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Rodgers Added to Packers Roster, Callahan Released

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was officially added to the team's roster on Saturday. QB Joe Callahan has been released in order to make room for Rodgers.

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Flames threaten rich California enclave, residents flee

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The fourth-largest wildfire in California history continues to grow and threaten thousands of homes despite armies of fire crews and fleets of bulldozers and aircraft. More>>

Waunakee Church shows Live Nativity

A Waunakee church is celebrating the holiday season.

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Woman allegedly sexually assaulted after dating website meeting

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Madison police are investigating an alleged sexual assault after a woman met a man on a dating website.

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Two former guards targets in Lincoln Hills investigation Video included

Federal prosecutors have identified two former guards as targets of an excessive force probe at Lincoln Hills youth prison.

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Argument nearly turns deadly on Madison's south side

A domestic dispute nearly turned deadly Saturday on the south side of Madison. Police arrested two people after a woman tried stabbing a man.

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Free holiday shipping, postal deadlines coming up

If you're a last-minute shopper, the clock's ticking to get your gits shipped for "free and under the tree" in time for the holidays.    

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Man-made snow for winter fun despite the sun Video included

MADISON (WKOW) - Man-made snow allowed skiers to enjoy winter fun despite the sun.     Madison Nordic Ski Club partnered with Central Cross Country Ski Association and City of Madison Parks to host an early season ski event on Saturday, Dec. 16, at Elver Park on Madison's southwest side.  Despite above normal temperatures, people enjoyed cross-country skiing in man-made snow.  "It's something that we can do to help get people outdoors and enjoy all...

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Feds deny restriction on using certain words in CDC budget proposal

Officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say 'banned words' is a complete "mischaracterization of discussions regarding the budget formulation process."

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