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Robert H. "Bob" Reever"Bob" Reever was born in Fairfield, Ill., on Dec.

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States preparing to file antitrust lawsuit against Facebook, reports sayAttorneys general from several states plan to jointly file new antitrust litigation against Facebook in the coming days, according to reports from CNBC and the Wall Street Journal.

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Warner Bros. to release all 2021 films on HBO Max, theatersAnnounced they will release all its new 2021 movies to theaters and HBO Max on the same day.

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Hermine E. KwekkeboomHermine Kwekkeboom, age 87, of Sheboygan Falls, passed away peacefully on Nov. 30, 2020 at Agrace HospiceCare in Fitchburg, with family at her side.

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Court: Rittenhouse bound over for trial in protest shootingsKENOSHA, Wis. — A court commissioner has ruled that there is sufficient evidence to warrant a trial for an Illinois teenager accused of killing two men during an August protest in Wisconsin.

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Gladys Lorraine BlaseGladys Lorraine Blase, age 92, of Madison, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving daughters on Monday, Nov.

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The number of online puppy scams is rising sharply amid the pandemic, BBB warnsThe Better Business Bureau is warning that the number of online puppy scams has risen sharply in 2020 as many people seek to adopt pets during the pandemic.

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Lawmakers, Biden campaign discuss plans to forgive some student loansIt's a pre-pandemic issue that's only become more dire for students tens of thousands of dollars in debt.

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Kyle Rittenhouse, teen charged in Kenosha killings, bound over for trialThursday's ruling by Kenosha County Circuit Court Commissioner Loren Keating came after a contentious hearing during which 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse's attorney sought to show that the teen had acted in self-defense.

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Grants awarded to hundreds of lodging operators in WisconsinMore than 660 Wisconsin lodging operators have been awarded grants through the state to help them during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Boeing, University of Arizona study finds long-lasting cleaners proven effective on flightsThe University of Arizona and Boeing joined forces to find disinfectants that will kill COVID-19 and help make air travel safer.

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Officials hope these cards remind patients to come back for their second dose of COVID-19 vaccineWith the Food and Drug Administration expected to approve COVID-19 vaccines made by Pfizer and Moderna in the coming days, it's possible that many Americans will begin to receive vaccinations within weeks.

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Teen charged in mall shooting to contest move to adult courtMILWAUKEE — Attorneys for the 15-year-old boy charged in a shooting at a Wisconsin mall that left eight people wounded plan to contest prosecutors' attempts to move his case to adult court.

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Delta to become first U.S. airline to launch international COVID-19 contact tracing programDelta is partnering with the Center for Disease Control to become the first airline to launch a contact tracing program for international travelers arriving in the United States.

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Teen Charged in Mall Shooting to Contest Move to Adult CourtMILWAUKEE — Attorneys for the 15-year-old boy charged in a shooting at a Wisconsin mall that left eight people wounded plan to contest prosecutors' attempts to move his case to adult court.

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Wisconsin high court declines to hear Trump election lawsuitMADISON, Wis. — The Wisconsin Supreme Court has refused to hear President Donald Trump's attempt to overturn his election loss to Democrat Joe Biden in the battleground state.

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Wisconsin High Court Declines to Hear Trump Election LawsuitMADISON, Wis. — The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Thursday refused to hear President Donald Trump's lawsuit attempting to overturn his loss to Democrat Joe Biden in the battleground state, saying the case must first wind its way through lower courts.

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Dog Walk Challenge: Days 1,664 to 1,677I missed posting last week. Enjoy two weeks of walks today! ** Flapjack eating a flapjack  our cute little cannibal.

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Teen charged in mall shooting to contest move to adult courtMILWAUKEE — Attorneys for the 15-year-old boy charged in a shooting at a Wisconsin mall that left eight people wounded plan to contest prosecutors' attempts to move his case to adult court.

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Wisconsin Supreme Court will not hear President Trump's lawsuit over election resultsThe Wisconsin Supreme Court said Thursday it will not hear President Donald Trump's lawsuit, which had requested to overturn election results in two Wisconsin counties.

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Wisconsin high court declines to hear Trump election lawsuitTrump said in his filing with the Wisconsin Supreme Court that there would not be enough time to wage the legal battle that way before presidential electors cast their ballots on Dec.

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Wisconsin Supreme Court refuses to hear Trump election lawsuitWisconsin Supreme Court won't hear Trump election lawsuit, likely dooming state court case seeking to overturn loss.

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Kyle Rittenhouse Will Go to TrialDuring the hearing, commissioner Loran Keating denied the motions filed by Rittenhouse's attorney Mark Richards.

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Wisconsin set to distribute vaccines, help small businessesDepartment of Health Services spokeswoman Elizabeth Goodsitt says the state will work with 97 local health departments and tribal jurisdictions, as well as health care providers, pharmacies, community-based organizations and other public agencies to distribute the vaccine.

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Dairy Impacts Economy More Than Ever in WisconsinDairy contributes more than $45 billion in Wisconsin according to a new study from the University of Wisconsin - Madison.

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Teen charged in mall shooting to contest move to adult courtDuring a virtual court hearing Thursday, a Milwaukee County judge scheduled an in-person hearing on the matter for Feb.

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Wisconsin ready to begin distributing COVID-19 vaccines by mid-December, health officials sayThis May 4, 2020, file photo provided by the University of Maryland School of Medicine, shows the first patient enrolled in Pfizer's COVID-19 coronavirus vaccine clinical trial at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore.

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Trump and Barr had 'contentious' White House meeting this week, source saysPresident Donald Trump and Attorney General William Barr had a "contentious," lengthy meeting inside the West Wing this week after Barr told The Associated Press in an interview that the Justice Department had uncovered no evidence of fraud that would change the election outcome, one person familiar with the meeting who spoke on the condition of...

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Couple knew they had COVID-19 and boarded a plane to Hawaii anyway, police sayHONOLULU — Authorities say a couple was arrested at a Hawaii airport for traveling on a flight from California despite knowing they were infected with COVID-19.

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Vaccination cards will be issued to everyone getting Covid-19 vaccine, health officials sayVaccination cards will be used as the "simplest" way to keep track of Covid-19 shots, said Dr. Kelly Moore, associate director of the Immunization Action Coalition, which is supporting frontline workers who will administer Covid-19 vaccinations.

