Adam Duxter

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Hometown: Canton, Michigan

High School: 
Canton High School

College: University of Missouri- Columbia (M-I-Z!)

Other Journalism Experience: Reporter/Anchor at KOMU

Started at News 3 Now on: June 4th, 2018

What is your favorite part about living in Madison? 
The people!

What is the biggest news story that you’ve covered? 
Extreme weather and tornado coverage

What do you like to do in your spare time? 
I love sports, the outdoors, discovering new music, reading, playing guitar, exploring, and spending time with friends and family!

What is your favorite kind of ice cream? 
Sparkys Ice Cream in Columbia, MO, has a flavor called “Oreo Speedwagon” which is half oreo and half coffee. I’ve yet to find a better flavor of ice cream in all my travels.

What is your favorite place to vacation? 
San Diego, California

Who is your hero and why? 
My mom and dad both share the role of my hero. My parents have both worked extremely hard and made major sacrifices in order to provide my sisters and I opportunities to succeed. Simply put, they are the most selfless people I know!

What was your favorite band when you were in high school? 
Foo Fighters

What is your favorite sport to play or watch? 
Play- Football
Watch-Basketball

If you could possess one superhuman power, what would it be? 
The ability to control time

What are you really bad at that you’d love to be great at? 
Dunking

What is your most memorable travel experience? 
For two years in a row, I joined a team of missionaries to Harmons, Jamaica, where we spent time building houses and hanging out with the Jamaican people!

What is your favorite tradition around the holidays? 
Thanksgiving dinner with family and the Detroit Lions most likely losing on thanksgiving day

What is your favorite song of all time? 
Mr Brightside by the Killers

What is your favorite movie of all time? 
Whiplash

What is your favorite book of all time? 
Love Does by Bob Goff

What is the best piece of advice you have ever received? 
“Control what you can control and the rest will fall into place”

Where were you when September 11, 2001 occurred?
I was five years old, in kindergarten class!

Articles

As demand for RV's continues to surge, a new type of business is taking over

Black Business Expo to highlight entrepreneurs of color in Rock County

'Demons are in my head': Bail set at $100K for Rock County man accused of killing his grandmother

Rain is on its way - but is it coming fast enough to help Wisconsin's farmers?

Despite game one loss, Bucks fans remain optimistic

Water quality in Madison's lakes is still a concern - what you can do to make a difference

'By the grace of God': Homeowner's quick actions save his house and himself after grill fire - what to know if it happens to you

'Frustration': State Street business owners sound off on plans to build newer, larger bus stops

As hot weather continues, emergency vets ask pet owners to be cautious

Return of AmFam Championship provides lasting memories for golf fans

How your power company is working to keep your lights on during 2021's hottest stretch

Over $10 million in rent assistance is still unclaimed in Dane County - how to find out of you qualify

Milton Golf to get second chance after WIAA computer glitch nearly costs them trip to state contest

'GRiT' event gives Dane County girls a chance to learn mountain biking skills

'The class of 2021 is unique': Veterans Memorial Coliseum hosts graduation ceremonies for resilient '21 class

'This is what I envisioned': Months into restoration process, Janesville's Monterey Hotel is a blank slate

'If you're fully vaccinated, the pandemic for the most part is over for you': Why top docs are hopeful hospitalizations reach pandemic lows

As the Dane County Farmer's Market plans its return, other major events could take more time or wait until 2022

As the Alliant Energy Center prepares for a massive overhaul, the 'Destination District' project could reshape Madison

Thursday's Beltline crash the 20th in May - up 4 times from May 2020 - Why?

Bills to ban transgender students from women's sports go before assembly and senate committees

'Mere luck': Scientists reflect on fall COVID-19 surge on UW campus - say situation could have been much worse

'Stop the violence' event in Beloit highlights need for justice for families impacted by gun violence

Closing the gap: Public Health in Rock County aims to up vaccine numbers with high school clinics

'It's one phone call away': Sauk Co. investigators hopeful they're closer than ever to solving Devils Lake homicide

Not a mafia heist, but a 'hoist' could save historic Madison bar with mob ties

Former Rock Haven employees fired for refusing vaccine move closer to possible lawsuit

'We're back': 1,500 fans fill Breese Stevens for Forward Madison FC opener

'I want people to feel comfortable': As Rock Co ditches mask requirements, businesses left to decide their own rules

MMSD, MPD still working to ID person who made threats against Madison West High School

Edgerton Native Rich Bickle Jr. wins Joe Shear Classic as racing returns to Madison International Speedway

Eviction date for homeless encampment at Madison's Reindahl Park set for May 9

Raccoon causes Friday night power outage on west side; Epic Systems relies on generators for hours

Mallards, Forward Madison to open seasons with certain stadium sections designated for vaccinated fans

Newest public health order in Dane Co. helps wedding venues, restaurants and bars - but the biggest change could come for customers

Why PHMDC and Hy-Vee offering walk-in vaccine appointments could push WI closer to herd immunity

'It scares me': As gun sales continue to surge in Wisconsin, fewer new buyers are going through training

UW-Madison breaks ground on Divine Nine plaza to honor legacy of Black fraternities and sororities

UW-Madison to increase vaccine opportunities for students and staff, 3,500 appointments open next week

'What happened here was ass-backwards': Parking Enforcement Officers, advocates, push back against Common Council decision to break ties with MPD