RHINELANDER - Automakers put more technology in every new car they design.
Nicolet automotive technician students can now train on a high-tech car thanks to a generous donation.
State Farm Insurance donated a 2012 Ford Fusion to the college. The car was totaled by flood damage. It lets students work on the latest technology featured in newer models.
"When you start dealing with the body electrical systems, this car is just a gold mine of electrical accessories, so the students are going to benefit so much from the donation," says Nicolet College Automotive Instructor Chris Kolasa.
Brenda Labonte is one of three female students in Nicolet's Automotive Technician program. She says computerized cars take more than mechanics to repair.
"So many people out there are leaning toward the newer vehicles, the ones that have more technology in them," says Lobonte. "That benefits us so that way we can help them further."
Kumbier Towing from Minocqua and Quality Collison of Rhinelander helped get the car to Nicolet College from Milwaukee.
MADISON - State attorneys have asked a federal judge to stay a ruling allowing people to vote without photo identification in November's election pending an appeal.
In Milwaukee this week, U.S. District Judge Lynn Adelman issued a preliminary injunction allowing people who haven't been able to obtain IDs to vote in the Nov. 8 election if they sign an affidavit explaining why they couldn't get the identification.
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