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Thursday, November 27, 2014 |  Madison, WI: 8.0° F  Mostly Cloudy
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Happy Brunch everyone! Due to a couple technical issues, we might have to forgo the actual brunch photo today, but I'd like you to visualize a heaping plate of banana pancakes with a side of grilled potatoes. All of which can be found at the Sunroom Cafe. High of 53, low of 37 today in the capital of the Sconz.

Troublemakers every where beware: Ford has discontinued the Crown Victoria, meaning cop cars may just start looking like everybody else's. Max Schlusser takes a ride in MPD's new Dodge Chargers.

Wisconsin is borrowing money from federal unemployment insurance fund because of the overload. $1.2 billion owed to the feds!

UW proposes "liberal studies" major. And that doesn't mean the study of left-leaning individuals brains -- remember, in Madison that would be called "progressive studies."

Secretary of Education Arne Duncan to be one of two speakers at the UW commencement this Spring. Not bad!

"I was like, wow. That's a lot of money," says Scott Walker in his first TV ad, which made English teachers all over Wisconsin cringe.

Max Manasevit makes the case against the Herald running the holocaust denial ad.

Doyle signs bill mandating carbon monoxide detectors in all homes. More importantly, women can now breast-feed in public, proving that Wisconsin is both women-friendly and baby-friendly.

Wisconsin has the worst air pollution in the nation?

Bill will restore Wisconsin veterans' access to six years of tuition-free education from the state.

DOJ investigation of Mike Verveer continues. What a bizarre case. Verveer is accused of improperly aiding defendants as a prosecutor. Verveer firmly denies the charges.

A video look inside the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. A tad bit self-righteous, but I guess I don't blame them. People need to understand the role newspapers serve in a community.

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