Michelle Baik, nbc15_madison

Michelle Baik

nbc15_madison

Madison, WI, United States

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Recent:
  • nbc15_madison
  • WEAU 13 News
Past:
  • KCRG
  • WSAW
  • WBAY-TV 2
  • KBTX News
  • KY3 News
  • WCTV Eyewitness News
  • KOTA Territory News
  • WABI_TV5
  • KFYR TV

Recent articles by Michelle:

Madison tests guaranteed income to families in need

The Madison Forward Fund is a year-long guaranteed income program for Madison residents. → Read More

Beloit ‘celebrates progress’ on Juneteenth weekend

Community members who gathered for Beloit’s Juneteenth festivities say their fellowship is not only fun but also meaningful. → Read More

Protesters march against Asian hate after alleged attacks in downtown Madison

Protesters plan to march down State Street Friday after an alleged attack of an Asian student near UW-Madison campus. → Read More

Under heat warning, thousands still without power in storm’s aftermath

Extreme heat matched with power outages are causing some Madison residents to worry about what’s next. → Read More

Dane Co. schools train against active assailants

Beyond fire and tornado drills, schools around Dane county are training against active assailants. → Read More

Gas prices are up. So is an interest in bikes.

Businesses say sticker shock at the pump may be driving up demand for alternative options, like biking. → Read More

High diesel prices affect farmers, with costly alternatives on the table

Prices at the pump are up again and setting records, even for diesel fuel depended on by farmers. → Read More

High diesel prices affect farmers, with costly alternatives on the table

Prices at the pump are up again and setting records, even for diesel fuel depended on by farmers. → Read More

‘Straight shooter’: Friend and dart player remembered after workplace tragedy

A Janesville man was honored by loved ones Saturday with a game that was near to his heart. → Read More

International students return to Wis. Dells, build up seasonal workforce

International students are returning to Wisconsin Dells in fuller force, after the pandemic shut down opportunities to work. → Read More

Wis. farmers join state, federal leaders to discuss mental health care needs

U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin (D - WI) joined a roundtable discussion with Wisconsin farmers to see what their needs are in accessing mental health care. → Read More

Madison-area high school students walk out for abortion rights

Fears that the U.S. Supreme Court will overturn Roe v. Wade drove dozens of students to the capitol building’s steps. → Read More

Education, grant program aims to create more Black homeowners in Madison

A new homeowner is celebrating Tuesday, thanking an education and grant program for helping her reach the milestone. → Read More

Rabbis in Ukraine ask for solidarity this Passover

Jews in Madison are answering a call for solidarity from Ukrainian rabbis during Passover. → Read More

Madison police officers explain why they’re riding horseback

The Madison Police Department’s Mounted Patrol Unit is growing, with several officers graduating this week after a month of specialized training. → Read More

Madison police search for answers on second car in homicide case

The Impala was mentioned in a criminal complaint in the homicide case of Dwayne Collins. The document states it moved alongside the suspects’ Ford Explorer prior to the shooting and, after it, fled the scene. → Read More

Madison woman says son was shot and killed after his release from prison

“To have to pick my child’s head up to try to comfort him and to see blood running down him, that’s something I cannot take out of my head,” Angela Briggs said Friday. → Read More

UW researchers to expand program to prevent diabetic eye disease

Diabetes can damage the eyes and even result in blindness, according to Dr. Yao Liu, director of the UW Teleophthalmology Program. → Read More

Beloit man remains in a fight for his life, after his young son saves him during car crash

“It makes you think how precious every day is when you wake up,” Matt Lundblade said. “I’m here another day because of everybody’s quick actions and especially my son’s.” → Read More

Wisconsin, Iowa State game ignites couple’s rivalry

March Madness began as a show of school spirit for one Green Bay couple, but a rivalry was born when their alma maters faced off against each other Sunday night. → Read More