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A nearly one million dollar settlement has been reached between Habersham County, Georgia and the family of a toddler who was seriously injured in a law enforcement raid nearly a year ago. The little boy, Bounkham “Baby Bou Bou” Phonesavanh, and the rest of his family were staying with relatives in the town of Cornelia, […]

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Despite several Republicans announcing they are running for president in 2016, Governor Scott Walker says his attention remains on other priorities. Even though several Republicans have already made their plans public, Walker says he’s not feeling any pressure to push up his decision. During a stop in Appleton this week, Walker said “I’m focused on […]

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A Madison man accused of trying to join the Islamic State has entered a not guilty plea. Appearing in a US District Court in Madison Friday morning, 34-year-old Joshua Van Haften plead not guilty to a charge of attempting to provide material aid to the enemy. Prosecutors allege Van Haften traveled to the Middle East […]

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Despite the fact that concerns over the safety of vaccinations have been categorically disproven, some parents still won’t get their children vaccinated against common, preventable childhood diseases. That can have consequences, as illustrated by a measles outbreak this past winter. Dan Hopfensperger, Director of the Wisconsin Immunization Program in the state Department of Health Services, […]

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A Republican state lawmaker wants to eliminate a sick leave policy that greatly benefits members of the legislature. The proposal, from state Representative David Steffen (R-Green Bay), would keep lawmakers from being able to rollover unused sick time at the end of the year. Members get 10.5 days a year, which can be carried over […]

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