SUN PRAIRIE: ONE YEAR LATER
A WKOW TV 27 News special presentation looking back on the stories of heroism and resilience that began with the deadly explosion July 10, 2018 in Sun Prairie and continues
A group of Sun Prairie residents has filed a civil suit to recover losses they say they incurred during the gas main explosion a year ago that killed a firefighter and leveled a large portion of downtown.
RECOVERY AND REBUILDING
It has been more than a week since the an explosion rocked the Sun Prairie community. To help with the recovery efforts, Marcus Palace Cinema in Sun Prairie put in their effort today to help those still recovering.
The Salvation Army of Dane County has been made aware by local authorities of a door-to-door disaster donation scam following the explosion in Sun Prairie.
We Energies was called to a gas leak in Sun Prairie Wednesday morning after a contractor hit a service line, according to We Energies.
The City of Sun Prairie is hosting a public information meeting Thursday evening about the reconstruction of the intersection of Bristol and Main Streets.
A week after a deadly explosion in Sun Prairie, we’re hearing how response to the blast unfolded through dispatch recordings.
It was an explosion that rocked downtown Sun Prairie and called for dozens of firefighters from multiple departments, including Sun Prairie’s bravest. One week later, after help from other departments to help fill shifts during a time of mourning, Sun Prairie’s fire department is back on its own.
Culver’s is donating 50 percent of its sales on Tuesday to the families of Sun Prairie firefighters Cory Barr and Ryan Welch.
City permits for excavation in Sun Prairie show several, downtown projects are part of the investigation into the deadly, damaging natural gas explosion.
After devastating explosion, four Sun Prairie football players will play in WFCA All-Star Game Saturday
On the campus of the University of Whitewater, some of the seniors from southern Wisconsin from last football season are spending their week. They’re getting ready for the WFCA All-Star Game. Four players from Sun Prairie, are representing their home town this Saturday, and this year it has a different feeling after a devastating explosion to their community last week.
More than 50 businesses were impacted, according to the Sun Prairie Police Department.