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Fauci expected to meet with Biden transition team ThursdayFauci has had initial conversations with Biden aides, including incoming White House chief of staff Ron Klain, in recent days as part of the infectious diseases expert's expected role in the Biden administration.

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Multiple Madison live entertainment venues receive CARES Act fundingGov. Tony Evers announced Thursday that 96 live entertainment venues throughout the state have been awarded grants totally $15 million to help with economic hardships caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Onesto to host doughnut pop-up seriesMILWAUKEE — Onesto Italian, a restaurant nestled in Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward, will host Holey Moley Coffee and Doughnuts for a Saturday pop-up doughnut series beginning Dec.

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Indiana Hoosiers, You're On…STATWATCH PLAIDPuts a 0 on the Days This Big 10 Blog Talked About The Rose Bowl sign.

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READ: Trump Lawsuit in Wisconsin re: 2020 Election FraudPresident Trump files suit in Wisconsin re: unlawful and unconstitutional acts Via DonaldJTrump.com.

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Gov. Evers announces $45 million in assistance for restaurants affected by pandemicTony Evers announced Thursday that Wisconsin restaurants and other small businesses affected by the pandemic will receive $45 million in grants.

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Here's why Sen. Kyrsten Sinema wore a wig to Mark Kelly's swearing-in ceremonySenate Democrats gained another caucus member Tuesday as Arizona's Mark Kelly was sworn in, but it was the state's other senator that stole the show.

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'Grinch' stealing shrieks and squeals to bring holiday cheer in 2020Watch out, a Grinch is tip-toeing around outside windows of unsuspecting children, to bring delight and a moment of joy this holiday season.

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Ivanka Trump deposed in connection with AG lawsuit that alleges misuse of funds from inaugurationWASHINGTON — Ivanka Trump has been deposed by attorneys alleging that President Donald Trump's 2017 inauguration committee misused donor funds.

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Foxconn not expected to meet hiring goals in next 3 yearsMADISON — Foxconn Technology Group is not expected to receive tax credits in the next three fiscal years, continuing its failure to meet goals for hiring and investing in its Wisconsin manufacturing complex, according to state officials.

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Dairy Innovation Hub Updates Stakeholders After First Year OperatingResearchers at three UW campuses working on improvements to dairy industry.

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Wisconsin set to distribute vaccines, help small businessesThe state of Wisconsin is preparing to distribute coronavirus vaccines when they become available.

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THU News Summary: Trump files federal lawsuit challenging Wisconsin's election; Evers' redistricting panel meetsThis content is for subscribers only. Subscribe now to get access to this and other members-only content.

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Madison man arrested on suspicion of 4th offense OWIMiddleton police arrested a Madison man early Thursday morning after an officer saw a vehicle in the 7100 block of Elmwood Avenue cross the center line and leave its lane of traffic multiple times.

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Crews respond to trash compactor fire outside St. Vincent de Paul Society buildingA trash compactor, connected to a St. Vincent de Paul Society building, caught on fire Tuesday afternoon.

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Supporters rally for shuttered New York bar that had been blatantly flouting COVID-19 restrictionsNEW YORK CITY — For the second straight night, demonstrators rallied in support of a Staten Island bar that has been blatantly violating coronavirus restrictions despite the rising spread of the virus in the area.

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Congressman says he will challenge Electoral College votesA Republican Representative from Alabama told reporters this week he plans to challenge the official Electoral College votes when Congress certifies President-elect Joe Biden's election win on January 6.

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Flags ordered at half-staff for first responder who died after contracting COVID-19Gov. Tony Evers signed Executive Order No. 96 ordering the flags of the United States and the state of Wisconsin to be flown at half-staff in honor of Cpt.

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Wisconsin Sensors May Assist in COVID-19 Vaccine Roll OutPrimex knows its products may play a role in making sure COVID-19 vaccine doses are cold enough to be viable.

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Your COVID-19 Bubble Might Be Stretched Thin. Here's How To Keep It From PoppingIt's the age-old question at the heart of a classic parlor game. And it's also a bit of a lesson in why an interconnected world means COVID-19 "bubbles" can be precarious, especially with the high infection levels we're seeing across the country, says Ashley Z. Ritter, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania and chief clinical...

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Delphine M. KlockziemDelphine M. Klockziem, 83, Athens, died peacefully at her home on Tuesday, December 1, 2020 while surrounded by her family, under the care of Aspirus Comfort Care and Hospice Services.  She was born June 30, 1937 in Wausau, daughter of the late Kermit and Esther.

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Six Provisions to Consider in the Assembly Covid Relief PackageWhile there may be reasons to be reticent about passing the entire package, the bill includes a number of key provisions that warrant consideration.

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2 thoughts on "Murphys Law: Beware the GOP Redistricting Proposal"Republicans want 10 more years of gerrymandering. To do this they would hand all power to state Supreme Court.

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Strength in numbersFounder Mary White of Madison Farmers Unite thinks the "online farmers' market" makes a good model for other small groups of producers.

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Denise Collins: Joe Biden won Wisconsin, but we can still prevent him from having a Democratic SenateThe column below reflects the views of the author, and these opinions are neither endorsed nor supported by WisOpinion.com.

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The Trump Campaign's Lawsuit Should Succeed on the MeritsAbsentee Ballots, Dan O'Donnell, Dane County, Democracy in the Park, Donald Trump, Election 2020, George Christenson, Indefinitely Confined, Judge William Conley, Lawsuit, Milwaukee County, presidential election.

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Racine leaders ‘drunk with power'MADISON — Liberal Racine city leaders defying a Wisconsin Supreme Court restraining order on school closures are “drunk with power, ” Jim Bender, president of School Choice Wisconsin, tells Empower Wisconsin.Â.

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Sidney Powell files suit in Wisconsin to block State from certifying election resultsAttorney Sidney Powell filed a lawsuit on Tuesday alleging an “egregious range of conduct” in Wisconsin at the direction of Wisconsin state election officials.

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Gov. Evers orders flags to half-staff in honor of Ixonia Fire CaptainTony Evers signed Executive Order No. 96 ordering the U.S. and Wisconsin flags to be flown at half-staff to honor Capt.

