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Four Teenage Burglary Suspects ArrestedSubmitted: 04/09/2012
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LINCOLN COUNTY - The Lincoln County Sheriff's Department has taken four teenagers into custody. Authorities believe these teenagers are involved in a multi-county series of burglaries in Lincoln, Marathon and Taylor counties.

Someone with property on Tower Road west of Merrill called police Sunday night saying someone was breaking into a cabin.

As Lincoln and Taylor county deputies responded, the caller said more burglarlies at nearby cabins were taking place.

The suspects left in a car and the Lincoln County Sherrif's Department stopped them, arresting two 17-year-old males, a 16-year-old female and a 15-year old boy.

The names of the 17-year-olds have been released. They are Travis Dallman and Dylan Graap, both of Merrill.

The names of the minor suspects will not be released until tomorrow.

The DNR is also investigating these teenagers for possible game violations invovling thrill killings.

A bond hearing is set for Tuesday in Lincoln County Branch 2 Court at 1:30 p.m.

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Grant will expand program that offers alternative to incarcerationSubmitted: 08/22/2014

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LAC DU FLAMBEAU - The Lac du Flambeau Tribe hopes a large grant will keep those suffering from addiction out of jail.

The more than $870,000 federal grant will expand the Tribe's Zaagiibagaa Healing to Wellness Court.

The program gives non-violent offenders charged with drug and alcohol-related crimes in Vilas County a chance to rehabilitate instead of going to jail.

The Tribe started the court last year.

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Wisconsin senators weigh in on executive orders, goals of Sept. session Submitted: 08/22/2014

RHINELANDER - Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin) and Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wisconsin) took time during their August recess to hear from voters, industry leaders and other groups in the Northwoods this week.

Both addressed a number of issues they hope to pursue when they return to session in September.

One issue was the role of executive orders. President Obama plans on using his power of executive order to deal with immigration issues on the US-Mexico border. Congress couldn't pass a bill to address the issue.

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Court releases more documents in Gov. Walker probeSubmitted: 08/22/2014

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One of the groups, the Wisconsin Club for Growth, had filed a lawsuit to block the probe. A federal judge halted the investigation in May.

The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals is reviewing that decision. That court released 266 pages of documents in June revealing the nature of the investigation.

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Man charged with stealing police chief's truckSubmitted: 08/22/2014

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The chief's truck was taken in the break-in.

39 year old Jason Warner made his first appearance in Marathon County Circuit Court Thursday on charges of burglary and taking the truck without permission.

The Marathon County Sheriff's Department says the break-in happened Tuesday at Police Chief Jeff Hardel's home in the Town of Maine.

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College prepares new students for school yearSubmitted: 08/22/2014

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RHINELANDER - Students at Nicolet College in Rhinelander go back to school on Monday.

For some, it's their first day at college.

The college reaches out to new students before their first day.

Leaders want to make sure they're prepared.

"They've received information about how to be successful in college, information about financial aid, information about test taking and other success strategies," says Dean of Students Kate Ferrel. "Every time we communicate with them we also let them know that we're available to chat."

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Soldier killed in Afghanistan native of WisconsinSubmitted: 08/22/2014

WISCONSIN RAPIDS - An Army paratrooper who was born in central Wisconsin has died while serving in Afghanistan.

Sgt. First Class Matthew Leggett served with the 18th Airborne Corps at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Relatives in Wisconsin tell Daily Tribune Media (http://wrtnews.co/1oYbaUC ) that the 39-year-old Leggett was born in Wisconsin Rapids and still has extended family in the area.

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Price county man is found guilty of killing his wifeSubmitted: 08/22/2014

PRICE COUNTY - A judge found William Rambo guilty Friday of stabbing his wife to death in Park Falls last August.

Rambo asked for an Alford plea. That has the same legal effect as a guilty plea.

Prosecutors think Rambo threatened to stab his wife in early August 2013. They say he did that later that month.

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