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Additional Wisconsin dairy farmers find new buyer for their milk

At least two additional dairy farmers who are about to see their contracts with Grassland Dairy expire due to a change in Canada's dairy pricing structure have found a new buyer for their milk.


Judge to make ruling on baked goods lawsuit next month

A Lafayette County judge plans to issue a ruling next month in the lawsuit three Wisconsin bakers have brought against the state in an effort to legally sell their baked goods.


Wisconsin DOJ, feds, police set up Drug Take Back Day

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The state Department of Justice, federal authorities and police are urging people to get rid of unwanted medications this weekend.


MPD: No injuries after shots fired at vehicle with two people inside

Authorities say a car was damaged after it was shot at Wednesday night.


Teen who stabbed classmate was punched by victim

Court testimony indicates the 15-year-old boy who stabbed and critically wounded a Kenosha high school classmate brought a knife to school because he felt threatened by the victim.


Lincoln Hills psychologist dismissed

A top psychologist at Wisconsin's troubled youth prison was fired for allegedly ignoring the requests of dozens of inmates who asked for help.


Cuteness Alert: Henry Vilas Zoo in Madison welcomes twin lion cubs

Dane County’s Henry Vilas Zoo has two new lion cubs that the public will be able to see at the zoo in the next few weeks. In the meantime, the zoo is giving us a sneak peak at the cub cuteness in two photos released this morning.


BREAKING: High-profile law firm to defend 'Bachelor' in Iowa deadly crash case Video included


During the interview, the sheriff says Soules left the scene after fire and EMS crews arrived, but before his deputies showed up.


Madison teacher develops platform for teachers to promote freelance work Video included

Students, parents and teachers everywhere are getting ready for summer vacation to begin.  For some educators this means looking for another job, as many choose to use the summer to work in another capacity.   


Dane Co. deputies save man by using Narcan

Deputies in Dane County saved a man's life when he was unresponsive. 


Rain, cold temperatures expected for Thursday morning

27 Storm Track meteorologists say it'll be cold and rainy Thursday morning. Some areas might even see a few snowflakes.


Digging Deeper: Adoption in Wisconsin Video included

A Wisconsin lawmaker wants to make changes to Wisconsin's adoption law after complaints it's too lengthy and difficult.


Dick's Sporting Goods window smashed, teen arrested for stealing guns Video included

Police say a teenager smashed a window to a sporting goods store to steal airsoft and pellet guns.


Judge to hear lawsuit surrounding baked goods law Video included

Selling homemade bakes goods without a license has been illegal in Wisconsin for years. But now, three women are taking their fight against the law to court. The hearing is set to take place Thursday.


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