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Dead birds found and vandalism at Richland School District

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.


Shots fired on Allied Drive

MADISON (WKOW) -- Police are investigating a shots fired complaint after finding numerous bullet casings on the 2300 block of Allied Drive.Police say the shots rang out around 10:00 p.m. last night.Police could not find anyone injured, nor any property damage.Police say there was a large gathering of people in the area, but they claimed to have heard nothing. Police believe one of the people in the group opened fire, possibly into the air. More>>

Doctor treated for Ebola released; it's a "miraculous day"

American doctor infected with the Ebola virus while in Africa has been released from the hospital. More>>

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

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>>

WI DOJ brings back open government seminars

The Wisconsin Department of Justice is bringing back its open government seminars again this fall. More>>

Two companies settle in state scam lawsuit

MADISON (AP) -- Two out-of-state companies have agreed to pay $50,000 to consumers and Wisconsin after the state sued them for scamming people out of hundreds of thousands of dollars and airline tickets. More>>

US rescue mission to save hostages failed in Syria

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Senior Obama administration officials say the U.S. military launched a secret mission earlier this summer to rescue a number of Americans held captive by militants in Syria but failed to find them. More>>

Sand mine plans continue after co-owner sentenced in sexual assault case

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GLENWOOD CITY (WKOW) -- Plans for a frac sand mine in Glenwood City are still on despite the company's co-owner being sentenced in a sexual assault case. More>>

Janesville man arrested for 6th OWI

Authorities in Janesville arrested a man for his 6th OWI on Wednesday afternoon. More>>

Red Caboose Day Care Center license reinstated, will pay fine Video included

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>>

Upper Mississippi receives Federal Marine Corridor Highway designation

The Upper Mississippi River has received Federal Marine Corridor Highway designation. More>>

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