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State Street restaurants Diego’s Mexican Bistro and Cosi both closed their doors over UW-Madison’s winter break, according to local restaurant employees Sophie Stevenson and Dan Irish.
Police arrested a 17-year-old female at West Transfer Point for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after she refused to get off of a Madison Metro Bus Monday, Madison Police Department spokesperson Joel DeSpain wrote in an incident report.
An "angry" suspect threw a large piece of concrete through the front window of the Starbucks coffee shop on State Street Sunday night before being apprehended by Madison police, according to an incident report.
The following are the Top Ten news stories we covered over the summer and in Fall 2014.
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin stresses the importance of additional measures besides police body cameras to strengthen relationships between law enforcement and the public.
Although considered “inevitable” by city officials and community members alike at last month’s city council meeting, Madison Police Chief Mike Koval and Mayor Paul Soglin emphasized at a Dec. 5 press conference that the proposed police body camera program will not singlehandedly bridge trust gaps.
The Great Dane Pub & Brewing Company is scheduled to reopen Tuesday following a Nov. 15 fire that caused $150,000 in damage.
Madison police arrested a 27-year-old Madison man early Thursday morning after he drove the wrong way on West Gorham Street and continued to evade police after attempts to pull him over, according to a Madison Police Department report.
A new bar may find a home in Madison’s campus area as early as June of next year if city officials continue to move the project through the approval process.
Racial disparities nationwide have come into focus following the grand jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri not to charge the police officer who killed 18-year-old Michael Brown. That heightened awareness has also exposed racial disparities in Madison, which in some ways exceed those in Ferguson.
Having offered the pretense that Blue Velvet Lounge was behind paying its bills, a telephone scammer nearly bamboozled the bar owner out of $745 Friday, according to a Madison Police Department report.
Three sets of animals will be making a new home at Henry Vilas Zoo in 2015, Dane County Executive Joe Parisi revealed in a press release Monday.
Ald. John Strasser discussed pet licensing in a city meeting.
Madison police caught a 72-year-old male thief accused of stealing a woman’s wallet from her vehicle in an incident two weeks ago, according to a Madison Police Department incident report issued Tuesday.
Decisions on whether or not to pull the plug on the ongoing Judge Doyle Square hotel project and pet licensing ordinances faced lengthy debate at Tuesday’s Common Council meeting from alders and community members alike.
After tracking the SUV used in three previous Madison robberies, the Madison and Middleton police departments were able to arrest former Badger cornerback Jack Ikegwuono and his twin brother William after their fourth and final robbery Wednesday, Nov. 26.
Mifflin Street may see construction begin for a new high-rise housing project as soon as April or May of 2015 if project developers continue to receive positive feedback from city groups.
Jack Ikegwuono, a former Badger and Philadelphia Eagles cornerback, was arrested with his twin after four robberies.
The state Public Service Commission approved Madison Gas & Electric’s proposed utility rate increase Wednesday, according to a city press release.