what, if anything, you need to do.

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NEW INFO: Jensen's Trial Should Head to Jury Monday

Updated: 02/18/2008 - It's taken years to bring him to trial and Monday, the jury hearing Mark Jensen's case should begin deliberations. Jensen is accused of poisoning his wife with antifreeze, then smothering her with a pillow when she didn't die fast enough. He was charged in 2002 with first-degree intentional homicide.

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NEW INFO: Man Accused of Shooting Family's Pet Goats to Stand Trial in Waupaca County

Posted: 02/18/2008 - A man accused of shooting two goats after getting upset with his wife for not buying beer is expected to be arraigned Monday. Peter W. Mischler is charged in Waupaca County Circuit Court with mistreatment of animals, possession of a firearm while intoxicated and disorderly conduct with a dangerous weapon.

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