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Port Milwaukee enters lease agreement with Pearl Seas Cruises for 2021MILWAUKEE — Port of Milwaukee is entering a lease agreement with Pearl Seas Cruises that will give the company priority docking rights for its ships at Pier Wisconsin starting in 2021.

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Wisconsin Badgers recruiting: rankings updates for football and basketballRivals has updated their rankings for both sports and a few Badgers received additional stars!

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Grayson Gene RobertsonBaby Grayson Gene Robertson, age 1, passed away on Thursday, November 12, 2020 at his home in Merrill. He was born on July 14, 2019 to Cody Robertson and Amber Boyd in Weston. Grayson lived in Merrill with his parents and siblings: Bentley and Nevaeh. He is remembered as a good boy that loved playing and picking on his siblings.

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San Francisco bans smoking inside apartments; pot smoking OKCity officials in San Francisco have banned all tobacco smoking inside apartments, citing concerns about secondhand smoke.

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My Block: The Peace Gardens of Sherman ParkNeighborhoods are like gardens, they just need a little tender loving care to blossom. Milwaukee's Sherman Park neighborhood is both figuratively and literally, a garden.

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Trump campaign files 2nd lawsuit, this time against Wisconsin Elections CommissionThe Trump campaign has filed another lawsuit, this time against the Wisconsin Elections Commission and other election officials, alleging "unlawful and unconstitutional acts."

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7 local sauces to boost your at-home mealsSauce can be the star of the show, the final flourish or the saving grace.

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Another 712,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits last weekAnother 712,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week on a seasonally adjusted basis, according to the Labor Department, as the job market recovery continues to slow.

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After rescuing woman from rollover crash, firefighters deliver her groceries to her homeAfter Cincinnati firefighters rescued a woman trapped in a rollover crash on Wednesday, they made sure her groceries made it home safely, too.

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Animal bites staff member at Carole Baskin's Big Cat Rescue in FloridaA staff member was reportedly bit by an animal at Big Cat Rescue in Tampa Thursday morning.

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Officers rescue Snowy Owl in middle of the road overnightOfficers of the Jackson Police Department rescued a Snowy Owl that was standing in the middle of a road early Thursday morning.

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Pokemon card may sell for record-breaking $250,000 at auctionIf your mother threw away all your beloved Pokémon cards from childhood, you may want to get your stink eye ready.

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Questions About the Indiana HoosiersNumbers never lie and we've had an extended bye week to obsess over the next game, so what have we learned about the Hoosiers?

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VP-elect Kamala Harris announces hires for staff positions, which include several women of colorSACRAMENTO, Calif. — Vice President-elect Kamala Harris has named veteran Democratic strategist Tina Flournoy as her chief of staff.

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Foxconn not expect to meet hiring goals in next 3 yearsState officials say Foxconn Technology Group is not expected to receive tax credits in the next three fiscal years, continuing its failure to meet goals for hiring and investing in its Wisconsin manufacturing complex.

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Calm, mild weather continues ThursdayThe mild start to our day is more widespread Thursday morning with most areas beginning with temperatures more typical of afternoon highs this time of year.

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3 of Eddie Van Halen's guitars sell for more than $400,000 at auctionA trio of guitars designed and played by the late Eddie Van Halen sold for $422,000 at auction earlier this week, according to Rolling Stone and Billboard.

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Hot toddies, Tom and Jerrys and other warm drinks to help you through a Wisconsin winterThe classic hot toddy has gotten doctored up, and so have other warm-your-belly nips, served with or without alcohol.

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No. 4 Wisconsin squares off against Marquette4 Wisconsin vs. Marquette. Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee; Friday, 7 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: No. 4 Wisconsin visits Marquette in an early season matchup.

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Photos: Ice, ice babyWith temperatures dipping well below the freezing mark at night, ice has been forming all around Barker's Island in Superior.

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What Did We Miss? Scientists discover nightmare planet that's covered in lava and rains rocksK2-141b should not top anyones travel destinations PLUS you wont need headphones with a new device that beams sound directly to your head.

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Gov. Evers announces $45 million in aid to Wisconsin restaurantsThe state of Wisconsin is handing out $45 million in relief to restaurants impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Thursday Morning SprintThursday's news headlines from News 3 Now This Morning.

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712,000 Americans sought unemployment benefits last week as COVID-19 continues to spreadAbout 712,000 Americans sought unemployment benefits last week as a frightening spread in COVID-19 has led to more layoffs in recent weeks, the Department of Labor reported Thursday.

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Rittenhouse has preliminary hearing on Wisconsin chargesA 17-year-old from Illinois accused of killing two men during an August protest in Wisconsin faces a preliminary hearing in the case.

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Wisconsin restaurants, small businesses affected by COVID-19 to receive $45 million in assistanceWisconsin Gov. Tony Evers announced on Thursday with the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation that restaurants and other small businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic will receive $45 million in assistance, bringing the total assistance distributed to Wisconsin businesses this year to more than $220 million.

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Obama, Bush and Clinton commit to receiving COVID-19 vaccine publicly to demonstrate safetyFormer presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton all say they plan to receive a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available to them, and all have offered to take the vaccine in a public setting to demonstrate the safety and importance of vaccinations, according to CNN and NBC News.

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Sen. Johnson, Republicans Divided on Trump's Continued Widespread Voter Fraud Claims"This is coming from partisan politicians that have, for four years, said that the President Trump, the duly elected president of the United States was illegitimate," he said.

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Health officials say Wisconsin is set to distribute vaccineState health officials say Wisconsin is ready to begin distributing coronavirus vaccines by mid-December, when it hopes to receive nearly 50,000 doses.

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Superior council debates placarding nuisance buildingsThe placards would provide contact information for the responsible party for residences with a high volume of police calls from neighbors.

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U.S. Sets New Records for COVID-19 Deaths, HospitalizationsThe United States broke a pair of grim coronavirus records Wednesday, as the pandemic continues to rage throughout the country.

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Biden to name all-important picks for top health positions next weekWASHINGTON — President-elect Joe Biden's next pick for his cabinet could be the most consequential amid the COVID-19 pandemic — director of Health and Human Services.

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Health officials say Wisconsin is set to distribute vaccineDepartment of Health Services spokeswoman Elizabeth Goodsitt says the state will work with 97 local health departments and tribal jurisdictions, as well as health care providers, pharmacies, community-based organizations and other public agencies to distribute the vaccine.

