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Bill would bar UW employees from working at Planned Parenthood

University of Wisconsin employees would no longer be allowed to work part-time at Planned Parenthood under a bill supported by anti-abortion advocates that's up for a public hearing.


Swastikas scratched into more than 20 cars on dealer lot

Madison police are investigating vandalism at a local dealership where cars were defaced with swastikas. Police say the swastikas were scratched into the hoods of more than 20 new vehicles on the lot of Wilde East Towne Honda on High Crossing Boulevard. 


Prayer vigil for Aaron Rodgers' broken collarbone

Photo by Keith Allison Photo by Keith Allison

Patrick Collins has created a the Prayer Vigil for Aaron Rodgers' Broken Collarbone Facebook event to bring a little levity to downtrodden Packers' fans. 


Racine principal arrested after bringing knife to school for protection

A Racine school principal was arrested, accused of bringing a knife to school. Police said Jefferson Lighthouse Elementary School Principal Heidi Williams, 49, admitted taking a folding knife with a 3-inch blade to the school for protection. 


House cat steals the show during live report of cougar sighting

Via @ScottMadaus on Twitter Via @ScottMadaus on Twitter

What began as a breathless account of a cougar sighting quickly turned into a social media sensation thanks to a curious house cat. 


Roofers pause for national anthem played at nearby game

Michelle Lyons Cossar via Facebook Michelle Lyons Cossar via Facebook

A photo of three Maine roofers who paused while the national anthem played at a high school next to their job site has gone viral.


Trump: Drug czar nominee pulls his name from consideration


President Donald Trump says the Pennsylvania congressman he chose to be the nation's drug czar is withdrawing from consideration. More>>

Former GM of Smart Motors indicted

A Sun Prairie man faces federal charges after authorities say he siphoned nearly $180,000 from the Madison auto dealership where he worked.


Thieves steal rims, tires from car on dealership lot

Thieves stole a set of new rims and tires from a car at a Madison dealership overnight, leaving the car propped up on used tires.


Free breast cancer screenings for low income women in Dane, Rock counties

It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month and public health officials are spreading the word about a wellness program to keep women healthy.


Wisconsin governor tells NFL players to stop anthem protests

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he thinks NFL players should stop protesting during the national anthem. 


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