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Past articles by Keagan:

Officials search for missing Juneau Co. woman last seen in October

Day is white, 5′7″ and around 150 pounds. She is from the Reedsburg and Mauston areas. → Read More

Ted Cruz event moved off UW campus after mask policy disagreement

The event was moved “to accommodate the audience,” YAF’s event page said. → Read More

Henry Vilas Zoo celebrates Halloween all month long

After the cancellation of the zoo’s one-day Boo at the Zoo event comes a month chock-full of Halloween activities. → Read More

Refugees at Ft. McCoy learn English

Officials say these lessons will help refugees transition and settle into American culture. → Read More

Refugees at Ft. McCoy learn English

Officials say these lessons will help refugees transition and settle into American culture. → Read More

DHS urges vaccinations after FDA approves Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

“The results are in. Now that they’ve issued full approval to the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, we can all be even more confident that these vaccines work and are safe. There has never been a better time to get vaccinated." → Read More

Chronic pain observed as long-lasting COVID-19 symptom

“There seems to be a correlation between the virus and pain that manifests in certain parts of the body,” he said. → Read More

Madison’s 115th Fighter Wing breaks ground on first F-35 project

“Progressing from 4th to 5th generation aircraft is like moving from a flip phone to a smartphone,” Gen. David May, tprofhe deputy adjutant general for ai May. → Read More

Two tornadoes confirmed in southern Wisconsin

An EF3 tornado, which is classified as severe, touched down in Boscobel around 4:30 p.m. Saturday. → Read More

Tips for avoiding identity theft as a college student

The Better Business Bureau recommends that college-bound students take the following nine steps to fight identity theft on campus: → Read More

Vos expands Wisconsin election investigation, names ‘Special Counsel’

The investigation is part of the Republican response to former President Donald Trump’s narrow loss in Wisconsin. → Read More

Wisconsin athletes compete in Monday’s Olympic events

The 2020 Tokyo Olympics are in full gear Monday, as several events continue their competitions and several athletes with ties to Wisconsin compete. → Read More

Biden administration provides $100 million to Rural Health Clinics for vaccine outreach

As many areas face the Delta variant and work to protect rural communities from COVID-19, Rural Health Clinics will use this funding to improve health literacy and increase vaccine confidence at the local level. → Read More

Meet the team: Wisconsin athletes competing in Tokyo Olympics

As we gear up for the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games, check out all the athletes who are connected to Wisconsin. → Read More

Biden administration provides support to Wisconsin’s rural COVID efforts

Wisconsin is receiving $14,469,056 through the Small Rural Hospital Improvement Program (SHIP) which will go to 56 small rural hospitals. → Read More

Man found dead after being hit by train in Bagley, sheriff’s office says

A man was found dead after appearing to be hit by a train Sunday night in Bagley. → Read More

Experts warn of bad tick season, offer advice to be safe outdoors

In Wisconsin, more than one in five ticks are infected with the specific bacterium, Borrelia burgdorferi, according to a release. → Read More

Wisconsin can’t seem to spell the word “quarantine”

The most common misspelling of the word? “Corn teen,” according to AT&T. → Read More