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UPDATE: Two people killed, three hurt in I-43 crash

Wisconsin State Patrol confirms to 27 News at least two people have died in a crash on I-43 early Sunday morning near Clinton.


Man robbed at gunpoint in Madison

Madison Police say early Sunday morning a 24-year-old man was robbed at gunpoint.  


Angie's List: Radiant Flooring is hot trend Video included

Getting “cold feet” before your wedding doesn’t happen in the literal sense, but getting them each morning after crawling out of a warm bed is annoying. 


Volunteers pack food to fight global hunger Video included

Volunteers helped pack meals for worldwide hunger relief.


CookiePalooza kicks off Girl Scout cookie season in Madison area Video included

It's almost Girl Scout cookie season and girls in the Madison area are getting ready to show off their entrepreneurial skills. 


UPDATE: Plane crash in Grand Detour

Illinois State Police say there were two people in the plane when it crashed into the Rock River just outside of Dixon.


WI child abuse victim has hope for California siblings Video included

28-year-old Chelsea Vosters is living her life to the fullest now, but decades ago, she was rescued from her home in Brillion, Wisconsin in 1997 after her parents kept her prisoner in a dog cage for seven years. 


Snow melting and refreezing causing black ice concerns

MADISON (WKOW) - As temps fall close to freezing and ground temps are still around freezing, there is a definite possibility of black ice.


Officials: Wood-burning stove starts garage fire in Dane County

A garage and several vehicles are destroyed after a fire Friday night in Dane County. 


Nonprofit reunites owner with dog that was lost & sold Video included

A lost dog and his owner were reunited in Milwaukee.


Sauk County's women's marchers react to smaller numbers in Madison than last year's event Video included

Unlike last year when Madison's March brought out more than 100,000 participants, no such similar local Dane County event existed this year. 


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