MADISON (WKOW) -- Governor Scott Walker is still comitted to the lofty campaign pledge of creating 250-thousand jobs during his first term in office. Walker made the promise during his 2010 run for the Governor's mansion. "We're still aiming for that," Walker said Wednesday outside a Wisconsin Hospital Association event at Monona Terrace. More>>
Among them, a bill legalizing the use of a marijuana by-product to help treat children's seizures. More>>
ABC News reports six are confirmed dead and 290 still missing after a ferry sank in the cold waters off South Korea's southern coast. More>>
MADISON (WKOW) -- News that the Milwaukee Bucks have new ownership leaked a few hours before the official announcement Wednesday. Governor Scott Walker talked about it while in Madison earlier that day, thanking former Senator Herb Kohl for his commitment to keep the team in the state. More>>
Stephen Verhage told the judge he had no excuses for stealing the money from Kennedy Little League
New ownership announced and donation of $100 million for a new arena
Marquette County Sheriff's Office is looking for any information after two dogs were found dead in the Township of Montello. More>>
The Badgers will meet LSU in prime time for the 2014 football season opener. The school announced it will face the Tigers at 8 p.m. CT at NRG Stadium in Houston on Aug. 30 in the AdvoCare Texas Kickoff.
Investigators in Prairie du Chien say there is no indication of foul play in the fire that destroyed the Slumberland Furniture store. More>>
Cases of mumps are increasing on the UW-Madison campus. More>>
Feds arrest 27 people in Wisconsin on drug-trafficking and other related charges.
John Mellencamp wants Governor Scott Walker to think about supporting union rights.
The Dane County Sheriff's Office has released surveillance photos from a Tuesday armed robbery in the town of Burke, hoping the pictures help lead to the arrest of two suspects. The photos show one suspect in a hooded sweatshirt.
John Murray confirms to 27 News he announced to the common council Tuesday night that will leave the mayor position as of April 30.
MADISON (WKOW) -- A new scam appears to be targeting college students that rent in Madison, according to police.The Madison Police Department says a single sheet of paper, advising the current resident of a newly created "online rent system", is being place underneath the renter's door. It tells the renter that all interested parties should contact a listed manager's email with specific information, like name, date of birth, social security number, and credit card information.The flier even o... More>>
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