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Police release surveillance images from robbery on Cottage Grove Road

MADISON (WKOW) -- Madison police have released surveillance images of one of the three robbers that hit the Mobil gas station Dec. 6, 2017 on Cottage Grove Road. 

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After bitter campaign, Alabama Senate race goes to voters Video included

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An internationally watched Senate election is down to voters in Alabama who will choose between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones. More>>

Report of missing Milwaukee 4-year-old appears to be a hoax

Annelise Wolf was last seen Sunday at 5 p.m. in the 2800 block of Bond Place in Janesville. Annelise Wolf was last seen Sunday at 5 p.m. in the 2800 block of Bond Place in Janesville.

MILWAUKEE (WKOW) — A report of a 4-year-old missing in Milwaukee after the car she was in was stolen appears to be a hoax, according to Milwaukee police. 

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Ski free at Cascade Mountain this coming weekend

PORTAGE (WKOW) --  Erik's Bike Shop, Cascade Mountain and WKOW have teamed up to offer WKOW viewers free lift tickets to Cascade Mountain. The free ski weekend is Saturday, Dec. 16 and Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017.  

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BBB: Tech scams cost consumers $21 million this year

The Better Business Bureau warns about tech support scams after a study looked into how bad the problem is.

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UPDATE: Madison vigil honors victims of Sandy Hook school shooting Video included

This week marks five years since 20 children and six teachers were shot and killed at a school in Connecticut. 

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Ongoing concern of violence prompts Mayor Soglin to veto liquor license Video included

As fast-food restaurants across the nation are now selling alcohol, Mayor Paul Soglin made himself clear as he vetoed a liquor license granted to a Taco Bell Cantina on State Street.

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Brooklyn village board votes to continue funding police department

The Village of Brooklyn will continue funding its police department.

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Rodgers underwent 'several' medical tests Monday; still no update on status

Aaron Rodgers underwent "several" tests and scans Monday morning and those are currently being evaluated by the team's medical staff.

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Protesters call on Rep. Ryan for more transparency Video included

 A group of activists is calling on House Speaker Paul Ryan for more transparency.  

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Wedding photos, truck stolen after ceremony Video included

A bride and groom's wedding day memories and a cousin's photography business were all lost to a thief last weekend. 

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Dillon's Law becomes official Video included

A sea of yellow tee-shirts greeted Governor Walker Monday as he signed Dillon's Law.

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Two people arrested in Missouri in connection with Janesville homicide Video included

The Janesville Police Department is investigating the city's 2nd homicide this year.

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D.A. ponders attempt to stop "Halloween Killer" release Video included

Fond du Lac's district attorney is considering an attempt to try to stop the impending prison release of Gerald Turner, who was dubbed the "Halloween Killer" after he sexually assaulted and murdered a nine year old trick-or-treater

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Mayor Soglin vetoes liquor license for State Street Taco Bell Video included

Madison Mayor Paul Soglin is weighing in on a major fast food chain's plan to add an alcohol license to one of their stores.

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  • 22-year old man accused of violence in Madison, Fitchburg

    22-year old man accused of violence in Madison, Fitchburg

    A 22-year old man Madison Police officials say pummeled another man at a gas station also allegedly beat a woman in Fitchburg before the gas station violence

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    A 22-year old man Madison Police officials say pummeled another man at a gas station also allegedly beat a woman in Fitchburg before the gas station violence

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  • TSA release new travel tips

    TSA release new travel tips

    MADISON (WKOW) -- Flying during the holidays is never a picnic, so it might help you to know there are some new security checks this year.   "When devesting electronics, passengers should have nothing on top or below the items, similar to how laptops have been screened for many years," TSA Federal Security Director Mark Lendvay said.  Lendvay says that rule doesn't actually start until the first of January, but it's good to already get into the practice. Als...More >>
    MADISON (WKOW) -- Flying during the holidays is never a picnic, so it might help you to know there are some new security checks this year.   "When devesting electronics, passengers should have nothing on top or below the items, similar to how laptops have been screened for many years," TSA Federal Security Director Mark Lendvay said.  Lendvay says that rule doesn't actually start until the first of January, but it's good to already get into the practice. Als...More >>
  • Advanced Emergency Care: Rock County EMS react to new state statute

    Advanced Emergency Care: Rock County EMS react to new state statute

    EVANSVILLE (WKOW) -- Rural ambulance companies under a new state law can administer advanced care without waiting around for other qualified personnel to get to the scene.   "It's a big step forward for the state," Evansville EMS Chief Jamie Kessenich said.  The first responder also serves as a Lieutenant for Janesville Fire.  She has the advanced skills necessary to save lives, but until Act 97, her hands were tied.  She could only p...More >>
    EVANSVILLE (WKOW) -- Rural ambulance companies under a new state law can administer advanced care without waiting around for other qualified personnel to get to the scene.   "It's a big step forward for the state," Evansville EMS Chief Jamie Kessenich said.  The first responder also serves as a Lieutenant for Janesville Fire.  She has the advanced skills necessary to save lives, but until Act 97, her hands were tied.  She could only p...More >>
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