Madison Mayor Paul Soglin and Monona Mayor Bob Miller used their experiences as city officials to give leadership advice at the Young Professionals Talks on Leadership Tuesday.
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A College Court robbery ended in a relatively successful sting operation over the weekend, in which a Madison Police Department officer posed as a victim’s boyfriend in order to recover what was stolen, according to an MPD incident report.
The proposed development of a new apartment building found support among Madison’s Plan Commission after presenting updated plans to the commission’s members during a meeting Monday.
An intoxicated woman was hit by a moving vehicle on the 300 block of West Gorham Street outside of Chaser’s Bar & Grille in the early hours of Sunday, according to a Madison Police Department incident report.
A march for Tony Robinson that began on Williamson Street ended in tension during a mayoral forum Thursday. The protesters filled the Barrymore Theatre, which hosted the debate between Mayor Paul Soglin and Ald. Scott Resnick, District 8, with angry disruptions, often interrupting the candidates’ answers.
Leland Pan, District 5 Supervisor for the Dane County Board of Supervisors, defended his decision to let protesters into the City-County Building the night Tony Robinson died and said he had concerns about the way Madison Police Chief Mike Koval was handling the situation.
Cheba Hut is on track to sell alcohol past midnight after receiving a unanimous recommendation from the city’s Alcohol License Review Committee Wednesday to remove the restriction.
A Madison Police Department officer arrested two male teenagers suspected in two armed robberies near the intersection of Lake Street and University Avenue Tuesday evening.
Community members wishing to add in their voice to the issue of jail renovations fill out public comment cards.
The Dane County Public Protection and Judiciary Committee amended a resolution for an incarceration study during its Tuesday night meeting after weeks of being contested by public testimony.
Young, Gifted, and Black Coalition organizer Brandi Grayson addresses MPD Chief Mike Koval, saying he should be "ashamed" of his department.
After many days of peaceful protest and public appeals by the family of Tony Robinson to keep demonstrations nonviolent, tension ran high in the City County Building Tuesday night as community members shouted and cried for swift change to the city’s policing.
The Madison Fire Department responded to a 911 call Monday night made by MFD paramedics who drove by a house at 1138 Williamson St. that had filled with smoke and flames, according to a city of Madison press release.
The Joint Southeast Campus Area Committee hears updates for SERF reconstruction and the School of Music Performance Center, but acknowledges funding to renovate the Chemistry Building will not come from the state.
Landmarks Commission Chair Stuart Levitan presides over Tenney Park reconstruction project approvals.
Members of a campus area city committee met Monday night to discuss an update on the campus area’s list of facelifts and construction projects.
Madison’s Landmarks Commission unanimously approved three projects making up a restoration proposal for Tenney Park on the 400 block of North Thornton Avenue, after a brief presentation Monday.
Jack Spaulding, one of Robinson’s best friends, embraces a fellow mourner after sharing his memories with the crowd.
Madison police are investigating reports of a gun-wielding man at JD’s Restaurant on the 300 block of North Bassett Street in the early hours of Sunday morning, according to a Madison Police Department incident report.
More than 1,000 people gathered Saturday in the gyms of Madison East High School to commemorate and honor Tony Robinson, the 19-year-old black teenager who was shot and killed by Madison Police Department Officer Matt Kenny on Williamson Street March 6.