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Bucky's 5th Podcast, ep. 207: Indiana Hooisers preview with Crimson QuarryListen in as we preview Saturday's huge contest against the Indiana Hooisers.

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COVID-19 outbreak at Superior Rehabilitation claims 9 livesRoutine testing uncovered widespread COVID-19 infections at the long-term care facility in Billings Park.

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Brewers trade reliever Knebel to Dodgers, cut 3 playersMILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Brewers have traded reliever Corey Knebel to the World Series champion Los Angeles Dodgers for a player to be named or cash.

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Rittenhouse has preliminary hearing on Wisconsin charges ThursdayKENOSHA, Wis. — A 17-year-old from Illinois accused of killing two men during an August protest in Wisconsin faces a preliminary hearing in the case.

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MKE epidemiologist finds African-Americans more likely to contract COVID-19MILWAUKEE — As we all wait for a COVID-19 vaccine to roll out, a Milwaukee epidemiologist studied the racial disparities of those who have contracted the virus.

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Waiting for passengers, American Airlines puts Boeing 737 Max in the airAmerican is likely to be the first carrier to put passengers on Max jets, beginning Dec.

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Slight cold front moves in Thursday leaving highs in the low 40sA weak cold front is clipping the area this morning. No precipitation is expected, but the front is bringing more clouds and eventually high temperatures a few degrees cooler than yesterday.

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Wausau-Area Trampoline Park Hopes Temporary Closure Helps Slow Coronavirus SpreadThe owner of a Sawmill Adventure Park said the decision to temporarily close the central Wisconsin small business is their effort to do their part to help control community spread of the coronavirus.

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Rittenhouse has preliminary hearing on Wisconsin chargesSupporters see the teen as a patriot who was trying to protect other people's property.

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Bucky's 5th Podcast, ep. 206: Indiana Hooisers Preview with Crimson QuarryFollowing that we get into our normal game preview for Indiana. In our conversation we talk about what the Badgers will look to do on offense, who will lead the team in carries on Saturday and how the Badgers will prepare for a new face at quarterback for Indiana.

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12/3/2020: Previewing Packers vs Eagles Plus Packers sign Tavon Austin! !Tyler and Trevor talk about the signing of Tavon Austin and how we envision him contributing to this 2020 Packers team.

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No. 10 Hoosiers, No. 18 Badgers meet with undefined stakes10 Indianas game at No. 18 Wisconsin illustrates the wackiness of this pandemic-marred college football season.

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Fotos from the PastResearched by Michael J. Caylor Jr 12-2-70 Lots of comings and goings from the Merrill Airport this past week.

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Lady Jays open season on high noteJeremy Ratliff Editor Just two-games into the season, the Bluejay Girls varsity Basketball team is already on a hot-steak after dunking Medford in their season opener and leaving a similar fate in their wake for the Crandon Cardinals, Monday night.

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Merrill Police Department reports11-23-20 At 3:25 p.m, an officer responded to a report of a woman threatening employees at Hardee's.

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Lincoln County Sheriffs Office reportsTown of Pine River firefighters and a deputy responded to a vehicle fire on Wednesday Nov.25, just after noon on Center Rd.

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Seeger honored by local Masons for 30 years of serviceJeremy Ratliff Editor On Saturday, Oct. 24, Merrill native Stanley Seeger's three decades of service to the Virginia Falls Masonic Lodge #226 was honored with a commemorative plaque, presented by fellow masons at the Merrill Masonic Lodge.

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New River Rat statue unveiledThe Merrill Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to unveil the new River Rat Statue in Stange Park, just west of the T.B. Scott Library.

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Man charged in child pornography, exploitation investigationA 40-year old man remains in the custody of the Lincoln County Jail on $250,000 cash bond, facing charges of possession of child pornography and sexual exploitation of a child.

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Local brothers fulfill aspirations of service in the medical fieldJeremy Ratliff Editor Two local brothers will soon be members of the Madison, Wis. medical community; fulfilling career goals each has held since childhood.

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President Trump files federal lawsuit in Wisconsin alleging unlawful and unconstitutional actsPresident Donald Trump on Wednesday, Dec. 2 filed a lawsuit against the Wisconsin Elections Commission and others in his personal capacity as a presidential candidate.

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Wisconsin Hockey Hour 12/02/20Home of "Behind the Badgers," an inside look at Wisconsin football, Wisconsin basketball and all things Wisconsin Badgers!

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Ground Zero Coffee in Madison closes its doorsA Willy Street coffee shop has closed its doors for good.

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Mixed reactions from Milwaukee businesses following revised COVID-19 orderSome restaurant owners tell TMJ4 that if you follow strict social distancing guidelines, it's nearly impossible to open to full capacity anyway.

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She's 102. She lived through the 1918 flu and now she's beat coronavirus a€” twiceThroughout her life she survived cancer, internal bleeding and sepsis. In April, she survived coronavirus - a virus that has taken nearly 1.5 million lives worldwide.

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COVID-19 vaccine trial participant describes side effectsAccording to Moderna, none of the thousands who were given two shots of the vaccine had severe COVID-19 symptoms.

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Mayfair Mall store owners, customers voice support for K9 patrols to search for weaponsA few store owners were calling for the mall to install metal detectors at the entrances, but some store owners and customers tell TMJ4 News they believe K9s are a less obtrusive alternative to make sure firearms aren't brought it inside.

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Trump campaign files federal lawsuit against WEC, several mayorsIn another attempt to challenge Wisconsin's election results, President Donald Trump has filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday against the Wisconsin Elections Commission.

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Ohio Department of Health now recommending those in Ohio avoid traveling to OhioOhio has been added to the Ohio Department of Health's COVID-19 Travel Advisory map, meaning the state is recommending Ohioans avoid traveling to Ohio, and those entering Ohio after traveling from Ohio are advised to self-quarantine in Ohio for 14 days.

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Dodgers acquire reliever Corey Knebel from BrewersMILWAUKEE — The World Series champion Los Angeles Dodgers have acquired reliever Corey Knebel from the Milwaukee Brewers for a player to be named or cash.

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Politicians eat own words after dining out, taking tripsSAN FRANCISCO — Several California politicians have been called out in the last month for their dining choices that violate the states rules aimed at slowing the spread of coronavirus.

