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Wisconsin ranked one of the most miserable states to celebrate Thanksgiving


Wisconsin ranks #5 in the country when it comes to having a miserable Thanksgiving. That's according to the online national real estate search site Estately.com.


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SEATTLE, WA (WKOW) -- Wisconsin ranks #5 in the country when it comes to having a miserable Thanksgiving.That's according to the online national real estate search site Estately.com.It rated the most miserable states to celebrate the holiday, based on binge drinking, food poisoning episodes, political arguments at the dinner table and your favorite NFL team losing that day, among other things.Ohio was named the #1 most miserable state to celebrate Thanksgiving, Hawaii was the best state to celebrate.For a look at the blog and where other states came in, click here. wnad_52.load(); if (Worldnow.EventMan) Worldnow.EventMan.event('WNCol2done'); wnad_54.load(); if (Worldnow.EventMan) Worldnow.EventMan.event('WNCol23done'); wnad_43.load(); wnad_44.load(); MORE LOCAL NEWS&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp <a href="/Global/category.asp?C=135516&nav=menu1362_2_5"> more >></a>MORE LOCAL NEWSMore>> UPDATE: Madison alders approve money for grocery runsUPDATE: Madison alders approve money for grocery runsTuesday night, Madison alders will vote on an idea to allot $15,000 to help residents on Allied Drive feed their familiesThe neighborhood has been designated as a "food desert" after Walgreens moved out of the neighborhood.More >>Tuesday night, Madison alders will vote on an idea to allot $15,000 to help residents on Allied Drive feed their familiesThe neighborhood has been designated as a "food desert" after Walgreens moved out of the neighborhood.More >>Madison alders approve development, body cam proposalsMadison alders approve development, body cam proposalsThe Madison common council on Tuesday night approved proposals involving Judge Doyle Square and body cameras for police.More >>The Madison common council on Tuesday night approved proposals involving Judge Doyle Square and body cameras for police.More >>Kaminsky scores 23, No5 Wisconsin beats Indiana 92-78Kaminsky scores 23, No5 Wisconsin beats Indiana 92-78Badgers basketballFrank Kaminsky scored 23 points and No5 Wisconsin's athletic frontcourt overwhelmed Indiana in a 92-78 win on Tuesday night.More >>Frank Kaminsky scored 23 points and No5 Wisconsin's athletic frontcourt overwhelmed Indiana in a 92-78 win on Tuesday night.More >>Student dies in Burnett CocrashStudent dies in Burnett CocrashPhoto: WQOWFREDERIC (WKOW) -- A foreign exchange student from Kazakhstan is dead after a crash in Burnett County.The Burnett County Sheriff's Department says it happened Tuesday night on Highway 48 just west of Frederic.More >>FREDERIC (WKOW) -- A foreign exchange student from Kazakhstan is dead after a crash in Burnett County.The Burnett County Sheriff's Department says it happened Tuesday night on Highway 48 just west of FredericMore >>Train derailment near Dubuque sends cars into riverTrain derailment near Dubuque sends cars into riverA train derailment in Iowa sent three cars into the Mississippi River.More >>A train derailment in Iowa sent three cars into the Mississippi RiverMore >>Smokey the Bear located in a ditch in the Town of VernonSmokey the Bear located in a ditch in the Town of VernonA six-foot tall "Smokey the Bear" sign is stolen from the Vernon Fire Department.More >>A six-foot tall "Smokey the Bear" sign is stolen from the Vernon Fire Department.More >>Packers defensive tackle Letroy Guion arrested with 357 grams of marijuanaPackers defensive tackle Letroy Guion arrested with 357 grams of marijuana Packers defensive tackle Letroy Guion has been arrested for marijuana possession in his hometown of Starke, Florida, according Rob Demovsky of ESPN.comMore >> Packers defensive tackle Letroy Guion has been arrested for marijuana possession in his hometown of Starke, Florida, according Rob Demovsky of ESPN.comMore >>Medford man sentenced to prison for burning businessesMedford man sentenced to prison for burning businessesMADISON (AP) -- A Medford man has been sentenced to 11 years in prison for burning down his pizza business in order to collect insurance money.More >>MADISON (AP) -- A Medford man has been sentenced to 11 years in prison for burning down his pizza business in order to collect insurance money.More >>Nearly 243,000 concealed carry permits issuedNearly 243,000 concealed carry permits issuedMADISON (AP) -- Nearly 243,000 people in Wisconsin hold a permit to carry a concealed gun.More >>MADISON (AP) -- Nearly 243,000 people in Wisconsin hold a permit to carry a concealed gun.More >>Smokey Bear sign stolen in VernonSmokey Bear sign stolen in VernonTOWN OF VERNON (AP) -- The Vernon Fire Department is searching for a 6-foot-tall Smokey Bear cutout that disappeared over the weekend.More >>TOWN OF VERNON (AP) -- The Vernon Fire Department is searching for a 6-foot-tall Smokey Bear cutout that disappeared over the weekend.More >>   if (Worldnow.EventMan) Worldnow.EventMan.event('WNCol4done');

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