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Vice President Mike Pence plans to talk about the Republican tax overhaul during a visit to Milwaukee Submitted: 04/25/2018

MILWAUKEE - Vice President Mike Pence plans to talk about the Republican tax overhaul during a visit to Milwaukee Wednesday afternoon.

The event is sponsored by a group created to promote President Donald Trump's policies.

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Body of unidentified woman to be exhumed in Waupun Submitted: 04/24/2018

WAUPUN - The remains of an unidentified woman found in a frozen creek in Fond du Lac County nearly 10 years ago will be exhumed this week at a cemetery in Waupun.

Sheriff's officials say forensic anthropologists will examine the remains of "Jane Doe" using techniques that weren't available when her body was found. Through chemical isotope analysis, investigators may learn where the woman lived and her approximate age. DNA testing can determine eye, skin and hair color, as well as genetic ancestry and face shape.

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State opens up application window for school safety grants Submitted: 04/24/2018

MADISON - The state Department of Justice is now accepting applications for $100 million in newly created school safety grants.

Gov. Scott Walker proposed legislation establishing the grants in the wake of a mass shooting at a Florida high school in February.

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Wisconsin Rapids man shot dead in Minnesota Submitted: 04/24/2018

CARLTON, MINNESOTA - A man killed in northeastern Minnesota used to be the director of the Native American Center at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

57 year old Andrew Gokee of Wisconsin Rapids was shot in the head over the weekend at his brother's house.

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Student interns could ride away with a Harley Submitted: 04/23/2018

MILWAUKEE - Students willing to spend the summer on a Harley could ride off with a free motorcycle.

Harley-Davidson is making the offer for those who join its summer internship program.

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Official: Father of Waffle House shooter could face charges over guns Submitted: 04/23/2018

NASHVILLE, TN - A federal official says the father of the man suspected of fatally shooting four at a Nashville Waffle House could face charges for returning guns that were taken from him after an incident last year at the White House.

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Special Agent Marcus Watson said at a news conference Monday that Jeffrey Reinking's act of returning the guns to his son is "potentially a violation of federal law."

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Toronto police say 9 dead, 16 injured by van Submitted: 04/23/2018

TORONTO - A Toronto police official says nine people have been killed and 16 injured from a van that jumped onto a sidewalk and struck pedestrians in the north part of the city.

Deputy Police Chief Peter Yuen says the driver of the van is in custody but Yuen has not provided any possible cause or motive in Monday's incident. He says the investigation is continuing.

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Bryan Steil announces run to succeed Paul Ryan in Congress Submitted: 04/22/2018

MADISON (AP) - A former driver for House Speaker Paul Ryan who has been active in Wisconsin Republican politics for years is running to succeed Ryan in Congress.

Bryan Steil is an attorney from Ryan's hometown of Janesville and a member of the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents. He becomes the likely Republican front-runner after the field of better-known potential candidates cleared for his entry.

Steil entered the race Sunday less than two weeks after Ryan said he would not seek re-election. Ryan said Friday he has no immediate plans to endorse in the primary.

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Wisconsin VA medical center launching whole health program Submitted: 04/22/2018

TOMAH (AP) - A veterans affairs hospital in Wisconsin is using nontraditional therapies for pain and mental health as officials continue to address problems with over-prescribing medication at the facility.

Wisconsin Public Radio reports that the Tomah VA Medical Center is one of 18 veterans hospitals across the country launching the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs' Whole Health program.

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National school walkout day on Columbine anniversary Submitted: 04/20/2018

CANTON, MI - Student across the country walked out of theirs schools today, in part for the Columbine anniversary, but to also protest gun violence.

In Michigan, hundreds of student from three different high schools gathered on a campus football field.

In New York, Students staged a mass "die-in" on the steps of the State Capitol to call for stricter gun control laws.

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