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U.S. Representative Mark Pocan says $50 million will be used to fund a new program to provide noise mitigation grants for communities impacted by military aviation noise.
A generous donation from a nonprofit is helping children stay safe.
UW Health Distinguished Psychologist Shilagh Mirgain shares why learning to live with less could be the key to bringing more joy to your life during the pandemic.
Madison College has announced that they will move fall sports to the spring due to COVID-19 concerns.
Public Health Dane County & Madison said they received almost 140 complaints for people not following the county's mandatory mask order on Monday.
UW Health Chief Quality Officer Dr. Jeff Pothoff joins Live at Four to talk about how likely it is for kids to return to school in the fall.
God blessed us with a beautiful wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend, but God has asked her for her help in heaven and has passionately and gently taken her home.
The Janesville School Board will introduce its plans for the upcoming fall semester at a board meeting Tuesday night.
Dr. Jim Orvick from the Oregon Pet Clinic answers your pet questions live on the air.
The recipe for Skillet Glazed Pork is available on mrfood.com.
Nancy Tolbert, age 69, of Dane, Wisconsin passed away on Friday, July 10, 2020 at University Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin.
MASON CITY, Iowa – Gus Pappas was born on July 20, 1924, one of 11 children born to Tony Jim Pappas (Pappadimitrio) and Zoe Rizopoulou.
OREGON - Darus Reider Pernot, age 96, of Oregon, passed away on Sunday, July 12, 2020.
MADISON - Alex Corey Brown, age 28, of Madison, passed away on Saturday, July 11, 2020.
EVANSVILLE/STOUGHTON - Phillip B. Streich, age 70, of Evansville, passed away on Friday, July 10, 2020, at his home.
It is with heavy hearts the family of Stephen “Tippy” Schroeder announces his death on July,12, 2020.
State officials brief the public on the state's response to COVID-19.
We again wanted to make sure we were transparent with you about our own mask policy here at News 3 Now.
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The current pandemic is causing some unusual side effects, like a current coin shortage across the country, one that local banks say is even being felt here in Madison.
Madison residents will see a pair of school district referendums on the ballot in November.
This salad is a refreshing colorful vegetable summer salad.
This is a perfect summer salad with an unusual, extra special dressing.