Keely Arthur

Keely joined the News 3 Now team in August 2015. She attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison and studied Journalism & Mass Communication and History. She was a former News 3 Now intern. She returned to News 3 Now after spending a year honing her storytelling, and anchoring skills at WKBT in La Crosse.

What is your favorite part about living in Madison?

The Summer! The UW Terrace, Concerts on the Square, boating on the lakes, I could go on and on.

What do you like to do in your spare time? 

My parents have a cabin on Lauderdale Lakes in Elkhorn Wis., I love to go there to unwind.

What is your favorite kind of ice cream? 

Froyo, please.

What is your favorite place to vacation? 

I just got back from the Dominican Republic. It’s incredibly beautiful and the people are so kind.

Who is your hero and why?

Jackie Kennedy. She struggled with a lot of tragedy but was able to remain strong and composed. I don’t think I will ever get sick of reading about her.

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

Nirvana… I was a teenager in the wrong decade.

If you could possess one superhuman power, what would it be? 

To control time.

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

Cooking, my boyfriend says I’m good but he’s just trying to be nice.

What is your most memorable travel experience?

I spent a month in New Zealand and it was breath taking. My two good friends and I rented a car and drove all around the North and South Islands. I secretly want to move there and run a winery.

Articles

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Several road closures after heavy rain in the downtown Madison area

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Madison leaf pick up begins today, crews hope it will promote lake health

Flying for Christmas or Thanksgiving? AAA says book now

Madison makes registering to vote easier with accessible pop-up locations

Madison leaders work to improve resident engagement in people of color, lower income areas

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City undertakes two major flood mitigation projects

Biker dead after crash with 17-year-old driver in Monona

Madison first responders remember 9/11 attacks with moment of silence, blood drive

MMSD shifts school start times to improve student performance

Dozens of street artists turn drab parts of Monona, Madison into works of art

'You put on your brave face' Primrose School bounces back after severe flooding

Deputy encourages parents to have honest conversations with kids about active shooters

Major road closures begin overnight at Verona and PD

'That makes my day,' widow reacts to renaming of post office after firefighter husband Cory Barr

'Have I been hacked?' What Wisconsinites need to know about the Capital One data breach

CrossFit Games to bring estimated $10 million in consumer spending to Madison

Beloit man airlifted to hospital following crash likely involving alcohol and speed, police say

Expect delays and congestion at Verona Road, lane reductions all week

DOT considers opening up Beltline shoulder to traffic during peak drive times

Road closures and detours starting this week in downtown Madison

MPD hosts Good Neighbor Night to work with residents on cutting down on property crime

Madison shelters will not turn homeless away for overnight stays during heat wave

Clean Lakes Alliance updates phosphorus reduction plan to keep up with climate change

'I feel him with me every day,' Abby Barr opens up about life after the Sun Prairie explosion

Sun Prairie Stronger: A look back after the explosion one year ago

Construction on University Ave. to wrap up next week

Elderly poverty rates increase in Wisconsin

DOT to halt construction projects ahead of record-breaking traveling this holiday

A fourth of 2018 and 2019's boating OWIs issued July 4th

Multiple power outages after severe weather sweeps through the area

Parts of state highway shut down after tree hits power line near Juneau

'Local farmers have never seen it this bad,' wet weather leads to historically late planting season