Marcus Aarsvold, nbc15_madison

Marcus Aarsvold

nbc15_madison

Madison, WI, United States

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Recent:
  • nbc15_madison
Past:
  • WEAU 13 News
  • FOX 8 New Orleans
  • NBC12 WWBT Richmond
  • FOX 12 Oregon KPTV
  • WKYT
  • KCRG
  • Western Mass News
  • WDBJ7
  • KFVS News
  • KKTV 11 News
  • and more…

Recent articles by Marcus:

Increased food need exhibited by high demand at Dane County food pantries

The food needs doubled for some Dane County food pantries who are serving more families than ever before. → Read More

Clerk work continues after Election Day in Wisconsin

Clerks prepare for future elections as they continue to process ballots for the November 8th election in Wisconsin. → Read More

Town of Middleton voters brave the cold in long lines

Some voters at the Town of Middleton town hall waited three hours to cast their ballot. → Read More

Abortion rights mobilize voters for and against the issue

Voters in favor and against abortion mobilized with one month left until the Wisconsin midterm election. → Read More

Dane County funds initiative for preventing fentanyl and opioid use

Dane County plans to provide over $700,000 for community organizations to decrease deaths caused by opioid and fentanyl overdoses. → Read More

Verona business looks forward to Ironman Triathlon’s economic impact

The Wisconsin Ironman triathlon returns for its 20th year and brings an economic boost to area businesses. → Read More

Season opener is first Badger game featuring the new South End Zone

The first UW Badger football game featured a completed South End Zone at Camp Randall for a VIP fan experience. → Read More

UW Health: Growing minds require more fruits and vegetables during the school year

Growing minds require more fruits and vegetables during the school year → Read More

UW Health: Growing minds require more fruits and vegetables during the school year

Growing minds require more fruits and vegetables during the school year → Read More

Ron Johnson opens Republican headquarters and campaigns southern Wisconsin

Ron Johnson opens Republican headquarters and campaigns southern Wisconsin → Read More

McFarland clerk impressed with primary voter turn out

The McFarland clerk treasurer is impressed with the number of people who voted in the 2022 partisan primary. → Read More

CNA shortage takes a toll on Wisconsin healthcare facilities

Staff shortages continue to limit healthcare facilities, but administrators hope employment improves hiring process. → Read More

Milton family welcomes Ukrainian family into their home

A Ukrainian family now calls Milton their home after a long journey escaping their war-torn home country. → Read More

Portage woman experiences final wish on Wisconsin Dells boat tour

Portage woman experiences final wish on Wisconsin Dells boat tour → Read More

Parker Kruse’s mother feels sense of closure after discovery of her son’s remains

Parker Kruse’s mother feels sense of closure after her son’s remains were discovered on Saturday → Read More

Special session brings pro-choice advocates to the Wisconsin State Capitol

The special session surrounding abortion rights in Wisconsin brought a large crowd of pro-choice advocates to the Wisconsin State Capitol. → Read More

Darlington United Methodist Church celebrates 175th birthday

Darlington Methodist Church pastors and members celebrated 175 years of worship services on Sunday. → Read More

Community celebrates Cooksville’s 180th birthday

The Village of Cooksville celebrated the small community’s 180th birthday on Saturday. → Read More

Juneau Co. Fair officials optimistic but unsure about grandstand events after tornado damage

Juneau County Fair officials optimistic but unsure about grandstand events after tornado damage → Read More

Juneau County remembers former Judge John Roemer in candlelit vigil

A large group of community members in Juneau County came together Saturday night to honor Judge John Roemer’s memory in a candlelit vigil. → Read More