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Woman in Luxemburg Minivan Fire Gets Six Days In Jail

Updated: 04/11/2008 - A Luxemburg woman whose minivan caught fire killing two of six children inside, has been sentenced to six days in jail. Kewaunee County Circuit Judge Dennis Mleziva also sentenced 36-year-old Susan Laluzerne to a year of probation Friday.

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Ban on Downer Cattle Could Cost Dairy Farmers

Posted: 04/11/2008 - Dairy farmers could lose income if the government honors congressional demands for a total ban on downer cattle. Currently, the Agriculture Department bans cows too sick or injured to stand.

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NEW INFO: Midwest Says MD-80s Back in Service

Updated: 04/11/2008 - Midwest Airlines says its grounded MD-80 planes are back in service Friday. Now, it's the fog that could disrupt the airline's flight schedule. The National Weather Service issued a dense fog advisory for the Milwaukee area, which means visibility is reduced to less than a-fourth mile.

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Taxes Due on Tuesday; Revenue Secretary Urges E-Filing

Posted: 04/11/2008 - With just four days until the April 15 tax filing deadline, taxpayers in Wisconsin are being urged to get their returns in on time. About half a million tax returns are expected to be filed with the state Department of Revenue in the final days before the deadline.

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NEW INFO: Advocates for Homeless Critical of Madison Crackdown

Updated: 05/02/2008 - Police investigating a college student's killing in Madison have arrested dozens of transients in the neighborhood near the Capitol where the slaying happened. The city also is confronting problems at a nearby park whether the homeless congregate.

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NEW INFO: Another Winter Blast Closes Schools in Northern Wisconsin

Updated: 04/11/2008 - Blizzard-like conditions in far northern Wisconsin closed schools, slowed travel and knocked out electricity today as another blast of winter weather arrived. Superior got about five inches of heavy, wet snow by midmorning along with winds gusting up to 50 mph.

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Slaying Forces Madison to Ask: Is City Too Nice to Homeless?

Updated: 05/02/2008 - The slaying of a college student in a downtown neighborhood frequented by beggars has forced Madison to ask the difficult question of whether it's been too nice to the homeless. The killing of University of Wisconsin student Brittany Zimmermann last week has started something of a backlash against the homeless.

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Permanent VHS Rules Get Green Light in Wisconsin

Posted: 04/10/2008 - State lawmakers have given the final go-ahead for permanent rules to control a deadly fish virus - by doing nothing. That means the rules will go into effect as soon as they're published.

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Police: Zimmermann's Killer Broke Through Door to Get Into Her Apartment

Updated: 05/02/2008 - Madison police say the person who killed UW-Madison student and Marshfield native Brittany Zimmermann broke through a door to get into her apartment. They say that kind of information typically withheld from the public, but they opted to release it to warn neighborhood residents to take extra safety precautions.

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Poll: Obama Would Beat McCain, But Clinton Would Lose in Wis.

Updated: 04/10/2008 - A new poll indicates that Wisconsin voters have no clear favorite in the presidential race. The poll shows that Democrat Barack Obama would beat Republican John McCain 46 percent to 42 percent but Hillary Rodham Clinton would lose to McCain by the same margin.

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Rib Mountain Crossing Guard Arrested for OWI

Updated: 04/11/2008 - The Town of Rib Mountain says they're looking to hire a new permanent crossing guard, after law enforcement says a woman showed up for work drunk Wednesday afternoon.

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39th World's Largest Trivia Contest Has British Invasion Theme

Updated: 04/10/2008 - The self-proclaimed world's largest trivia contest begins its 54-hour run Friday in Stevens Point. Contest mastermind Jim Oliva says "The Trivia Invasion," with a focus on the British music invasion of the 1960s, is the theme for the 39th annual competition.

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Portage County Deputy Heading to Trial for Deadly October Crash

Updated: 04/10/2008 - The Portage County Sheriff's Deputy involved in a car crash that killed an 18-year-old girl in Stevens Point in October 2007 will stand trial. A preliminary hearing and arraignment for Ken Tschudy was held Thursday morning in Portage County court.

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Missing Grand Rapids Man Found

Updated: 04/10/2008 - The Wood County Fire Department says they’ve located a 68-year-old man with Alzheimer’s who went missing.

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