Wisconsin officials are on opposing sides regarding Gov. Scott Walker's stance on the state's infrastructure needs.
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UW-Madison ranks 15th among public colleges, according to rankings released today by U.S. News & World Report.Overall, UW-Madison ranks 49th in a four-way tie.
Though the state approved a plan to close the controversial Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake juvenile prisons earlier this year, lawsuits over conditions at the facilities are above $20 million and rising.
The National Science Foundation revealed a $10 million award to boost involvement in STEM programs at UW-Madison. This will also prove as a chance to provide underrepresented students with the chance to thrive in the program.
The new initiative will work to make a successful STEM program for both faculty and students that are "women, members of minority racial and ethnic groups, persons with disabilities and those from low socioeconomic backgrounds."
A number of incidents involving weapons highlighted the weekend for Madison police, as well as multiple arrests for heroin possession.
UW-Stevens Point revealed a seven percent loss of enrollment as students began classes this week. The university has decreased enrollment by 22 percent over the last eight years.
UW-Stevens Point kicked off their school year this past Tuesday.
The Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA) announced Thursday that it had awarded $2.1 million in tax credits to two Dane County affordable housing projects.The two developments are located in the city of Fitchburg and the Town of Madison, which is separate from the larger city.
A UW-Madison student voiced concerns of a culturally insensitive class syllabus in a Facebook post, Wednesday.
With election season on the horizon, an analytics firm revitalized an economic impact study after 16 years. They found the UW System made a $24 billion economic impact for 2016-17, following the previous $9.5 billion.
The $23 return for every dollar invested goes towards creating jobs and taxes as they circle the state, according to the updated economic impact survey.
Federal emergency aid is on its way to Wisconsin to help areas across the state recover from last month’s torrential flooding, after several Wisconsin legislators petitioned the Trump Administration for funding.
The Dane County Emergency Management estimates that August’s floods caused more than $39 million dollars of damage to public infrastructure, according to a department release Wednesday morning.
Madison’s Common Council debate concerning the Confederate monument in Forest Hills Cemetery will continue following an alder’s appeal to have its removal brought before the council once again.
UW-Madison Athletics is now partnered with Lyft, a rideshare company, providing community members with an alternative form of transportation on Badger game days.Through the partnership, Lyft will have designated pick-up and drop-off locations at the Kohl Center and Camp Randall.
Flying a drone illegally in Madison could now land you with up to one thousand dollars in fines from the city alone following a city council vote on new regulations Tuesday night.
ASM introduced “Ice Cream for All” to remove beef gelatin from Babcock ice cream in a continuing effort to promote inclusivity.
The Madison police department has publicly identified the officer involved in last weekend’s police shooting after placing her on administrative leave.
Babcock ice cream has been a staple at the university since 1951. The fight to change the beef gelatin to a plant stabilizer has been over a decade-long battle.