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Adams Co. Man Says Girlfriend Startled Him When He Shot and Killed HerSubmitted: 03/02/2013
Adams Co. Man Says Girlfriend Startled Him When He Shot and Killed Her
Story By Lyndsey Stemm

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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What We're Working OnSubmitted: 06/18/2018

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Storms over the weekend produced heavy rain and high winds causing damage throughout the Northwoods. We'll take you live to Rainbow Flowage to show you some of the flooding, and to Park Falls to let you see some of the storm damage in that area.

We'll show you the condition of the field in Lake Tomahawk where the Snowhawks plan to start out their 12 game snowshoe baseball schedule tonight against our team from Newswatch 12, and we'll talk with the Snowhawks manager about how the sun is helping to get the field ready to go in spite of the heavy rain over the weekend.

And we'll show you video of students from Prentice and Rib Lake helping to lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Washington D.C.


We'll bring you the details on these stories and more tonight on Newswatch 12 - news from where you live.

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MERCER -
People knew "Bike the Heart" as Vilas County's bike trail system.

Now that's changing as Mercer is now a part of "Bike the Heart."

That means the entire trail is more than 50 miles long!

But you'll have to wait until next month for Mercer's piece to be totally paved.

"It's been going for a long time. To be the last sort of Northern point of the trail for now, we are honored and excited about it," says Mercer Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Beth Wetzler.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Supreme Court rules against Wisconsin Democrats in the fight over the drawing of legislative boundaries.

Democrats believe current maps give Republicans an unfair advantage in elections.

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MADISON - Only white men have served as governor in Wisconsin. It's a track record that three Democrats are looking to shatter this year.

Two women, Kelda Roys and Kathleen Vinehout, and one black man, Mahlon Mitchell, could make history if they win the primary and defeat Republican Gov. Scott Walker.

The other seven Democratic candidates are white men, just like every other governor in Wisconsin history.

Wisconsin is one of 28 states where at least one woman is expected to run for governor. Mitchell is one of at least eight black candidates running for governor nationwide.

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GRAND RAPIDS - Saturday afternoon a boat crash in Wood County caused multiple injuries according to DNR Conservation Warden Korey Trowbridge.

The single boat crash happened around 12:30 p.m. on Lake Wazeecha in Grand Rapids. Five people were on board when the boat collided with the shore line.

Multiple people were transported to a hospital for their injuries. The extent of those injuries is unknown.

The Wood County Sheriff's Department, the Grand Rapids Police Department and the DNR are all investigating the crash. 

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RHINELANDER - It took a local author 30 years to publish his book.Jay Woolf was diagnosed with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia or CLL. He decided to use his pain from the disease to help others cope.

Woolf is from Winchester, Wisconsin. He started writing the book "It IS a Laughing Matter," when he was diagnosed with cancer 30 years ago. He just finished the book last year.

"Every death joke that I knew, started coming to mind and every time it came out I realized it was helping me. If it helps me, maybe it could help somebody else," said Woolf. 

Woolf wanted to use his jokes to help people.He sells his books and also does talks at local libraries. Woolf has been in remission for about 17 years.


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WOODRUFF - A Northwoods coffee shop known for its food truck operation recently found a permanent location. The Milky Way Coffee Company had the grand opening of its new shop in Woodruff Sunday.

The new coffee house is inside the Lakeland Plaza which sits on the corner of Highway 51 and Townline Road. The two sisters who own the company converted what was once a bank into a coffee shop.

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