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Deer carcasses litter WI highways as removal duty changes

Some vehicle-struck deer aren't getting removed from Wisconsin highways as quickly as they're being run down, as officials adjust to a new carcass pickup system. 

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Olympic gymnastics ex-doctor pleads guilty to sex charges

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A person with knowledge of the deal says a former Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics doctor will pleaded guilty to sexual assault charges and face at least 25 years in prison. More>>

Macy's Thanksgiving parade revels on amid tight security

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New faces and old favorites will fly, float and march in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and police are going all-out to secure it in a year marked by attacks on outdoor gathering spots. More>>

The Latest: Israel sends condolences to Egypt after attack

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Egyptian state news agency reports 54 killed in bombing and shooting attack on mosque in volatile northern Sinai Peninsula. More>>

'We must work together,' Zimbabwe's new leader declares

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Zimbabweans preparing to greet country's new leader after whirlwind political drama. More>>

Madison church provides free Thanksgiving dinner for community

A local church opened their doors to the community this Thanksgiving.

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Madison police investigate shots fired near MATC

Madison police are looking for the suspects involved in gunfire near Madison College.

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UPDATE: Barn considered total loss after fire in Town of Christiana

The reported fire is at 292 Rodney Road in the Town of Christiana, just west of Cambridge.

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UPDATE: 2 men shot during early morning fight in Madison leaves neighbors rattled Video included

Two people are spending their Thanksgiving recovering after they were shot just a block away from a school in east Madison and neighbors are rattled. 

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Similarities between two armed robberies have police looking into connection

Middleton police tell 27 News they are looking into any possible connection between two recent armed robberies that have some similarities.

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  • UPDATE: Silver Alert canceled for Madison man

    UPDATE: Silver Alert canceled for Madison man

    The Silver Alert for Ray C. Smith was canceled shortly before 2 a.m. Friday.

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    The Silver Alert for Ray C. Smith was canceled shortly before 2 a.m. Friday.

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  • 14th annual Berbee Derby proves to be a popular local Thanksgiving tradition

    14th annual Berbee Derby proves to be a popular local Thanksgiving tradition

    Courtesy: Berbee Derby/FacebookCourtesy: Berbee Derby/Facebook
    FITCHBURG (WKOW) -- Over 6,400 people took part in the 14th annual Berbee Derby Thursday morning. The race offered both a 5 and a 10k run, complete with warming tents, food, music and lots of fun for the family to enjoy before digging in to Thanksgiving dinner. Organizers like Suzy Shain say the run is great because it offers something for every kind of runner. "There are so many different traditions we have people from all walks of life and we even have an army...More >>
    FITCHBURG (WKOW) -- Over 6,400 people took part in the 14th annual Berbee Derby Thursday morning. The race offered both a 5 and a 10k run, complete with warming tents, food, music and lots of fun for the family to enjoy before digging in to Thanksgiving dinner. Organizers like Suzy Shain say the run is great because it offers something for every kind of runner. "There are so many different traditions we have people from all walks of life and we even have an army...More >>
  • Free Thanksgiving meals delivered to doors

    Free Thanksgiving meals delivered to doors

    78 pies were served this year78 pies were served this year

    MADISON (WKOW) -- The First Congregational Church in Madison served free Thanksgiving meals for the 28th straight year. Members of the community started coming into the church's basement at noon and were served turkey, mashed potatoes, corn, bread and of course pie. 140 volunteers helped prepare and serve the food, and a handful cooked the turkey the night before or came in early to peel potatoes.  

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    MADISON (WKOW) -- The First Congregational Church in Madison served free Thanksgiving meals for the 28th straight year. Members of the community started coming into the church's basement at noon and were served turkey, mashed potatoes, corn, bread and of course pie. 140 volunteers helped prepare and serve the food, and a handful cooked the turkey the night before or came in early to peel potatoes.  

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