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Sheriff: DNA Tests of 24 People Produces No Clues in 2002 Murder

Updated: 03/03/2008 - The Langlade County sheriff and court records say DNA testing of 24 people in the 2002 slaying of a rural fire chief's wife produced no new clues, and a man who claimed to have some information about the killing died before he could be interviewed.

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Wisconsin Lawmakers Not Happy with VHS Rules

Updated: 03/03/2008 - The state Department of Natural Resources wants to enact permanent regulations that would prohibit anglers from removing live fish from any state water. The Assembly Natural Resources Committee says its not fair to punish anglers far from areas where the VHS virus has been detected.

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Regents to Look Into Affordability of UW Education

Updated: 03/03/2008 - The affordability of a state university education is on the agenda of the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents this week. A system spokesman says the regents will take a broad look Thursday at the UW System's tuition and financial aid programs.

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Packers Great McGee was Subject of FBI Probe

Updated: 03/02/2008 - Legendary Green Bay Packers receiver Max McGee was investigated by the FBI for illegal gambling after his playing career was over in the early 1970s.

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Fire Destroys Antigo Business

Updated: 03/01/2008 - An early afternoon fire destroys an equipment company off Highway 45 north of Antigo.

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UW - Stevens Point Holds Fire Fighting Classes for Students

Updated: 03/01/2008 - Some area fire fighter students are taking the action outdoors. The UW-Stevens Point fire crew and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources held their spring training class for more than 90 student fire fighters today. The trainees learned about fire behavior, safety tactics, and equipment. The class is designed to give students hands on experience and teach them what reading in a classroom setting can't. But for many of the firefighters, it's their first time training with real fire, so instructors had to give them a quick lesson on staying safe. Michelle Stelzig a Crew Information Officer, says they brief them on what to expect, "So they don’t get to excited when they see fire and not know what to do and were kind of conditioning them, ok here’s the fire here I know what do because I have the training". Stelzig says they hope to give students the ability to stay calm and collected during a fire and today they were able to practice doing just that today while extinguishing burning piles of wood.

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