Madison NewsDad bikes 1,400 miles to listen to daughter's heartbeat....
Bill Conner hoped to honor his daughter, who died at 20 years old, on Father's Day. So he rode more than 1,400 miles on a bike to listen to her donated heart, according to CBS News.Fitchburg police investigate armed robbery of gas station
Police say the crime happened around 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the Capitol Petro Mart on South Syene Road. Officers say a man came in and indicated he had a handgun.Wisconsin football recruiting: WR Taj Mustapha commits to Badgers
West Bloomfield, Mich., wide receiver Taj Mustapha publicly committed to Wisconsin on Tuesday night. Measuring about 6'1, 185 pounds according to Rivals and Scout , he announced his decision via Twitter .Judges: 'Making a Murderer' confession improperly obtainedMADISON,...
MADISON, Wis. - The confession of a Wisconsin inmate featured in the Netflix series "Making a Murderer" was improperly obtained and he should be re-tried or released from prison, a three-judge federal appeals panel ruled Thursday.Flagged for Concern: Madison flag creates controversy over design
Flying high, Madison's flag was designed to represent the city. But the flag's center symbol has landed the flag in the middle of a local controversy.Renewed appeal for information on anniversary of Kelly Nolan's death
Madison police and the family of Kelly Nolan are marking the 10th anniversary of Kelly's disappearance and death with a new appeal for information regarding her killing. Kelly, a 22-year-old UW-Whitewater student, got separated from friends and disappeared from the State Street area in the early morning hours of June 23, 2007.Alzheimer's disease study links brain health and physical activity
People at risk for Alzheimer's disease who do more moderate-intensity physical activity, but not light-intensity physical activity, are more likely to have healthy patterns of glucose metabolism in their brain IMAGE: People at risk for Alzheimer's disease who do more moderate-intensity physical activity, but not light-intensity physical activity, are more likely to have healthy patterns of glucose metabolism in their brain,... view MADISON, Wis. - People at risk for Alzheimer's disease who do more moderate-intensity physical activity, but not light-intensity physical activity, are more likely to have healthy patterns of glucose metabolism in their brain, according to a new UW-Madison study.Sun Prairie man featured on Jimmy Kimmel Live! because of unique name
A Sun Prairie man was featured on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! because of his unique name and how it corresponds to his job. The man is a volunteer firefighter in Sun Prairie and his name is..... Les McBurney.Army of builders
U. M. ARMY members from the First United Methodist Church of Van Alstyne replace a porch for a home in the 200 block of Miller St. on Monday, June 19. Ashton Swift was the "saw master" at this work site.Madison police offer criminals a second chance
Madison police will admit that they're trying their best to tackle the gun violence in Madison. Now, they're going at it in an unusual way.Watertown man convicted of trying to kill estranged wife
Online court records show the verdict came down Wednesday in the trial of Randy Frye. Authorities say Frye beat the woman with a hammer at her home in Cottage Grove in May of 2016.Road reopened, water back on after main break on W. Johnson St. in Madison
Madison Water Utility says it's getting calls from people who have discolored water in the area of a water main break. They say if you have discolored water, run a cold water tap in the lowest level of the building for a few minutes until the water clears.UW-Madison alum visits North Korea, reacts to death of Otto Warmbier
The death of Otto Warmbier, the student detained in North Korean for a year and a half, sparked a national conversation as the U.S. weighs a full-out travel ban on North Korea. North Korea has become somewhat of a coveted travel destination for international travelers due to the rarity of travel and isolationist nature of the government.Selections from Carmen, 'Seraglio', the Pirates of...
Madison Opera's Opera in the Park celebrates its sixteenth year on Saturday, July 22 at 8pm in Garner Park on Madison's West Side. The annual free concert of opera and Broadway favorites closes the company's 2016/17 season and provides an enticing preview of the 2017/18 season.City County Building Lobby & Renaming
Your chance to weigh in on renaming the City-County Building after Barack Obama and what your experience is going into the City-County Building and what the lobby should look like will be July 19th at 6:00. More details from Monday night's meeting here - and an idea of what wrong with the lobby besides seating! BUILDING NAMING Wow - that was flubbed, big time.Stepping in for Madison's Bachelorette contestant
WKOW has previously reported, Kraus is a personal trainer. If you watch the show, you'll see he's listed as a business owner because he owns Worth Personal Training in Madison.Winning numbers drawn in 'Badger 5' game
MADISON, Wis. _ The winning numbers in Tuesday evening's drawing of the Wisconsin Lottery's "Badger 5" game were: StarTribune.com welcomes and encourages readers to comment and engage in substantive, mutually respectful exchanges over news topics.