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UPDATE: Judge allows recount to continue in Wisconsin Submitted: 12/02/2016

MADISON - Update:  12/2/16, 4:20pm

A federal court in Wisconsin on Friday rejected an attempt by pro-Donald Trump groups to stop a recount of the state's presidential vote, saying there was no harm in allowing it to continue.

Two pro-Trump political action committees and a Wisconsin voter on Thursday filed a lawsuit and a request for a temporary restraining order seeking to stop the recount, arguing that it was an unconstitutional violation of the Constitutional rights of people who had voted for Trump.

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Skipper's Restaurant takes holiday giving to new level Submitted: 12/02/2016

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MERRILL - Every year a Merrill restaurant owner takes holiday giving to a new level. 

Skipper's Restaurant owner Rick Scott decided to start an annual charity of his own to raise funds for the town's furry friends. Scott started hosting a Christmas tree and wreath sale four years ago. All proceeds go to the Lincoln County Humane Society. 

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Campaign observers monitor Wisconsin recount Submitted: 12/01/2016

MADISON - Observers representing Democrat Hillary Clinton, Republican Donald Trump, and Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein are spread throughout Wisconsin to watch as ballots are recounted.

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4 charged in connection to northeastern Wisconsin burglaries Submitted: 12/01/2016

SHAWANO - At least four people have been arrested and linked to about 30 burglaries in northeastern Wisconsin, including thefts of over 60 guns.

WLUK-TV reports Keith Bernarde, Lorenzo Thiex, Ayesha Dodge, and Forrest Sparks have been charged in the burglaries.

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12 Wisconsin residents sickened by salmonella linked to dairy bull calves Submitted: 11/30/2016

MADISON - Federal and state health officials say a multi-state outbreak of salmonella bacteria that is resistant to several drugs has been linked to infected dairy bull calves purchased in Wisconsin.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says 21 people have been infected in eight states from Jan. 11 through Oct. 24. Eight of the 21 people sickened were hospitalized, but no deaths have been reported.

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Mayor says Tennessee wildfires have killed 7 Submitted: 11/30/2016

GATLINBURG, TN - A Tennessee mayor says three more bodies have been recovered after the wildfires in the Great Smoky Mountains, bringing the death toll to seven.

Sevier County Mayor Larry Waters said Wednesday that officials believe more than 400 buildings have been damaged in the county.

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Wisconsin Supreme Court rules in favor of Wood County deputy who chased man into his garage Submitted: 11/30/2016

MADISON - The Wisconsin Supreme Court says a sheriff's deputy was within his rights when he chased a driver into his garage without a warrant over a broken taillight.

According to the 4-3 decision, Richard Weber fled from Wood County Sheriff's Deputy Calvin Dorshorst after Dorshorst tried to stop him in 2012. Dorhorst pursued Weber into his garage and arrested him.

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Recount latest: Stein will not appeal judge's ruling against hand recount Submitted: 11/30/2016

MADISON - Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein will not be appealing a Wisconsin judge's ruling that a recount there can be done without hand counting every ballot.

Stein spokeswoman Margy Levinson said in an email Wednesday that the ruling made Tuesday night in Dane County Circuit Court would not be appealed. Levinson says given the time constraints, they want to focus resources on the recount that begins Thursday.

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Nativity scene removed in U.P. after complaints Submitted: 11/30/2016

MENOMINEE, MI - A nativity scene that's been displayed in Michigan's Upper Peninsula as part of a longtime Christmas tradition has been taken down following years of complaints.

Menominee City Manager Tony Graff tells WLUK-TV that the display was taken down shortly after being put up this year. He says the city attorney determined that the display was "a violation of our own policy" governing what can be put up on public property.

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Dairy bull calves from Wisconsin tied to salmonella outbreak Submitted: 11/29/2016

MADISON - Federal and state health officials say a multistate outbreak of salmonella bacteria that is resistant to several drugs has been linked to infected dairy bull calves purchased in Wisconsin.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says 21 people have been infected in eight states from January 11th through October 24th.

Eight of the 21 people sickened were hospitalized, but no deaths have been reported.

Those who were sickened ranged in age from 1 year to 72. Wisconsin has the most cases with 12 people infected in eight counties.

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