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Topic - Douglas
Some say a proposed pipeline may only shift flooding troubles from beleaguered Rice Lake residents to landowners and residents a few miles to the south. Others say they were very disappointed about how they were told of the pipeline and have more questions than answers.
A federal judge has ordered discredited former Douglas County crime scene investigator David Kofoed to pay about $6.6 million to two men he is accused of framing for a double murder they didn't commit.
He said his son had been good at science and math in school and made Eagle Scout last year.
His father, Douglas, told The (Doylestown) Intelligencer that he knew nothing about the charges.