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Jerry Davis: Season-ending hunt one to savor
A last hunt can put positive visions in the heads of hunters, regardless of how rewarding 2014 was.
Return of normal weather on tap next week
After highs reached the mid to upper 40s in south central Wisconsin on Friday, the weather is expected to be closer to normal next week.
Man shot on Badger Road on South Side, police say
Madison police are investigating a shooting Friday afternoon on West Badger Road on the city's South Side.
Huge Packers game could mean huge traffic jams in Green Bay on Sunday
Football fans heading to Green Bay for the big game between the Packers and Detroit Lions Sunday afternoon should expect big traffic jams and delays.
Packers: Aaron Rodgers listed as probable for Sunday's showdown with Detroit
Aaron Rodgers is listed as probable for the Packers' NFC North showdown with the Lions. The winner Sunday clinches the division title.
Outdoors: Just enough ice up north for a day atop lake in Washburn County
Despite recent warming, a former DNR biologist and a former TV show host hook up with an Eau Claire columnist to pull in some big fish.
Driver killed in Green Lake County rollover crash
A woman found lying unconscious in a driveway in Green Lake County Friday morning, after being ejected from her SUV during a rollover crash, died at an area hospital.
Police: Weapon-shaped laser leads to parking lot arrest
A 19-year-old Madison man was arrested Wednesday night on charges that include use of a facsimile firearm that he allegedly pointed at a couple in a drugstore parking lot.
Grocery bills, credit cards, wants and needs: New class about personal finances
The class during the fall semester was a pilot and will be repeated this spring.
Fiberdome pays $18,000 in fines for worker safety violations
OSHA had cited the Lake Mills fiberglass manufacturer for exposing workers to hazardous levels of dust, chemicals and noise.
UW-Madison engineer wins national award
A UW-Madison polymer engineer has been named a 2015 outstanding young manufacturing engineer.
Man wounded in face at Fitchburg gas station with unknown weapon
A man sitting in a parked car at a Fitchburg service station was shot in the face on Christmas day, police report.
Rollover crash injures 1 on Near West Side
A rollover crash Christmas Day injured one driver on the Near West Side.
Car lurches forward, Monona man injured
A Monona man was being nice Christmas night when he went outside to start his girlfriend's car. He apparently didn't realize it was a manual transmission.
Man 'looking for cash' finds and steals it from West Side hotel, police say
A man who went behind the front desk at a West Side hotel Thursday night looked for and found cash, which he stole from the business before fleeing.
Orange County Register: With dollar strong, fix U.S. finances
Despite a host of financial fears, the dollar is doing pretty well — relative to the rest of the global economy, at least.
Chicago Tribune: Spread the Olympic Games around
As South Korea buckles under the enormous financial pressure of hosting the 2018 Winter Olympics, the International Olympic Committee recently made a practical suggestion: Move some events to …
Focus on Dane County: Superintendents in McFarland, Sun Prairie leaving posts
Scott Brown of McFarland and Tim Culver of Sun Prairie both recently announced their departures, leaving the districts to search for new superintendents simultaneously.
Doug Moe: UW grad Shannon Strader leaves school with more than a diploma
Recent UW-Madison graduate Shannon Strader has a new non-profit, and an extraordinary story of its founding.
The Mustache is a sexy, raucous band whose funk tickles the eardrums
The Mustache is nothing if not a party. The band turns every bar, theater or festival they play into raucous, joyous celebration.