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Middleton doughnut shop raises money for Sun Prairie relief

Courtesy: Hurts Donuts Courtesy: Hurts Donuts

Hurts Donut is selling "Sun Prairie Strong" doughnuts Thursday to help the victims of the Sun Prairie explosion.   

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400 pheasant chicks stolen from Dodge County facility

Hundreds of baby pheasants were stolen from a property in Dodge County.

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Janesville school janitor facing pornography charges

A Janesville school janitor is charged with having child pornography. According to the Janesville Gazette, 58-year-old David Fredricks worked as a night custodian at Parker High School. 

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Dodge County farmer trampled by bull

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

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City, county agree to share construction costs on Buckeye, Cottage Grove roads

On Wednesday, the city announced a new plan where Dane County will continue to oversee the construction project but the city will be responsible for maintenance and snow removal when it's done.

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Mount Horeb pool closed after confirmed case of Cryptosporidium

Mount Horeb Family Aquatic Center/Facebook Mount Horeb Family Aquatic Center/Facebook

The Mount Horeb Family Aquatic Center is closed Wednesday and Thursday to treat the pools after confirming a case of cryptosporidium.

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Gov. Walker minimizes interaction with alleged Russian operative Video included

Gov, Scott Walker is minimizing his interaction with then 26 year old Maria Butina, the woman accused of being a Russian operative, after a photograph from 2015 began resurfacing. 

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One in three voters undecided on who to support on primary ballot Video included

With four weeks until the primary election, a new Marquette Law School Poll finds nearly a third of voters still don't know who they'll support on August 14th.

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No Sunflower Days this year due to safety concerns over crowd size Video included

there's a new field for the flowers this year there's a new field for the flowers this year

 The Friends of Pope Farm Conservancy has decided cancel its Sunflower Days event this year due to traffic safety concerns. 

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Jefferson Award Winner, July: Mary Fulton

A Madison woman has made it her mission to better the community, volunteering with people who she says often get treated unfairly. 

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