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WISC-TV Newscasts

Published On: Oct 23 2001 09:37:13 AM CDT   Updated On: Feb 24 2012 08:46:20 AM CST

News 3 This Morning

Weekdays from 4:30-7 a.m. Dannika Lewis and Adam Schrager help you prepare for the day ahead with local news, early morning traffic updates, live guests, and much more! Meteorologist Haddie McLean has an early look at the day’s weather, and roving reporter Eden Checkol heads out of the studio to track down interesting people and events throughout the community. News 3 This Morning" replays weekdays at 7 a.m. on TVW.

News 3 At Noon

WISC-TV offers Madison's top weekday newscast at noon. "News 3 At Noon" brings you the latest news, weather, agriculture, health and consumer information, plus informative and entertaining guests, along with the popular "Mr. Food" cooking segment.

Live at Four

Weekdays at 4 p.m., Mark Koehn and Susan Siman present a lively mix of local, consumer and entertainment news, special features and in-studio guests, along with Meteorologist Karin Swanson's weather forecast. Recurring segments include Dr. Zorba Paster's health and medical updates, local theatrical previews, film reviews, and Friday's popular "Newshounds" feature.

News 3 at Five

Weekdays at 5 p.m., Susan Siman and Eric Franke head up a half-hour of local and national news. Chief Meteorologist Gary Cannalte monitors current local weather conditions and shares the 7-day outlook.

News 3 At Six

Weekdays, anchors Eric Franke, Charlotte Deleste and the News 3 team present the biggest stories of the day, including breaking news, in-depth investigative and consumer reports. Chief Meteorologist Gary Cannalte shares an accurate look at current weather conditions and a 7-day forecast, and Sports Director Jay Wilson follows with the latest action from the world of sports. On Saturday, get your weekend news fix from anchor Leah Linscheid, plus the latest weather outlook from Meteorologist Bob Lesh and area scores from Sports Anchor Melissa Kim.

News 3 At Ten

"News 3 at Ten" airs seven days a week on WISC-TV. No rehash of earlier newscasts here! Monday through Friday, anchors Eric Franke and Charlotte Deleste lead off with late-breaking reports on the local and national scene, followed by current weather and next day forecasts from chief meteorologist Gary Cannalte, and a complete sports wrap-up of the day's scores and highlights from Sports Director Jay Wilson. On Saturdays and Sundays, the "News 3 At Ten" team wraps up the weekend with news anchor Leah Linscheid, plus Meteorologist Bob Lesh’s weather forecast and a weekend sports roundup with Sports Anchor Melissa Kim.

News 3 At 5:30

Sundays, anchor Leah Linscheid and the News 3 team brings you updates on the local and national news scene. Meteorologist Bob Lesh handles the weather forecast and Melissa Kim's weekend sports scores and stories round out the show. 

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