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Sturgeon Bay Man Arrested After Teller Smells Marijuana on Money

Posted: 03/25/2008 - The musty smell of a man's money led to his arrest on possible drug charges. A Sturgeon Bay police report obtained by the Door County Advocate says the 21-year-old Sturgeon Bay man tried to deposit money smelling of marijuana at a bank there last week.

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Doyle: Wisconsin to Move Forward with Renewable Energy Program

Updated: 03/25/2008 - Gov. Jim Doyle says he is moving forward with a new renewable energy program despite the state's budget shortfall. Doyle says the Department of Commerce will start taking applications from businesses and researchers seeking grants and loans from the Wisconsin Energy Independence Fund on April 1.

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School Originally to be Named After a Hmong Gets New Name

Updated: 03/25/2008 - A Madison elementary school that was originally named for a former Hmong military leader is being named after a longtime teacher and administrator in Wisconsin's capital city. The Madison School Board decided to name the west side school after Paul Olson.

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Marathon County Adult Sick from Eating Contaminated Cantaloupe

Updated: 03/25/2008 - The state Department of Health and Family Services says at least three Wisconsin residents have been sickened in a multistate salmonella outbreak believed to be linked to tainted cantaloupe. Stephanie Ward, a spokeswoman for the agency, says two of the adults are in Outagamie County and one lives in Marathon County.

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NEW INFO: 11-Year-Old Girl Died of Untreated Diabetic Condition

Updated: 01/05/2010 - Chief Dan Vergin tells NewsChannel 7 an 11-year-old Weston girl died Sunday of a diabetic condition. Vergin says Madeline Neumann weighed 75 pounds when she died, and that her parents prayed over her but sought no medical attention.

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Funeral for Slain Real Estate Agent Today

Updated: 03/25/2008 - Funeral services are Tuesday in Cambridge for a Realtor who was killed while showing a house in the Jefferson County town of Oakland. A convicted sex offender from Illinois is charged with killing 71-year-old Ann B. Nelson of Cambridge as she showed the house to him.

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Train Collides with Semi on 28th Ave. in Wausau

Updated: 03/25/2008 - The Wisconsin State Patrol says it appears no one is seriously injured after a train versus semi collision on 28th Avenue between Stewart Avenue and Sherman Street.

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Wausau Bus Ridership on the Rise

Posted: 03/24/2008 - Rising gas prices are causing some people to re-think their travel plans, but Metro Ride says an increase in bus passengers isn't simply due to the spiking prices.

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Wisconsin Senate to Take Up Budget Repair Bill

Posted: 03/24/2008 - The Wisconsin Senate will convene Tuesday to take up its version of a state budget repair bill to fix a $650 million shortfall. The plan differs significantly from the one drawn up by the state Assembly.

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Doyle Signs Bill Requiring Flags to be Made in the USA

Posted: 03/24/2008 - American flags displayed by any unit of government in Wisconsin, including schools, must be made in the United States under a bill signed into law by Gov. Jim Doyle. But there is no penalty for violators.

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Report Says Wisconsin Has Shortage of Mental Health Beds

Posted: 03/24/2008 - A national report says Wisconsin is one of 11 states that have what a Virginia mental health group characterizes as a "severe" shortage of public hospital beds for psychiatric patients. The Treatment Advocacy Center suggests 50 beds per 100,000 people, whereas Wisconsin has less than half that.

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Doyle Scheduled to Appear at Fundraiser for Butler

Posted: 03/24/2008 - Gov. Jim Doyle says he will do whatever the campaign to keep Justice Louis Butler on the state Supreme Court asks him to do. Butler is in a hotly contested race to keep his seat with Burnett County Circuit Judge Michael Gableman.

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Madison Breaks 100 Inches of Snow for Winter

Updated: 03/24/2008 - Madison has reached another milestone in snowfall for the season. The National Weather Service says the city received seven-tenths of an inch Sunday afternoon and evening, bringing its total for the winter of 2007-2008 to 100.4 inches.

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