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Madison Weather Forecast For The Week Ahead
MADISON, WI — Here's a look at the week-ahead weather, as reported by Darksky. Mostly cloudy starting in the afternoon. Partly cloudy throughout the day. Mostly cloudy until evening.
Shoplifter bites security guard after trying to steal over $1,000 worth of merchandise
MADISON (WKOW) — Police say a shoplifter bit a security guard and scratched him in the eye at Hilldale Mall Thursday evening. According to an incident report, a Macy’s store security officer saw a 17-year-old and two other women stuffing bags with more than $1,100 worth of merchandise, before leavin
Dane County task force to finalize recommendations to prevent future flooding
After months of work, a Dane County task force has made dozens of suggestions to prevent future floods like the one caused by historic rainfall last August. Dredging area waterways to improve water flow, purchasing or restoring more wetlands to improve stormwater absorption, and protecting creeks an
Corned beef recipe from the Beef Council
MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - St. Patrick's Day is a great time to enjoy traditional corned beef. Angie from the Beef Council presents some great tasty recipes.
Q&A: Jevon Diming wants to help black girls learn to love themselves
Jevon Diming is bothered when people describe black girls as “at-risk,” “disadvantaged” or “low-income.” Young people can internalize those words, she says, even when the real problem is the institutions that are failing them.
Madison weighs pricey plan for 100 percent renewable energy
Madison is poised to take a next big step to address climate change with an initiative that would require $95 million in up-front investments but promises to dramatically reduce emissions and deliver substantial savings over time.
Dry week ahead, with warmer temperatures expected
MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) -- Your NBC15 Weather Authority Forecast from Amy Carlson:. With high pressure in control, winds remain light and quiet weather continues. This week will be mainly dry as temperatures gradually warm into the 50s by midweek. The next chance for rain will hold off until Saturday n
Walker to lead effort for balanced budget amendment
MADISON, Wis. - Former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker will be leading the national effort to call a convention to approve a balanced budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The Center for State-led National Debt Solutions on Monday announced that the Republican Walker will serve as its national hono
Man injured after cigarette causes small car explosion
MADISON (WKOW) — Madison police and firefighters responded to a man injured when a car started on fire around 10 p.m. Friday night. The man’s truck had been parked in the area around Brandie Road after being repaired earlier in the week, according to Police Chief Mike Koval’s blog.
Badgers move on to Women's Frozen Four
MADISON - Annie Pankowski scored two goals to lead the Wisconsin Badgers to a 4-0 win over Syracuse in an NCAA women's hockey quarterfinal game at LaBahn Arena Saturday afternoon.
Let's Eat: At Kingdom, stews and curries bring West African flavors north
Every day at Kingdom Restaurant, Mahamadou Tunkara serves up dishes from his native West Africa, calling on childhood recipes and familiar spices to cook heaping portions of warm, savory stews and sauces.
Garden calendar: For the week of March 17
Seed starting: It is seed starting time! Seed starting mix can be purchased at most local garden centers. Monitor your seedlings carefully as they sprout to make sure they don’t dry out. Conversely, also make sure they are not sitting in water, as this is a great environment for damping off diseases
Making music recording provides many lessons for Thoreau students
Thoreau Elementary School students discovered that making a recording is a lot different than performing in a live concert during a residency with Madison singer/songwriter Ken Lonnquist.
VA Nurse Executive and Veteran encourages VA nurses to pursue all opportunities to serve Veterans
For more than 28 years, David E. Murray, MSN, RN, APN, NE-BC, has worked at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), most recently as Associate Director Patient Care Services/Nurse Executive at the William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin, a position he’s held for t
3 Madison Area Foreclosures To Check Out
MADISON, WI — Are you searching for a new house, but don't want to break the bank? No harm in checking out the foreclosures on the market. You could very well find a diamond in the rough!
Small vehicle explosion sends 1 to the hospital
MADISON, Wis. - A man was sent to the hospital after a small vehicle explosion in east Madison on Friday night, police said. According to the Madison Police Department, a 33-year-old man had repaired his car earlier in the week. At around 10 p.m. on Friday, he approached the car on Brandie Road with
Tonight at 10: Call for Action tips to prevent your grandparents from robocall scams
MADISON, Wis. - Half of the calls you'll get this year on your phone will be spam, scams or fraud. That's according to a first-of-its-kind study by the Federal Communications Commission released last month that shows an increase in scam calls over the last year. The FCC counts 232,000 reports of fra
Analysis: Evers Budget Extends UW Tuition Freeze, Hikes Spending
Proposed operating and capital budgets flush UW System with $1.2 billion in new spending, despite record-high program revenue balances. Gov. Tony Evers’ biennial budget proposal for 2019-21 puts a big emphasis on education. As the former Superintendent of the state Department of Public Instruction (
SOS: Two years to secure refund of eight-year telecom overcharge
Lamar Johnson, of Waunakee, was nothing if not respectful, accommodating, earnest and -- especially -- patient in his billing dispute with Internet and phone provider CenturyLink.
Lions help deliver the gift of sight
Waunakee Lions Club community service projects often are highly visible, well publicized events such as Diabetes Awareness, Children’s Vision Screening, annual Wellness Fair, monthly Workshops on Wellness and more.