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UPDATE: Fitchburg Police investigating homicide of two women at a home Video included

Fitchburg Police are investigating a homicide on Yarmouth Greenway Drive involving two female adult victims.
Suspect is in custody, identity unknown.
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Cloud over Evansville little league field of dreams Video included

The dream of little league parents in Evansville to complete the renovation of a baseball field with a new scoreboard is clashing with the community's historic protections, and sign rules More>>

UW Band director cools off with Ice Bucket Challenge Video included

Mike Leckrone cooled off on Friday with a bucket of ice cold water.
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John Doe documents suggest Gov. Walker solicited funds for conservative groups

Newly released court documents include emails showing that Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's recall election campaign team told him to instruct donors to give to Wisconsin Club for Growth, which would run ads for Walker and distribute money to other conservative groups backing him. More>>

Students with disabilities graduate job program Video included

Eight students graduated Friday from a unique program designed to help them get into the workforce.
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Series of thefts from vehicles on Madison's south side Video included

MADISON (WKOW) -- Madison police are warning residents on Madison's south side about a series of thefts from vehicles.They say thefts have been reported in the Baycreek, Monona Bay and Greenbush neighborhoods.Police say in most cases, the vehicles have been left unlocked, but on occasion forced entry was made into vehicles.On Wednesday morning, someone broke into a car on the 500 block of Wingra Street and stole a number of items, including a Glock handgun.Later that day, police found an empt... More>>

Ronald McDonald House benefits from national We Serve Day Video included

MADISON (WKOW) -- Madison "Service master" employees participate in a national volunteer effort on Friday. Servicemaster held it annual "We Serve Day"Thousands of employees, across the country, participated in volunteer efforts, including dozens in the Madison area, who helped stock the Ronald McDonald house. They stocked the local charity with cleaning products, puzzles, games, movies and toys. They also helped prepare some meals for those in need. Chris Poeschel, Vice President of Operat... More>>

American Family Children's Hospital accepts ALS Challenge Video included

American Family Children's Hospital is getting in on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, which has raised a total of more than $50 million for the organization. More>>

Mayor Soglin proposes plan to regulate ridesharing companies Video included

MADISON (WKOW) -- Mayor Paul Soglin has put forward a proposal that aims to level the playing field among businesses that provide taxi services in Madison.It's an alternative to an ordinance Alder Scott Resnick has also put together to regulate all taxi companies in Madison.National ridesharing companies like Uber and Lyft use local drivers in their own cars. They use smart phone applications to find customers in need of a ride. In recent months, the city has focused efforts to make sure thos... More>>

Recount requested in 17th Senate district Democratic primary race Video included

MADISON (WKOW) -- Friday was the deadline for candidates to request a recount from last week's primary election, and it looks like there will at least be one in 17th Senate district. More>>

Former Racine police officer arrested for armed robbery

Former police officer to be charged with armed robbery in Racine County.
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