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UPDATE: Crews find missing man's body in Shawano Lake Submitted: 07/30/2015

WESCOTT - The body of a man who jumped in a Shawano County lake to rescue his 10-year-son has been recovered.

The body was found after authorities resumed a search of Shawano Lake early Thursday.

Shawano County Sheriff Adam Bieber says the boy was tubing on the lake without a lifejacket Wednesday and lost his grip while trying to get back on a pontoon boat.  Bieber says the boy's father jumped in the water, and the boat carrying the boy's grandfather and 9-year-old brother drifted away.

Sheriff's officials found the 10-year-old boy in the water near a buoy.

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Authorities say a man has gone missing in Shawano Lake in northeastern Wisconsin after he jumped in the water to rescue his 10-year-old son, who was later found safe.

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Records tie Walker's office to bill gutting open records law Submitted: 07/30/2015

MADISON - Newly released documents show Gov. Scott Walker's office was involved in drafting legislation to overhaul Wisconsin's open records law and keep some government materials secret.

Republicans on the Legislature's budget committee passed a measure earlier this month that would have shielded many documents created by state government officials from the open records law, including drafts of legislation and staff communications.

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Ohio officer pleads not guilty to charges involving the shooting of a motorist after a traffic stop Submitted: 07/30/2015

CINCINNATI - A University of Cincinnati police officer who shot a motorist after stopping him over a missing front license plate has pleaded not guilty to charges of murder and voluntary manslaughter.

Twenty-five-year-old Ray Tensing wore a striped jail uniform at his arraignment Thursday. Bond was set at $1 million.

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Historical marker commemorates 1st steam railroad in UP Submitted: 07/30/2015

MARQUETTE, MI - A historical marker has been placed in Marquette to commemorate the location of the first steam railroad in the Upper Peninsula.

The Mining Journal of Marquette reports (http://bit.ly/1MvloGk ) the Iron Mountain Railroad was built in 1857 and was used to transport iron ore from mines west of Marquette to the city's harbor on Lake Superior.

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Ex-secretary criticizes Wisconsin DNR's reorganization Submitted: 07/29/2015

MADISON - A former leader of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources says the agency's new reorganization plan won't fix its problems.

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UPDATE: Father, daughter killed in Milwaukee plane crash Submitted: 07/29/2015

MILWAUKEE - The victims of a plane crash in Milwaukee have been identified as the chief operating officer of a Boston capital investment firm and his daughter.

Summit Partners said in a statement Thursday that the victims of Wednesday's crash are Joseph Trustey and his daughter, Anna.

They were traveling to the Midwest for a college visit.

Federal investigators will try to determine why the single-engine plane crashed and erupted in flames at Timmerman Airport on Milwaukee's northwest side. Neighbors whose houses border the airport witnessed the crash at about 6 p.m. but say the flames and smoke made it impossible for them to help.

Witness Ken Gipp says the plane was flying very low when the right wing hit the ground and a wall of flames ignited.

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A small, single-engine passenger plane has crashed and caught on fire at Milwaukee's Timmerman Airport, killing at least one person.

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Investigation finished in crash of skydiving planes Submitted: 07/29/2015

SUPERIOR - Investigators think they know why two skydiving planes crashed mid-air near Superior two years ago.

They blame a lack of guidance from the Federal Aviation Administration and improper training.

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Packers president promises not to sell Lambeau naming rights Submitted: 07/29/2015

GREEN BAY - Packers fans shouldn't worry that Lambeau Field will change its name anytime soon.

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City, county votes on Bucks arena expected in coming weeks Submitted: 07/29/2015

MADISON - The plan for a new Milwaukee Bucks arena now shifts to the local level.

Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett expects the Common Council to vote on its portion of the funding plan by early September. The city is asked to contribute $47 million by providing a parking structure and tax incremental financing.

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Chicago man, cleared after 17 years in prison, shot dead Submitted: 07/29/2015

CHICAGO - A Chicago man who served 17 years in prison for murder, before being cleared of the crime and released, has been shot and killed almost three years after leaving prison.

Chicago police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi says 40-year-old Alprentiss Nash was killed Tuesday after arguing with his attacker.

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