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Trump campaign files 2nd lawsuit, this time against Wisconsin Elections CommissionMILWAUKEE — The Trump campaign has filed another lawsuit, this time against the Wisconsin Elections Commission and other election officials, alleging "unlawful and unconstitutional acts."

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Rockets trade Russell Westbrook to Wizards for John WallBoth teams announced the trade Wednesday night. The move ends Westbrook's tenure in Houston after just one disappointing season.

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Ceremony marks anniversary of fatal California terror attackSAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — Survivors of a terrorist attack that killed 14 people at a holiday party east of Los Angeles have observed the fifth anniversary of the assault.

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American Indian Movement co-founder Benton-Banai dies at 89MINNEAPOLIS — Eddie Benton-Banai, one of the founders of the American Indian Movement that was formed partly in response to alleged police brutality against Indigenous people, has died.

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Homes destroyed, people may be missing after Alaska mudslideJUNEAU, Alaska — Authorities in Alaska say it's believed homes have been destroyed and at least two people are unaccounted for after multiple mudslides in the community of Haines on Wednesday.

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‘This is our budget': Governor hears from Wisconsinites on what they'd like to see in 2021-2023 budgetMADISON, Wis. – From the environment to the economy, Wisconsin’s 2021-2023 budget will affect everyone as it maps out the future of the state.

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Dane County officials push back after GOP proposes limited public health authority, teachers back in classroomsA Covid-19 relief bill introduced by Assembly Speaker Robin Vos is unlikely to gain traction in the state legislature this year, and prompted backlash from local Dane County officials as a partisan effort in a press conference with Dane County executive Joe Parisi, Madison mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway, and others.

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Another sailboat frozen in St. Croix RiverMinnesota does not have a formal program for addressing abandoned or derelict watercraft. If a boat sinks, however, and is not removed within 30 days, the owner is subject to a civil penalty of two to five times the cost to remove, process and dispose of it.

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Wednesday's ScoresBOYS PREP BASKETBALL= The Prairie School 78, Union Grove 61 GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL= Brookfield Academy 83, Saint Francis 7 ___ Some high school basketball scores provided by Scorestream.com,.

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China: Moon probe preparing to return rock samples to EarthBEIJING — China's space agency says its latest lunar probe has finished taking samples of the moon's surface and sealed them within the spacecraft for return to Earth.

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Asia Today: S. Korean students take exams amid viral spikeSEOUL, South Korea — Hundreds of thousands of masked students in South Korea, including 35 confirmed COVID-19 patients, have taken the highly competitive university entrance exam despite a viral resurgence that forced authorities to toughen social distancing rules.

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UW-Madison seeks students' input with new Coronavirus Student Task ForceFrom a new app to bluetooth-linked contact tracing, the University of Wisconsin-Madison is working on new Covid-19 measures - thanks in large part to it students.

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Wisconsin governor calls Trump lawsuit an 'assault'MADISON, Wis. — Attorneys for Wisconsins governor are calling President Donald Trump's attempt to overturn the states election results an "assault on democracy." Democratic Gov.

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US sets daily record for coronavirus deaths, hospitalizations top 100KCDC Director Robert Redfield expects the number of those dying from the coronavirus will continue to increase into January.

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Two in custody following police chase, crash along Milwaukee RiverMILWAUKEE — Divers have called off their search for a person in the Milwaukee River after a police chase ended in a crash Wednesday evening.

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Illinois teen has preliminary hearing on Wisconsin chargesKENOSHA, Wis. — A 17-year-old from Illinois accused of killing two men during an August protest in Wisconsin was due in court Thursday for a preliminary hearing in the case.

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Wisconsin remains in the 'red zone' of COVID-19 spread, White House Task Force report findsWisconsin continues to see "extraordinarily high rates" of COVID-19 cases and percent of positivity, despite a "modest" drop in cases last week, the latest report from the White House Coronavirus Task Force concludes.

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City of Racine votes to extend COVID-19 orders until June: ReportCITY OF RACINE — The City of Racine's Common Council has extended the Safer Racine and the mask mandate orders until June of 2021, the Racine Journal Times reports.

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Rittenhouse's Lawyer Files Motion to Dismiss Two ChargesRittenhouse, the Illinois teenager accused of shooting three, and killing two, Kenosha protesters this past August, faces six criminal counts, five felonies and one misdemeanor.

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Rittenhouse's attorney asks to dismiss 2 chargesKyle Rittenhouse's attorney filed a motion Tuesday in an attempt to dismiss two of the teen's charges.

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Georgia elections official says 'someone's going to get killed' over unproven election allegationsThe state's election implementation manager decried the Trump campaign for making allegations about the election that have not been substantiated in court.

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Vos picks Born as co-chair of legislature's finance committeeAssembly Speaker Robin Vos has tapped state Representative Mark Born , to succeed Representative John Nygren as co-chair of the legislatures budget writing Joint Committee on Finance.

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As deaths from COVID-19 in Wisconsin mount, new cases continue to declineWisconsin's coronavirus death toll passed 3,000 on Nov.

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Senator Mark Kelly talks changing D.C. and John McCain following swearing inAfter being sworn into office Wednesday, Senator Mark Kelly of Arizona talked with Scripps' National Political Editor, Joe St. George, in Washington.

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GOP proposal could limit virtual learningOne part of the GOP's proposal could be of particular interest if you have kids in school.

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Democrats criticize Assembly proposal as power grab, passage unlikely before new yearNew legislation to combat the coronavirus in Wisconsin is likely waiting for the new year.

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Biden's student loan forgiveness could wipe out debt for 15 million borrowersMore than a third of federal borrowers could see their balances fall to zero with $10,000 in debt cancelation.

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New York City Ballet's 'The Nutcracker' going virtual in 2020Beginning Dec. 11 and running through Jan. 3, the New York City Ballet's annual holiday performance of George Balanchine's "The Nutcracker" will be streamed this year due to COVID - 19.

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Buyer Beware: 'Tis the Season for Holiday ScamsFake websites have become a big issue with the rise of online shopping.

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Pewaukee man honors his moms dying wish by building sleighTo honor his mother's dying wish, a Pewaukee man built a sleigh, so he can can spread Christmas cheer to everyone far and near.

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Superior finance panel approves deadline change on tourism grantsDollars awarded between September 2019 and May 2021 would have longer deadlines after COVID-19 forced the cancellation of many community events.

