A media company that owns television stations in Wisconsin is partnering with a longtime farm charity on a live 18-hour telethon to raise money for struggling farmers.
In a story more fitting for Vegas than Madison, armed, masked robbers are cleaning up at poker games in the area, with three reported robberies since March.
Those involved with scheduling the hearing said the timing of the break isn't intentional, but critics of the proposal say lawmakers are trying to shut out public workers.
I like 35-year-old episodes of "The Jeffersons" just as much as the next remote-control-wielding couch potato.
Smoke could be seen for two miles from a fire that leveled a large storage shed in Fitchburg early Thursday.
Dane County has 15 agencies providing supported employment for about 1,200 people with developmental disabilities, serving as something of a model for other parts of the state.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, said he thinks that the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. is headed in the right direction despite some embarrassments. And he said that he supports the WEDC budget vote scheduled for Thursday to go forward.
The resignation of John Gillespie is another in a long line of embarrassments for the scandal-plagued agency.
If you were watching the president’s speech on WKOW-TV/Channel 27 you were probably surprised when, after a couple of minutes, newscaster Greg…
Madison-based Weather Central has been sold for the second time in 18 months, this time to a division of the Weather Channel Cos, which is par…
In the final days of the recall campaign, Democrats finally stepped up their spending on the Madison airwaves, thanks largely to the Greater W…
Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen handed out $289,629 in merit pay rewards to 93 employees.
WKOW-TV (Ch. 27) asked me to size up the spring election in this video from last night's newscast.
WKOW-TV (Ch. 27) did a short take on the impact of candidate endorsements -- including the State Journal's many picks.
Did Economic Development bonds received by a company owned by Republican U.S. Senate candidate Ron Johnson constitute a "government payment" as alleged in a television ad aired by Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Russ Feingold?
Longtime WKOW-TV/Ch. 27 anchor says he wants to spend more 'regular time' with family.