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UW-Madison sees increase in international graduate students Submitted: 10/14/2018

MADISON - The University of Wisconsin-Madison is seeing an increase in international graduate students, bucking the nationwide drop in international graduate students.

Wisconsin Public Radio reports that 725 new international graduate students enrolled at UW-Madison in 2017, up from about 670 students in 2016.

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UPDATE: Missing Waupaca Co. child found Submitted: 10/14/2018

HARRISON - A young boy that went missing in Waupaca County was found dead early Sunday morning. 

According to the Waupaca County Sheriff's Office, their Communications Center received a report on Saturday afternoon at 3:24 p.m. that this 18-month-old child had gone missing from his home.

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Police say police shot man with handgun in Strum Submitted: 10/13/2018

STRUM - Authorities say a man was shot by police in Strum after officers responded to a report of a subject with a gun.

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Wisconsin voters help consider closing 'dark store' loophole Submitted: 10/13/2018

MADISON - Wisconsin voters will decide this fall if lawmakers should close the state's so-called "dark store" loophole.

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Bodies found in Michael's aftermath Submitted: 10/12/2018

PANAMA CITY, FL - An official leading search-and-rescue efforts in one of the Florida communities hit hardest by Hurricane Michael says searchers have found bodies.

Joseph Zahralban is Miami's fire chief. On Friday, he was in Mexico Beach on the Gulf Coast acting as a task force leader for a search-and-rescue unit. He told The Associated Press that searchers found "individuals who are deceased" among the devastation in Mexico Beach and surrounding Bay County.

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Man in custody for fire that killed toddler Submitted: 10/12/2018

MENASHA - A man wanted in connection with a house fire that killed a toddler in Menasha has turned himself in to police.

A criminal complaint alleges 29-year-old Vernon Williams was drunk and asleep when a 3-year-old, playing with a lighter, started a blanket on fire Sept. 6. That child and a 5-year-old escaped the fire, but an 18-month-old boy was killed.

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Michael destroys Florida Panhandle; speeds through the Carolinas Submitted: 10/11/2018

PANAMA CITY, FL - The Florida resort city of Panama City Beach appears to have escaped the worst of Hurricane Michael.

While houses along the city's beachfront had broken windows and missing shingles, the destruction was nowhere near that sustained by Mexico Beach or even Panama City, just 10 miles to the east.

Panama City Beach's streets were remarkably free of sand and falling trees, the kind of debris making rescue and recovery efforts so difficult in other areas hit by the storm.

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Applications open for help with heating costs Submitted: 10/11/2018

GREEN BAY - Seeing snow flying around may make you want to crank up the thermostat.

Some people might be afraid to do that because they can't afford the bills.

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Pence campaigns for Walker in Wisconsin Submitted: 10/10/2018

GREEN BAY - Governor Scott Walker got a boost in his campaign from Mike Pence today.

The vice president made stops in both Green Bay and Eau Claire as he encouraged voters to give Walker another term.

"You look at the record of Governor Scott Walker, a guy that grew up in this state," Pence told the crowd. "Knows Wisconsin like the back of his hand. Build everything that matters… A family, a good name, a lifetime of service."

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Wisconsin receiver sues university over discipline probe Submitted: 10/10/2018

MADISON - Embattled University of Wisconsin receiver Quintez Cephus is suing the school because he says a disciplinary probe it is conducting while he's trying to defend himself in a criminal sexual assault case violates his rights.

Cephus was suspended from the Badgers in August after he was charged with sexually assaulting two drunken women in his apartment. Cephus says the sex was consensual .

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