Madison police are searching who did not return to the Dane County Jail over the weekend and was declared AWOL, the sheriff’s office said in a release.Sorell A. Gilmore, 22, left the facility for work privileges around 6:45 a.m. Saturday, but did not come back at his scheduled return time of 5:45 p.m.
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A bag of crack cocaine was discovered at a grocery store near the downtown area over the weekend, the Madison Police Department said Monday.Officers were called to Copps grocery store on South Park Street around 1:54 p.m. Saturday, MPD Public Information Officer Joel DeSpain said in an incident report.
Years after graduating from UW-Madison, some of the university’s core philosophies have stuck closely with entrepreneurs still in the city—in some cases, even having served as a launchpad for their careers.EatStreet co-founder and CEO Matt Howard said that UW-Madison had a significant role in the successful launch of his company, which now employs over 1,000 people and has locations across the country.
An unprecedented storm of protests resisting the Trump Administration have shocked state capitals across the country following the November presidential election—but for some in Madison, a long history of political and social movements tying back to the university have made the new wave of activism nothing but expected.
A car possibly driven by a drunk driver barreled into pedestrians on Park Street Saturday night, killing a UW-Madison graduate student and injuring two other people.
Blaring fire alarms in Lucky Apartments sent hundreds of residents and individuals that occupied the Student Activity Center onto the sidewalks Thursday.A stovetop fire that started in a sixth floor apartment caused the alarm, according to a Lucky Apartments employee.
A man found in his downtown apartment Wednesday night reported someone had put a gun to his head, according to Madison police.Officers were called to the 10 block of East Gorham Street around 8:40 p.m., Madison Police Department officer Kimberly Alan said in an incident report.
As the Mifflin Street Block Party quickly approaches at the end of April, a proposal that would temporarily ban carrying glass containers on streets in the area is making its way through Madison’s legislative body.
The shared economy, which brings people together through apps such as Airbnb and Uber, has streamlined travel significantly. But cities across the country like Madison have gotten the short end of the stick.
A man found dead in his downtown Madison apartment last month suffered about 70 knife wounds, according to the Wisconsin State Journal. The victim, Andrew Nesbitt, suffered wounds to the head, torso and neck during the March 27 incident, Dane County Chief Medical Examiner Vincent Tranchida said Tuesday in a preliminary trial for the suspect in the homicide.Darrick E.
Passengers are now officially able to carry concealed weapons on Madison buses, after the city’s transit committee updated its policy Wednesday to comply with state law.The decision comes following a Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling passed last month, which reversed an appeals court decision to maintain Madison Metro Transit’s previous policy of prohibiting weapons on buses.
In a move that will reduce overcrowding and address the need for construction in local health care facilities, UW Health and UnityPoint Health-Meriter have signed an agreement to merge operations.The joint-operating agreement that has been cleared by the Federal Trade Commission comes nine months after the two health care providers announced plans for the agreement.
UW-Madison alumnus Matthew Desmond’s book was not only the pick for Go Big Read this year, but also for a Pulitzer.His book, “Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City,” won a Pulitzer Prize in General Nonfiction, according to a UW-Madison news release.“Evicted”—the UW-Madison Go Big Read book for the 2016-2017 program—follows the stories of eight Milwaukee families as they deal with the loss of their homes.
A man walking through a downtown park Sunday night was robbed at gunpoint by two men, according to the Madison Police Department.The robbery occurred around 10:20 p.m.
Due to illness, Madison-favorite Hippo Campus was unable to perform this past Saturday. However, Majestic Theatre opened its doors to the public for a free show with Magic City Hippies, Hippo Campus’ opener on tour supporting the release of their debut album, Landmark.
A panhandling ordinance prohibiting people from loitering on medians of busy roadways and intersecting streets is set to take effect in Madison Monday.
Members of the local immigrant community will see new public resources available when applying for U.S.
A man suspected of recently stealing a vehicle from a residence near the UW-Madison campus and being involved in several home burglaries has been arrested in Michigan following a police chase.Cleaster L.
Two 40-year-olds from Madison are among eight people charged by a federal judge in a major methamphetamine ring bust in Southern Wisconsin, a court document recently revealed.The U.S. Attorney for the western district of Wisconsin Jeffrey Anderson unsealed the case’s indictment Tuesday, according to the Wisconsin State Journal.