School supply drive inspired by boy who passed away after accident

Thu Aug 22 17:15:18 PDT 2019

School supply drive inspired by boy who passed away after accident

The memory of a 5-year-old boy who loved learning is inspiring his community to make sure other kids have everything they need for the classroom. We first brought you the story of Dominic May and his family last month, as they raised money for the Madison Police Department. NBC15's Sanika Bhargaw now brings us the family's school supply drive.

Beautiful weekend ahead before next weathermaker

Happy Saturday! A cold front pushed through the area first thing this morning. This front brought in a round of light rain and cooler air. Any chance of rain will likely be gone by 5 a.m., so you won't need your rain gear this morning.

Birthdays for Saturday, April 4

Happy birthday from NBC15 and the Wilderness Resort!

More sunshine expected on Wednesday

Wednesday highs get to around 50 degrees. Our next chance of an isolated shower will come on Thursday with highs pushing 60 degrees.

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