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Red Caboose Day Care Center license reinstated, will pay fine

A Madison child care center that had its license revoked in July due to an alleged sexual assault will retain its license but will have to pay a fine and operate under several new conditions. More>>

Attorney General race in full swing Video included

COTTAGE GROVE (WKOW) --The race for state attorney general is in full swing after last week's primary election. On Wednesday, Republican candidate Brad Schimel was in Cottage Grove, where he said his experience as a prosecutor sets him apart from Susan Happ, his Democratic opponent.Schimel says, ""I will be Wisconsin's lawyer and I will defend our law and defend our citizens. I'm not going to go out on an activist agenda and unfortunately my opponent is talking very much about that."Schimel w... More>>

Verona elementary school devastated by June tornado will be ready for first day of school Video included

On Monday, teachers and workers were no longer required to wear hard hats in the school. Teachers are busy prepping their classrooms for the upcoming school year. More>>

Windsor quarry proposal meets resistance

Homeowners in the town of Windsor are balking at the idea of a quarry in their backyards. More>>

Work continues on Gold Star Monument Video included

ROTHSCHILD (WKOW) -- Soldiers who were killed overseas were remembered Wednesday at Veterans Memorial Park in Rothschild. More>>

Darlington man sentenced to 25 years for producing child porn

A Darlington man was sentenced to 25 years in federal prison for producing child pornography. More>>

Burlington man faces charges for child porn downloads

A southeast Wisconsin man faces 10 felonies for downloading child pornography.
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Sky glider malfunctions at Milwaukee Co. Zoo

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No injuries after a dozen riders become stuck on the Milwaukee County Zoo's sky glider.
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Unemployment down in Wisconsin cities, counties

Unemployment fell in most Wisconsin cities and counties in July. More>>

Wisconsin senators make stops, discuss economy

Wisconsin's two senators are talking about economic issues as they make stops in the state.U.S.  More>>

First human case of West Nile Virus confirmed in Wisconsin

State health officials are reporting the first human case of West Nile Virus this year.The State Department of Health Services says the the resident is from Ashland County in northern Wisconsin. More>>

Marquette University graduate executed by militant group

An American journalist and Marquette University graduate has been killed by an Islamic State extremist group. More>>

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