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Governor Doyle is Looking to Use More Renewable Resources

Updated: 03/31/2008 - Governor Jim Doyle is promoting his new energy independence initiative by talking about affordable, renewable, and diverse energy supplies. He says by 2025, the initiative hopes to generate 25% of the state's electricity and transportation fuels from renewable resources.

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Next Mayor Of Pittsville Will Be A Write In Candidate

Posted: 03/31/2008 - Voters heading to the polls Tuesday in Pittsville will only have one option for Mayor... a blank line. Since there is no names on the spring ballot for the Mayor Race the next Mayor will be a write in candidate.

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Wausau's Voter Turnout Expected to be Higher than Usual

Posted: 03/31/2008 - Wausau's City Clerk is expecting voter turnout to be higher than what the state originally predicted. The state is predicting a 20% to 30% voter turnout at the polls on Tuesday. But due to several local election races of interest, including the mayoral and several school board races, Wausau polls are anticipating a 40% turnout.

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Gableman Says Voters Have Clear Choice in Tuesday's Election

Posted: 03/31/2008 - Supreme Court challenger Michael Gableman says voters have a clear choice to make in Tuesday's election. During a campaign stop at Wausau's downtown airport Monday, Gableman says he is proud of the campaign he has run against incumbent Louis Butler for a 10-year seat on the state's highest court.

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Butler Says He Likes His Chances in Tuesday's Election

Posted: 03/31/2008 - Justice Louis Butler says he feels confident voters will return him to a 10-year seat on the Supreme Court. Butler is trying to fend off a challenge from Burnett County Circuit Court Judge Michael Gableman in Tuesday's election.

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Tomah Student Sues School District Over Religious Drawing

Updated: 03/31/2008 - A student has filed a federal lawsuit alleging Tomah school officials censored his drawing because it featured a cross and a reference to a Bible verse. The student is a senior at Tomah High School.

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Lawton Will Run for Governor if Doyle Doesn't

Posted: 03/31/2008 - Lt. Gov. Barbara Lawton tells The Associated Press she will run for governor in 2010 if Gov. Jim Doyle decides not to seek a third term. Doyle has not said whether he will run again but he continues to raise money as if he is.

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Wood County Officials Seeking Information in Two Deaths

Updated: 03/30/2008 - Authorities in Wood County are still asking people to come forward with information on two cases they are trying to solve – one death is considered a murder and the other a suspicious death.

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One Dead in Forest County Rollover

Updated: 03/30/2008 - The Forest County Sheriff’s Department says one person has died in a one vehicle rollover that happened on STH 139 near the intersection of CTH O.

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Officials Respond to Small Fire at Avery's Auto Salvage

Posted: 03/30/2008 - Firefighters responded to a small fire at Avery's Auto Salvage in Manitowoc County. Steven Avery was convicted of raping and killing photographer Teresa Halbach on the family's property and then burning her body there on Halloween 2005.

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Bitter Supreme Court Race in Final Hours

Updated: 03/30/2008 - Effects of the bitter Supreme Court race may linger well past Tuesday's election. Justice Louis Butler and Burnett County Circuit Judge Michael Gableman both face complaints filed with the state's Judicial Commission as a result of the campaign to earn a 10-year seat on the bench.

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