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Authorities searching for missing Wisconsin man in Kansas

Family members and law enforcement in Wisconsin are asking for help locating a missing 21-year-old man. Kyle Kraemer went missing from Beaver Dam, Wisconsin on April 18th. He was last seen on Friday the 19th in Omaha, Nebraska.


A History of Columbia County Wisconsin

The settlers of Columbia County have always been largely engaged in agricultural and pastoral pursuits, and of late years their dairy industries have assumed the greater importance. This fact is fully realized when figures of more than 30 years ago are compared with those of 1914, which have just be


Prosecutors say Wisconsin nursing home worker recorded sex act with 78-year-old man she scammed

NEW BERLIN, Wis. -- A Wisconsin woman is accused of scamming an elderly man. Investigators say 25-year-old Shatarra Rodgers stole from the victim and even recorded a video of the two engaged in a sex act.


Lodi splits at Capitol North double dual

The Lodi girls and boys track and field teams had mixed results at the Capitol North double dual Marshall hosted on April 16. The Lady Blue Devils came away with an 83-63 victory over Lakeside Lutheran, but the Lodi boys fell 100.5-45.5 to the Warriors.


Snow likely across southeast Wisconsin Saturday afternoon and evening

MILWAUKEE — The FOX Weather Experts say we’re still tracking a significant storm for the weekend. The most recent track has a strong low moving through Saturday with rain and snow likely. Some areas may see notable accumulation.


Dane Co. completed its landfill biogas project

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) -- Dane County is injecting renewable natural gas (RNG) into its pipeline after completing its landfill biogas project. On Thursday, Dane County officials stood at the county landfill in Madison to cut a ribbon to mark the project's completion. The county’s landfill biogas facil


Wisconsin Man Found Dead In Minnesota Cabin, Two In Jail

(Sandstone, MN) -- Authorities say a northwestern Wisconsin man was found dead in a remote east-central Minnesota cabin. Two young men are in custody in connection with the death of 36-year-old Barron, Wisconsin man Chris Etchison. Police in Barron followed a tip Tuesday to the cabin where Etchison'


Reward offered for information on animal poisonings in Northern Wisconsin

NORTHERN WISCONSIN (WBAY) - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is offering a $1,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest/and or charges in the poisonings of pet dogs and wildlife in Northern Wisconsin.


Emergency crews responding to crash near Dane

DANE, Wis. - Emergency crews are responding to a crash near the village of Dane in Dane County. Dane County Dispatch says the crash happened near County Highway P and Wisconsin 113. South ound Highway P is currently blocked off. All lanes of Wisconsin 113 are open.


Disturbing behavior fails to derail killer before Waunakee shooting

WAUNAKEE (WKOW) — Episodes of disturbing behavior weeks, even days before a Waunakee man fatally shot a neighbor in an unprovoked attack failed to stop the shooter from being able to purchase a gun, or affect his place in the community.


Police say girl attacked, injured two officers at Jefferson Middle School

MADISON, Wis. - Two officers were injured after they say a 12-year-old girl attacked them Wednesday morning at Jefferson Middle School. Joel DeSpain, spokesperson for the Madison Police Department, said one officer suffered a split lip and cuts, while the other officer was treated for whiplash and s


Republican leaders say Gov. Evers' pot proposal to be snuffed out

MADISON, Wis. - Republican leaders of the Wisconsin Legislature's budget committee say Democratic Gov. Tony Evers' proposal to legalize medical marijuana and small amounts of recreational pot will be snuffed out.


Powerball jackpot could help fix Wisconsin roads

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) - The Powerball lottery made one local man rich, but it could also make local drivers happy. A Milwaukee lawmaker wants to use the state’s cut of the windfall to fix our roads.

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No injuries reported in Dane Co. shed fire

DANE COUNTY, Wis. (WMTV)--- Crews worked to put out a shed fire in the Town of Dunn on Thursday morning. Dane County Dispatch said the fire was in the 4200 block of County Highway B. It was knocked down around 9:20 a.m.


Ag plastics facility will start charging to collect recycling from Sauk, Columbia county farms

Officials in Sauk and Columbia counties have time, but not much, to figure out what they’re going to do with the heavy-duty plastic farmers use to store silage on fields. Sauk County Supervisor Chuck Spencer of Baraboo, chairman of the county board’s Conservation Planning and Zoning Committee, said


Over $5,000 raised for paramedic injured in Iowa Co. crash

PLATTEVILLE (WKOW) — A GoFundMe has been started to raise money for the paramedic injured in an Iowa County ambulance crash. Tina Davies, 44, of Platteville, was transported to Upland Hills Health and then a Madison hospital Monday following the crash.


Disturbance at Madison park broken up, gun allegedly involved

MADISON (WKOW) — Madison Police broke up a loud disturbance at a park Wednesday evening and found a vehicle that had been involved in three pursuits this past week, according to an incident report.


Evers: Wisconsin's contract with Foxconn may be changing

The state of Wisconsin's tax-incentive heavy deal with electronics manufacturer Foxconn may be changing. Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers said this week that the manufacturer reached out to the state about possibly changing the terms of the agreement in response to "the evolving project and global marketpl


LaFollette student accused of sexually assaulting 15-year-old

MADISON (WKOW) — Madison police arrested a 16-year-old LaFollette High School student Wednesday on suspicion of repeated sexual assault of a child. A 15-year-old girl told police she was repeatedly and forcefully groped over the course of a couple of weeks this past February and that these incidents


Travel Wisconsin: Pet Friendly Travel

Here are a few towns throughout the state with plenty of love for four-legged guests. Just be sure to call ahead and confirm pet policies and special offerings before your stay.