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Sunday State News

(11/17/13)

Wheeler News Service – Sunday,
November 17, 2013 - News Summary

Wisconsin Lottery Numbers
(drawn Saturday night):

Powerball:  10 – 29 – 37 – 44
– 59  Powerball: 10

Mega Bucks:  6 – 21 – 23 – 34
– 36 - 39

SuperCash:  3 – 6 – 11 – 20 –
27 – 29  Doubler: NO

Badger 5:  2 - 19 - 21 - 30 -
31

Daily Pick 4:  3 - 0 - 8 -
9

Daily Pick 3:  6 - 5 -
6

Here are the
stories:

For the first time since the 2012 presidential race,
Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan made a visit to the Hawkeye State last night.
The vice-presidential candidate appeared for a fundraiser and a birthday party
for Iowa Governor Terry Brandstad. During the stop, Ryan thanked supporters for
their efforts to elect Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney. During his
20-minute speech, Ryan criticized "big government" and the roll-out of
Obamacare, adding that Republicans should be optimistic in opposing
it.

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Two men have been charged in
the strangling death of a 65-year-old Glendale man. 25-year-old Nicholas
Retzlaff and 28-year-old Robert Christophel are accused of burglarizing Peter
Holzberger's home on November 5. Authorities say the two men tied the victim up
and hid him in a basement bedroom. A friend of the victim reported him missing
on November 10, but was not found until three days later. Both men face
first-degree intentional homicide and burglary charges, they are being held in
the Milwaukee County Jail.

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Authorities have identified a
woman killed while crossing a street on Friday afternoon. The Vilas County
Sheriff's office says 87-year-old Irma Pitlik was killed when she crossed an
intersection and was struck by an incoming vehicle. Authorities are still
investigating the crash and are not releasing additional details... the driver's
name has not been released.

 

 

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