For the second time in less than two weeks, Madison-area students led a major protest against gun violence in schools and across the country. Saturday's march was one of more than 800 "sister marches" held worldwide and included speeches by U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin and U.S. Representative Mark Pocan.
More than 5000 high school and middle school students from around Dane County walked out of classes at noon on Wednesday and gathered at the steps of the Capitol to call for gun control measures. The walkout comes as part of the #enough movement that has emerged out of high schools across the country following the Valentine's Day shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
Cook’s first of seven trials is set to begin Feb. 26 in Jefferson County.
Badger legend and former national player of the year Frank Kaminsky had his number 44 jersey retired Thursday night at the Kohl Center, with many former teammates on hand to participate in the ceremony.
With numerous former players in attendance for the retirement of Frank Kaminsky's number 44, Wisconsin's men's basketball team upset No. 6 Purdue 57-53 in a game that came down to the wire.
Photographers Brandon Moe and Cameron Lane-Flehinger capture Wisconsin's 27-21 loss to Ohio State in the 2017 Big Ten Championship. Wisconsin has now lost their last three championship appearances and likely falls out of contention for a College Football Playoff spot.
Photographers Brandon Moe and Jon Yoon capture the action of Wisconsin's 31-0 shutout of Minnesota at TCF Bank Stadium. The win solidified a perfect 12-0 regular season for the Badgers.
Photographer Brandon Moe captures Wisconsin's 24-10 win over Illinois, in which the Badgers remained undefeated with an 8-0 record.
Horizon High School, located just a couple miles west of UW-Madison's campus, is the only recovery high school in Wisconsin. A new piece of legislation recently passed by the State Legislature would create a charter for a second recovery school located somewhere in the state.
Gallery: Wisconsin Badgers get over semifinal hump in Frozen Four, fall to Clarkson Knights in National Championship GameMar. 25, 2017
Photographer Cameron Lane-Flehinger shot the action from a wild Frozen Four weekend. Wisconsin first beat Boston College in its semifinal game 1-0 on a goal with 17 seconds left. The next day, goaltender Ann-Renée Desbiens was named the Patty Kazmaier award winner, given to the top player in women's college hockey. Sunday, the Badgers came up short against Clarkson, losing 3-0 in the National Championship Game.
Photographer Brandon Moe snapped all the action in Wisconsin's big win over Robert Morris. The Badgers scored seven goals to send themselves into the Frozen Four with an exclamation point.