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Safety Concern for Wisconsin Realtors

Updated: 03/20/2008 - The Wisconsin Realtors Association is taking precautions to remind real estate agents to be safe when they're meeting with clients for the first time.

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Gambling Audit: Tribes Gave Millions to State

Updated: 03/20/2008 - A new state audit shows Wisconsin's American Indian tribes gave about $195 million in gambling revenue to the state over the last three fiscal years. About $76 million of that went to state agencies while $115 million went to the state's general fund.

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Doyle Signs Pig Bill

Posted: 03/20/2008 - Gov. Jim Doyle has signed a bill into law that declares wild pigs harmful wild animals. Designating the pigs as harmful means no one can possess, sell, buy, display or rehabilitate one.

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Complaint Filed Over Gableman E-mails

Posted: 03/20/2008 - A liberal interest group has filed a complaint claiming Supreme Court candidate Michael Gableman refused to hand over e-mails using his official state account as requested by the group. The Burnett County judge has not fulfilled a similar request from The Associated Press made earlier this month.

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Another Blast of Winter for Southern Wisconsin

Posted: 03/20/2008 - Parts of Wisconsin are expected to get another blast of winter-like weather, just as the calendar turns to spring. The National Weather Service issued a winter storm watch for portions of southern Wisconsin Thursday night through Friday.

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NEW INFO: $1 Million Bond for Ill. Ex-Con in Realtor's Slaying

Updated: 03/20/2008 - Bond is set at $1 million for an Illinois ex-convict charged Thursday with killing a real estate agent as she showed him a home in Jefferson County. According to the complaint, he admitted strangling and beating her, setting fire to a bed to destroy the evidence and stealing from her purse.

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Third Proposed Wisconsin Budget Solution Pending

Posted: 03/20/2008 - A third proposed solution to the state's $527 million budget shortfall has been introduced. The Democratic plan expected to be voted on in the Senate next week would include a tax on hospitals that Assembly Republicans do not want.

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Anti-War Protests in Wisconsin; Vandals Hit Recruiting Office

Posted: 03/19/2008 - Protesters in more than half a dozen Wisconsin cities called for an end to the Iraq war Tuesday, the fifth anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion. Demonstration sites included Appleton, Elm Grove, Evansville, Kenosha, Madison, Manitowoc, Mazomanie and Minocqua.

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Military Families Reflect on 5 Years Since War in Iraq Began

Updated: 03/19/2008 - As we reach 5 years since the war in Iraq began, no one in our country has a closer connection to the war in Iraq than those who have family or friends who have served, or are serving in the military there.

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School Project Could Improve Community Library

Posted: 03/19/2008 - It's not every day that middle school students concern themselves with community problems, but after a local language arts teacher challenged her Marathon Middle School students to make a difference in their community for a research project, one student knew exactly what he wanted to do.

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NEW INFO: Investigators Suspect Homicide in Real Estate Agent's Death

Updated: 03/19/2008 - Authorities say a real estate agent called to show a rural home in Jefferson County was found dead later in a smoke-filled room where she apparently had been attacked. The sheriff's department says 71-year-old Ann B. Nelson of Cambridge was found dead in a bedroom of the home Tuesday night.

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President Gives Wisconsin Money for Feb. 5-Feb.6 Snowfall

Updated: 03/19/2008 - President Bush has decided to give Wisconsin money to help pay for measures taken during record or near-record snowfall at the beginning of last month. Wisconsin Emergency Management spokeswoman Lori Getter says this is only the third time the state will receive federal money for snowfall.

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Wisconsin Ready to Scale Back VHS Rules

Posted: 03/19/2008 - State wildlife officials have agreed to relax regulations on moving bait minnows. The Natural Resources Board is expected to vote on the package next week.

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Farmer From Rudolph Announces Bid to Challenge Obey for Congress

Posted: 03/19/2008 - A farmer from Rudolph has announced his plans to run as a Republican against incumbent Democrat Dave Obey for the seventh Congressional district seat. Daniel Mielke says on his Web site that after 38 years in office, it's time for Obey to retire.

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Packers Making Plans to Retire Favre's Number

Updated: 03/19/2008 - At some point this fall, the Green Bay Packers will retire number four. Packers spokesman Aaron Popkey says team's had preliminary discussions with recently retired quarterback Brett Favre about retiring his number during the upcoming season.

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