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Flood warnings for Grant, Pecatonica, Platte & Sugar Rivers

BURTON, WI (WKOW) - Flood warnings have been issued by the National Weather Service for the Grant, Platte and Sugar Rivers.


1 dead in interstate crash in Dane County

Dane County sheriff's officials say one person is dead in a crash in the town of Pleasant Springs. 


DOJ tries to get lawsuit dropped against Tomah VA

The U.S. Department of Justice is asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit brought by a group of veterans after learning their dentist at the Tomah VA Medical Center might have exposed them to HIV.


International journalist takes on Madison

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From immigration reform, president Trump's first year in office and understanding what does it take to make America great again where a few topics our international journalist found the answers to.


Burglar steals laptops, gaming system Video included

A burglar entered a N. Park Street apartment through an unlocked slider door Saturday and stole two laptops and a gaming system while residents slept.


Milwaukee Bucks fire Head Coach Jason Kid Video included

Milwaukee Bucks Coach Jason Kidd has been fired, according to a report from ESPN. Kidd led the Bucks to a mediocre 23-22 record through the first 45 games of the 2017-18 season.


Jury selected in Madison homicide trial Video included

A homicide trial begins Tuesday for a man charged with going on a violent rampage at a Madison group home.


Local man frustrated after being furloughed in 2013 and 2018 Video included

It was five years ago when Carl Houtman found himself shutting down his lab at the Forest Production laboratory on the UW campus because of a federal government shutdown. On Monday, he had to do it all over again.


Demonstrators converge state capitol for "March for Life" Rally Video included

MADISON (WKOW) -- More than 100 people converged on the state capitol as part of a "March for Life" rally. It's the 45th Anniversary of the controversial Supreme Court ruling of Roe vs. Wade. The landmark ruling game women the right to an abortion under the 14th amendment.  The theme for this year's march was "Love Saves Lives". It was organized by the Madison Archdiocese. They want to highlight the lives lost since that court ruling 45 years ago -- that giv... More>>

Janesville police taking reports online for some incidents

JANESVILLE (WKOW) -- Did you know that you can report certain incidents to the Janesville Police Department online? 


Ice Water Rescue Training for Deputies and Fire Fighters Video included

Dane County Sheriff's Office and area fire fighters are coming together to receive training on how to save someone from icy waters. 


Water main break sending River Valley students home early Video included

A water main break outside River Valley High School in Spring Green is closing all district schools, as administrators decided to send students home an hour early Monday.


Oregon woman found sleeping in car with open intoxicants

A village of Oregon woman faces a sixth OWI charge after being found asleep early Sunday with an open bottle of liquor next to her. 


Man injured after fall from downtown parking ramp

 A 23-year-old Madison man suffered head injuries after falling 13-feet from a downtown parking ramp early Sunday morning.


Small fire affects HVAC system at strip mall in Monona

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Crews are working on a small fire at a  in Monona. 


Suspects on the loose after armed robbery in Shorewood Hills

Authorities are looking for two men who robbed a restaurant at gunpoint. 


Oregon woman arrested for sixth OWI

Deputies in Dane County say they arrested a woman for her sixth OWI offense.


Firefighter hurt responding to apartment fire in Janesville

A firefighter had to get stitches after responding to a fire at an apartment building in Janesville Sunday. 


Assembly bill would give school districts more money Video included

AB 835 increases the revenue limit ceiling for school districts to $9,400 in the 2017-18 school year, and then increases the ceiling by $100 each school year until the ceiling reaches $9,800 in the 2022-23 school year.


Police: Home shot on west side of Madison

Police say a stray bullet went into a home on the west side of Madison Sunday evening.


Gov. Walker taking action on healthcare Video included

Gov. Scott Walker has announced a new plan to help bring down health insurance premiums for the Affordable Care Act. 


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