Madison Democratic Reps. Chris Taylor and Terese Berceau requested an investigation into Gov. Scott Walker’s flights around Wisconsin after a group accused the governor of using state funds for these trips.
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An inmate’s suicide on Monday amplifies lingering concerns about the City-County Building Jail’s safety.
The transition into college can have major effects on students' mental and physical health, but there are resources on campus to help.
Supporters of the partnership between Foxconn and UW-Madison consider it an opportunity to encourage academic research, while critics question the integrity of private funding and safe workspaces.
This is the largest gift the university has received, but before its official, it must receive a successful vote from the Board of Regents.
After more than two weeks of heavy rainfall, the City of Madison is cleaning up after damage caused by floods.
Two new cultural student centers will open this fall in the Red Gym, following over a year of student initiative.
Dealing with nuance flooding becomes even more complicated when you live in a rental property. Teresa Mundo-Prado, program director for the Wisconsin Tenant Resource Center, shared advice on everything from working with city inspectors to filing for rent abatement for students who have been impacted by the flooding.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank and Foxconn chairman and founder, Terry Gou, announced a gift of $100 million to aid in promoting engineering and innovative research at UW-Madison in the Wisconsin Institute of Discovery Monday.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank confirmed that this is one of the largest gifts UW-Madison has received towards research programs and the university as a whole.
Reigning UW-Madison band director, Michael Leckrone, announced the upcoming academic year will be his last, leaving behind a 50-year legacy at the university.
In hopes of avoiding raising tuition and student fees, the Board of Regents voted to send the requested $107 million in aid to Gov. Scott Walker in hopes of approval. This will be considered as Walker drafts the upcoming executive budget.
Suspended Badgers wide receiver Quintez Cephus’s lawyers filed a motion Wednesday to dismiss one of the sexual assault charges against him.
Sophomore wide receiver Danny Davis has been suspended for the first two games of the season Wisconsin head coach Paul Chryst announced Wednesday.
Following the decision in June to implementa more cognizant hiring process, the UW System will require sexual harassment to be included in personnel files as soon as January 2019.
This is the first time Board of Regents have updated their policy, which mandated sexual assault and harassment training for all students and employees, since 2016.
Junior receiver Quintez Cephus has been formally suspended from the team following the announcement of a pair of felony sexual assault charges Monday.
A battery, which occurred on the Lakeshore Path at UW-Madison, was reported to the UW-Madison Police Department on Saturday.
The Wisconsin football team will be without last year’s top receiving target for the indefinite future, following today’s announcement by junior Quintez Cephus that he is leaving the team due to “unspecified charges” possibly to come from the Dane County District Attorney’s office.
With partisan nominations for governor, U.S. Senate, lieutenant governor, Congress and most of the state Legislature on the line, more Wisconsinites turned out to vote in Tuesday’s primary election than any primary since 2002.Most major races saw longtime frontrunners pull away with expected victories.Democratic primary for governorState superintendent Tony Evers, who has been a consistent leader in name recognition, polls and party backing, pulled out a convincing win.With over 41 percent of the vote, Evers, a former school teacher, gathered more than twice the support of his opponents, trailed by firefighters’ union head Mahlon Mitchell with 16 percent and former state Rep.