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UPDATE: Mt. Horeb teacher on forced leave returns Tuesday Video included

Roughly 50 students protested before school at Mt. Horeb High School Monday morning over the school district's decision to place a teacher on paid administrative leave last Friday.


UPDATE: Red Cross helps family after early morning Madison fire

The Red Cross is helping a Madison family after a house fire early Tuesday morning.


Brewers players brew beer to be served at Miller Park

Members of the Milwaukee Brewers worked to live up to their name this past week, brewing beer with Miller-Coors


One dead in overnight Milwaukee fire

One woman died in a house fire that happened overnight. 


Manchester locals offer concertgoers a place to stay with #RoomsforManchester Video included

Sometimes awful tragedies bring out the best in humanity.


UPDATE: Driver killed by debris on I-94 identified

The driver who died when debris from a semi went through his windshield has been identified.


Madison Police Dept. honors officers, citizens at awards ceremony Video included

The Madison Police Department honored its officers for their bravery in the line of duty.


Who is the Madison man on this season of ABC's The Bachelorette? Video included

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Excitement is building in the Madison area for the latest installment of ABC's The Bachelorette. One of the potential suitors for Bachelorette, Rachel Lindsay, calls Madison home.


Red Cross tornado relief efforts continue in Barron and Rusk counties

EAU CLAIRE (WKOW) -- The Red Cross is continuing to help those effected by last week's tornado causing over $10 million dollars in damage to Chetek, WI, in Barron County.


Businesses bracing for Baraboo bypass Video included

Crews are expected to finish work on the Highway 12 bypass this fall, routing drivers away from town and giving them four lanes to make for smoother travel.


The Dane County Sheriff's Office makes six arrests with DOT funded impaired driving enforcement grant

MADISON (WKOW) -- The Dane County Sheriff's Office used grant funds from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation this weekend to work an impaired driving enforcement program, making six arrests. 


Hands Around The Capitol rally tomorrow Video included

A children's advocacy group is planning a statewide rally Tuesday.


Schimel: Court should stay order for new legislative maps

Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel wants the U.S. Supreme Court to stay an order to redraw Wisconsin's legislative district boundaries.


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