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Rodgers, Packers win game, divisionSubmitted: 12/29/2013
Story By Joe Dufek


CHICAGO - It was not his best day. Aaron Rodgers threw three interceptions, fumbled once, and was sacked several times.

But when he needed to be his best, Rodgers was just that.

Rodgers completed a 48-yard touchdown pass to Randall Cobb for the winning touchdown, a 33-28 victory.

With the win, Green Bay wins the NFC North for the third straight year. The Packers will host the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC wild card round next weekend.

The game will be Sunday at Lambeau Field. Kickoff is at 3:30pm.

To hear reaction from the Packers, click on the video.



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Police have lead in killing of 13-month-old boySubmitted: 12/28/2014

MILWAUKEE - Investigators say they have a promising lead in the shooting death of a 13-month-old Milwaukee boy.

At a news conference Sunday, police said there's evidence pointing to more than one person being responsible. And they say more than one gun fired the shots that struck the home on Milwaukee's northwest side Saturday evening, fatally wounding Bill Thao.

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Snowmobile breaks through iceSubmitted: 12/28/2014

LINCOLN COUNTY - The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office wants snowmobilers to check local trail conditions before they take their snowmobiles onto waterways. They believe the recent warm weather combined with new snow has made unsafe ice conditions.

On Saturday, a snowmobile in Lincoln County went through the ice on the Wisconsin River north of Lake Alexander, according to the Sheriff's Office. Deputies say they got a phone call around 10:45 p.m. saying two people were in the water.

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People take a freezing plunge for terminally ill children Submitted: 12/27/2014

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MINOCQUA - We got a lot of snow in the Northwoods Saturday. But that didn't stop people in Minocqua from jumping into a freezing lake this afternoon.

A first timer explains why he made the freezing jump to make a difference.

"It's getting close to crunch time here and I'm getting a little nervous," said first time jumper Ryan Jacobi.

This was the first time Jacobi has ever jumped into a freezing lake.

"I just decided to do this about a week ago. Found out from my mother-in-law about it," said Jacobi. "Just decided on a whim that I wanted to jump into the lake."

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Man dies in Oshkosh apartment fireSubmitted: 12/27/2014

OSHKOSH - Police in Oshkosh say a 64-year-old man is dead after his duplex caught fire.

Sgt. Eric Stenson said in a statement that firefighters got a call of a man on fire in an apartment about 1:15 a.m. Friday. Police and firefighters arrived to find heavy smoke and flames coming from the upstairs section of the duplex and a 57-year-old woman named Kandi West leaning out a second-floor window.

Firefighters rescued West while police evacuated the lower-level tenants. Firefighters found 64-year-old Stephen (Dallas) A. West in the second-floor apartment with severe burns. He was transported to a nearby hospital and then flown to a Madison burn unit where he died of smoke and heat inhalation.

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Marquette Co. Sheriff's Office looking for missing Montello man Submitted: 12/27/2014

MONTELLO - The Marquette County Sheriff's Office and Wisconsin Department of Justice need your help finding a missing Montello man.

They say 73-year-old Joseph Neis went missing between 6 and 7 Saturday morning. They believe he left on foot from his residence on Cedar Lane in Montello. Deputies think he is suffering from Dementia or some other cognitive impairment.

Deputies say he recently spoke about visiting relatives in Fond du Lac and Beaver Dam. He also frequents two restaurants in the Portage area, The Golden Cup 2 Cafe and Red Apple. Both places have been checked and he was at neither location.

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Heavy snow knocks out power Submitted: 12/27/2014

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WISCONSIN - A few hundred people in the Northwoods could spend the night in the dark. Heavy overnight snowfall knocked power out for many Wisconsin Public Service customers Saturday.

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Holiday season, snow boost sales for some Northwoods businessesSubmitted: 12/27/2014

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RHINELANDER - The holiday season can boost sales for some Northwoods businesses. But this year the snow may have helped boost business more than holidays.

The early snow fall had many people shopping for new winter clothes and boots. Some business owners think sales have been high this year because there's a lot of snow but it's not too cold.

They believe that inspires more people to want to do outdoor activities.

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