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Authorities in Illinois help search for Waffle House shooter Video included

Authorities in Illinois say the Waffle House shooting suspect could be headed back to the Prairie State. 


Hundreds mourn New Mexico woman killed in Southwest flight


An Albuquerque woman who died after an in-flight accident on a Southwest Airlines plane will be remembered at a memorial service. More>>

Royal baby: It's a boy for Kate on England's national day


Kensington Palace says Prince William's wife, the Duchess of Cambridge has entered a London hospital to give birth to the couple's third child. More>>

UW Memorial Union Terrace chairs return Tuesday

As the weather begins to warm up outside, the UW Memorial Union Terrace sunburst chairs are coming back Tuesday. 


Angie's List: Spring Irrigation Video included

A good irrigation and sprinkler system can keep your lawn and landscaping healthy, but you want to make the best use of your resources. 


Wisconsin Consumer Protection warns about summer jobs scam Video included

As the weather begins to warm up, it's almost time for students to start thinking about looking for a summer job. But Wisconsin Consumer Protection is warning about online interview scams. 


Four centenarian celebrate the milestone together Video included

NEENAH (WKOW) - Four members of a church in Neenah are celebrating a milestone not many reach, turning 100 years old. There was a big party at Faith United Methodist Church for Earnest, Ursula, Ruth and Margaret. 


Family of Wisconsin teen swept into Gulf of Mexico works to improve safety

It's been one month since a Wisconsin teenager went missing in the Gulf of Mexico.


Jefferson Award Winner, April 2018: Wayne Bisek Video included

There's a man from Oregon who's raised millions of dollars to feed the hungry.


Janesville attorney announces he'll run for Rep. Ryan's seat Video included

A Republican has officially entered the race for House Speaker Paul Ryan's seat in Congress. 


Kids find decades-old bone fragments in Reedsburg woods

Police say two children out playing in the woods have discovered human remains dating back nearly 100 years. 


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