EAGLE RIVER - The owner of Nobbe's North on Highway 70 in Eagle River knew that one day someone would buy a winning lottery ticket from her store. Wednedsay she found out she was right.
One lucky local man bought the winning Powerball numbers on Saturday and won $50,000. Owner Carolyn Nobbe said that the winner is a frequent customer and decided to buy the $10.00 ticket on his way home from dinner.
CANNON BALL, N.D. - Authorities have declared a Dakota Access pipeline protest camp in North Dakota officially cleared after going through the camp and arresting the last remaining holdouts.
Nearly three dozen people were arrested in Thursday's operation. It took about 3½ hours. Officers methodically checked buildings and arrested anyone they encountered, including a man who climbed atop a building and stayed there for more than an hour before surrendering.
MADISON - Relatives of an unarmed black teenager who was fatally shot by police in Madison, Wisconsin, say they have settled a federal civil rights lawsuit for $3.35 million.
Attorneys for Tony Robinson's family announced the settlement Thursday. City Attorney Mike May says the city doesn't have an immediate statement. The Robinson family plans to address the media Thursday afternoon.
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