Local Wisconsin News

MADISON, Wis. — Do you have a well-behaved dog that does well around children? UW Health Kids wants your help. The hospital asked dog owners on Monday to apply for their new Caring Canines progr...

CALAMUS, Wis. — Dodge County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a driver Sunday after a crash that shut down traffic on US 151 for seven hours. Deputies were called to the area of US 151 just nor...

Get your day started with the top news and weather headlines for Monday, January 23 from News 3 Now This Morning. COPYRIGHT 2022 BY CHANNEL 3000. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THIS MATERIAL MAY NOT BE PUBLISHE...

MADISON, Wis. – The Madison Police Department held its first chili cook-off event this week, and it was all for a good cause. News 3 Now This Morning’s Josh Spreiter was asked to judge alo...

Celebrations were brewing ahead of National Pie Day as visitors sampled beer and pie pairings from Sugar River Bakery and Wisconsin Brewing Company on Sunday.

MADISON, Wis. — Madison’s Arts and Literature Laboratory kicked off the 2023 Winter Festival of Poetry on Sunday. The festival is part of the Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets, the state’...

MADISON, Wis. – Hundreds rallied for abortion rights at the Wisconsin State Capitol on what would have been the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade Sunday. Madison’s march was the marquee even...

JANESVILLE, Wi. — After 110 years, the First Christian Church held its final service Sunday. It leaves behind a congregation of service, but above all else, it accepts everyone with open arms. &...

JANESVILLE, Wis. — Janesville police arrested a woman early Friday following two reports of shots fired. Officers were called to the 400 block of North Pearl Street just before 2:42 a.m. for a s...

MADISON, Wis. — On the 50th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, abortion rights advocates are marching in Madison to protest the overturning of the decision. COPYRIGHT 2022 BY CHANNEL 3000....

More than 100 vendors from across the Midwest took over the New Holland Pavilion at Alliant Energy Center Saturday, where interested buyers could go table-to-table for bicycle accessories and riding a...

The Verona Ice Arena has seen a tremendous amount of growth over the last several years that there's demand for another rink for hockey, ice skating, and figure skating.

MADISON, Wis. — When you think of Wisconsin, beer and cheese are surely two of the things to come to mind. Both were celebrated Saturday afternoon at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison as part...

World News

Moscow claims to have killed 250 Ukrainian troops, but this has not been independently verified.

Ten days after leaving a psychiatric unit, David Fleet stabbed a man who was walking his dog.

For the first time in the modern era a senior royal is going to give evidence in open court.

Scams are becoming more common, with fraudsters charging up to £4,000 per paper, exam boards warn.

A recent inquiry heard fresh evidence that Kathleen Folbigg did not kill her four children.

The railway minister announced the decision but did not give more details.

Other oil-producing countries also agreed to continued cuts in production to try to shore up prices.

The Business Council, set up by the Chambers of Commerce, has Heathrow, BP and Drax among its members.

Thousands of Ukrainians are moving back to towns close to the front line, despite the dangers.

The 32-year-old is due to appear in court after animal rights protesters targeted the horse race.

Sunnah Khan and Joe Abbess died after being pulled from the sea near Bournemouth Pier on Wednesday.

Thirty people would get a monthly lump sum for two years, under a think tank's scheme in England.

Swedish forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic makes the announcement after AC Milan's final game of the season.

The cost of mortgages rising and Holly Willoughby's return to This Morning feature on Monday's front pages.

Panorama investigates the links between UK's food safety advisors and the ultra-processed food industry.

Afghanistan faces a worsening mental health crisis amid a clampdown on women's freedoms and rights.

At least 275 people died in a three-train collision on Friday night in India's Balasore district.

Viewers have a number of glossy dating shows to choose from - Love Island is just one of them.

Find out how the world's major economies are doing on cutting their emissions and what lies ahead.

The star headlines a different kind of festival, and says he wants to publish more diverse voices.

Susannah Dale is urging firms to sign a "maternity pledge", to support pregnant staff and new mums.

The BBC's security correspondent Frank Gardner - a keen naturalist - has been on their trail.

Shunned by society, Shaimaa Alhashimi built an online following by making videos about her home life.

Russian and Belarusian players fear they could miss Wimbledon because they are still waiting for UK visas.

Paper £50 and £20 notes have been unusable since October, but can still be exchanged.

Pro-democracy activists have been detained in a crackdown on marking the 1989 massacre in Beijing.

Politicians including main opposition leader Donald Tusk led crowds calling for a change of direction.

The Strawberry Moon marks the start of meteorological summer.

Watch as Manchester City players bump into Elton John at the airport after their 2-1 FA Cup final victory over Manchester United at Wembley.

Tottenham are expected to open talks with Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou about becoming their new boss in the next few days.

England spinner Jack Leach is ruled out of the Ashes series against Australia with a back stress fracture.

Novak Djokovic beats Peru's Juan Pablo Varillas to reach a record 17th French Open men's singles quarter-final, with Carlos Alcaraz also progressing.