Deputies: Alabama man fed meth to ‘attack squirrel’

Everyone knows squirrels are characteristically jumpy by nature, but apparently their natural vigilance wasn't enough for an Alabama man, who allegedly fed a pet squirrel methamphetamine to make it aggressive.

Madison Mallards prepare season opener

MADISON (WKOW) — The Madison Mallards are gearing up for another exciting season. Last season, the team came close to winning a championship, but were

Fixing Wisconsin roads

The condition of Wisconsin’s highway system is below average.  In the state’s 15 urbanized areas, only 15% of the highway system is rated “good” and over half are considered “just acceptable.”

Pollen count stays relatively low through the weekend due to recent rains

Pollen count stays relatively low through the weekend due to recent rains

Another round of showers today, especially farther south, continues to keep overall pollen counts low.

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Monona high-speed chase suspect free without bail restrictions

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Senator Baldwin pushing to make it easier to sign up for health care

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Lawyers ease industry concerns on industrial hemp laws

The State Bar of Wisconsin held a panel discussion about the legal reality to grow, process and sell industrial hemp.

Board president’s vote supporting Madison police in schools reviewed

The Madison School Board will review whether the board president violated ethics rules when she cast a crucial vote in