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Car kills pedestrian in Waupaca CountySubmitted: 07/12/2014
NEW LONDON - A pedestrian in Waupaca County has died after being hit by a vehicle.

The collision happened early Saturday morning in the Town of Lebanon, north of New London.

Emergency crews found the male victim unconscious. He was pronounced dead at the scene.




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6k run planned for Sikh shooting anniversary Submitted: 07/12/2014

OAK CREEK - Members of Wisconsin's Sikh community are planning another 6-kilometer (3.7-mile) run in memory of the six victims gunned down in their Milwaukee-area temple two years ago.

The Chardhi Kala 6K will be held Saturday, Aug. 2, in the Milwaukee suburb of Oak Creek. The Punjabi name refers to a state of constant optimism, which reflects an acceptance of God's will.

The $15 registration fee will help support a scholarship fund for students who have dedicated themselves to community service.

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BNSF train headed for Superior derails; 13 cars off trackSubmitted: 07/11/2014

BILLINGS, MT - A BNSF Railway spokesman says the company is investigating the cause of a coal train derailment in which 13 cars came off the tracks in southeastern Montana.

BNSF spokesman Matt Jones said the loaded train originated at the Decker Mine in Bighorn County. It was en route to Superior, Wisconsin, when the cars derailed about 35 miles east of Billings at about 7:45 p.m. Thursday.

No one was injured, but some of the cars ended up on their sides.

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Rescued kayakers released from hospitalSubmitted: 07/11/2014

STURGEON BAY, WI - A woman, her son and another boy rescued after spending the night in their kayaks on the waters of Green Bay have been treated and released from a northeastern Wisconsin hospital.

Door County sheriff's officials say 43-year-old Allison Alter, her 9-year-old son, Zach Suri, of Austin, Texas and 9-year-old-old Thomas Alter, of Highland Park, Illinois, were treated for mild hypothermia after a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter plucked them from the Michigan waters of Green Bay about 6 a.m. Friday.

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State's fight over same-sex marriage put on fast trackSubmitted: 07/11/2014

MADISON - A federal appeals court is putting Wisconsin's fight over gay marriage on a fast track and combining it with a similar case from Indiana.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that means the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals could decide the issue by the November election for governor.

U.S. District Judge Barbara Crabb ruled last month that the state's gay marriage ban is unconstitutional in an American Civil Liberties lawsuit. More than 500 same-sex couples got married before Crabb put her ruling on hold a week later pending an expected appeal from Republican Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen.

Van Hollen filed notice of an appeal on Thursday. The appeals court Friday ordered all briefs due in the case by Aug. 4. The short briefing schedule is unusual in federal court.

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Court rules on training of dogs to hunt wolvesSubmitted: 07/11/2014

MADISON - A Wisconsin appeals court rules hunters can train their dogs to chase wolves.

State law establishing Wisconsin's wolf hunt allowed hunters to use dogs to track wolves.

A group of humane societies sued in 2012.

They claimed the Department of Natural Resources failed to place any restrictions on dog use, and worried about the possibility of bloody fights between wolves and dogs.

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Wisconsin's lakes will be more heavily stocked with walleye this yearSubmitted: 07/11/2014

MADISON - Wisconsin's lakes will be more heavily stocked with walleye this year.

That's thanks to extra funding from the state and private sector.

Hundreds of thousands of walleye will be stocked this year.

During the first year of a three-year initiative to increase walleye numbers in 2013, they raised and released more than 440-thousand young walleye into 100 lakes across the state.

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Michigan copper mine tour won't cost a pennySubmitted: 07/10/2014

MICHIGAMME TOWNSHIP, MI - A Marquette County mine is offering free tours as it prepares to begin operation.

The Mining Journal reports (http://bit.ly/1ono9JQ ) the Lundin's Eagle Mine aims to remove about 360 million pounds of nickel and 295 million pounds of copper from the ore.

The mine is already busy with trucks and semi tractor-trailers hauling rock as it gears up to start operation in about two months. Two multimillion-dollar Swedish machines about 1,000 feet below ground drill holes that will be used to blast the ore.

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