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Wisconsin Red Cross volunteers readying for Hurricane Ian

Hurricane Ian is expected to reach Category 4 status before it slams into Florida on Wednesday. → Read More

2 Wisconsin kids vie for America’s best mullet as voting opens

The polls are open, and this week will determine which kid has the best mullet in America! → Read More

EF-0 tornado confirmed near Beloit

The National Weather Service confirmed a tornado touched down in Rock Co. on Wednesday evening. → Read More

Brewers’ Severino blames infertility issues for 80-game suspension

Milwaukee Brewers’ catcher Pedro Severino was suspended for 80-days for violating Major League Baseball’s performance enhancing drug policy. → Read More

Menomonee Falls-based Kohl’s rejects takeover bids

Kohl’s will not accept recent takeover bids by a private equity firm and an activist hedge fund. → Read More

Portion of Wisconsin River Meats plant ‘total loss’ after overnight fire

Wisconsin River Meats offered employees and customers an update Thursday morning after an overnight fire tore through a section of its meat processing plant in Mauston. → Read More

5 found dead in Milwaukee; homicide investigation underway

A homicide investigation is underway in Milwaukee on Sunday night following the deaths of five people. → Read More

DHS: Inflated COVID-19 numbers are over, but they’re still at record highs

Statewide COVID-19 case numbers are back to normal now after four days of extraordinarily high daily figures caused by a Dept. of Health Services reporting backlog that saw new case counts reach as high as 38,000 on one day. → Read More

Homicide charges filed in Middleton crash that killed three teens

The man accused of homicide in the crash that killed three high school students in Middleton earlier this month was officially charged Tuesday morning. → Read More

Daily flights from Madison to New York coming next week

On Monday, Dane Co. Regional Airport announced a new, daily trips to LaGuardia Airport. The flights take off starting Oct. 13 and with Delta Airlines proving the service. → Read More

Wisconsin mandates masks at Badger home football games

The University of Wisconsin is laying down its policies for face coverings when inside of Camp Randall Stadium. → Read More

NWS confirms tornadoes in Jefferson Co. & Waukesha Co.

The National Weather Service confirmed Thursday afternoon the overnight storms that caused major damage throughout the state did generate a tornado in Jefferson Co. → Read More

Ten years after Timmothy Pitzen’s disappearance, new image shows what he could look like today

Ten years since to the day since Timmothy Pitzen disappeared, a new age progressed image shows what the boy might look like today as a teenager. → Read More

MISSING TEEN: Dane Co. Sheriff searching for missing 16-year-old

The Dane Co. Sheriff’s Office is searching for a 16-year-old from Mt. Horeb who has not been seen since Monday night. → Read More

Report: Packers’ lineman Lane Taylor headed to Texans

Longtime Packers lineman Lane Taylor will apparently not be coming back to Green Bay. → Read More

Missing 13-year-old Dodgeville boy found safe

The Dodgeville Police Department reports a 13-year-old boy who was reported missing has been found safe. → Read More

Trump endorses Sen. Johnson, who hasn’t said if he plans to run

Former President Donald Trump wants Sen. Ron Johnson to serve a third term, despite the senator not publicly stating if he plans to run again. → Read More

Poll: 6 in 10 Wisconsin voters back statewide mask mandate

More than six in ten people in Wisconsin would support requiring most people across the state to wear a face covering to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new poll. → Read More

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers run as Jeopardy! host begins April 5

The NFL MVP will host for two weeks. → Read More

UW planning to allow fans at Badgers football games

The University of Wisconsin plans to let fans back into Camp Randall Stadium when the Badgers football season kicks off this fall. → Read More