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Local officials urge public to stay at home following record breaking number of COVID-19 deaths in Dane CountyMadison Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway, Dane County Executive Joe Parisi and PHMDC Director Janel Heinrich joined in a joint press conference Wednesday afternoon, where they urged people to stay at home following a record breaking number of COVID-19 deaths in the month of November.

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Biden says he won't initially lift tariffs on China after inaugurationBiden says he wants to maximize his leverage in future talks with the United States' geopolitical rival.

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One-third of Dane County businesses might not be around next year, new survey saysAbout 78 percent of businesses experienced a decline in revenue this year, with about one-third suffering losses greater than half, according to the survey.

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'Love is the thing that is needed now': Two brothers focus on giving back to the communityMILWAUKEE — On the corner of 12th and Brown, outside of Bethany Church of God and Christ, two brothers led the charge in handing out groceries to community members in Milwaukee.

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Community, Railroad Still Giving Back to Food BankEverything is not as it seems.

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Former Presidents Obama, Bush and Clinton volunteer to get coronavirus vaccine publicly to prove it's safeFormer Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton are volunteering to get their Covid-19 vaccines on camera to promote public confidence in the vaccine's safety once the US Food and Drug Administration authorizes one.

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Average number of COVID-19 cases continue to fall, percent positivity on the rise in WisconsinThe average number of COVID-19 cases continue to fall in Wisconsin, but health officials are still urging residents to stay on the safe side, as the numbers indicate there remains significant community spread.

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3,000 Americans could die per day from the coronavirus during ‘rough' winter, CDC director warnsAnd with millions of Americans returning from holiday gatherings last week, the level of illnesses could increase in the coming weeks.

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Free COVID-19 testing continues on UW-Madison campusUW-Madison officials are reminding people that they are continuing to provide free COVID-19 testing on campus.

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Dane County responds to GOP proposalsDane County leaders would like to stick to science over what they consider politics when it comes to public health.

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Oreo to release Lady Gaga-themed cookiesOn Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2020, Oreo announced that they are collaborating with American pop superstar Lady Gaga to release limited-edition cookies that were inspired by Gaga's album "Chromatica."

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Wisconsin Senate Not Coming Back This Month for Virus Relief"We're not coming back in December," said Sen. Devin LeMahieu, who takes over as majority leader in January.

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WI Republicans propose free weekly at-home rapid COVID-19 testsWisconsin's Republican lawmakers want to make rapid COVID-19 testing available weekly for people at home.

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Making a Legend: New book highlights history of Rolls-RoyceDo you have someone on your holiday shopping list who loves cars? Harvey Briggs is the co-author of a new book about the most prestigious auto-maker in the world: Rolls Royce.

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Wisconsin plans to distribute COVID-19 vaccines by mid-December, but health officials say they don't have funding for long-term programWisconsin health officials say they'll need funding to cover vaccination distribution costs after CARES funding ends Dec.

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134 more people test positive, 1 dies from COVID-19 in Northwestern Wisconsin on Dec. 2A model of the novel coronavirus, which originated in Wuhan, China in late 2019. U.S. health officials have stated that COVID-19 is expected to become a significant public health concern in the United States.

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Ever Gleaming at Wisconsin Historical MuseumNothing says the holidays in Wisconsin quite like an aluminum Christmas tree. Evergleam trees were created and manufactured 60 years ago by the Aluminum Specialty Company in Manitowoc.

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Bucks to host Christmas Day game against the Golden State WarriorsMILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Bucks will start the 2020-21 season against Boston on Dec.

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‘Mad Max' actor Hugh Keays-Byrne dies at 73Actor Hugh Keays-Byrne, who portrayed villains in the original 1979 "Mad Max" and 2015 "Mad Max: Fury Road" movies, has died.

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A look back at the record-breaking 2020 hurricane seasonAfter the very active tropical season, those living along the east coast and the gulf coast are breathing a sigh of relief.

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Ever Gleaming at Wisconsin Historical MuseumNothing says the holidays in Wisconsin quite like an aluminum Christmas tree. Evergleam trees were created and manufactured 60 years ago by the Aluminum Specialty Company in Manitowoc.

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Mertz ready to bounce back as No. 18 Badgers host 10 IndianaWisconsin quarterback Graham Mertz is in an unfamiliar position. He is trying to bounce back from a loss for the first time in his career Saturday when the 18th-ranked Badgers host No.

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Wisconsin Senate not coming back this month for virus reliefMADISON, Wis. — The incoming leader of Wisconsin Senate Republicans says the Senate will not take up any COVID-19 relief measures before January.

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St. Luke's CEO, president steps downSt. Luke’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Nick Van Deelen and Chief Financial Officer Eric Lohn were named interim Co-Presidents/CEOs Wednesday by the St. Luke’s Board of Directors after Kevin Nokels stepped down after serving as President/CEO since August of 2019.

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'Bored at home' protester pleads guilty to possessing gunMADISON, Wis. — Authorities say a Janesville man who said he came to Madison to watch protests because he was bored at home has pleaded guilty to possessing a gun after a felony conviction.

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Pastor traveling to homeless encampments to spread hopePastor Josh gutted and painted an old bus, and turned it into a rolling of beacon of hope.

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Assembly Republicans want finance committee oversight of state's COVID-19 vaccine planAssembly Speaker Robin Vos wants legislative oversight, of the Evers administrations plans for COVID-19 vaccinations.

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Honda, Hyundai, Kias among Milwaukee's most stolen cars, police warnThe Milwaukee Police department is sounding the alarm about vehicle thefts heading into winter. Officers said the surge in reported thefts is headlined by three makes of vehicles.

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A Wisconsin Professor is on a Mission to Give BackWISCONSIN— The holidays are known to put people in the giving spirit. But one Wisconsinite finds himself trying to help 365 days a year.

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The Sundance Film Festival goes largely virtual for 2021Leave the snow boots, parkas and glove warmers in the closet, the 2021 Sundance Film Festival is coming down from the mountain and straight to your living room.

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Katherine "Kathy" G. HoweKatherine G. Howe, age 90, passed away at Maplewood Nursing Home Dec.

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State Patrol plans aerial enforcement in Sauk, Columbia countiesBoth pilots and officers on the ground will be enforcing speed limits and other traffic laws.

