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Field hospital at state fairgrounds now open

State health officials are pleading with people to take precautions to stop the spread of COVID-19. News 3 Now's Eric Franke tells us more as the new field hospital is ready to start accepting patients at State Fair Park.

Neil Heinen honored with legislative citation

Former News 3 Now Editorial Director Neil Heinen retired last month but promised to make an appearance or two on the station every once in a while. He's back for a special segment today with State Representative Lisa Subeck.

Former Madison resident writes children's book series

"Burgerhead and Mean Jerry Become Friends" is the title of a new series of children's books written by a former Madison resident. Dan Madson spent 21 years as a middle school teacher and basketball coach, and he now works as an author in Florida. Madson joined Live at Four to talk about his new book series and what inspired him to write the stories.

Chef Montelbano makes Stuffed Acorn Squash

It may not feel like it, but we're in the middle of fall. If you're looking for a new spin on a fall favorite like squash, vegan chef Lauren Montelbano from The Vibrant Veg has the perfect recipe for you. Check out the recipe for Lauren's Stuffed Acorn Squash below.

Explaining UW Health's Regeneron clinical trial of COVID-19 drug

UW Health is one of 100 clinical trial sites in the United States using a new antibody cocktail to treat coronavirus patients. Dr. William Hartman, UW Health's principal investigator for the Regeneron clinical trial, joins Live at Four to talk about the experimental treatment.