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Welcome to the new ABC 17 News website

ABC 17 News and FOX 22 launched a new website Wednesday morning that will load faster and help users easily find stories.

Key features include a cleaner home page that will allow significantly faster loading times. The top stories of the day can still be found at the top of the homepage, with other important local, state and national stories also prominently displayed down the page.

A screen capture of the new ABC 17 News website homepage.

The navigation menu has been fine-tuned to focus on the most popular sections of the site, with an additional "hamburger" navigation tool that allows users to go to specialized content pages with a single click. Live videos will now be easier to find thanks for a "LIVE" button at the top right of the homepage that will take users to current live video streams when it turns red.

The new ABC 17 News website's "hamburger" navigation menu can be accessed by clicking on the three lines next to the ABC 17 News/FOX 22 logo.

User registration has also been incorporated into the new site, with a registration tool at the upper right of the home page. Users can set their default current conditions and registration allows users to leave comments on story pages.

A personalized weather page includes the latest forecast and current conditions information that can be tailored to any zip code.

The bottom of each page also features links to sign up for breaking news, severe weather and other email newsletters as well as contests and promotions and links to download the ABC 17 News mobile apps for iPhone and Android systems.

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Matthew Sanders

Matthew Sanders is the digital content director at ABC 17 News.



  1. Oh wow did you hear the news about The Little Mermaid Live? From what I understand it’s an ABC show. Unfortunately, I heard it wasnt’ very good. I was really looking forward to it.

  2. how are we supposed to contact you for things like broadcast difficulties. E.G., this morning there was some sort of problem between 3 and 5 a.m. on ME-TV as my recorder did not pick anything up. Are you still fooling around with that new antenna?

  3. I just want to say thank you all for the hard work you all do at KMIZ from putting all the storys to gather and for the traffic reports standing outside in the cold wet weather WOW you people are a GOD SENT thank you all again. Much respect. Sincerely Chad Bowker

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