Brad Hamilton

Reporter and Weekend Evening Anchor

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Hometown: Avon Lake, Ohio

Other journalism experience: News Reporter for NBC-2 In Fort Myers, FL; News/Sports Reporter for Lakeland PBS in Brainerd, MN

Started at News 3 Now: July 16th, 2021

Why did you decide to come to Madison? To be closer to family and cheese curds

What’s the biggest news story you’ve covered? Hurricane Eta in Fort Myers, FL. I wore dress shoes out in the middle of a Hurricane and boy was that a bad call!

What do you like to do in your spare time? Love watching sports and hanging out with my family/friends

What are you really bad at that you’d love to be great at? One of the worst to ever attempt throwing a football. Always wanted to be Brett Favre, but have never thrown a true spiral. That would be awesome if I could do that

What was your favorite band when you were in high school? Pearl Jam

Articles

Despite dire claim by owner, city says building housing Paisan’s is not ‘in immediate danger of collapse’

Building's owner wants to demolish it amid structural woes

Bear breaks through window in Taylor County, attacks husband and wife

‘It’s kind of every man for himself’: Madison police looking to halt dangerous driving on city roads

New estimate puts jail consolidation project nearly $10M above approved budget

‘It’s just such a relief’: Local community activist, PHMDC react to $1 million violence prevention effort

Businesses, police gear up for downtown crowds with expected protest, UW-Madison graduation

‘We have a plan in place’: Report shows several crime metrics down in Madison in first quarter of 2022

Cleanup continues at Salvation Army building in Madison nearly week after water main breaks

At least 1,000 protest at Wisconsin State Capitol as US Supreme Court appears poised to overturn Roe v. Wade

Madison housing inspector on balcony collapse during Mifflin Street Block Party: ‘We will learn from this’

MPD: hundreds of hypodermic needles found scattered in the State Street area, witnesses observed man throwing them

‘Just heartbreaking’: Memorial outside west Madison apartment remembers 20-month-old girl; death being investigated as homicide

UW, WHA partnership hoping to bring better substance abuse treatment options for rural Wisconsin

Madison benefit concert raises money for those affected by war in Ukraine

Two suspects charged in a Madison infant’s death were given signature bond. Now, they’re both missing.

‘It doesn’t have to happen’: Neighborhood leaders react to recent string of gun violence

Developer outlines proposal for new 14-story structure if current building home to Paisan’s is demolished

Owner of property housing Paisan’s restaurant submits notice to tear down building

Building has been plagued with structural issues, leading to multiple shutdowns

Inflating grocery store prices taking toll on Madison community, local businesses

USDA expects prices to continue to climb

‘If anyone can do it, Tiger can’; Woods expected to make return at the Masters

Madison, Dane County election officials give tips ahead of Election Day

‘I hope this never happens again’: Community reacts after Madison’s first homicide of 2022

‘It is critical’: Madison Police Department seeking community feedback for long-term policing strategy

Change of plans: COVID-19 testing to continue at Alliant Energy Center

Richland Center High School students stage walkout against teacher’s contract non-renewal

COVID testing and vaccine clinics at Alliant Energy Center to close April 3

Madison police give details on six teens who allegedly crashed stolen car, ran onto Beltline

'It is amazing no one was killed in this," MPD captain says

Badgers not overlooking first-round opponent as fans hope for another special run starting in Milwaukee

‘Absolutely stunned’: MPD investigating possible arson of Ukrainian flag from east side home

MMSD board OK’s committee to consider Thomas Jefferson Middle School name change

Pain at the pump: Average gas price nears $4 per gallon in Wisconsin as prices continue to climb

Quadren Wilson’s family and supporters deliver letter of demands to local elected officials