The man who brought attention to sexual misconduct at the 115th Fighter Wing in Madison said he is being discharged for doing so.
News 3 Now is sharing a Call for Action story about a nightmare tenant situation that will have you checking your college student's apartment lease.
In the two years since East Towne and West Towne malls implemented their youth escort policy, police and a mall spokesperson said they've noticed a decrease in incidents involving unaccompanied teenagers.
Almost a year after historic flooding left Wisconsin homeowners and businesses with more than $200 million in damage, residents who live along Madison's lakes want to know why local government won't lower lake levels to protect them from further property erosion.
If you've ever used a third-party travel site to book your vacations, a Madison woman has a warning over a costly mistake one website made that took years to correct.
Craigslist users beware. A Dodgeville woman said she was targeted by imposters who tried to use not one but two scams to dupe her out of money. Luckily, Amy Mellor caught on to the hoax before she lost any money but she is using her experience to warn others.
It was the worst week of Marge Kittleson's life, made all the more trying with a single phone call.
The death of a loved one is hard for anyone. Kittleson learned just how difficult it was when she lost her husband, Lowell, last month.
A technology company being sued by the state of Wisconsin for breach of contract says it had intended to sue for damages instead, claiming that the state had violated their contract by
A tragedy is prompting a possible change to drunken driving laws in our state. The proposed law would make it tougher for drivers to re-offend in a 24-hour period.
Madison Police Chief Mike Koval usually supports restorative justice and giving criminals with underlying issues a chance at a better life and a second chance.
News 3 Now is taking a deeper look into the criminal history of the man suspected of brutally attacking a 19-year-old student on Sunday at the University of Wisconsin-Madison whom he appeared not to know at all.
Kirk and Lindsay Mefford still remember the first home they tested for radon – long before they made a business out of it – because it was their own.
A Madison day care center is closed after the state revoked its license last week, following a complaint that the center employed a man convicted of murder.
State auditors said there is a "significant deficiency" in internal controls at the Department of Employee Trust Funds following the halting of work on a major technical overhaul.
A woman is using her tragedy to shed light on what she calls "lax" drunk driving laws.
A software update meant to modernize and secure the system offering retirement benefits to thousands of public employees has stalled despite five years of work and millions paid to a contractor, News 3 has learned.
A new fire station designed to cut down response times may not get a new ambulance. Madison Mayor Paul Soglin rejected a request to provide this service at Fire Station 14 near Stoughton Road.
News 3 has been following the regulations on limos since a deadly limo crash in Illinois that killed Terri Schmidt of Monona and injured her friends. Since then News 3 has learned the state has only loosened requirements for the insurance limo companies are mandated to carry.
Almost four months after a Wisconsin man hired an out-of-state moving company to pack up his home and move to Florida, he is just now getting his belongings after driving back up to the Midwest to get them himself from a storage building in Illinois.