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Basketball player impaled by gym floor revisits incident

It's a video that's hard to watch once you realize what's happening. An 8th grader playing basketball slides onto the ground and is impaled by a loose floor piece. One year since that freak accident, the victim, Ashley Adler, is speaking about it.  

Expert weighs in on effectiveness of 'high-intensity interval training'

The fitness industry is a big business, bringing in an estimated $24.4 billion annually. One in five Americans have a paid gym membership at one of the more than 37,000 gyms nationwide. But with so many choices, picking a type of workout can be intimidating. One of the hottest workout trends is high-intensity interval training, or HIIT.

Tonette Walker pushes for 'trauma-informed care' across state

Says project makes her open to additional term

First lady of Wisconsin Tonette Walker is focusing renewed attention on a program to change the care of children and families, and her work on "Fostering Futures," she said, is what would keep her wanting to stay in the governor's mansion past this term.

Republican Duffy won't challenge Baldwin in 2018

Democrat says GOP primary to be a 'circus'

Republican U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy won't challenge Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin in 2018, clearing the way for other Republicans who had been waiting for his decision to get in the race.

Report card: Madison school district grades its community engagement

Partnerships made three years into strategic plan

Imagine a neighborhood school that is not just a school. Imagine it is open to families and other community members to participate in a mix of activities. Maybe there’s a computer lab. Adult education courses. Job search support. A food bank. Services and support that the community needs that are not easily accessible.