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A Wisconsin Sweet Treat Is Expected to Arrive Soon

Updated: 03/18/2008 - It's that time of year when warmer temperatures bring about one of nature's sweetest treats - Pure Maple Syrup. And having a cold winter with lots of snow may help bring one of the most profitable years yet for maple syrup producers.

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Former Wis. Veterans Official Charged with Stealing $250,000

Posted: 03/18/2008 - A former official at Wisconsin's nursing home for veterans has been charged with stealing approximately $250,000 from veterans organizations. Rich Calcut, the former public information officer at the Wisconsin Veterans Home, is charged with felony theft by fraud.

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NEW INFO: All-Clear Issued After Chemical Plant Explosion in Spooner

Updated: 03/18/2008 - People evacuated after a chemical plant at Spooner exploded Tuesday have been allowed to return to their homes and businesses. Two people who were in the Cortec Corporation plant were injured when the explosion occurred just before 9 a.m.

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Wisconsin AG Launches Program to Combat Online Predators

Updated: 03/17/2008 - According to the Department of Justice, 1 in 7 children are solicited by online predators. So that is why Wisconsin’s Attorney General J. B. Van Hollen has launched the states online predator education campaign.

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Flood Warnings Issued for Three Wisconsin Rivers

Posted: 03/17/2008 - The National Weather Service has issued flood warnings for three Wisconsin rivers. The warnings are for the Fox River near New Munster in Kenosha County, the Pecatonica River at Martintown in Green County and Sugar River in Green and Rock counties.

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In Wisconsin, it Feels Like.....Spring?

Posted: 03/17/2008 - Spring arrives Thursday. But, there's another reminder in northwestern Wisconsin Monday that winter isn't quite over. Three to six inches of snow is in the forecast overnight in Douglas, Bayfield, Washburn and Sawyer counties.

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Parks Develop Plan to Keep Deadly Fish Virus Out of Lake Superior

Posted: 03/17/2008 - The National Park Service's four units on Lake Superior are joining with an American Indian tribe in an effort to keep a deadly fish virus out of the lake. The plan outlines 16 steps to prevent VHS from entering Lake Superior.

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