Madison’s Allied Dunn’s Marsh neighborhood residents are one step closer to getting an area grocery store after Monday’s Board of Estimates meeting.
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Madison police reported property damage and vandalism on the west side of Madison Saturday that statements from Jewish Community members later characterized as anti-Semitic in nature.
Madison mayoral hopefuls will face off Tuesday in a primary election, with the two candidates receiving the most votes advancing to the general election April 17.
Three gun-wielding suspects forced their way into and attempted to rob a residence on the 1400 block of Williamson Street Thursday, according to a Madison Police Department incident report.
Lucia Nuñez, Department of Civil Rights director, listened to arguments for and against police body cameras in consecutive weeks.
Madison's Equal Opportunities Commission met with a representative of the Young, Gifted and Black Coalition Thursday night to discuss the organization's mission to raise awareness of the justice system inequalities in black communities.
Madison’s Urban Design Commission discussed a new downtown design proposal this Wednesday, adding to the conversation about the future of State Street.
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin criticized Gov. Scott Walker’s plan to drug test food stamp recipients at a press conference Tuesday hosted jointly with Dan Stein, CEO of Second Harvest Foodbank.
Following a string of power tool burglaries beginning in early January, police officers arrested 29-year-old Chadwick A. Coffey and officially charged him in three other burglaries on Madison’s north side Tuesday.
Madison’s incumbent Mayor Paul Soglin received an endorsement for his re-election campaign Tuesday from Fire Fighters Local 311, according to a press release.
The Public Safety Review Committee of Madison addressed city-wide mental health issues Tuesday, with Madison Police Department Capt. Brian Ackeret reporting about the recently introduced mental health officer program.
Chief Mike Koval explained a new "police matrix" in a meeting with Madison police and fire departments as a new, more transparent way of approaching police discipline.
Ald. Ledell Zellers, District 2, said the continual encroachment of shadows on Lamp House is the "death of a thousand cuts."
Two construction projects presented at a Madison Plan Commission meeting Monday generated controversy, including an 80-unit apartment and a 10-story hotel.
The Madison Fire Department responded to a house fire north of Lake Mendota, which caused an estimated $10,000 in damages Sunday, according to an incident report.
Fire and police officials concentrated on an updated disciplinary system and new hires in a Madison Police and Fire Department Commissioners meeting Monday.
Madison Fire Department Chief Steve Davis announced Friday on his blog a plan to introduce a new emergency response phone application in the Madison area, aimed at engaging bystanders in CPR response.
Madison police are looking for two suspects who robbed and forced a 30-year-old man to strip down to his underwear on the east side of Madison, according to a Madison Police Department incident report.
As they made their way to their next destination, State Street bar hoppers got some unexpected excitement, seeing flashing lights and several Madison Fire Department emergency vehicles on State Street early Sunday morning.
An intoxicated Madison driver was taken into custody for colliding twice with a driver’s education vehicle at the intersection of North Stoughton Road and East Washington Avenue Wednesday, according to a Madison Police Department report.