Is the Edgewater Hotel too loud? Some Langdon Street residents say the hotel’s frequent concerts and loud outdoor events make it nearly impossible to have a conversation in their own homes.
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Gov. Scott Walker used 99 partial vetoes to appease a handful of senators who were stalling the passage of the state’s 2017-’19 budget but some critics are saying Walker’s negotiations went so far as to break state laws.A state court ruling on the type of negotiations officials in the Legislature can and can’t make is unprecedented.
Police are seeking help identifying a “suspicious person” after a woman’s screams frightened away an unidentified attacker near campus early Saturday morning.
A free DACA renewal legal clinic will be held in the Multicultural Student Center of the Red Gym Monday afternoon.
A Board of Regents policy draft calls for strict punishments for students who disrupt a controversial speaker on campus.
Room 3115 in the Student Activity Center will serve as a new reflection space for students to pray, meditate or reflect.
UW-Madison Environment, Health & Safety is investigating potential lead dust contamination in Agricultural Hall and surrounding areas, including Nancy Nicholas Hall after receiving reports of “unacceptable levels of lead dust” in the areas.
If the Perkins Loan, a federal institutional loan program, expires nation-wide Sunday, the nearly 4,000 UW-Madison students who used that funding will have to find it elsewhere.
Madison Police Department officers are investigating an apparent shooting that happened Wednesday on the north side of Madison, near where the mother of Tony Robinson — a teen fatally shot by an MPD officer in 2015 — currently lives.No one was hurt, MPD Officer Matthew Schroedl said in a report, but police found damage to a building in the 2100 block of Winnebago Street, where the incident occurred.
If you’re wondering why there was a giant inflatable earth on the Gordon lawn, here’s your answer: Sustain-A-Bash.
A conservative group on campus will host a controversial speaker to give a talk on the Second Amendment in October, and student activists are already planning to protest the event.
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank said administration will highlight sustainability efforts more this academic year in her blog post Wednesday.
Attorney General Brad Schimel announced Wednesday that the Department of Justice will launch a website designed to keep the public updated on the status of the state’s sexual assault kit backlog.
If the Perkins Loan program expires nation-wide, many UW-Madison students will lose that source of financial aid.
State Sen. Kathleen Vinehout, D-Alma, just announced she is launching a campaign for governor. It’s not off to a great start.
Gordon’s Flamingo Run began accepting food stamps this Monday — and they’ve already had their first transaction.
The Wisconsin Democratic gubernatorial primary is scheduled for Aug. 14, 2018. That distant date hasn’t stopped a flurry of Democrats from jumping in to challenge Gov.
Without Horizon High School, a recovery high school for teens with substance abuse, 17-year-old Ken Adams says he wouldn’t be alive.“It saved my life,” the high school senior said.Although Adams attends the school sculpted for teens recovering from drug and alcohol abuse, he’s never had an addiction problem.
Last April, UW-Madison’s student government and administrators partnered to conduct a pilot program that would evaluate the cost and feasibility of permanently providing free menstrual products in campus restrooms.