Additional charges filed in fatal overdose death

Charges have been filed against a man accused of providing the drugs eventually sold by a state legislator's daughter to a pregnant woman who died of an overdose in Brown County
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After rousing start for Mack, familiar end for Bears vs. GB

Khalil Mack got off to a rousing start with the Chicago Bears against the Green Bay Packers, though the ending had a familiar feel for his new team
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Amarillo Globe-News columnist Jon Mark Beilue to retire

His first byline in the Amarillo Daily News appeared on June 6, 1981, and now columnist Jon Mark Beilue is about to retire
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Appleton businessman pleads guilty to federal tax fraud

The operator of a commercial cleaning business in Appleton has pleaded guilty to federal tax fraud
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Baldwin bill would let all Wisconsin watch Packers

U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin has introduced a bill that would allow all of Wisconsin to watch the Green Bay Packers
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Brown County settles dispute over tarnished courthouse dome

Brown County has settled a dispute with a Chicago engineering company over a tarnished copper dome atop the historic courthouse
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Containers to help Wisconsin law officers with meth cleanup

A federal agency is providing special containers to help law enforcement across Wisconsin clean up meth labs
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Democrat ad war underway in primary race for governor

The much anticipated ad war among Democratic candidates for governor is finally underway, with candidates this week unveiling the first spots less than four weeks before the Aug. 14 primary
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Democrat Roys focuses on abortion rights in first TV ad

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Kelda Roys is focusing on protecting abortion rights in her first television ad of the campaign
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Democratic ad war underway in primary race for governor

The much anticipated ad war among Democratic candidates for governor is finally underway, with candidates this week unveiling the first spots less than four weeks before the Aug. 14 primary
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DNR board set to approve enhanced fencing for deer farms

The state Department of Natural Resources' board is poised to vote on an emergency rule that would require deer farms to upgrade their fences in an effort to slow the spread of chronic wasting disease
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Enthusiasm of voters key question for Wisconsin races

With the election just seven weeks away, Republicans in Wisconsin are working to generate enthusiasm in the face of Democrats saying a blue wave is coming
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Ex-NFL star renews effort for reduced sentence in rape case

Disgraced former NFL star Darren Sharper has renewed efforts to get a reduction in his 18-year federal sentence for drugging and raping women
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Excerpts from recent Wisconsin editorials

Excerpts from recent Wisconsin editorials
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Farm museum opens in Wisconsin

Wisconsin's newest museum allows visitors to simulate driving a combine at harvest time, lift a faux block of cheese, learn how yogurt is made and discover more about mink, fish, poultry and bison farms
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Flynn first Democrat to release television ad

Matt Flynn is the first Democrat on television with a campaign ad ahead of the Aug. 14 primary, touting his opposition to the Foxconn Technology Group project
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Foxconn giving $100 million to UW-Madison for partnership

Foxconn Technology Group says it will invest $100 million in engineering and innovation research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, which is one of the largest gifts in the school's history
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Foxconn plans to open west-central Wisconsin facilities

Foxconn Technology Group plans to open facilities in west-central Wisconsin
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Green Bay businesses working to recover from flooding

Some businesses on Green Bay's east side are working to reopen after heavy rain caused major flooding this week
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Kellen Moore makes quick switch from QB to coach for Cowboys

Kellen Moore has made the quick switch from quarterback to coach for the Dallas Cowboys
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Lewis urges togetherness and love in Hall of Fame speech

Ray Lewis used his Pro Football Hall of Fame induction speech to call for more enlightened leadership in our country
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Museum to honor Green Bay Packers' first black players

A Wisconsin museum is highlighting the contribution of the Green Bay Packers' first African-American players in a new exhibit
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Oklahoma women's prison trains service dogs

Mabel Basset Correctional Center's Guardian Angels program allows inmates to train dogs for private owners and those in need of service animals
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Pamperin Park LARPers 'really are a bunch of misfits'

Saturdays at Pamperin Park are transformed into something different, with people in colorful garb wielding homemade, padded swords and shields and casting spells
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Patricia, Lions looking to clean up after opening-game mess

Patricia, Lions looking to bounce back after lopsided loss to Jets in season opener
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Report: Wisconsin still has wastewater permit backlog

