The Daily Cardinal is heading to Eau Claire on June 16 and 17 to cover this year’s Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival.
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Facing criticism for honoring U.S. president who owned slaves, Madison high school under pressure to change name
A student-led petition demanding that Madison Metropolitan School District change the name of one of its high schools honoring U.S. President James Madison, who owned slaves before the Civil War, has received more than 1,100 signatures since it began circulating online earlier this week.
Leaving behind blood and shattered glass, a 27-year-old man reportedly broke into the Wisconsin State Capitol after a night of drinking over the weekend.
As the semester concludes and UW-Madison students move out of dorms, part of North Lake Street will be closed to traffic for a week.
Madison police are searching for a man who reportedly pulled a knife on an employee at a State Street hookah shop Wednesday night when he was caught shoplifting.The 20-year-old female employee was not hurt.Police responded to the incident at Azara Hookah, located on the 400 block of State Street, around 9:02 p.m., Madison Police Department Sgt.
Christopher O’Kroley, 27, was serving a life sentence at Waupun Correctional Institution for killing former grocery store co-worker Caroline Nosal in February 2016.
A man was arrested downtown Tuesday night after reportedly approaching a car with a knife at a stoplight.
A seriously injured man was found in an alley near the Lowell Center over the weekend, the Madison Police Department said Monday.The 21-year-old was found Saturday around 2:34 a.m.
Chanting in Spanish and English, students from West, East and La Follette High Schools walked out of class Monday and were quickly at the forefront of a city-wide protest entitled “Day Without Immigrants.” The protest attracted approximately 400-500 community members in total, according to Madison Police Department estimates.
It’s easy to re-watch Netflix series you’ve already seen nine times during the summer. But movie theaters are dying, and there are lots of great features coming out this year.
A photo of State Street Brats’ dress code began circulating on social media last week, raising questions about clothing policies at bars.
Thousands of students celebrated Saturday despite muddy conditions and the threat of rain at the annual Mifflin Street Block Party.An estimated 12,000 people attended the event—more than tripling last year’s attendance of around 3,500—Madison Police Department Public Information Officer Joel DeSpain said in an incident report.
Just in time for the summer, the Henry Vilas Zoo is now home to two African lion cubs who will be on display for visitors as soon as May, officials announced Thursday.“The birth of these cubs is an incredible accomplishment for both the Henry Vilas Zoo family and the conservation work our zoo staff does every day,” Dane County Executive Joe Parisi said in a press release.
A 57-year-old man shot and killed himself during an eviction from a downtown Madison apartment Wednesday morning.Police deputies arrived at the 2 W.
A recent article in The Daily Cardinal showed some downtown Madison bars filter hip-hop out of their TouchTunes machines.
Citing lack of evidence, a city ethics committee unanimously voted to dismiss a complaint Tuesday that claimed a Madison alder used her position to help her husband and close friend open a beer garden near Lake Monona.
A Madison alder is set to go before an ethics committee Tuesday after being accused by a resident of improper involvement in creating a contract between the city and a business—which her husband is involved with—that’s planning to build a controversial beer garden near Lake Monona.A complaint against Ald. Sara Eskrich, District 13, was filed last month by city resident Janet Etnier, according to the Wisconsin State Journal
An alleged drunk driver crashed into a taxi on West Dayton Street—injuring a 55-year-old passenger—and drove away early Saturday morning, the Madison Police Department said Monday.Ulices Lopez Guadarrama, 23, was arrested for driving while intoxicated and causing injury, a hit and run involving injury, running a red light and driving without insurance, according to MPD Public Information Officer Joel DeSpain.Guadarrama reportedly ran a red light before colliding with the cab and driving away.
TouchTunes players come pre-loaded with thousands of song choices, so why are artists topping hit music charts sometimes nowhere to be found on those in several campus-area bars?