Posted: 6:29 AM Police say the suspect in a sexual assault on Madison's east side earlier this week gained entry through an unlocked door. Security experts say most criminals are opportunistic, and look for the easiest target.
Posted: 6:38 AM A 19-year-old Marine from the tiny Wood County community of Vesper has been killed in Iraq. The Pentagon says Lance Corporal Jesse Tillery died Saturday from wounds suffered during combat in Al Anbar province.
Posted: 6:55 AM Shop with a cop program rewards students in Dane County for being good students with good behavior. This year's shopping spree rewarded 62 kids in the county who now have almost all of their Christmas shopping in the bag.
Posted: 8:41 AM The Weston School District is getting more support, following September's tragic shooting of a principal. On Thursday, State Superintendent of Schools Elizabeth Burmaster awarded Weston a $25,000 grant to upgrade security.
Posted: 5:29 AM The future of the Deerfield police department has been decided. The Village Board voted 4-2 in a special meeting on Wednesday to disband their current police department. Members of the board voted to contract police services through Cambridge and Dane County.
Posted: 8:38 AM Madison's Board of Estimates approved a plan last Monday night that would allow the city, Dane County, and the state to spend up to $4.5 million on hundreds of acres near Cherokee Marsh Conservation Park from a developer.
Posted: 8:39 AM The Wisconsin DNR is calling the 2006 gun-deer season one of the safest on record. One hunter was killed and 10 others injured statewide during the 9-day hunt. While there's always room for improvement, DNR leaders say more hunters are putting safety first.
Posted: 8:41 AM Hunters killed more deer this year during Wisconsin's popular 9-day hunt. The state Department of Natural Resources today says that 336,211 deer were killed -- up 7% from the preliminary count a year ago.
Posted: 8:42 AM A judge has ruled that school records of a 15-year-old boy accused of gunning down his principal can not be turned over to prosecutors. The ruling comes after Eric Hainstock's attorney argued that the records are confidential.