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3:19 pm
Wed July 24, 2013

Author Lives According to Martha Stewart - and Finds It's a Good Thing

As part of her year of "Living," author Jen Lancaster learned to knit.
Credit Jen Lancaster

Lake Effect's Stephanie Lecci interviews author Jen Lancaster.

An author spends a year living following the philosophy of Martha Stewart.

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Politics & Government
2:33 pm
Wed July 24, 2013

Senators Suggest "Safety Zones" for Mine Testing Site

Safety zones would keep workers and tourists in the Penokee Hills separated

State Senators Tim Cullen, Bob Jauch and Dale Schultz say they're designing a safety plan for Wisconsin's Northwoods - to protect both Gogebic Taconite employees and people recreating.

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Politics & Government
1:46 pm
Wed July 24, 2013

Police Arrest Demonstrators at State Capitol

Smaller gatherings took root, after 2011's massive demonstrations ended
Credit Peter Gorman

Officers handcuffed about 20 protesters at the Capitol on Wednesday and cited them, as the Walker administration enforces rules regarding demonstrations.

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Health & Science
12:10 pm
Wed July 24, 2013

Book Details Long History of Doping in Sports

Dan Rosen says performance enhancing drugs have been a part of sports for centuries.
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Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews author Dan Rosen on the history of doping in sports.

The news continues to sink in that Ryan Braun will sit out the rest of this season after being suspended by Major League Baseball for involvement with performance-enhancing drugs.

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Health & Science
12:03 pm
Wed July 24, 2013

Research Points to Bias Against the Obese

There may be an "anti-fat attitude" among fitness health professionals.
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Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews Dr. Christy Greenleaf, an expert in so-called “obesity bias."

"Obesity bias" is a growing issue that comes from an unlikely source - the people trying to help the obese lose weight.

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