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Growing need for summer lunch program Video included

The Summer Food Service Program is federally funded and locally operated. The program ensures that kids have access to free meals when school is not in session. More>>

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Forum held for Democratic attorney general candidates in Madison Video included

The race to be Wisconsin's next Attorney General came to Madison Tuesday. More>>

Accused kidnapper pleads not guilty to amended charge

The suspect in the kidnapping of a newborn from the town of Beloit pleaded not guilty to an amended charge. More>>

Black Earth Meats to close

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The owner of Black Earth Meats says his business will close by the end of July. More>>

Humane society in Janesville hires veterinarian to its staff Video included

JANESVILLE (WKOW) -- For the first time in its more than 100-year history, the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin has hired a veterinarian to its staff. Becky Stuntebeck began working at the humane society in Janesville earlier this month. More>>

Police demonstrate dangers of hot cars Video included

 When time was up, the outside temperature read 86 but his car's temperature was 104 degrees.


Kramer uses campaign funds to fight sex assault accusations Video included

A campaign finance report shows republican lawmaker Bill Kramer used donor funds to pay an attorney $10,000 to defend him against felony, sex assault charges. More>>

Waiting lists at tech colleges to shrink thanks to $35 million grant Video included

 The money will be used to get more students into programs and courses in high-demand fields.


United Way president retiring in 2015 Video included

MADISON (WKOW) --The top official at the United Way of Dane County is retiring. More>>

UW-Platteville football rebuilding stadium, while entering a year of high expectations Video included

When UW-Platteville head coach Mike Emendorfer first saw the Pioneer's football stadium the morning after an EF-2 tornado ripped through town, he had doubts that his team would have a home field for the 2014 season. More>>

UPDATE: Gov. Walker got $68,500 from corporations that outsourced jobs Video included

MADISON (WKOW) -- Gov. Scott Walker's most recent campaign finance report shows he received money from 11 corporations that have outsourced jobs to other countries. More>>

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