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Former police officer who robbed bank gets 9 years in prison Submitted: 09/21/2014

MILWAUKEE - A former Mukwonago police officer convicted of robbing a bank while he was still on the force has been sentenced to nine years in federal prison.

44-year-old Alvin J. Brook robbed a bank in 2010 while brandishing his police-issued handgun, and made off with $54,000.

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Man accused of fondling cancer patient in hospital Submitted: 09/21/2014

LA CROSSE - A Whitehall man is accused of fondling a terminally ill cancer patient while she was sedated in her hospital bed.

The woman asked him to bring her some clothes and personal items, and he decided to stay the night.

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UWSP student, instructor teaming up on safety app Submitted: 09/19/2014

STEVENS POINT - Two members of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point community are developing a safety app that allows students to track the location of friends when they go out on the town.

Stevens Point Journal Media (http://spjour.nl/1DmZSyb ) reports UWSP senior Jenna Furger and instructor Drew Frisk are working together to conduct the smartphone program's first beta test. They hope to roll out the app within the next couple of months.

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Update: Body of missing boater found in Kenosha County Submitted: 09/19/2014

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KENOSHA - Update: 9/19/14 4:15pm

Sheriff's officials say the body of a missing fisherman has been recovered from a lake in Kenosha County.

Authorities say the body of 66-year-old John Spoor, of McHenry, Illinois, was found in about 7 feet of water Friday morning.

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Corn growers urge driver caution during harvest Submitted: 09/19/2014

ACCROSS WISCONSIN - Corn growers are warning drivers to watch out for farm machinery as the harvest season approaches.

The Wisconsin Corn Growers Association says motorists can expect to see more farm equipment on the roads in the coming weeks as the harvest beings.

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UW students can get ID's to vote Submitted: 09/19/2014

MADISON - University of Wisconsin System campuses will provide free voter identification cards to students that ask for them.

A regular university ID won't work at the polls.

That's because it doesn't comply with a new state law that requires a signature and expiration date on the cards.

Cards from UW-Superior are the only ones that meet those requirements.

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Hearing set on request to change Wisconsin ballot Submitted: 09/18/2014

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MADISON - A court hearing has been set for next week in the lawsuit filed by Republican legislative leaders seeking to force a change in the model ballot for the November election.

Meanwhile, the state elections board is telling local clerks to move forward with sending out absentee ballots while the lawsuit is pending.

The complaint was filed Wednesday in Waukesha County Circuit Court by state Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald and Assembly Speaker Robin Vos. They argue the ballot as drafted is confusing and unfairly benefits Democrats because of how it's designed.

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Latest Wisconsin job numbers come out Submitted: 09/18/2014

MADISON - Wisconsin's private sector job growth is 33rd nationwide and behind the national average.

New data released Thursday by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics shows private-sector job growth in Wisconsin grew nearly 1.3 percent for the 12-month period ending in March.

The national average was just over 2 percent. That ranked Wisconsin 33rd compared with all 50 states.

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Wisconsin single mom poverty rate rose 2.5 percent Submitted: 09/18/2014

WISCONSIN - A recent survey released by the U.S. Census Bureau has found poverty is increasing for single mothers in Wisconsin.

The latest American Community Survey, which focused on family homes with children under the age of 18, found 4 out of 10 single-mother households in the state were living in poverty last year. The bureau says the increase from nearly 40 percent in 2012 to 42.5 percent in 2013 is statistically significant.

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Wisconsin DNR says manure spill contained quickly, didn't effect drinking water Submitted: 09/18/2014

BRUSSELS, WI - Wisconsin officials say a 640,000-gallon manure leak at a Door County farm hasn't contaminated drinking water.

The state Department of Natural Resources said Wednesday the spill was contained quickly on Tuesday and crews have been pumping the waste since.

The manure leaked from an above-ground storage container at a dairy farm in Brussels.

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