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Downtown Madison to be busy with students moving in, some roads blocked

MADISON (WKOW) -- University students are moving into their dorms on Wednesday and Thursday.  Several roads downtown will be down to one lane or will only be open to move-in traffic.

9 arrested after Green Bay gang bust

GREEN BAY (AP) -- Green Bay police say a nine-month investigation into a street gang has lead to arrests of nine people. More>>

Iron ore mine timeline pushed back

Gogebic Taconite says its application to develop an iron ore mine in northwestern Wisconsin will be pushed back until at least the fall of next year. More>>

Eau Claire husband charged in wife's death

An Eau Claire man accused of killing his wife has been officially charged in her death. More>>

Andrew Steele released from hospital, booked into jail

Murder suspect Andrew Steele has been released from the hospital and is now being housed in the Rock County Jail. More>>

Potawatomi withhold payment to Wisconsin

The Forest County Potawatomi say they have not made their annual revenue sharing payment to the state of Wisconsin for their casino in Milwaukee because they anticipate the state will owe them money if Gov. Scott Walker approves a casino in Kenosha. More>>

More than 100 ballots missing in recount for 17th Senate District

More than 100 ballots are missing in the recount in Wisconsin's 17th Senate District Democratic primary. More>>

Remembrance service honors James Foley Video included

A remembrance service was held Tuesday night for journalist and Marquette alum James Foley. More>>

Ribbon cut on Madison rehab center for developmental disabilities Video included

The ribbon was cut Tuesday on a new rehabilitation center in Madison. More>>

Charges filed against Madison sex assault suspect

Charges were filed Tuesday against a sexual assault suspect in Madison. More>>

Village of Cambridge to rework dog ordinance, no longer ban specific breeds Video included

The Village of Cambridge board will meet tonight and discuss and possibly take action regarding the ban on Pitbulls. More>>

Scott's going tubeless for toilet paper Video included

NEENAH (WKOW) -- It's the biggest change to toilet paper in more than 120 years. Engineers in Wisconsin have taken out the cardboard tube, in an effort to reduce paper waste. Kimberly-Clark Corporation says tube-free-tissue in its Scotts brand toilet paper could eliminate the majority of the 17 billion tubes that are thrown away each year. The company says consumers shouldn't notice much of a difference, and the new rolls will still work with common toilet paper dispensers.Jim Lange of Safet... More>>

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