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FBI and US Postal Service involved in the investigation of a threatening letter received in Stoughton

Stoughton Police are working with the FBI and US Postal Service on an investigation involving the report of a threatening letter received by a family in Stoughton.
That letter is being processed at the Wisconsin State Crime Lab.

New treatment option for chronic hives

MADISON (WKOW) -- People with a form of chronic hives now have a new treatment option. More>>

Another DOJ worker disciplined for delay in child porn investigations

MADISON (WKOW) -- A state department of justice official says a department employee was disciplined in connection with the years-long delay in addressing a child pornography lead.The disciplined employee is in addition to two DOJ employees who were terminated for allowing separate, child pornography cases to languish.In February, 19-year old Christopher Kosakoski of Milwaukee was charged with thirteen child pornography counts, but DOJ officials have conceded a tip from a national hotline abou... More>>

Evidence thrown out in former bishop's fatal crash case

MADISON (WKOW) -- A Dane County judge refuses to allow evidence of a former Lutheran bishop's failed, sobriety testing after a 2013, fatal Sun Prairie crash.Former clergyman Bruce Burnside faces trial on homicide by drunken driving, hit-and-run and other charges, in the April 7, 2013 death of jogger Maureen Mengelt.Judge Nicholas McNamara ruled Friday a Sun Prairie police officer lacked sufficient suspicion of drunk driving by Burnside and should not have required sobriety testing. The office... More>>

Fiery election debate on tap for Capitol City Sunday

MADISON (WKOW) -- Earlier this week, Scott Walker declined an opportunity to confirm that he would serve all four years of a second term as Governor. Rep. Chris Taylor (D-Madison) says that should absolutely be a campaign issue for Democrats.

Waunakee man arrested after trying to start fight in Madison bar

A 27-year old Waunakee man is arrested after urinating on a downtown Madison bar, and trying to start a fight with bouncers. More>>

UPDATE: Autopsy on baby gorilla shows no signs of trauma

A baby gorilla that died before she reached a month old at the Milwaukee County Zoo didn't have any signs of trauma. More>>

UPDATE: Ferry captain arrested in South Korea

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Prosecutors say they've asked a court to issue an arrest warrant for the captain of the South Korean ferry that sank two days ago, leaving hundreds missing and feared dead. More>>

Fire damages Marathon County vehicles

Marathon County sheriff's officials say fire has caused more than $1 million in damage to county vehicles. More>>

Sen. Leibham set to make decision on run for Congress

A Republican state senator says he'll announce next Tuesday whether he'll make a run for Wisconsin's 6th Congressional seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. More>>

Guide to local farmers' markets

The Dane Co. Farmers' Market kicks off its 2014 season this Saturday, April 18, on the square in downtown Madison. More>>

3 men, 1 woman arrested after large Janesville bar fight

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JANESVILLE (WKOW) -- Three men and one woman were arrested this morning after police say a large group began to fight at a bar in Janesville. More>>


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