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Adams Co. Man Says Girlfriend Startled Him When He Shot and Killed HerSubmitted: 03/02/2013
ADAMS - An Adams County man faces reckless homicide charges for shooting his girlfriend this morning.

Twenty eight-year-old Coleman Dybul told police he was asleep when his girlfriend startled him.

He shot her with a shotgun he kept by the bed.

Twenty seven-year-old Toni Voss died at the scene.

Police arrested Dybul, and a child that was in the house is with relatives.



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ANTIGO - Swimmers at the Clara McKenna Aquatic Center in Antigo will be able to breathe easier. That's because a big donation helped the center pay for new air handling equipment.

The Remington Foundation donated $100,000. The new air handlers will save the center more than $40,000 in utility costs. They'll also make the air healthier.

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New summer art programSubmitted: 07/11/2014

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RHINELANDER - Two art groups will come together to offer art classes to kids this summer. Leaders of both groups feel more children need to express themselves artistically. Old School and ArtStart will offer a kid-friendly art program every Friday through August 15th.

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Camp visiting weekend brings business to NorthwoodsSubmitted: 07/11/2014

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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.

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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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National Guard units moving out of Merrill under reorganization planSubmitted: 07/11/2014

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MERRILL - The Wisconsin Army National Guard will move guard units out of Merrill, according to a press release Friday.

According to a Wisconsin National Guard Public Affairs Office press release, the National Guard will still keep the armory open for guardsman in the Recruit Sustainment Program.

It's part of statewide plan to reorganize operations. It will start later this year.

Leaders plan on finishing the project by late 2015.

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Experts expect to see more out-of-state donations flowing to Wisc. race for governorSubmitted: 07/11/2014

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WISCONSIN - Political experts believe Wisconsin's candidates for governor could see increases in out-of-state donations during the 2014 election cycle.

A new report from the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign shows that Wisconsin legislators and candidates received $ 4.1 million from out of state donors in 2013.

That's down from the record setting $17.1 million that flowed in during the 2012 election cycle.

UW Madison Professor of Political Science Kenneth Mayer credits the decline to the 2012 recall.

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