Lisa Briggs with the Bruce Company answers garden and plant questions.
Film critic Wil Loper reviews "Downton Abbey."
This weekend, cyclists from around the area will ride together in the name of cancer research.
Here are the best animal stories of the week in the Newshounds Now Update.
Bruno goes backstage at "The Book of Mormon."
Style contributor Shayna Mace breaks down this fall's latest fashion trends just before autumn arrives.
There's plenty to choose from when it comes to entertainment in Madison. Joel Patenaude, Associate Editor of Madison Magazine, breaks down the city's latest offerings.
If you want to have flowers blooming in January, you want to start planting bulbs this month. Lisa Briggs from the Bruce Company shows us how.
Madison is currently one of five finalists and two preferred locations, but nearby residents are worried about noise.
It's one of the trends in home decor right now: creating your own bar cart.
The John Cooper Racing Team takes a spin around the News 3 Now parking lot.
Angie Horkan of the Wisconsin Beef Council shares some steak stir fry recipes. Find the recipes on beeftips.com.
Rock 'n Roll is available for adoption from the Dane County Humane Society.
Film critic Wil Loper reviews the new movies "Brittany Runs a Marathon" and "Hustlers."
Michael Bruno goes backstage at "Comet Boy."
This week on the Newshounds Now Update, there's a baby elephant and an unwanted visitor.
The second annual Madison Fitness Week kicks off on Sunday with the purchase of a 25 dollar ticket. You can try as many fitness studios in Madison as you want for one week, and the majority of ticket sales go to the United Way of Dane County. Fitness Week was founded by Kellian Kiron, who owns The Barre Code in Madison.
September is Falls Prevention Month. According to the CDC, Wisconsin has the highest rate of fall-related deaths in the U.S. - more than twice the national rate. Dr. Ann O'Rourke is the medical director of the UW-Hospital Level 1 Adult Trauma Center.
In every life, there is loss at some point. Whether it's the loss of a job, a loved one or dealing with a serious illness, we don't do grieving very well in our culture. There are healthy and effective ways to grieve to come to terms with loss. UW-Health distinguished psychologist Shilagh Mirgain joins Mark and Susan to discuss these ways.
It's almost the weekend in the 608! Madison Magazine Associate Editor Joel Patenaude is here with weekend events.
The retired priest being tried on child sexual abuse charges took the stand Thursday in his own defense.
Check out the 2019 Ford Mustang Shelby GT 350 as Mark Koehn goes behind the wheel with Harvey Briggs.
Lisa Briggs joins Live at 4 from the Bruce Company.
Patients at Mile Bluff Center in Mauston can walk in and have a retinal photograph taken in a matter of minutes. Dr. Yao Liu is an assistant professor of opthalmology at the UW School of Medicine.