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Gov. Scott Walker says higher state park fees reasonable

MAPLE BLUFF, Wis. (AP) ��� Gov. Scott Walker says it's reasonable to charge more to enter and camp at Wisconsin parks.He says in an Associated Press interview on Wednesday that he sees the question of raising park fees and vehicle registration or gas taxes as "two completely different issues."

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker headed to Trump inauguration

MAPLE BLUFF, Wis. (AP) ��� Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he is headed to Washington to see Donald Trump sworn in as president.Walker told The Associated Press in an interview Wednesday that next month's inauguration will be the first he's attended as governor. Walker did go in 2001 when he was a state representative and George W. Bush was sworn in the first time. Walker also saw Bush sworn in for a second term in 2005 when Walker was Milwaukee County executive.

Holiday lights electrocute Rio family cat

The holiday season is upon us, and many pet owners plan to make their companions part of the festivities.  It's important to remember that some seemingly safe traditions are anything but for our four-legged friends, which is something Patricia Reigstad learned the hard way.

3-year-old fighting cancer becomes police officer

Little girl made honorary officer

Three-year-old Macy Dale has been battling leukemia since November. On Tuesday, she didn't have to worry about chemotherapy treatments, and instead got the chance to live out one of her biggest dreams.

University defends course on race relations

The University of Wisconsin-Madison is defending plans for a course on race relations after two state legislators criticized the class and warned it could affect the school's funding in the next state budget.

Car windows smashed out east of Capitol Square

Police: Nothing appears to have been stolen

Madison police said at least five people reporter to have a driver's side or passenger's side window broken out of cars parked downtown Friday morning.