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Black Earth Meats to close

The owner of Black Earth Meats says his business will close by the end of July. More>>

Police demonstrate dangers of hot cars Video included

 When time was up, the outside temperature read 86 but his car's temperature was 104 degrees.


Kramer uses campaign funds to fight sex assault accusations Video included

A campaign finance report shows republican lawmaker Bill Kramer used donor funds to pay an attorney $10,000 to defend him against felony, sex assault charges. More>>

Waiting lists at tech colleges to shrink thanks to $35 million grant Video included

 The money will be used to get more students into programs and courses in high-demand fields.


United Way president retiring in 2015 Video included

MADISON (WKOW) --The top official at the United Way of Dane County is retiring. More>>

Tornado recovery continues in Platteville as home and business owners apply for low-interest loans Video included

More than a month has passed since a handful of tornadoes swept through Southeast Wisconsin. In the small college community of Platteville the recovery continues. Several homes are still unlivable at this time. A handful of businesses are still closed after the storm. More>>

UPDATE: Gov. Walker got $68,500 from corporations that outsourced jobs Video included

MADISON (WKOW) -- Gov. Scott Walker's most recent campaign finance report shows he received money from 11 corporations that have outsourced jobs to other countries. More>>

Terence Doddy charged with second killing

Prosecutors in Lee County, Illinois, filed 12 murder counts against 36-year-old Terrence Doddy, of Rockford. Tonya Bargman, 44, was killed July 1. More>>

Walker campaign releases new advertisement

Governor Scott Walker's campaign has released "Not So Much," a new statewide television advertisement.

Cottage Grove man arrested after vehicle versus building crash

A Cottage Grove man was arrested for his first drunken driving offense causing injury after he struck the side of a building. More>>

Wisconsin GOP files complaint over Trek Bicycles ad

The Republican Party of Wisconsin has filed a complaint with the Government Accountability Board alleging that Trek Bicycle Corporation is using corporate dollars to aid Mary Burke’s campaign. More>>

Red Cross urges blood donation in face of looming shortage Video included

The American Red Cross announced Tuesday it is facing a looming blood shortage and has an urgent need for donors of all blood types.

Boy thought to be missing found

A Dane County Sheriff's Deputy tells 27 News a two-year-old previously missing has been found. More>>

Court says insurance policies purchased through federal exchange aren't eligible for subsidies Video included

WASHINGTON (AP) -- A federal appeals court has delivered a serious setback to President Barack Obama's health care law, potentially derailing subsidies for many low and middle-income people who have bought policies.If upheld, the decision could mean premium increases for more than half of the 8 million Americans who purchased taxpayer-subsidized insurance under the law.It affects consumers who purchased their coverage through the federal insurance marketplace -- or exchange-- that serves 36 s... More>>

Woman taken into custody after standoff

Officials took a woman into protective custody after a standoff Monday night; during the standoff, she threatened to shoot officers. More>>


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