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Family speaks out about Dodge County farmer trampled by bull Video included

Fire officials say a woman is seriously hurt after she was trampled by a bull at a dairy farm in the town of Clyman. 


Man helps rescue bicyclist who fell on bridge Video included

A man who jumped into a bridge seam in Menasha to rescue a bicyclist who fell in is talking about the incident. Nic Reisdorf of Little Chute says he was five cars back in a line of traffic on the Racine Street Bridge when he saw the woman on her bike hit the safety arms on the drawbridge. 


Beloit police arrest man in domestic violence incident

Beloit police arrested a suspect in a domestic violence incident involving his wife


DOT discusses plans to rebuild downtown Sun Prairie street after explosion Video included

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is promising a speedy reconstruction of the downtown streets that were damaged in the deadly explosion on July 10th. The plans come as a breath of fresh air for business owners who are trying to return to sense of normalcy around their shops.


Eight people killed in duck boat accident near Branson, Missouri

Eight people are dead after a duck boat capsized on a lake near Branson, Missouri.


Investigators release new images of "John Clinton Doe"

Investigators have released a new image of what an unidentified teenager may have looked like the day of his death in Rock County. 


Mt. Horeb school board meets to discuss suicide prevention Video included

Parents in Mt. Horeb are coming together to find solutions after young people in the community committed suicide in the past few weeks. 


The Latest: 7 injured when tornado hits Iowa factory Video included

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Seven people inside a Pella manufacturing plant when it was struck by a tornado have been treated for injuries at the local hospital and released.


As pet owners try CBD oil, vets weigh in on whether it's safe

MADISON (WKOW) – Since Wisconsin lifted its legal restrictions on CBD in 2017, the products have lined the shelves of health stores. Many who use it call it a fix all drug for pain, stress or simply a supplement for healthy living and now many are trying it out on their pets hoping for the same benefits. 


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