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Daytona 500 to limit fan capacity in 2021 due to COVID-19The Daytona International Speedway announced the Daytona 500 will have limited fan capacity next year due to COVID-19.

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Quiet and milder start to Meteorological WinterView the latest weather conditions and extended forecast for Madison and southern Wisconsin, updated multiple times a day, every day.

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Diana Lee NagyDiana Nagy of Madison, WI, passed away peacefully at UW Hospital on November 29, 2020 at 7:38 p.m., surrounded by her loved ones.

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Trump files new election lawsuit, looking to Wisconsin's legislature to flip outcomePresident Donald Trump continued to try and litigate his way out of his loss in the 2020 presidential contest with a new federal lawsuit filed late Wednesday in Wisconsin, the latest in a blizzard of suits around the country that have so far met with a resounding string of defeats.

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Christine L. BrownCASSVILLE, WI – Christine L. Brown, age 54, of Cassville, WI, passed away Tuesday, December 1, 2020.

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Former Edgewood College President Dr. Jim Ebben dies at 83MADISON, Wis. — Edgewood College President Emeritus Jim Ebben died this week at age 83, according to the school.

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Tony F. HuberIt is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of Anton F.. Huber, who passed away suddenly on December 1, 2020 at the age of 77.

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Fireball lights up skies over parts of the US, CanadaDespite the midday sun, the fireball was clearly visible in videos captured at the time of the event.

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Canines to patrol Mayfair Mall following mass shootingWAUWATOSA — In the wake of a mass shooting at Mayfair Mall that left eight people injured, specially trained canines will now be patrolling the mall with security officers.

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Web series 'Music in Transit' keeps Indiana musicians in spotlight during pandemicBefore the pandemic, local film maker Jake Huber and live venue owner Mike Angel launched the web tv series called 'Music in Transit' a way to highlight the Circle City's musicians as they perform live shows on IndyGo buses and bus stops.

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State does not anticipate giving Foxconn tax credits during next three fiscal yearsFoxconn is not expected to fulfill its compliance with the state agreement that could provide the company with up to $2.85 billion in tax credits.

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Traveling nurses in high demand to battle COVID-19As a former traveling nurse, Samantha Hessing said several companies reach out to her almost every day with offers to send her to hospitals that are in dire need while battling COVID-19.

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Dept. of Transportation tightens definition of service animals allowed on planes"This final rule defines a service animal as a dog, regardless of breed or type, that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of a qualified individual with a disability, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability."

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Furloughed Philharmonic musician finds new purpose by composing country-folk albumThe pandemic has put live music on hold indefinitely and has put the careers of many musical artists in limbo, but the uncertainty has allowed some to find a new musical purpose.

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Wisconsin Weather ForecastOvernight temps will be in the 20s and 30s for many.

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WHO: Anyone over 12 should wear a mask inside and outside as COVID cases continue to surgeThe World Health Organization updated its guidelines on mask wearing Tuesday, recommending that anyone over the age of 12 wear a mask indoor and outdoor, as well as inside your home if its ventilated poorly.

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Trump files new case in lawsuit barrage, looking to Wisconsin's legislature to flip outcomePresident Donald Trump continued to try and litigate his way out of his loss in the 2020 presidential contest with a new federal lawsuit filed late Wednesday in Wisconsin, the latest in a blizzard of suits around the country that have so far met with a resounding string of defeats.

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Online platform HUED connects patients of color with doctorsAn online platform called HEUD is connecting patients of color with doctors and it's seeing record growth during the pandemic.

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Experts expect mortgage rates to remain low for first half of 2021If you're looking to buy a home, experts say the first few months of the year are the time to do it, because mortgage rates are expected to remain low.

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City of Milwaukee lowers capacity limits for bars, restaurants in revised COVID-19 orderCITY OF MILWAUKEE — In a revised version of its COVID-19 order, the City of Milwaukee is lowering the capacity limits for bars and restaurants and requiring more stringent protocols for sports teams, as health officials expect a spike of coronavirus cases over the holidays.

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US Capitol Christmas tree lit without spectatorsThe tree was officially cut on November 5 before making the cross-country trek to Washington, DC.

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Infections are a threat to hospitals struggling with COVID-19"That includes things like dealing with the problems that are before us now, things like antibiotic resistance that kills too many Americans every day and preparing for things we don't know about by having good surveillance programs and public health infrastructure," said Dr. Helen Boucher, Infectious Diseases Chief at Tufts Medical Center.

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Wisconsin records 3 more inmate COVID-19 deaths; prisoner death toll reaches 14The Wisconsin Department of Corrections recorded three more inmate deaths related to COVID-19 on Wednesday, bringing the reported death toll across the states correctional facilities to 14.

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Adams County Sheriff's Office searching for missing boyThe Adams County Sheriff's Office has asked for the public's help with finding a 17-year-old boy who went missing Wednesday morning.

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Expert Says Trump Campaign's Lawsuit Will be 'Uphill Battle'"I find it hard to think that the Wisconsin Supreme Court wants to second guess the decisions made by election administrators trying to fairly administer an election in the midst of a pandemic."

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Don't stress out on missing sales over the holiday, says Madison College expertIf you didnt get that gift you wanted on Black Friday or Cyber Monday, dont worry.

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Mary Ellen JewellJewell, age 101, of Mineral Point, died at Upland Hills nursing home on December 2, 2020.

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Ronald "Ronnie" J. HollowayOur beautiful Ronald Joseph was born at 5:22pm, Saturday November 28th.

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Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources to host public meeting on proposed change to walleye regulationsThe proposed fishing regulation change would remove the special regulations of a daily bag limit of five walleye over 15 inches in length and replace it with nearby Tainter Lake's current regulations.

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90 new COVID-19 deaths confirmed in Wisconsin; 7-day positivity rate rises to 31%The positive percentage of new COVID-19 tests in Wisconsin has once again surpassed 30%, according to the state Department of Health Services.

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Lon Adams, Slim Jim jerky recipe creator, dies of COVID-19RALEIGH, N.C. — Alonzo "Lon" T. Adams II, the man who created the formula for Slim Jim beef jerky sticks, has died from complications of COVID-19.

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Rittenhouse's attorney attempts to dismiss 2 charges ahead of pretrial hearingKyle Rittenhouse's attorney has filed a motion to dismiss two charges late Tuesday.

