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Anissa Weier listens as former teachers testify during her trial in Waukesha County Court in Wisconsin in September. A jury agreed that she was not responsible for her actions because of mental illness. Rick Wood/AP hide caption

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Christine Thompson lives in Milwaukee with her children ages 7 and 3. They have been served a "Notice to Vacate" by their landlord for not paying rent. In Wisconsin, and most other areas of the country, landlords may evict tenants during any time of the year, including during the winter. Coburn Dukehart for NPR hide caption

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As Temperatures Fall, No Halt To Evictions Across Most Of The Country

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Though California has surpassed Wisconsin as the nation's largest producer of milk, Wisconsin still produces the most cheese. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Is Wisconsin Still 'America's Dairyland' Or Does It Need A New Slogan?

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Former state Sens. Dale Schultz, at podium, and Tim Cullen discuss gerrymandering in Wisconsin. Ailsa Chang/NPR hide caption

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Renewed Calls For Patriotism Over Politics When Drawing District Lines

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Wisconsin lawmakers are considering a $3 billion package of incentives to encourage Taiwanese electronics company Foxconn, which has had a presence in southern China, to build a factory in the state. Stringer/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Despite Fiscal Warning, Wisconsin Plans To Move Ahead With Foxconn Deal

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The Supreme Court has not ruled on "purely partisan gerrymanders," which means drawing voting districts with the aim of strengthening one political party, since 2004. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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In Wisconsin, U.S. Cellular hired Jason Julian and his draft horses to help upgrade equipment on about 200 cell towers, some of which are served by hard-to-navigate access roads. Ann-Elise Henzl/WUWM hide caption

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How Draft Horses Are Helping Upgrade Cell Towers In Wisconsin

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After the Trump administration and British government announced that passengers flying into the U.S. and Britain on direct flights from a number of majority-Muslim nations must place most electronic devices in their checked bags, Royal Jordanian airlines released a list of 12 things passengers could do on a long flight without their favorite device. Khalil Mazraawi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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What To Do Without A Laptop On A Long Flight

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On Tuesday, William Wangerin (front) and three other judges consider cheeses at the U.S. Championship Cheese Contest in Green Bay, Wis. The contest organizer, Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association, says the number of cheeses, yogurts and butters competing at this year's event is at an all-time high. Carrie Antlfinger/AP hide caption

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A Good Dentist Is Hard To Find In Rural America

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Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., and Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., seen here in 2012, are both facing competitive elections in 2016. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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How To Lose The Senate In 82 Days

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