Thank you so much for all your well wishes for our night at the EMMYs in Chicago.
Some people commented publicly on our Facebook page with their anger or gratitude about cutting into an early part of the NFL game between the Broncos and the Chiefs Thursday night. Here's what you need to know about why stations cut in during programming and why news stations don't particularly like it either.
A lot of people are still in shock about the death of Chris Lord. He was supposed to get married Saturday.
Joey Strong is the boy who was shot and nearly killed by his mother. A Facebook page has been created to help in his recovery and he's getting great words of encouragement through the mail.
We've met some great people this year during the Koats for Kids distribution.
Madison police have identified a person of interest in a weekend homicide, but they believe the person has left town.
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We have new journalists on staff at WISC. Check them out!
If you think there's no such thing as free lunch, think again. There are lots of products you can get online without having to pay a cent.
Lots of products promise to clear your pipes without having to call a plumber. But even though they contain harsh chemicals, Consumer Reports tests have shown most aren't that effective.
Which burger tastes the best? Consumer Reports surveyed 30,000 of its subscribers to find out.
I've got 3 restaurants on my agenda this week. What about you?
With grilling season heating up, all kinds of gadgets promise to take your grill to a new level. Consumer Reports tested three gadgets that aim to make your grill even better.
Most yogurts are nutritious and a good source of calcium. Greek yogurt has even more protein and that's part of the appeal.
Vacation coming up? Chances are you'll be packing a lot of electronics like smart phones, tablets, e-readers, laptops, GPS devices, cameras, iPod and speakers. They practically need their own suitcase! But if you are thinking of checking them as baggage think again.
The term "natural" has become a big buzzword on processed food packaging. But Consumer Reports ShopSmart says, be aware it doesn't always mean what you think.
President Clinton once called the Demilitarized Zone the scariest place on earth, and I found out firsthand that it was.
Portable air conditioners sound like an easy solution for cooling a room that can't accommodate a window air conditioner, but many are returned by unhappy customers.
Consumer Reports tested more than 100 lawn mowers to see which ones will ensure a great cut on a variety of lawn types.
Car accidents are the number one cause of death for teenagers. Teens are inexperienced drivers, and they tend to speed. Consumer Reports has tested three devices that you install in the car to keep tabs on your teenage driver.
With no-contract deals you usually get lower monthly charges, but the plans can charge hefty prices for the phones themselves. Consumer Reports compared 78 cell-phone plans from 12 different carriers.
The Journal of Patient Safety published data that estimates 440,000 people die each year after suffering medical errors in hospitals.
Consumer Reports tests out several nail polishes to see which one withstood chips and scratches. We tested polishes that cost $2 to $27.