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1 injured in car vs. buggy crash in Lafayette County, officials say
LAMONT TOWNSHIP, Wis. - One person was seriously injured Friday morning in a car versus Amish buggy crash, Lafayette County sheriff’s officials said. Lafayette County sheriff’s deputies responded around 11:50 a.m. to Highway 81 at Kathy Road in Lamont Township for a vehicle versus Amish buggy crash,
Suspect in 2 vehicle thefts considered dangerous, possibly armed, deputies say
PLATTEVILLE, Wis. - Grant County deputies are looking for a possibly armed and dangerous man who is the suspect in two stolen vehicle incidents from last week, according to a release.
Wacky hotel features themed suites with beds in hot air balloon baskets and tree trunks sprouting through the floor
Guests might wake up wondering where they are after checking into this wacky themed hotel. That's because the Don Q Inn in Dodgeville, Wisconsin, has a number of rooms featuring a mix of unusual furnishings, including beds in hot air balloon baskets, igloos and even custom-built space shuttles.
Platteville police search for car thief who is considered dangerous
PLATTEVILLE (WKOW) — The Grant County Sheriff’s office is looking for a man who allegedly stole two cars. Police are searching for 29-year-old Thomas Kussmaul. On Friday around 12:30 a.m., the Grant County Sheriff’s Office investigated a report of a stolen 2003 Chevy Silverado from Southwest Road.
Patrick Durkin: Wisconsin deer hunt numbers were great, but news on CWD wasn't
Few state wildlife agencies match the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources’ proficiency for cranking out data and perspectives soon after the state’s annual nine-day deer season ends in late November.
Authorities looking for suspect after two vehicles stolen in Grant County, Wis.
PLATTEVILLE, Wis. (KCRG) - Authorities are asking for help finding 29-year-old Thomas sKussmaul after two vehicles were stolen. On December 14 at around 12:30 p.m. the Grant County Sheriff's Office said they investigated a report of a stolen Chevy Silverado from Southwest Road in Platteville Townshi
Warriors triumph in gritty rivalry game
SOUTH WAYNE — Coming off a state championship football season, the Black Hawk boys basketball team had little chance to get its basketball legs ready for the regular season. The Warriors started slow offensively in its first four games, struggling to find a consistent offensive output.
Dunkleberger makes a switch: LM alumnus headed to Iowa State
It was just this past May that L-Cat athlete Ben Dunkleberger announced his decision to attend the University of Pennsylvania as a track and field athlete. This fall, he announced via social media site Twitter that he was switching directions, and would be transferring to Iowa State University to pl
Green Cab suspends service following armed robberies of taxi drivers
Green Cab suspended its taxi service Sunday following three armed robberies of taxi drivers in Madison over the weekend. The company said in a Facebook post that "for the safety of our drivers and customers," it had pulled drivers off the road Saturday around 10:30 p.m. and did not intend to provide
Badgers stay at No. 16 in AP poll
The University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team remained at No. 16 in this week’s Associated Press Top 25 poll. UW won its only game last week, beating Savannah State 101-60 on Thursday night at the Kohl Center.
Goslings run away from Blackhawks
WATERTOWN — Prior to the season, Watertown was picked to finish sixth in the Badger South girls basketball race. That prediction has not aged well. Ten days after knocking off second-ranked Monroe on the road, Watertown maintained a one-game lead in the conference race with a 48-29 win over Fort Atk
Court asked to stop Wisconsin voting changes
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The fight over restricting early voting in Wisconsin is back in federal court. Attorneys for a coalition of liberal groups asked a federal judge Monday to block enforcement of a law change signed by Gov. Scott Walker on Friday that would limit early voting to no more than two we
Madison residents respect Green Cab for temporarily shutting down
MADISON (WKOW) — Green Cab Madison suspended it’s service Sunday after three Madison cab drivers were robbed this weekend. Two of those robberies involved Green Cab drivers.
New rules for Wisconsin firefighters impact those who suit up voluntarily
PARKLAND, WI — Being chief of any fire department is not an easy job, but when firefighters work on voluntary basis — like they do at the Parkland Fire Department — challenges can ignite in more ways than one.
Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign underway in Wisconsin
RIB MOUNTAIN (WAOW)- In Wisconsin more than 3,000 people were hurt last year and 143 people were killed because of alcohol related crashes, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
Chris Kroeze Day in Wisconsin
Will Wisconsin's Chris Kroeze win NBC's The Voice? He only has a chance if you help the Barron Native make it through!. In honor of the final votes being made tonight, today (12/17/18) has been declared "Chris Kroeze Day."
Wisconsin Last In Nation for Excessive Drinking
Wisconsin ranks 23rd in the nation for overall health, according to an annual report from America's Health Rankings that compares key health indicators state-by-state. The study looks at a variety of health indicators, measuring habits like drinking and drug deaths, infrastructural issues like numbe
Former Wisconsin Santa charged with child sex assault
OSHKOSH, Wis. -- A former YMCA employee, who used to dress up as Santa Claus, has been charged with two counts of first-degree child sexual assault. Police in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, said they were called to the YMCA last week after childcare supervisors told officers that a parent saw BT Adams kiss a 3
UPDATE: Green Cab to resume rides Monday after robbery concerns
UPDATE (WKOW) — Green Cab Madison said it will resume services on Monday morning after temporarily halting all rides after two of its drivers were robbed. In a Facebook post Sunday evening, the company said it would re-open Monday at 6 a.m. but there will be new hours for the week ahead.
Patricia Randolph's Madravenspeak: Wisconsin predator-killing contests: Killing for the thrill of killing
“(H)unting is my passion, killing is my obsession. Those of us that hunt, enjoy the hunt, but at the end of the day it’s the kill we want. Don’t be just a hunter. Be a killer.” ~ Steven Davis, killing contest participant.