Colton Molesky, WEAU 13 News

Colton Molesky

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Recent articles by Colton:

Wisconsin voices speak up on the future of animals in the circus

For the first time in five years, the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey will return to performing, but it will be without animals. The move is a change to a 150-year-old show before 2017, and while the show holds a key place in the history of the circus, people at Circus World do not anticipate the circus world to change in lockstep. → Read More

Madison Salvation Army shelters offer 24/7 access to telehealth services

The Salvation Army offers 24/7 access to nurses in its women’s and family shelters in Madison, starting May 10th. The organization is partnering with Nurse Disrupted for the telehealth tech and Conduit Health Partners for remote nurses to give around-the-clock health care to guests. → Read More

Janesville woman spreads awareness for Moyamoya Disease

Moyamoya Disease is a condition that affects the blood vessels in the brain. → Read More

Wisconsin farmers search for ways around delays in meat processing

The beginning of the pandemic exposed issues in the meat processing industry across the country and the logjam many local farmers find when trying to get meat to customers. After two years, Wisconsin farmers say they face the same challenges in getting animals to the table. → Read More

A mother and daughter in Middleton search for a ring’s owner

A mother/daughter duo is searching for the owner of a golden ring found in Middleton, near the Costco gas pumps. → Read More

What tighter regulations on ghost guns could mean for Wisconsin

The Biden administration announced Monday a plan to regulate homemade guns known as “ghost guns” more tightly. → Read More

Businesses voice concerns following incidents at Dairy Drive shelter

The Madison Police Department says the man wanted in connection to an arson at the shelter for people experiencing homelessness on Dairy Drive is now in custody. But the incident is bringing to light some concerns from the public. → Read More

Cambridge firefighter takes final ride in procession through town

The Cambridge Volunteer Fire Department announced the passing of Second Assistant Chief Randy North on Facebook on Saturday. → Read More

Rally in downtown Madison raises support for Ukraine

For the third time in four weeks, people met on the capitol steps for a rally showing support for Ukraine. → Read More

Wisconsin woman living a healthy life after four kidney transplants

A Middleton woman is living a healthy life after 50 years of battling kidney diseases. → Read More

UW-Platteville offers students a Cannabis Agriculture course

The University of Wisconsin-Platteville offers students classes in Cannabis Agriculture and Horticulture. → Read More

Madison golf course receiving a world-class redesign

The Cherokee Country Club is redesigning in the hopes of becoming Wisconsin’s first Tournament Players Club. → Read More

Mount Horeb alley causes rift between businesses, raises question of fair use

Skal Public House has used the alley as a patio in the summer months for the past two years. → Read More

New temporary side effects linked to COVID-19 vaccine

A new study is tying changes in the timing of menstruation to the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Winter Olympic athletes using burner phones in Beijing

The FBI has urged U.S. Olympic athletes to use burner phones while in Beijing, citing cybersecurity concerns. → Read More

Winter Olympic athletes using burner phones in Beijing

The FBI has urged U.S. Olympic athletes to use burner phones while in Beijing, citing cybersecurity concerns. → Read More

Winter Olympic athletes using burner phones in Beijing

The FBI has urged U.S. Olympic athletes to use burner phones while in Beijing, citing cybersecurity concerns. → Read More

Winter Olympic athletes using burner phones in Beijing

The FBI has urged U.S. Olympic athletes to use burner phones while in Beijing, citing cybersecurity concerns. → Read More

Winter Olympic athletes using burner phones in Beijing

The FBI has urged U.S. Olympic athletes to use burner phones while in Beijing, citing cybersecurity concerns. → Read More

Winter Olympic athletes using burner phones in Beijing

The FBI has urged U.S. Olympic athletes to use burner phones while in Beijing, citing cybersecurity concerns. → Read More