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Boys and Girls Club of Dane County to give free home makeover to great grandmother of Anisa ScottIrene Alexander not only lost her great granddaughter, Anisa Scott, but three other family members within the past four months.

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The same vote rigging software is used in every swing stateNow, we are learning from The Gateway Pundit that this same software was used in all swing states, including PA, GA, NV, MI, WI, AZ and MN.

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Wisconsin Senate not coming back this month for virus reliefThe incoming leader of Wisconsin Senate Republicans says the Senate will not take up any COVID-19 relief measures before January.

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Wisconsin Governor Calls Trump Lawsuit An ‘Assault'MADISON, Wis. — President Donald Trump's attempt to overturn Wisconsin's election results by tossing ballots only from the state's two most heavily Democratic counties is an "assault on democracy," attorneys for Democratic Gov.

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Trump raises $170 million since Election Day; money helps pay down debt and new PACWASHINGTON — President Donald Trump has raised roughly $170 million since his Election Day defeat, a sum garnered through a nonstop stream of solicitations that have falsely claimed the election was stolen while requesting contributions for an "election defense fund."

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Following Coronavirus Numbers Across WisconsinDaily updates to statewide COVID-19 numbers.

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Norwegian suspends most cruises through March 2021Norwegian Cruise Lines announced they are extending their suspension of all cruises until at least March 2021, as coronavirus cases remain high in the US and around the world.

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Gov. Evers Encourages Kids to Send 'Hope' This Holiday SeasonTony Evers is asking students across Wisconsin to decorate ornaments to give hope to those who need it the most this year.

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COVID-19 deaths pass 3,500; death rate rising againThe state is losing an average 46 people a day to COVID-19, and the death rate climbed back up to 0.89%.

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Photo: A 2020 ChristmasA Halloween scene got a Christmas twist in a yard in Superior Tuesday, Dec.

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Suspect in Janesville double homicide will soon be extradited to WisconsinNearly 10 months after being suspected of killing two women near Highway 14 in Janesville, Marcus Randle-El will soon return to Wisconsin for legal proceedings.

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Ohio woman who held party with 150 guests amid pandemic convicted of violating state health ordersA Hudson woman who hosted a large house party at a rental home in October was convicted in Stow Municipal Court Tuesday for violating state health orders to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

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Holiday spending: How to budget and stay positive during the pandemicFinance and mental health experts are giving tips on how to budget and stay positive this holiday season.

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Wisconsin governor calls Trump lawsuit an 'assault'President Donald Trump's attempt to overturn Wisconsin's election results by tossing ballots only from the state's two most heavily Democratic counties is an "assault on democracy," attorneys for Democratic Gov.

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Police investigating burglary at Johnson Creek car washAccording to a news release, people cut padlocks on a change machine at Creek Car Wash in the 800 block of Remmel Drive around 4:30 a.m.

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In farewell address, Sen. Lamar Alexander calls for bipartisanship, 'change in behavior'WASHINGTON — Retiring U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander, R-Tennessee, gave his farewell address from the Senate floor Wednesday morning, urging for a "change of behavior."

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Jail inmate dies of fentanyl overdose, charges recommendedOfficials say an autopsy shows a Manitowoc County Jail inmate died of a fentanyl overdose and another inmate could face charges.

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Police: Mother suspected of locking her son up for 28 years in SwedenSTOCKHOLM — Swedish police are investigating a woman in her 70s who is suspected of having kept her son locked up — reportedly for 28 years — in an apartment south of Stockholm.

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Challenging indie film 'Black Bear' hibernates after fierce first halfPlaza explores her dark side as Allison, a manipulative actress, and filmmaker who rents a home from Blair and her husband, Gabe to shoot a mysterious new project.

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'Bored at home' protester pleads guilty to possessing gunThe man's lawyer says police did not know until after they arrested Olson that he was not allowed to possess a firearm, so they did not have probable cause to arrest him.

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DWD announces extended unemployment benefits for Wisconsin residentsThe DWD announced that Wisconsin residents who have exhausted their regular unemployment benefits can now apply for Extended Benefits.

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Trump Trying to Seize Wisconsin Electors, Governor SaysPresident Donald Trump is trying to "seize" Wisconsin's 10 electoral votes through a bogus lawsuit after losing the state to President-elect Joe Biden, Governor Tony Evers said in a court filing hours after being sued.

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Suspect in Janesville double homicide could begin legal proceedings in WI as soon as Dec. 14Nearly 10 months after being suspected of killing two women near Highway 14 in Janesville, Marcus Randle-El will soon return to Wisconsin for legal proceedings.

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Suspect in Janesville double homicide will soon be extradited to WisconsinNearly 10 months after being suspected of killing two women near Highway 14 in Janesville, Marcus Randle-El will soon return to Wisconsin for legal proceedings.

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Trump headed to Georgia Saturday to rally for Republicans in runoff electionThe president will be headlining a rally for GOP senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler who are both facing strong Democratic challengers in Georgia's January 5 runoff election.

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Rafer Johnson, 1960 Olympic decathlon champion, dies at 86LOS ANGELES — Rafer Johnson, who won the decathlon at the 1960 Rome Olympics and helped subdue Robert F. Kennedy's assassin in 1968, has died.

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Wisconsin Badgers in the NFL: Week 12Russell Wilson won again on Monday Night, James White scored two touchdowns and J.J. Watt had a pick six on Thanksgiving.

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Wisconsin DWD launches extended unemployment benefits programThe application process will be available to those who have exhausted their regular unemployment insurance benefits and Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Benefits.

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Technology helping the deaf community navigate life in the pandemicThe pandemic has brought on communication challenges for people in the deaf community.

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DWD launches extended benefits programWisconsinites who have run through their regular employment insurance benefits and Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation can now apply for extended benefits, which would provide up to 13 additional weeks of unemployment payment.

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Couple exchanges vows from a distance after bride contracts coronavirusEven a coronavirus diagnosis couldn't stop one California couple from saying "I do."

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Trump files lawsuit challenging Wisconsin election resultsPresident Donald Trump has filed a lawsuit in Wisconsin seeking to disqualify more than 221,000 ballots in a longshot attempt to overturn Democrat Joe Biden's win in the battleground state he lost by nearly 20,700 votes.

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