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  • Marshall County Waste Management Director indicted

    The Director of Marshall County's Waste Management program has been indicted on theft and misconduct charges. The county prosecutor's office issued a release Wednesday following a grand jury decision.

  • Santa makes stop at American Family Children's Hospital

    MADISON (WKOW) Patients and their families at American Family Children's Hospital got a special treat today when Santa Claus stopped by.He a group of patients and families in the hospital lobby earlier this afternoon. After that, Santa went door-to-door throughout the hospital, personally handing out presents to patients who were too sick to leave their rooms.Every child Santa visited received a gift courtesy of Madison Firefighters Union Local 311.This is the 55th year Local 311 teamed up ...

  • Anonymous donor drops gold coin into Red Kettle

    MADISON (WKOW) -- It's match week for the Salvation Army's Red Kettle campaign. Through Saturday all donations will be doubled, and one donor's gift will go a really long way. The Salvation Army says an anonymous donor dropped a 1 ounce South African gold coin worth about $1,200 into the red kettle at Hy-Vee on Madison's west side. The organization says the same donor secretly drops a valuable coin in a Dane County red kettle each year. Scott Peterson, Director of Community Relations for the...

  • New petition surfaces online as sales of "Breathe Easy" shirts reach more than 10,000

    A South Bend controversy continues to grow, and it's all over t-shirts. First the Notre Dame Women's Basketball team wore "I Can't Breathe" shirts. That's the rallying cry chanted by demonstrators over the lack of indictment against a New York police officer in the choking death of Eric Garner.

  • South Bend Man Accused Of Shooting Housemate After Argument

    A South Bend man is in custody after police say he shot his housemate in the forearm during an argument. It happened around 11 this morning in the 900 block of Golden Avenue. Police say 59-year-old Mark Gates shot his roommate, a 31-year-old man, during a confrontation. The victim was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Gates is expected to be charged with aggravated battery.

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