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Committee votes to end Pitbull ban in Cambridge Video included

Pitbulls may soon be allowed in the Village of Cambridge. On Thursday, a the village licensing committee voted to recommend a changing the or dance that bans the breed. More>>

County won't pay medical expenses for burned baby

Officials in Atlanta are backing out on a promise to pay for the medical expenses of a Wisconsin boy burned during a drug raid. More>>

Giraffe kick victim speaks about incident Video included

The woman who made headlines this week after being kicked by a giraffe at Henry Vilas Zoo in Madison.
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Wisconsin dairy going to fully robotic milking system Video included

Wisconsin is known as "America's Dairyland", so it's no surprise farmers are testing out groundbreaking technology here.
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Paul Ryan book tour in Milwaukee Video included

Wisconsin congressman Paul Ryan's book tour brought him back to his home state on Thursday.
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Group of Madison protestors show support for Ferguson Video included

Several dozen demonstrators in Madison showed their support for people in Ferguson, Missouri.
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Still no decision on Kenosha casino Video included

It's been nearly a year since the federal government approved a tribal casino in Kenosha, but Governor Walker has not decided whether to give his approval.
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Fans will notice changes around Lambeau Field for Friday's preseason game Video included

GREEN BAY (WKOW) -- The Packers make their preseason debut at Lambeau Field Friday night. Fans will see a lot of changes around the stadium, including the new Pro Shop, Harlan plaza, and a brand new Lambeau leap statue. Team officials say if you're heading to the game, make sure to give yourself plenty of time check out the changes, and plenty of time to get to your seats.. The NFL security rule still stands, banning big bags and purses. Aaron Popkey, the Director of Public Affairs for the ... More>>

Dane County raising awareness of ACA coverage for newlyweds Video included

DANE COUNTY (WKOW) -- Dane County kicks off a health care awareness campaign for newlywed couples. Since getting married is a qualifying event to sign up for health insurance, the Dane County clerks office has begun including information about how to sign up for the Affordable Care Act when couples come in to pick up their marriage licenses. Once a couple is married, they have 60 days to sign up. Dane County Clerk Scott McDonell says, "We see most of our business in June, July and August so ... More>>

3,000 same-sex marriage petitions dropped off at Attorney General's office Video included

The newly formed Wisconsin Unites for Marriage will drop off around 3,000 petitions to Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen's office on Thursday asking him to drop the appeal of a federal court judge's decision to lift Wisconsin's ban on same-sex marriage. More>>

Dead pheasants found and vandalism at Richland Center High Video included

Vandalism was found Wednesday at multiple locations in the Richland School District.

Birds were killed in the FFA sheds along with damage to the athletic fields.
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