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We hope you enjoy this service on your computer, or on-the-go. Thank you for making FOX 11 your source for balanced news and severe weather coverage.
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Photos of a fire on Watson St., the main street in downtown Ripon, Dec. 11, 2013.
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Police searching the apartment where a 40-year-old man held officers in a standoff turned up weapons but no explosives.
A Wisconsin historical site will offer history lovers a chance to prepare a 19th-century meal next month.