A Montello man is charged with burglary and sexual assault after police found his fingerprints and DNA on a window at the crime scene. More>>
The murder trial of the Purdue student accused of killing West Bend, WI native Andrew Boldt is being delayed. More>>
A nurse in central Wisconsin is watching the situation in Ukraine closely.
Investigators are working on a study that hopes to help patients with chronic lympopocyctic leukemia, or CLL for short. More>>
A beach-themed party helped mothers and their sons beat the winter blues on Friday night. More>>
Participants are encouraged to put down their Internet-connected devices More>>
The UW Synchrotron center near Stoughton circulates electrons near the speed of light that emit light beams. More>>
MADISON (WKOW) -- An advocate for children with disabilities says an investigation into a Milton school principal's use of seclusion and restraint with autistic child More>>
MADISON (WKOW) -- Put on your dancing shoes, and get ready to boogie for a good cause this weekend at the sixth annual Wisconsin Dance Marathon. More>>
MADISON (WKOW) -- Since April of 2012, 27 News has striven to bring you an in-depth look at the week's big stories on our public affairs show Capitol City Sunday. This weekend's episode is the 100th and to celebrate we will take a look back at its most memorable moments.
WATERLOO (WKOW) --- The Waterloo School Board will be considering revising their school lunch policy on Monday, March 10.The full board will consider a recommendation to modify the policy when students do not have money in their lunch accounts.According to the Waterloo Courier, the policy was brought up last month by PTO Secretary Angie Stinnett. She brought to their attention a sandwich and milk was being served for up to three days to students with negative accounts.After the news of a scho... More>>
Friends of Scott Walker has filed a complaint with television stations regarding the airing of Mary Burke's campaign add.
Anchor Bank is offering an apology to nearly 200 customers who received the wrong mortgage statements, and is also offering them one year of fraud protection. More>>
TDS Telecommunications says it has repair teams working on fiber optic lines severed in a construction accident Friday in Madison, near the intersection of the Beltline and Gammon Road. More>>
PHOENIX, AZ (WKOW) -- Hank the Brewers' dog has found a permanent home. More>>
More than 3,000 retired public sector workers returned to work for a public employer last year, while drawing pensions from their old jobs More>>
Several Republican-authored bills concerning elections are still moving through the Legislature as it heads into the final weeks of this session. More>>
A school in western Wisconsin has the right recipe for success in and out of the classroom. More>>
Gov. Walker launches his first TV ad Friday against challenger Mary Burke's message that unemployment has gone up under his watch More>>
FOND DU LAC (WKOW) -- A Fond du Lac woman is charged with mistreatment of animals amongst other charges after her son poured bleach on his puppies. More>>
A new fishing advisory group, Wisconsin Fisheries Advisory Council, has been formed by the Department of Natural Resources and the Conservation Congress. More>>
The annual Bike-O-Rama showstopper returns for what promises to be a spectacular show this weekend. More>>
The Sauk County Sheriff's Office's dispatch center says a man fell from an indoor roller coaster at Mt. Olympus Theme Park & Water Resort in Lake Delton. More>>
Students at an elementary and middle school in Milwaukee are getting a second day off tomorrow, but from snow. More>>
MADISON (WKOW) -- A Wisconsin Rapids woman will spend three years on probation for threatening to kill a federal administrative law judge. Fifty-one-year-old Norma Prince was sentenced Thursday. More>>
The long winter has made it tough on construction workers to meet deadlines on homes in Wisconsin. More>>
Middleton Police are crediting teamwork and crime analysis for the recent arrest of an alleged bank robber. Scottie Patterson, 28, was arrested Wednesday in connection with a robbery at the Guaranty Bank branch at a Copps grocery store at 6800 Century Ave. in Middleton. More>>
A group of UW students are urging the Dane County board to pass a women's health resolution at Thursday night's board meeting. More>>
Hundreds of people turned out at the State Capitol Thursday to testify on a controversial bill that would change how academic standards are set for Wisconsin public schools. More>>
According to information in the criminal complaint, a tearful Bonnell Hanger told responding officers, "I shot my kid brother." More>>
A man accused in a murder in Juneau County is competent to stand trial. More>>
Want to wake up to the sound of sizzling bacon, with its aroma drawing you out of bed? Well there's an app for that.
New UW System president Ray Cross address regents for the first time Thursday.
Seven Wisconsin National Guard soldiers are headed to Afghanistan and were honored with a send-off ceremony Thursday morning.The soldiers are part of the Madison-based Detachment 52 Operational Support Airlift Command and their mission will be to fly a C26 fixed wing aircraft and conduct day and night airlift missions, transporting critical personnel. The group is lead by their commander, Chief Warrant Officer 4, Arthur Hebblewhite.This is Hebblewhite’s first deployment.
Dane County announced plans Thursday to expand its partnership with local growers and increase awareness of the health benefits and importance of buying local produce. More>>
Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald said a number of senators had problems with the bill, and it likely will not go any further. More>>
Two men are found dead inside of a trailer home in the village of Brandon. More>>
The Dane County Sheriff's Office is searching for this pink revolver missing from homicide victim Cheryl Gilberg's Mazomanie home.
Demolition work has started to remove a mammoth landmark that has stood in downtown Manitowoc for more than a century. More>>
MADISON (AP) -- A state Senate committee is getting ready to vote on a bipartisan bill that would purge information from Wisconsin's popular online court records database. More>>
Tourists at two National Parks in Wisconsin spent $28.4 million in surrounding communities in 2012. More>>
LA CROSSE (WKOW) -- Two people have been arrested after a drug raid in La Crosse. The arrests happened Wednesday afternoon. More>>
MADISON (WKOW) -- Some of those on Madison's west side should have water once again after a water main break that happened overnight. More>>
Madison firefighters and police officers exchange baked goods and cookies for fruit and veggies. More>>
Democrat Mary Burke touts her business record and attacks Governor Walker in her first television ad in the race for governor.
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