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources says it still has a backlog of wastewater discharge permits to review more than a year after an audit found the agency wasn't following its own policies aimed at preventing water pollution
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Rodgers returns from injury, Packers beat Bears 24-23

Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdown passes in the second half after returning from a knee injury, and the Green Bay Packers overcame a 20-point deficit for a thrilling 24-23 win over the Chicago Bears
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Schimel, Kaul may clash in 3 October debates

Attorney General Brad Schimel and challenger Josh Kaul have agreed to meet for at least one debate next month
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Schimel, Kaul set to clash in 3 October debates

Attorney General Brad Schimel and challenger Josh Kaul have agreed to meet for at least one debate next month
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Secret political cash quietly reshaping Wisconsin laws

Special interests groups have been able to influence Wisconsin politics through hidden financial donations to politicians
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Sketches generate new tips in 1976 double homicide case

The Marinette County Sheriff's Department says DNA samples from four people have been collected as new tips pour in on a 1976 double homicide case
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South Dakota woman donates kidney to former classmate

Twenty-five years after graduating from Belle Fourche High School together, Karen Carlton and James Helmberger will forever be connected after she donated her kidney to him last month
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Supporters launch ad touting AG Schimel's school safety work

The Republican Attorneys General Association is launching a new television ad touting Brad Schimel's work on school safety
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The Highground Veterans Memorial Park celebrates 30 years

The wind speaks when it blows across the ridge through clusters of wind chimes inscribed with 1,244 names of those from Wisconsin who died or are missing in action in the Vietnam War
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The Latest: Democrats score points, attack Walker in debate

The Democratic candidates for governor attacked Gov. Scott Walker in their first broadcast debate, while also trying to distinguish themselves from the crowded field of eight and tout their own policies
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The Latest: Foxconn, Walker target of Democrats in debate

The massive Foxconn Technology Group project and Gov. Scott Walker are two frequent targets of Democrats meeting for their first broadcast debate
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UW System regents change two-year school names

The University of Wisconsin System regents have approved name changes for the system's 13 two-year schools as they merge with nearby four-year schools
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Walker campaign launches 4 regional Foxconn ads

Gov. Scott Walker's campaign is launching four new television ads touting Foxconn Technology Group's economic impact on Wisconsin
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Walker's use of state airplane increased since 2015

Gov. Scott Walker's use of the state airplane has increased since he ended his presidential bid in 2015 compared with his first term in office, public records obtained by a liberal attack group released on Monday show
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Walker: Federal waiver approved for reinsurance program

Gov. Scott Walker says the federal government has granted a waiver that would allow Wisconsin to offer a $200 million reinsurance program designed to lower premium costs.
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Wisconsin corn crop numbers could lead to early harvest

Wisconsin farmers may expect an early harvest as the state's agriculture statistics show the growing season for corn is ahead of schedule
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Wisconsin couple adopts children with special needs

A Wisconsin couple who adopted a special needs child in 2015 is looking to grow their family through another adoption.
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Wisconsin family determined to shine light on depression

A Green Bay family is shining a light on depression after losing a relative, who was a community leader and suffered from depression.
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Wisconsin home to wacky Guinness World Records

The nearly 50 still-standing Guinness World Records in Wisconsin have included some unusual accomplishments from gravy chugging to fire-eating
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Wisconsin hospitals plagued by persistent drug shortages

Hospitals in states including Wisconsin are dealing with medication shortages, forcing them to work with limited resources
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Wisconsin school districts ban cellphones in classroom

School districts across Wisconsin are banning cellphones in the classroom in an effort to reduce distractions during class time
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Wisconsin student sues college over Valentine distribution

A Northeastern Wisconsin Technical college student is suing her school because it forced her to stop handing out Valentine's Day cards with Bible references
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Wisconsin students discuss diversity at leadership camp

A group of teenagers and volunteers decided they wanted to dedicate a week of their lives to diversity and leadership this summer through a University of Wisconsin-Green Bay program
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Work continues on Wisconsin harbor destroyed by flood

Reconstruction of a Wisconsin harbor that was destroyed by a flood continues
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