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Democratic mayoral candidate, Ald. Scott Resnick, District 8, announced part of his “bold” list of ideas for Madison on his website Monday.
Madison’s Board of Estimates agreed to allocate $30,000 to research citywide public opinion regarding the use of body cameras by Madison police, as well as to determine the benefits from the use of such cameras.
Madison police arrested a 26-year-old man who was responsible for triggering multiple accidents Saturday morning on the West Beltline Highway, according to a Madison Police Department incident report.
The Madison Police Department hosted a news conference Thursday in response to a string of 17 burglaries throughout the west side of Madison.
The city of Madison received a first place award Thursday for its recent efforts in youth employment, becoming one of three cities honored in the National Summer Youth Jobs Challenge, according to a press release.
Ald. Scott Resnick, District 8, received his first school board endorsement of his campaign Thursday from Madison School Board member Michael Flores, according to a press release.
Madison drivers commuting via the 300 block of West Dayton Street between North Henry and North Broom Streets will have to use detours starting Thursday, Jan. 22, according to a city of Madison press release.
Members of Madison’s Alcohol License Review Committee discussed the new ownership of the corporation that runs Johnny O’s as well as a possible new Gorham Street bar, HopCat Madison, at their Wednesday evening meeting.
Madison police officers arrested a 40-year-old woman on the 100 block of King Street for disorderly conduct and bail jumping Monday evening, according to a Madison Police Department incident report.
After lengthy discussion, Madison Common Council members fell short in their attempt to override Mayor Paul Soglin’s decision that blocked billboard ordinance changes.
First responders successfully resuscitated an unconscious man last Saturday after finding him locked in a Starbucks bathroom, located on the 600 block of State Street.A Madison Police Department officer found and administered initial CCR measures to the 47-year-old Verona man, rendered unconscious by a drug overdose, according to Public Information Officer Joel DeSpain in a MPD incident report.The Madison Fire Department then arrived at the scene to continue resuscitation efforts, as the man was not breathing and had no pulse. Following his transport to a local hospital, the man’s heart started beating again, DeSpain wrote in the report.“In this case, the [man who overdosed] was found with a syringe, but first responders couldn’t immediately tell what drug,” DeSpain said.The man also had drug paraphernalia in his possession, according to the report.“We’re responding to this epidemic across the city,” DeSpain said. “But unfortunately, people are dying.”
Keynote speaker Diane Nash shares her experiences from the 1960s movements with the Overture Center crowd.
Wisconsin commemorated Martin Luther King Jr. Day with its 35th annual ceremony at the state Capitol building Monday. The celebration continued later in the day with a different event at the Overture Center.
As national and state legislators elected in November begin to take office, the election campaign is heating up for Madison mayoral hopefuls.
Over winter break, the Brunch’d Together team (and by team I mean me, myself and I) took a trip to New York City.
Ald. Scott Resnick, District 8, announced his canidacy for April's Madison mayoral election in a Thursday speech that jumped from social justice to 2 a.m. phone calls.
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin, surrounded by friends and family, announced his re-election bid for April's mayoral race at the Warner Park Community and Recreation Center Tuesday.
Madison Police Department Chief Mike Koval wants people to have a more positive and inviting view of local police. He took time during a Monday press conference to explain his targeted approach to make that happen.
Cosi is another State Street restaurant that closed during UW-Madison's winter break.