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Senate OKs bill expanding library collection powers Submitted: 02/09/2016

MADISON - The state Senate has approved a bill that would give libraries more power to collect fines for overdue materials.

The measure would create exceptions to privacy laws protecting borrowers' identities so libraries could report them to collection agencies and police.

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Assembly approves sexual assault victim amnesty bill Submitted: 02/09/2016

MADISON - The state Assembly has passed a bill ensuring that sexual assault victims and others who report such crimes can't be cited or disciplined for underage drinking.

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Wisconsin Assembly OKs pushing back wolf hunt date Submitted: 02/09/2016

MADISON - The state Assembly has approved a bill that would push the start of Wisconsin's wolf hunt back if the federal government allows the season to resume.

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Identity theft complaints on the rise in Wisconsin Submitted: 02/09/2016

MADISON - Wisconsin consumer protection officials compiling a list of top complaints in 2015 say identity theft is on the rise.

The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection says telemarketing remains the perennial leader among complaint categories, reinforced by a rash of threatening phone scams.

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Assembly approves CPR training bill Submitted: 02/09/2016

MADISON - The state Assembly has approved a bill that would require Wisconsin schools to provide CPR training in seventh- and eighth-grade health classes.

Current Wisconsin law requires all public, charter, and private schools to offer instruction in CPR and external defibrillators to high school students.

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Road signs stolen in Lincoln County Submitted: 02/08/2016

LINCOLN COUNTY - Stolen road signs could make it harder for drivers to find their way in western Lincoln County.

Deputies tell us that about 10 signs went missing in the Town of Harding over the last few weeks.  They were taken right off their posts.  Most were road signs, but at least one was a stop sign.

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Report: Kloppenburg leads Donald in cash Submitted: 02/08/2016

MADISON - New campaign finance reports show state Supreme Court hopeful JoAnne Kloppenburg is outpacing rival Joe Donald in fundraising.

Reports covering the month of January were due to the state Government Accountability Board on Monday.

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Deputy: 9-year-old driving intoxicated parents Submitted: 02/08/2016

BALSAM LAKE, WI - A Wisconsin couple is facing criminal charges after authorities say they found the two highly intoxicated in their pickup truck and the woman's 9-year-old daughter behind the wheel.

Jason Roth and Amanda Eggert have pleaded not guilty to charges in Polk County Circuit Court.

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Manitowoc police investigating homicide Submitted: 02/05/2016

MANITOWOC - Police in Manitowoc say a man fatally shot at his home was apparently targeted by his assailant.

In a news release Friday, police Capt. Larry Zimney says no one is in custody, but the public is not believed to be in any danger.

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Fired Tomah psychiatrist setting up practice in La Crosse Submitted: 02/05/2016

MILWAUKEE - The chief of staff fired from the Wisconsin Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Tomah after allegations of over-prescription of narcotics were investigated is set to begin practicing psychiatry in La Crosse.

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