Sidelines (April 8, 2010) - 04-08-2010 - 2:11PM
Mr. Food - 04-08-2010 - 11:25AM
The Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District is moving to fire a teacher over accessing inappropriate content on district computers. David Douglas reports
The Brodhead School District took its second shot at a referendum, but it came up short on Tuesday, which means the district will have to make budget cuts. Emily Rohloff reports.
Speculation is now swirling about the next move of a member of Gov. Jim Doyle's cabinet after Secretary of Commerce Dick Leinenkugel announced his resignation Tuesday. Jessica Arp reports.
The Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District is moving to fire a teacher over accessing inappropriate content on district computers. David Douglas reports.
Angie Horkan of the Wisconsin Beef Council offers some new spring recipes.
Mr. Food - 04-07-2010 - 12:00PM
Dr. Moses Alstech of Edgewood College talks about instances where consumers shoudn't save.
Supporters gathered for Tea Party rally in Madison on Tuesday.
A Wisconsin prosecutor said changes to the state's sex education laws could open up teachers to criminal charges. David Douglas reports
Dane County District Attorney Brian Blanchard spokes Tuesday about his future about a court of appeals judge.
Authorities said electronic billboards in Rock County are proving to be successful in catching criminals and not just the attention of customers. Brad Chaimson reports.
New bipartisan legislation unveiled Tuesday targets the country's obesity epidemic. Emily Rohloff reports.
A face off between a popular downtown Madison bar and the University of Wisconsin-Madison won't happen after all. Andy Choi reports.