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Ryan tamps down speculation that he will leave Congress after 2018 Video included

JANESVILLE (WKOW) -- According to a report in Politico, Speaker Paul Ryan is contemplating retirement, however an aide to Ryan responded by saying, "This is pure speculation. As the speaker himself said today, he’s not going anywhere any time soon."

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Gov. Walker stops in Eau Claire to tout taxes, talk campaign strategy Video included

Governor Scott Walker made an appearance in Eau Claire Wednesday to tout taxes, and News 18 asked him if recent Republican losses across the country have impacted his campaign

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New conservative group to push renewable energy launches Video included

MADISON (AP) -- A new conservative group hoping to convince wary Republicans of the value of renewable energy has launched in Wisconsin.

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Proposal would require interlock devices for all OWI convictions Video included

MADISON (WKOW) -- All drivers convicted of OWI would be required to install an ignition interlock device under legislation proposed by state Sen. Chris Larson, D-Milwaukee. 

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AP: Senate, House Republican leaders reach agreement on tax overhaul

WASHINGTON (AP) -- House and Senate GOP leaders have forged an agreement on a sweeping overhaul of the nation’s tax laws.

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Omarosa Manigault, former "Apprentice" star, to leave Trump administration

WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House says Omarosa Manigault Newman — one of President Donald Trump’s most prominent African-American supporters — plans to leave the administration next month. 

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Uber regulations, sexual harassment policy on this week's Capital City Sunday Video included

Also on this week's show, City of Madison water quality specialist Phil Gaebler came by to talk about the Wisconsin Salt Wise partnership

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Protesters call on Rep. Ryan for more transparency Video included

 A group of activists is calling on House Speaker Paul Ryan for more transparency.  

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Wisconsin governor to sign bill lifting mining moratorium

Gov. Scott Walker plans to sign a bill lifting Wisconsin's moratorium on gold and silver mining. 

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  • UPDATE: A family's call to serve community, fill emergency needs

    UPDATE: A family's call to serve community, fill emergency needs

    Finding and keeping first responders is a challenge across the state of Wisconsin, especially in more rural areas. Many small town departments rely exclusively on volunteers to respond to emergency calls, but those volunteers have to juggle their jobs and families when they get calls for help. 

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    Finding and keeping first responders is a challenge across the state of Wisconsin, especially in more rural areas. Many small town departments rely exclusively on volunteers to respond to emergency calls, but those volunteers have to juggle their jobs and families when they get calls for help. 

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  • What's Going Around: Strep throat

    What's Going Around: Strep throat

    If you have a sore throat lately, it could be strep throat. 

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    If you have a sore throat lately, it could be strep throat. 

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  • Caught on Camera: Roscoe Firefighters rescue dog and master from icy lake

    Caught on Camera: Roscoe Firefighters rescue dog and master from icy lake

    ROSCOE (WKOW) -- The incredible rescue of a dog and his owner was all caught on camera. "So we got called for a man and a dog in the water," Lt. Justin Mayton said.  He says the right training made all the difference when minutes mattered. "I put that cold water suit on and I tied off and anchored to the shore," Lt. Mayton said. His fast actions helped save the lives of both.  The firefighter says if your pet goes under the ice, don't go in after ...More >>
    ROSCOE (WKOW) -- The incredible rescue of a dog and his owner was all caught on camera. "So we got called for a man and a dog in the water," Lt. Justin Mayton said.  He says the right training made all the difference when minutes mattered. "I put that cold water suit on and I tied off and anchored to the shore," Lt. Mayton said. His fast actions helped save the lives of both.  The firefighter says if your pet goes under the ice, don't go in after ...More >>
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