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Madison property values jump Video included

Barb Dawson is a 26-year real estate veteran and says the last six years are some of the most challenging she’s seen. But a city-wide increase in property values is changing that.

Many gather at Holy Hill for Good Friday Video included

People across the globe found different ways to celebrate Good Friday. More>>

Data breach impacts nearly 3 million Michaels customers Video included

Seventeen stores are listed in Wisconsin as exposed to the breach, including the one here in Madison. More>>

MIT Officer killed by Boston Marathon bombing suspects remembered Video included

Members of the MIT community gathered on Friday to honor a fallen hero. More>>

Evidence thrown out in former bishop's fatal crash case Video included

A Dane County judge refuses to allow evidence of a former Lutheran bishop's failed, sobriety testing after a 2013, fatal Sun Prairie crash. More>>

One-car rollover on Beltline near Whitney Way Video included

Authorities responded to a one-car crash eastbound on the Beltline around 8:30 p.m. Friday night. More>>

Crash leads to OWI arrest in Iowa Co.

Around 5:50 p.m. Friday, a Wisconsin State Trooper responded to a rollover crash on Hwy. 80 in Iowa Co. More>>

Update: Missing Iowa Co. inmate in custody

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DODGEVILLE (WKOW) -- The Iowa County Emergency management says missing jail inmate Justin A. Husemann has been found and is now in custody. More>>

Wisconsin Supreme Court to decide on testing drunk drivers

The Wisconsin Supreme Court is set to decide whether police can legally draw suspected drunken drivers' blood without a warrant or driver consent. More>>

Federal appeals court upholds Walker's union law

A federal appeals court has upheld Republican Gov. Scott Walker's public union restrictions. More>>

FBI and US Postal Service involved in the investigation of a threatening letter received in Stoughton Video included

Stoughton Police are working with the FBI and US Postal Service on an investigation involving the report of a threatening letter received by a family in Stoughton.
That letter is being processed at the Wisconsin State Crime Lab.

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