If you’re a parent used to driving your kids to and from school, you may be familiar with this scenario: speeding cars, crowded streets and kids crossing in the middle
If you’re a parent used to driving your kids to and from school, you may be familiar with this scenario: speeding cars, crowded streets and kids crossing in the middle of the road, all while one crossing guard is attempting to stop another stream of cars.
27 News found Wisconsin has been steadily losing dairy farms over the last 15 years.
With record snowfall this year and early winter, counties in Southern Wisconsin are already running out of money for their snowplow budgets.
Lanes of Whitney Way were closed down overnight and into Tuesday afternoon as crews worked to fix up a main that broke because it couldn’t hold up to pressure after decades of use.
Social media keeps us constantly connected and billions of us around the world use it. But when it comes to your kids, how much is too much?
MADISON (WKOW) — With full-time jobs, three children and three dogs – Misty and Randy Erickson’s lives are just as busy as anyone’s. But things
Doctors and caregivers face pressures and stresses every day they go to work, even those caring for our pets.
For more than forty years, Northwest Dane Senior Services has provided meals, wellness checks, activities and other care services for rural communities near Cross Plains.
Firefighters began running calls out of the new Station 3 on Syene Road at the end of August, and since then they have been able to more quickly respond to calls on the east side of town.
Vaping devices are finding their ways into the hands of teens across Southern Wisconsin, even though it’s illegal for teens to use them.
For more than a century, Wisconsin has been known as America’s Dairyland, home to more dairy farms than any other state. Still, many farmers aren’t able to make ends meet right now, in a tough market.
As your kids head back to school they might notice some new safety upgrades. Hundreds of school districts received school safety grants from Wisconsin’s Department of Justice over the last two years.
A year later, their tactics have led to few arrests and even fewer charges but founder Jay Pretty said he’s proud of the work they’ve done.
Blue-green algae blooms are an all too common sight in Madison during the summer, shutting down beaches and causing an awful smell.