A pedestrian was sexually assaulted by a stranger Tuesday night, near the intersection of W. Dayton Street and Mills Street, according to a Madison Police Department Crime Warning sent Thursday morning.
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Madison Mayor Paul Soglin announced Tuesday he will not run for re-election in 2019.Soglin, who is currently running for the Democratic nomination for governor, was first elected mayor of Madison as a 27-year-old in 1973.
Madison Common Council member Mark Clear, District 19, announced his resignation Wednesday evening, the second member in three weeks to do so.
Just before closing time on Sunday, a cinder block smashed through gay club Plan B’s front window.Nobody in the club was injured, but the incident still came as a shock to Plan B owner Corey Gresen.
The Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) received nearly a million dollars in grants from the state to advance school safety programs, Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel announced last Wednesday.The state awarded over $1.9 million in grant money to 19 school districts, with Madison schools taking $993,033.
Alec Cook, a former UW-Madison student convicted of sexual assault, was sentenced to three years in prison with an additional eight years of probation Thursday, far less than the maximum 40-year sentence sought by the prosecution.Cook was arrested in October 2016 after a female student accused him of sexually assaulting her in her apartment.
For many LGBT individuals, the month of June means more than just another summer month. June is Pride Month, a month-long celebration of the LGBT community and its impact locally and globally.
Today, the researchers behind an upcoming public history project that will aim to confront legacies of exclusion and injustice at UW-Madison say addressing campus’s present inequalities must be the priority of that work, and that doing so is a shared responsibility.
Madison’s Common Council member Ald. Denise DeMarb, District 16, announced her resignation Thursday evening.
The Director of the Dane County Regional Airport will retire from his position at the end of August, the county announced in a press release Friday.Brad Livingston has worked for the airport for 32 years, serving as director for the past 15 years.
Madison Police Department officers are investigating after a man attempted to rob Greenbush Bakery shortly after midnight Tuesday.An MPD incident report said an employee of the bakery was in the process of closing when an armed man entered the shop and demanded money from the register.
On the heels of countless outdoor concerts and festivals, summer is a great time for artists to release new music. While many artists may announce and release albums within a matter of days, and other artists may tease new music without a certain release date for months, there are a number of albums we can expect before summer’s end.
Last Friday, the staff of the magazine Our Lives, a Madison-based publication focusing on the city’s LGBTQ+ community, arrived at their office to discover a rock had been thrown through the glass door.Nothing had been stolen and there were no signs that anyone attempted to enter the office, which led the magazine’s publisher Patrick Farabaugh to suspect they had been subjected to targeted vandalism.“There’s no way you can say that this is random,” Farabaugh said.
One man sustained multiple gunshot wounds in what police are investigating as an attempted homicide occurring in an apartment above Whiskey Jack’s on State Street.
A community-university partnership will advance the search for innovative ideas to solve Dane County’s racial inequalities and income disparities.
A 21-year-old man was knocked unconscious after being punched in the face outside of a State Street restaurant Tuesday evening.
The Madison Police Department is looking for a suspect involved in a sexual assault and battery incident that occurred on the 600 block of University Avenue Saturday evening.The suspect allegedly aggressively grabbed the behind of a 20-year-old Madison woman prompting a 26-year-old Chicago man to approach the suspect about his action.
The police had few details — a car pulled into where the crime was occurring and the attacker fled. Immediately, investigators began a meticulous process of sifting through the city’s many public surveillance cameras to try and identify a person of interest.
A man was arrested on Capitol Square late Friday evening for threatening a 45-year-old woman with a box cutter.
By Youth for Youth, an organization that funds programs focused on limiting racial inequality and violence and abuse, as well as increasing LGBTQ+ awareness, awarded over $30,000 to more than 20 youth programs in the community, at Madison’s United Way on Monday.