Author: Emily Kumlien

Final details set for big fireworks show at new location

Madison Festivals: Water can be brought in, Water Wagon will be available

Madison's largest fireworks display, Rhythm and Booms, is just two days away and organizers are busy making sure all the details are worked out and things go smoothly for spectators.

Hearing-impaired former Olympic gymnast overcomes adversity

Mother of 2 brings confidence gained after losing hearing into everyday life

A former Olympic gymnast carried the confidence she gained after losing her hearing into competitions and continues to carry it with her as a family medicine doctor and mother of two.

County partners with farmers to manage manure

Farmers who agree must avoid spreading manure in winter

Dane County continues to make a push to clean up the lakes, announcing a partnership with area farmers to reduce phosphorus spread in area lakes.

Donald Driver to headline Click It or Ticket campaign

Former Packer says it is his turn to be loyal to fans

Nearly 400 law enforcement agencies in Wisconsin will be on the lookout the next few weeks for unbuckled drivers, and a familiar face is back in Wisconsin to help promote the campaign.

Calif. drought could help Wis. farmers

Farmers: Livestock, food pantry aid won't do much good now

President Barack Obama announced help with millions of dollars in livestock and food pantry aid but California farmers say that help won't do them much good now.

Wisconsinites take advantage of calm before the storm

Area residents enjoy warm weather at dog park, car wash

Wednesday felt like the calm before the storm in Madison with the sun shining and temperatures hitting above zero, and Wisconsinites knew how to take advantage of the rare warm day.

The Duke of Randolph: From Kenya to Wisconsin

Randolph Junior guard is adopted from Kenya

Randolph boys basketball is one of the most storied basketball programs in the state. 17 year old Duke Vander Galien is the team's point guard and his impact goes well beyond the court. 

New student athletic academic center opens at UW

Center is final piece of $86-million project at Camp Randall

A new student athletic academic center opens as the final piece of an $86-million project that has kept Camp Randall under construction for over two years.

New Sun Prairie hockey arena opens this weekend

$7 Million dollar project opens doors Friday

Eight years ago, the hockey community in Sun Prairie decided it was time to work towards a new facility. Seven million dollars later, the dream becomes a reality this weekend.