A Madison man charged with shooting a man to death and wounding another on the south side in August will stand trial, a county judge ruled Thursday, after he also threatened to kill a county deputy at the Dane County Jail this week.
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University Health Services is holding free flu shot clinics throughout the semester, and the first clinic took place Thursday on Bascom Hill.
Adventure Learning Programs, which has received the largest portion of money from the General Student Services Fund over the last two years, made its case to the Student Services Finance Committee for reconfirmed eligibility at their hearing Thursday night.ALPs is slated to have a budget of nearly $170,000 for this fiscal year.
Adventure Learning Programs presented to SSFC at their eligibility hearing Thursday night.
In an attempt to end partisan divides and craft policy in technology, entrepreneurship and other areas, Democrats and Republicans under the age of 40 created a “millennial caucus” Wednesday.Lead by state Reps.
UW System institutions will no longer be able to choose which categories of the performance-based metrics they will be measured on after Gov. Scott Walker made his vetoes on the state’s 2017-’19 budget Wednesday.
UW System schools will no longer be able to choose which categories of performance-based metrics they will be measured on after Gov. Walker made his partial veto.
The 2017-19' budget adds in over $100 million in new funds for the UW
Gov. Scott Walker officially signed the 2017-19 state budget Thursday in Neenah, ending a months-long stalemate over the $76 billion document. The UW System will receive a slight funding boost, although it does not make up for the $250 million slashed from the university's coffers in the last budget.
Here's how the 2017-19' budget affects programs and employees at UW Madison and other UW System schools
Invisible disorders, like digestive problems and depression, among numerous others, are seen at UW-Madison more often than students may realize, according to Lisa Webne-Behrman, a psychologist at University Health Services. Webne-Behrman gave examples of depression, anxiety, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and learning disabilities.
When Congress rewrites the tax code, hundreds of thousands of Wisconsin residents could see higher taxes and lower home values, but Mayor Paul Soglin says cities could take the hardest hit.In a press conference Wednesday morning, Soglin discussed the effects of eliminating the state and local tax deduction, a possible move for Congressional Republicans as they vote on a proposal next week.The state and local tax deduction is claimed by taxpayers across the spectrum.
Researchers on campus are now just one click away from brain imaging tools, cancer prevention data and hundreds of other resources.
State Sen. Steve Nass, R-Whitewater, called for local law enforcement to take action against UW-Madison student Eneale Pickett, who released a video earlier this week promoting his clothing line that Nass says is racist and anti-police.Pickett owns a clothing line called Insert Apparel, which he says is meant to initiate conversations about social justice by printing controversial messages on clothing.His newest line is centered on police brutality on black Americans.
After swastikas were found spray-painted on a historical marker near a synagogue at James Madison Park early Wednesday morning, UW-Madison leaders and student organizations were quick to denounce the vandalism.
Gov. Scott Walker issued 99 partial vetoes of the state’s two-year budget on Wednesday, rejecting several highly-anticipated additions to the bill, which was written by the Republican-held Wisconsin Legislature.
After Hurricane Harvey’s widespread flooding resulted in the surfacing of millions of mosquitos that hampered recovery efforts, two UW-Madison students headed to Houston last Wednesday to assist with the infestation.
Joel Despain, public information officer for MPD, told The Daily Cardinal that as of right now the tentative charges are defamation of property. Once they find the perpetrator, it could rise to the level of a hate crime. He said that if they find the perpetrator and their action was motivated “by a hatred of the Jewish Faith,” it would meet the intent requirement under Wisconsin State Statutes.
Students could pay a lower price for books next semester after the Associated Students of Madison adopted legislation Tuesday that launches a new textbook affordability pilot on campus.
The Republican Governors Association, led by Gov. Scott Walker, is getting heat from both sides of the aisle.The RGA runs a website called “The Free Telegraph” that presents itself as a media outlet but is paid for and controlled by the association.