MADISON (WKOW) -- Wisconsin officials are asking you to keep track of the deer you see during daylight hours. The state kicked-off Operation Deer Watch on Friday. The DNR says the data reported by the public will help monitor deer reproduction and determine the state's deer population. Surveyors are asked to keep track of categories such as bucks, does with fawns, and lone fawns. The surveys can then be submitted on the DNR's website. More>>
There's a new way to pay to ride the bus in Madison.
Many people look forward to a cream puff at the Wisconsin State Fair each year. But there's a billboard near the fairgrounds telling you to put it down. More>>
Two of the puppies rescued by Little Orphan Animal Rescue are out of the hospital after contracting the deadly Parvo virus.As 27 News reported earlier this week, the litter of six was saved from a kill shelter in Ohio, but then five of them contracted Parvo virus. Sadly, the smallest of the litter, Thumbelina, did not survive.
The Green Bay Packers unveiled a tribute to one of the team's iconic traditions just in time for Saturday's family night crowd to see. Packers President Mark Murphy and former Packers Safety LeRoy Butler showed off the Lambeau Leap statue. More>>
Graffiti is a foreign concept to the surroundings of the serene, secluded setting of Picnic Point on the UW-Madison campus, but police investigators are trying to find who is responsible for tagging the surface of a fire circle at the location More>>
Ball Corporation, which produces packaging products, is investing $18 million to expand its DeForest plant
Polk County woman charged with trying to hire a hit man.
MADISON (WKOW) -- The top executive at Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce (WMC) says a proposal being considered by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) to ban financial awards for companies that outsource state jobs should be approached with caution. More>>
UW Madison police say a Eagle Heights resident was scammed out of thousands of dollars.
One of Madison's oldest childcare providers, South Madison Child Development Incorporated, is closing August 8. The news comes after the CDI board discovered it owed thousands in unpaid taxes. More>>
A 12-year-old Waukesha girl is found not competent to stand trial for stabbing her friend multiple times.
Policy makers, attorneys and Voter ID experts say the change is creating confusion and may lead to more lawsuits.
The Experimental Aircraft Association says a pilot who died in a crash near the organization's annual fly-in convention in Wisconsin was from Kentucky. More>>
The Janesville Police Department needs help in locating a suspect who robbed a liquor store. More>>
Multiple events across the state, coupled with numerous active construction zones may lead to backups and delays. More>>
Dane County Sheriff's arrest woman for felony OWI with a passenger under the age of 16.
Ignition switch problems that have plagued General Motors and Chrysler have now turned up in the motorcycle business. More>>
Wisconsin officials have arrested five people they say were in possession of cocaine and heroin valued at $57,000. More>>
KENOSHA (WKOW) -- A couple from Kenosha is suing a company they say it to blame for the death of their young daughter. More>>
Hamas and Israel are accusing each other of violating the truce hours after a truce for a 72-hour cease-fire started. More>>
The cream puffs are back, which means the Wisconsin State Fair is underway. The state is counting on the festival to bring in tourists and their money.
An alleged drug suspect brought Minnesota-bound traffic on the Blatnik Bridge to a brief standstill after police say he threw out of his car window in Superior. More>>
A jury panel in federal court has found Kristen Smith guilty of kidnapping. 31-year-old Kristen Smith was found guilty of kidnapping baby Kayden Powell of Beloit in court Thursday. More>>
Former bishop, Bruce Burnside was sentenced to 10 years in prison and 5 years of extended supervision in the death of Maureen Mengelt of Sun Prairie. More>>
A small group of Catholics delivered more than 20,000 petition signatures asking to end the scrutiny on Thursday.
MADISON (WKOW) -- The State Supreme Court upheld Act 10 Thursday, ending a three-and-a-half year legal fight that began during the Capitol protests of 2011. More>>
The plane went down on the southeast side of the airport around 9:30 Thursday morning.
WEST ALLIS (WKOW) -- The Wisconsin State Fair is underway in West Allis, and that means cream puffs are back. More>>
The man accused in the deaths of two motorcyclists in Janesville has plead guilty. Sambath Pal plead guilty Thursday to two counts of hit-and-run involving death.
Picnic Point along the shores of Lake Mendota was recently hit with graffiti tags. On Wednesday, UW-Madison Police found that numerous tags were sprayed on one of the fire pits.
A 40-year-old veteran pilot has built a touching friendship with a young Edgerton boy. Gerald Miller flies WWII planes as a hobby but recently has found another way to spend his time. More>>
MADISON (AP) -- The Wisconsin Supreme Court upheld Act 10, voter ID law and domestic partner registry in the state. More>>
The game gets underway at 11:00 a-m next Saturday at Firefighters Memorial Park.
The former La Crosse police lieutenant accused of stealing drugs from the department's evidence room is back in jail.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court upholds Governor Walker's reforms in both Act 10 and the voter ID law.
More people sought U.S. unemployment benefits last week, but jobless claims remain at pre-recession levels.
JANESVILLE (WKOW) -- A Janesville man was arrested for his 5th OWI offense while having a revoked driving status. More>>
EDGERTON (WKOW) -- Authorities in Rock County responded to an armed robbery just before midnight Thursday. According to Rock County Communications, it happened at 2 Brothers Pub & Grill in Edgerton. Officers were still on scene as of 4 a.m. Thursday. More information is expected to be released later Thursday morning. More>>
Madison's Central Library received an honor for being environmentally-friendly.
Journal Communications Inc. of Milwaukee and E.W. Scripps Co. of Cincinnati have announced an agreement to merge broadcasting operations while spinning off newspaper holdings into a separate public company. More>>
There were no serious injuries when a small plane went down in Oshkosh.
Women took center stage Wednesday at EAA Airventure in Oshkosh. More>>
Highway 81 in the town of Newark has reopened following a deadly crash Wednesday afternoon. More>>
FITCHBURG (WKOW) -- A City of Fitchburg employee is being credited with saving a coworker's life. Building inspectors Jack Pearson and Paul Scott were walking through a vacant duplex on King James Way June 30 when Scott noticed something was wrong with Pearson.
Summer can be a stressful time for foodbanks because they typically see a decline in donations, but this summer is proving especially tough. More>>
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