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Marathon City Enjoys Old Fashion Trick-or-Treating a Few Days Early

Updated: 10/29/2007 - While some little ones enjoyed trick or treating inside, residents in Marathon City were enjoying the event the old fashion way - door to door. For the last several years, Marathon City has held their trick or treating on the Sunday before Halloween.

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Local Club Brings Exotic Fish Hobby to the Area

Updated: 10/29/2007 - Members of a local aquarium society say after the blockbuster hit, "Finding Nemo," people are diving into the exotic fish hobby. The Central Wisconsin Aquarium Society held their annual Fall Fish Auction on Sunday.

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Local Officals Play Host to Annual Family Halloween Party

Updated: 10/29/2007 - Halloween might not be until Wednesday, but some local ghosts and goblins are starting early. The Everest Metro Police and the Weston Fire Department hosted their annual community Halloween Party on Sunday afternoon.

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WI Couple Gets $1,600 Hotel Room for $10

Posted: 10/28/2007 - Larry and Mariam Orenstein stayed at a Chicago luxury hotel this weekend for the same room price they paid when they were there once before.

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2 Years in a Row, Quiet Halloween Party in Madison

Posted: 10/28/2007 - Madison police say there were no major incidents and fewer arrests than last year. Last year's numbers plunged 60 percent after city officials gated the street and charged admission to the party.

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Deer-Vehicle Collisions on the Rise in Wisconsin

Posted: 10/28/2007 - It's the time of year again when deer pose the greatest hazard to drivers. And according to Ron Von Haden, of the Professional Insurance Agents of Wisconsin, deer-vehicle collisions rose almost six percent in Wisconsin last year.

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Funeral for Max McGee Held Sunday in Minneapolis Suburb

Posted: 10/28/2007 - Family and friends will gather today to say goodbye to Green Bay Packers legend Max McGee. The 75-year-old died after he fell while clearing leaves from the roof of his home in Deephaven, Minnesota last weekend.

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Emergency Crews Learn a Lesson during a Mock Crash

Updated: 10/27/2007 - It took four months of planning, but for local emergency crews it will hopefully be a learning experience that lasts a lifetime. On Saturday morning, emergency workers were called to a mock school bus accident in Schofield, in which a bus was carrying 20 passengers was rear-ended by a truck.

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UWSP Students Work Toward Wild Fire Certification

Updated: 10/27/2007 - About 100 students from U-W-S-P working toward certification of Wildland Firefighting got a hands-on lesson. The student were working to complete their 40 hour certification by learning how to extinguish fires without the use of water.

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UW Madison School of Business Gets $80 Million Donation

Posted: 10/27/2007 - The University of Wisconsin at Madison has received its largest gift ever and it's going to the business school. The 80 million dollar gift was announced this morning. It is from a group of 12 alumni.

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Search for Illinois Teen Continues

Posted: 10/27/2007 - Dive crews are expected to resume their search today for a missing Illinois teen in the Baraboo River.

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U.S. Grants Waiver to Ease Plight of Hmong

Posted: 10/27/2007 - The Bush administration is granting a waiver for Hmong who provided material support to organizations that are deemed to be terrorist.

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