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Madison woman wants to see Senate healthcare bill defeated Video included

Senate Republicans are pushing ahead with their version of a plan for health care in the U.S. Leaders want a vote on the bill before the July 4th recess, but Patricia Hammel wants to see lawmakers defeat the legislation.

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Fearless winter athletes hit the ski jump hill for fun and practice Video included

MIDDLETON (WKOW) -- It may be summer but some winter athletes were out at Blackhawk Ski Club getting back into the swing of things today. The Skiers were part of a camp that takes place to help keep the jumpers in practice most of whom were fearless kids. 

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National voter rights advocate comes to Madison Video included

A national voting rights advocate is in Madison this weekend, pushing for lawmakers to do more to protect voters' rights. 

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Jefferson Award Winner, June 2017: Dawn Crim Video included

For years, a Madison woman has been helping to shape leaders in the African American community.

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Two die in Reedsburg house fire

Two people were killed in a house fire Saturday night in Reedsburg.

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AmFam Championship marks 2nd year supporting community Video included

The second-ever American Family Insurance Championship is in the books and organizers say they're grateful to be able to support local charities.

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New memorial at Fort Atkinson park honors military K9s Video included

 A new memorial was unveiled Sunday that honors the service and sacrifice of military K9s.

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Community event celebrates Milwaukee man's release from Abu Dhabi prison Video included

A Wisconsin native is out of prison in the Middle East and back home in Milwaukee getting help from the community.

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Richland Center motorcyclist dead after crash with turning vehicle

Authorities say a Richland Center motorcyclist has died after a crash in the town of Spring Green on Friday afternoon. 

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UPDATE: At least 50,000 attend Shake the Lake Video included

Police estimate 50,000-70,000 people were at Saturday's Shake the Lake festivities, and there were no major incidents. 

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