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Past articles by Katie:

Thrivent matches donations on Giving Tuesday

On Giving Tuesday, Thrivent is matching donations to the NBC15 Share Your Holidays campaign. → Read More

K9 Vende to retire from Oregon Police Dept.

K9 Vende’s last day will be on Oct. 31. → Read More

SSM nixes plan to cut midwife program

SSM Health will not be ending its midwifery program as they initially planned. → Read More

Remembering 9/11: 12 people with Wisconsin ties killed in terrorist attacks

Twelve people with Wisconsin ties were killed in the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. → Read More

Remembering 9/11: 12 people with Wisconsin ties killed in terrorist attacks

Twelve people with Wisconsin ties were killed in the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. → Read More

Ann Roe announces candidacy in First Congressional District race

A Janesville small business owner and current president of Downtown Janesville Inc. launched her congressional campaign on Tuesday. → Read More

Victim in East Side shooting dies from injuries, Madison Police says

A woman who was shot on Madison’s East Side on Sunday morning has died from her injuries. → Read More

Weekend Events: Artful bikes, music in the city, and polka

From music to polka, there are lots of options to explore this weekend in Southern Wisconsin. → Read More

More than 1,000 UW System students receive tuition credit for providing COVID-19 vaccinations

The UW System announced 1,042 students received the credit on Friday. → Read More

New Beloit splash pads finally open on Saturday

Both splash pads will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Labor Day weekend. → Read More

Passenger seriously injured after deer goes through car’s windshield, Dane Co. sheriff says

An 18-year-old was seriously injured after a car she was in hit a deer in the Town of Verona Thursday night, says the Dane County Sheriff’s Office. → Read More

New fan guidelines for American Family Insurance Championship

More fans will be able to attend the American Family Insurance Championship in June. → Read More

Portage high school teacher arrested after alleged sexual relationship with student

A 35-year-old Portage High School teacher is in jail after having a sexual relationship with a juvenile student, according to Portage police. → Read More

New websites to help residents during Town of Madison attachment

The final attachment of the Town to the Cities will impact all Town residents, property owners, and employees. → Read More

“Re-Opening Day” marks first full-capacity game at American Family Field

Since Opening Day is traditionally in the afternoon, the Brewers moved the start time for the June 25 game against the Rockies from 7:10 p.m. to 3:10 p.m. → Read More

2030 plan from Gov. Evers’ administration wants less office space, smaller footprint

The Department of Administration revealed the “Vision 2030” strategic plan on Wednesday. → Read More

Man loses control of car, crashes into Dane Co. home, deputies say

Deputies responded to a home on the 2800 block of CTH W in the Town of Christiana around 9:40 p.m. Wednesday. → Read More

Not guilty pleas entered for man accused in Columbia Co. homicide

Jason Kijewski stood mute in Columbia County court on Wednesday and the court entered the not guilty pleas to first-degree intentional homicide and burglary charges. → Read More

FoodShare benefits to be distributed this week for children under 6 under new program

The new program is designed to help families whose young children may have been at home more often since last fall due to closures of child care facilities during the pandemic. → Read More

MPD gives online purchase safety reminder following two robberies

On Wednesday, MPD suggested online market exchanges should be done in a well-lit, public area. → Read More