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Wisconsin-Based Kohler Introduces Odor-Eating Toilet Seat

In this photo provided by the Kohler Co. demonstrates how to access the housing that contains a carbon filter and scent packs on a new no-smell toilet seat the Wisconsin company is introducing. - Photo: AP/Kohler Co., David Wallace

Blow out the candle and ditch the aerosol can.
    
Kohler Co. has introduced a deodorizing toilet seat that it says eliminates embarrassing bathroom odors and the need for candles and sprays to cover them up.
    

Amish Man Dies in SW Wisconsin Manure Spreader Accident

Officials say an Amish man has died after he was run over by a horse-drawn manure spreader in the southern Wisconsin town of Elk Grove.

Wisconsin Gun Deer License Sales Lagging

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Wisconsin's gun deer license sales are lagging dramatically behind last year's pace.
    
Department of Natural Resources data shows hunters had purchased 565,663 licenses as of Monday. That's down about 11,175 licenses from the same point last year.
    

2 Red Wing Men Arrested after Western Wis. Bar Fight

Two Red Wing men were arrested after a fight at a Western Wisconsin bar Saturday that sent another man to the hospital with critical injuries.

Fire at La Crosse Fuels Plant Extinguished

Firefighters in La Crosse have contained a blaze that erupted from an explosion at a fuels plant.
    
Officials say the explosion and fire erupted in an above-ground tank containing an unknown amount of diesel fuel and asphalt at Midwest Fuels Wednesday about 7 a.m.
    

Stranded on a Snowy Highway? Here's What to Do

Stranded on the median, Angel Abendano, left, and Santiago Cuevas wait for assistance after losing control of their vehicle on the Pennyrile Parkway Monday, Nov. 17, 2014 after the first snow storm of the season dropped upwards of 5 inches of snow and ice - Photo: AP/The Gleaner, Mike Lawrence

Heavy snow has stranded many motorists on a western New York highway. Some tips on what to do if you find yourself stuck in the snow:
    
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- Pull off the highway and make yourself visible to rescuers. Turn on hazard lights and tie a bright cloth to your antenna or door handle.
    

Attorney Disputes Determination that Wis. Girl Accused in Stabbing is Fit to Stand Trial

In this Saturday, May 31, 2014, file photo, rescue workers take a 12-year-old stabbing victim to an ambulance in Waukesha, Wis. - Photo: AP/Abe Van Dyke, File

An attorney for one of two girls accused of trying to kill a classmate to please the fictional character Slender Man is challenging a doctor's determination that she is mentally fit to stand trial.