Author: Mary Jo Ola

Fight against breast cancer a family affair

Family named Honorary Race Chair at 2014 Race for the Cure

The Pitot family of Madison can be described as tight-knit, and their relationship only grew when one of their own was diagnosed with breast cancer.

UW-Madison students want to talk about race

Group wants more serious conversations, actions to improve racial inclusivity

A new photo campaign at the University of Wisconsin-Madison features students calling for serious conversations about racial inclusivity on campus.

Ordinance in Iowa County may impact bike events

Neighbors concerned about residents, property being mistreated by event participants

A new special events ordinance in Iowa County has some people concerned it could drive away organized bike events.

Teen overcomes breathing disorder to continue performing

Kelly Conaghan will compete in World Irish Dancing Championships next month

A Madison teenager will compete in the World Irish Dancing Championships next month in London after dealing with breathing disorder that temporarily stopped her from dancing.

Parents want Middleton teacher's license revoked

Group protests outside middle school

More than a dozen people stood outside Kromrey Middle School Friday morning with signs calling on the Department of Public Instruction to revoke a teacher's license.

Verona couple returns home to no heat

Gas company estimates delivery to be made in 7 days

Twenty-seven degrees might not sound too bad compared to Monday's weather, but imagine if that was the temperature inside your home, which is the case for one area couple.

Sun Prairie students take anti-bullying pledge

Prairie View Middle School joins WISC-TV's The Buddy Project

Students at Prairie View Middle School, in Sun Prairie, are among the more than 80,000 who have joined the anti-bullying initiative.

Middleton preps for flooding

Lake 1.3 feet from 100-year record flood height

The city of Middleton is getting ready for more potential flooding as water levels continue to rise.