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A winter storm watch by the National Weather Service in Duluth had race organizers hopeful on Thursday, but heavy snow ended up tracking well to the south of the area.

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Kelly L. Baxter was arrested this week after DNA collected following a sexual assault conviction last year matched evidence taken from the rape of a 78-year-old woman in 2000.

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The State Supreme Court ruled 4-2 on Friday that requests from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency are exempt from the state Open Records Law. http://ow.ly/SE7b309kUAb

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The DOJ on Friday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review the 2-1 decision from November, which found the maps drawn in 2011 were unconstitutional because Republicans drew them in a way intended to minimize the impact of votes cast by Democrats. http://ow.ly/CP8C309kUav

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Citizen Action of Wisconsin held the meeting focused on the Affordable Care Act and invited both Representative Sean Duffy and Senator Ron Johnson at their offices in Wausau and Milwaukee.

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The one-year deal would allow local police and emergency units, local governments and public and private schools to buy 4-milligram doses of the drug in bulk for 75 dollars each.

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The most snow is likely in Wisconsin’s Price, Ashland, Iron and parts of Sawyer Counties, where six to twelve inches is forecast.

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Attorneys representing the family of Tony Robinson planned a Thursday press conference to announce the settlement in the fatal shooting of Robinson, who was biracial, by white Officer Matt Kenny.

Attorneys representing the family of Tony Robinson planned a Thursday press conference to announce the settlement in the fatal shooting of Robinson, who was biracial, by white Officer Matt Kenny.

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Leaders and rank-and-file members were at the Capitol on Wednesday, pushing back on the governor’s budget proposal to repeal the state’s prevailing wage law.
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