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Altoona man heading to CA for earthquake relief
Updated: 6:13 PM
- He will be working in Bulk Distribution in California providing relief supplies such as clean-up supplies and water to affected residents.
Packers rookies Janis, Elliott bolster roster bids
Posted: 3:24 PM
- The rookies who have made two of the strongest impressions this preseason for the Green Bay Packers weren't at the top of the team's draft board.
Mother charged with homicide in child's death
Updated: 7:01 AM
- A mother has been charged with homicide in Dane County after her 1-year-old daughter was struck and killed by a van while riding in a wheelchair.
Woman accused of using children to steal from store
Posted: 3:11 PM
- The criminal complaint says 43-year-old Aimee Paffel tried to steal several items from a Kohl's store.
Recount flips results in Wisconsin Senate primary
Posted: 3:04 PM
- A recount that did not include 110 missing ballots has flipped the results in a Democratic primary for a state Senate seat.
Pro-Russia separatists in control of coastal town
Posted: 2:47 PM
- Reporters today saw at least a half-dozen tanks in the town, bearing the flags of a would-be state proclaimed by rebels in two eastern Ukraine regions.
Vikings WR Simpson gets 3-game suspension by NFL
Posted: 2:43 PM
- Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Jerome Simpson has been suspended for three games for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, his second such punishment in three seasons.
US: Too soon evaluate Pakistan offensive
Posted: 2:27 PM
- U.S. military leaders say it's too soon to tell if Pakistan's offensive against militants in North Waziristan has been effective or simply symbolic.
UW-Stout McCalmont Hall project nearly finished
Posted: 2:25 PM
- The nine-month project at McCalmont Hall is wrapping up, allowing 194 students to move in Sunday, Aug. 31, for the 2014-15 academic year.
Ebola in mind, some U.S. colleges screen students
Updated: 1:44 PM
- While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have issued no specific recommendations for colleges, some state health departments, including in South Carolina and North Dakota, have spelled out for administrators what symptoms to look for and how to react.
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