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Past articles by Nick:

Culver’s celebrates Giannis’ big night with big diaper gift

A huge night for the Milwaukee Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo will pay off big for some of his littlest fans too. → Read More

Sun Prairie’s Jimmy the Groundhog predicts 6 more weeks of winter

Jimmy saw his shadow this morning, forecasting six more weeks of winter in Wisconsin. → Read More

Name released of man found dead in Lake Waubesa

The Dane Co. Medical Examiner’s Office released the name of the McFarland fisherman who died after his ATV fell through the ice at Lake Waubesa over the weekend. → Read More

Four snowmobiling deaths reported in four days

Four snowmobile deaths in the past four days have more than doubled the number reported in January, new DNR numbers show. → Read More

Evers calls for peace following release of Memphis videos

Gov Tony Evers expressed his sorrow for the 29-year-old man who died three days after the attack, his family, and everyone affected by what happened. → Read More

21 injured after string of crashes on I-39/90 between Janesville and Beloit

A stretch of I-39/90 was completely closed between Janesville and Beloit following a Friday morning crash. → Read More

U.S. sues Wisconsin agency after female candidate’s job offer

The WDMA offered a woman a much lower salary than a less-qualified male candidate for the same position, the Justice Dept. alleges. → Read More

MU Poll: SCOTUS approval significantly rebounds since Dobbs decision

This latest poll finds Americans nearly split on their opinion of the court. → Read More

Bystander killed in Milwaukee police chase

A man is dead after a vehicle fleeing Milwaukee police crashed into his car. → Read More

Biden orders flags to half-staff after Lunar New Year massacre

On Sunday, President Joe Biden ordered flags lowered through sunset on Thursday, Jan. 26. → Read More

Evers calls for Wisconsin residents to vote on abortion

Wisconsinites should have their opinions on abortion law heard at the ballot box, Gov. Tony Evers insisted Tuesday morning. → Read More

Wisconsin reveals how much lottery revenue will save homeowners

The average homeowner in Wisconsin is expected to save more than $200 on their property taxes this year, thanks to revenue generated by the state’s lottery. → Read More

Wisconsin state troopers respond to 400+ calls during Thursday’s storm

Wisconsin State Patrol troopers responded to more than 400 crashes and calls for help across the state during Thursday’s snowstorm, according to its numbers → Read More

AAA offers lifts to intoxicated drivers (and their cars) over the holidays

The organization’s Tow to Go program will return Friday evening and run through the New Year. → Read More

Frozen Road Law takes effect in northern Wisconsin

Weight restrictions are being eased in northern Wisconsin temporarily to help get supplies needed to help protect the state highways more quickly. → Read More

Waukesha Christmas parade killer plans to appeal, court records show

The man convicted of killing six people and injuring dozens more will appeal the guilty verdicts that saw him sentenced to several lifetimes and hundreds of years in prison. → Read More

WERC rules UW Health isn’t required to recognize nurses’ union

The state’s labor relations board backed UW Health’s stance that the health system is not required to recognize a nurses’ efforts to organize. → Read More

Telemarketer reaches settlement with Wisconsin DOJ over banned calls

A New Jersey company that markets extended vehicle service plans agreed not to make any more prohibited calls to Wisconsin. → Read More

Kalahari returns to Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade

The parade will air on WMTV-TV starting at 9 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day. → Read More

Wisconsin’s holiday tree to honor waterways and wetlands

The governor's office revealed this year’s theme for the tree’s decorations, many of which are created by the students, will be “Wisconsin Waters.” → Read More