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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.


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. 


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. 


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.


Two die in Reedsburg house fire

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


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.


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.


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.


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. 


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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