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QUIET DAY AT CAPITOL Things were calm around the state capitol in Madison on Inauguration Day. The police presence was noticeably less and that relieved business owners in the area.

President Biden has signed executive orders including rejoining the Paris Climate Accord and ordering people in federal buildings to were masks.

Fifty more people were added Wednesday to the total of those who have died in Wisconsin because of COVID-19, but the daily number of cases continues to decline.

Democrats now control both the House and Senate, along with the presidency.

Attorneys for an Albany 16-year-old charged in the death of his newborn baby asked a judge today to move the case to juvenile court.

The man died of injuries he received in the crash. The crash occurred on I-94 in the town of Medina at 1:31 a.m.

Folks living in rural areas have been waiting for answers on the vaccine rollout. Now the announcement of 65+ eligible starting next week is leading to more questions.

WATCH NOW Celebrating America inauguration special begins at 7:30 p.m. Watch on WKOW TV or click to watch online.

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Bystanders return planters to the sidewalk after they were dumped earlier by protesters on State Street in Madison.

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Michael Johnson spoke to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle today and said that Meghan has agreed to talk with girls in Wisconsin.

Former Packers head coach Mike Holmgren joined Green Bay's mayor for a virtual campaign event supporting Joe Biden. Meanwhile, Republican leaders are on a tour of the state to promote the president.

15,000 people are expected to attend the president's event Thursday night in Mosinee. #WKOW 

Sen. Baldwin says Wisconsin has yet to receive a single ventilator or PPE requested for essential workers.

HAPPENING NOW: UW-La Crosse being evacuated due to suspicious package #WKOW 

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BREAKING NOW: A judge has blocked Gov. Evers' order limiting the size of indoor gatherings after a lawsuit was filed Tuesday by the Tavern League of Wisconsin.

Dane County confirms shots have been fired at East Towne Mall in Madison. More details as they become available.

BREAKING: Jayme Closs found alive. Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald says his agency was notified by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department that they had located Jayme Closs alive. More details to come on 27 News at 10.

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