Daily Dose Nov. 3, 2016

State:  According to USA Weekly, a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the man who beat a Saudi student to death along Main Street amid Halloween weekend revelry has grown to $20,000. Hussain Saeed Alnahdi, 24, was a junior majoring in business administration and was enrolled at University of Wisconsin-Stout.  Saeed died Nov. 1  after being assaulted on a street in downtown Menomonie.

Local:   WAOW reported former Wisconsin Woodchuck Ben Zobrist was named the World Series MVP after his Chicago Cubs edged the Cleveland Indians 8-7 in Game 7 of an epic World Series. Zobrist played in Wausau for the Woodchucks of the Summer Collegiate Northwoods League in 2003. He was voted team MVP and led his team to the league championship.

Junior Maggie Negaard committed to Drake University for a scholarship to play Division 1 Women’s Basketball. In her sophomore season, she averaged 23.1 points, five rebounds and 2.9 assists. She also improved her free throw shooting by 18 percent from her freshman season and had 53 steals on the season. She is ranked second in the state of Wisconsin, class of 2018, and has set eight school records.