John Stofflet, nbc15_madison

John Stofflet

nbc15_madison

Madison, WI, United States

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Recent:
  • nbc15_madison
Past:
  • FOX 8 New Orleans
  • KCRG
  • WBAY-TV 2
  • Region 8 News
  • KKTV 11 News

Recent articles by John:

Star of “Phantom” and NBC’s “The Voice” appearing at Overture Hall

"Phantom of the Opera" and "The Voice" star Chris Mann is performing his "Phantom Voices" show at Overture Hall tonight (Friday). → Read More

Madison Opera presents Orpheus in the Underworld this weekend at Overture Hall

Madison Opera presents the operetta Orpheus in the Underworld Friday, April 29 and Sunday, May 1 at Overture Hall. In this interview, soprano Jasmine Habersham talks about the production and her role as Eurydice. → Read More

UW-Madison Varsity Band Spring Concert returns after pandemic hiatus

For the first time since 2019, the UW-Madison Varsity Band Spring Concert series returns to the Kohl Center this weekend. This also marks Dr. Corey Pompey's first time directing the concerts since he was hired to replace Mike Leckrone in 2019. → Read More

Humorology celebrates 75 years of entertaining audiences on campus

Students on the UW-Madison campus will once again be performing in the Humorology variety show later this month. Since 1947, the juried, student-run production has entertained audiences and raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for area non-profits. → Read More

Making a Difference: Donor dogs and cats provide lifesaving blood for pets in need

Dozens of canines and 14 cats donate blood regularly at the UW Veterinary Care Blood Bank, which is then used to treat sick or injured animals in need of transfusions. → Read More

Making a Difference: Donor dogs and cats provide lifesaving blood for pets in need

Dozens of canines and 14 cats donate blood regularly at the UW Veterinary Care Blood Bank, which is then used to treat sick or injured animals in need of transfusions. → Read More

Making a Difference: Donor dogs and cats provide lifesaving blood for pets in need

Dozens of canines and 14 cats donate blood regularly at the UW Veterinary Care Blood Bank, which is then used to treat sick or injured animals in need of transfusions. → Read More

Making a Difference: Donor dogs and cats provide lifesaving blood for pets in need

Dozens of canines and 14 cats donate blood regularly at the UW Veterinary Care Blood Bank, which is then used to treat sick or injured animals in need of transfusions. → Read More

Making a Difference: Donor dogs and cats provide lifesaving blood for pets in need

Dozens of canines and 14 cats donate blood regularly at the UW Veterinary Care Blood Bank, which is then used to treat sick or injured animals in need of transfusions. → Read More

Beaver Dam Residents “Fill-the-Truck” for Kentucky tornado victims

If you missed the Sunday drop off, items will be accepted Monday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Beaver Dam Police Department on Park Avenue. → Read More

Making a Difference: Strangers step up to save Cottage Grove teen’s life

Jonah Heyerholm is grateful to be alive after a freak boating accident on Rock Lake. On this Thanksgiving, he's grateful to the strangers who stepped up to give him the gift of life. → Read More

Remembering 9/11: Madison firefighter reflects on how search at Ground Zero has impacted his life

Madison Fire Department Firefighter/EMT Rob Verhelst knew he had to go search for victims of the 9/11 attacks as soon as he saw the attack unfold on television. What he saw and experienced while working at Ground Zero changed the trajectory of his life. In an emotional interview, he speaks 1-on-1 with NBC15's John Stofflet. → Read More

Exploring Wisconsin: John Stofflet paddles down Turtle Creek in Rock County

Turtle Creek winds for about 30 miles through Walworth and Rock counties. Paddlers can take in peaceful forests along the creek, farmland, and the historic Tiffany Stone Bridge--a 5 arch railroad bridge built in 1869. John Stofflet paddles that section of Turtle Creek in this Exploring Wisconsin segment. → Read More

Exploring Wisconsin: John Stofflet paddles “The Pec” through Darlington

As part of our Exploring Wisconsin series celebrating summer in our area, John Stofflet kayaks down the Pecatonica River through Darlington. → Read More

Exploring Wisconsin: Lake Ripley offers crystal clear waters

Lake Ripley on the outskirts of Cambridge, Wisconsin, offers clear water and a sandy bottom for all types of water sports. It's the perfect place for paddling kayaks and canoes, as John Stofflet discovered. → Read More

Exploring Wisconsin: Baraboo River’s a unique spot for kayaking & canoeing

Along its roughly 120 miles, the Baraboo river offers canoers and kayakers a variety of scenery, wildlife, and even rapids. → Read More

Class During Covid: Paramedic Academy students pass key benchmarks

Students at the Madison College Paramedic Academy are for the most part just a written exam away from their goal of becoming paramedics. We are following Madison Firefighter Tasha Kirch, as she nears the end of her intensive training, by gaining experience in the field on real calls. → Read More

Class During Covid: Paramedic Academy students now training on-the-job with paramedics in the field

Madison College Paramedic Academy students are now training in the field, going on real calls with certified paramedics supervising and giving advice when needed. For one Madison firefighter, serving her community is the culmination of a dream and a goal that began at age 9, after a tragedy took the lives of kids in her neighborhood. → Read More

Class During Covid: Paramedic Academy students prepare for new challenge

Madison College Paramedic Academy students are wrapping up their college class work and lab work. They will soon get ready to work out in the field to train with area paramedics on real calls. → Read More

Making a Difference: Friends, neighbors rally around ailing Sun Prairie therapy dog

Service runs in the family for the Beamers of Sun Prairie. → Read More