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Crews contain fire at Arlington Agricultural Research Station, no injuries reported

ARLINGTON, Wis. — Fire crews responded to a fire at the Arlington Agricultural Research Station this afternoon. Columbia County Sheriff’s officials said multiple crews were sent to the incident. Michael Peters, who is the Director of Agriculture Research at UW Madison, shared in a press conference that no humans or animals were injured as a result of the fire. “In...
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Eugster’s Farm invites public to explore its beauty at Lavender Days

STOUGHTON, Wis. (WMTV) - The public was invited to Eugster’s Farm Sunday to explore their beautiful lavender fields. During Lavender Days, guests can walk or ride a tractor over to the robust fields. Afterward, they can enjoy the petting farm, orchards and other wildflowers the farm grows. CFO Jacob...
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Not your dad's bod: J.J. Watt flaunts his physique as he prepares for fatherhood

J.J. Watt sparked a flood of funny responses after sharing a shirtless photo of himself captioned "Dad bod loading" Saturday on social media. The Arizona Cardinals defensive end and former Wisconsin Badgers star is expecting his first child with wife Kealia, who plays for the Chicago Red Stars of the National Women's Soccer League. After the couple shared news of the pregnancy on social media earlier in June, Watt told ESPN reporter Josh Weinfuss they were expecting a baby boy, with an October due date.

CUNA management in no hurry to answer union bargaining proposal

Here’s the latest bargaining update from OPEIU Local 39 on negotiations between them and the Madison-based CUNA Mutual Group, according to Joe Evica, chief steward at Local 39 at CUNA, after a bargaining session yesterday. But CUNA management seems in no hurry to answer the proposal. Evica describes two...

Renewable energy can help affordably keep the lights on

In almost any conversation about shifting to 100% zero carbon energy, it is inevitable that someone will bring up reliability of the electricity system: “The wind doesn’t always blow and the sun doesn’t always shine.” What is left unsaid is that these energy resource limitations are only true to specific locations and apply to every […] The post Renewable energy can help affordably keep the lights on appeared first on Daily Montanan.

Diabetic Foot Care Clinic

Gain Owens, RN, BSN will perform a complete foot inspection, warm soak, nail trim and foot rub. Diabetics only, please.

Community members greet refugee families at Olin Park picnic celebration

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - Community members enjoyed food from all over the world while welcoming refugees Sunday afternoon at a picnic celebration. During the Refugees Community Picnic, the public was invited to an international potluck luncheon at Olin Park where they could meet with and welcome refugee families to Madison.

Husky Kickoff Countdown - 69 Days

We're less than 90 days away from the start of the 2022 Football season! Washington will host Kent State on September 3rd and to count down the days to kickoff we've decided to take a look at the players that have worn the jerseys of each day in question. We'll also include the current UW players wearing the number, when available.

Air Force veteran, 69, gets 12 years in prison for sexual assaults of teenager

A Middleton man who fled to China after he was charged with repeatedly sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl was sentenced Tuesday to 12 years in prison. The sentence handed down by Circuit Judge Ellen Berz could keep Larry A. Yunker, 69, in prison for the rest of his life, but it will certainly keep him under state Department of Corrections control.

Evers considers executive action on abortion law

MADISON, Wis. (WBAY) - Wisconsin Democratic Gov. Tony Evers tells our Milwaukee partner station WISN that he’s considering several options on abortion, including executive action. Evers recorded a segment for “UPFRONT” with Matt Smith that airs Sunday at 10 a.m. on WBAY-TV. Smith asked the governor what his office...
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‘We will not be silent’: Madison protests the overturning of Roe v. Wade

Thousands gathered around the Capitol Square on Friday to protest the Supreme Court ruling on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a decision that overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that protected the constitutional right to an abortion. The decision means that, under a Wisconsin law from 1849,...