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UPDATE: Woman shot overnight in Madison has died, police searching for 2 suspects Video included

Madison police investigate an attempted homicide where two people were shot. 


Politicians' reactions pour in amidst failed Affordable Care Act repeal Video included

Senator John McCain (R-AZ) is defending his decision to vote against party lines and vote no on the repeal to the Affordable Care Act, called the Skinny Repeal Bill.   


Fans can meet Wisconsin football team Friday at "Family Fun Day"

Fans are invited to meet this year's Badger Football team Friday. 


Curfews begin at Madison malls Friday

East Towne and West Towne Mall curfew begins late Friday afternoon.


The Latest: Health care amendment defeated in Senate vote


The country's biggest organization of health plans is opposing the Senate Republicans' latest approach to scrapping the Obama health care law. More>>

UPDATE: Cambria community hosts an emotional memorial for explosion victims Video included

It was a night many shared with memories and tears. A ceremony was put on in Cambria Thursday night to remember the lives lost during the explosion at Didion Milling in May.


FEMA to assess flood damage in southeast Wisconsin

The Federal Emergency Management Agency will be in Wisconsin next week to check out flood damage in three southeast counties.


Navitus to anchor new West Place development project Video included

MADISON (WKOW) --- The West Towne development project put on hold earlier this year is back on track. Representatives from developer Livesey announced that Navitus Health Solutions will anchor the project, bringing with it about 350 new jobs to the city. Alder Paul Skidmore said as Navitus grows and picks up new accounts, the number of new jobs could increase to about a thousand. Livesey representatives laid out its new plan for the project to community members at the meeting Thurs...


UPDATE: Governor Walker welcomes Foxconn to Wisconsin Video included

Governor Scott Walker and Foxconn Founder and CEO Terry Gou signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) at the Milwaukee Art Museum.


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