The Joint Finance Committee approved Wednesday $350 million in state borrowing over the next two years in an effort to combat delays on road construction throughout the state.
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Dane County Executive Joe Parisi released a plan Monday to expand the medical examiner’s scope to Brown County.
Madison police arrested a 35-year-old homeless man for battery of a transgender woman on State Street early Friday morning.
The Orpheum was buzzing with anticipation Sunday evening. Hipsters and indie fans from all walks of life gathered on State Street, anxiously awaiting the appearance of their idol of indifference, Father John Misty.
Following a tough loss on the road against No. 4 Penn State Thursday, the Badgers fought their way to a scoreless tie against No. 20 Ohio State Sunday in their fourth double-overtime game of the season.
Now that summer recess has kicked in, UW-Madison chemistry professor Earl Schweigert can finally commit more than three days a week toward his primary hobby and passion: fishing.
Republican leaders of the state’s budget committee said Tuesday Gov. Scott Walker’s proposal to shift the UW System to a public authority model is dead, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.
A surveillance video led to the Monday arrest of a juvenile suspected of pointing a handgun at Cheba Hut employees, according to a Madison Police Department spokesperson.
After José González’s parents fled from Argentina at the beginning of a military junta known as the “Dirty War,” they ended up in Gothenburg, Sweden. This was the birthplace of González as an uplifting songwriter, where he grew up listening to artists like Bob Marley and Michael Jackson. González began his performance career with a hardcore punk band named Back Against The Wall and began performing around the ripe age of 17. After ending his time with this band, González took on a very new sound.
Interim Vice Provost for Diversity and Climate Patrick Sims conducted the first of four campus-wide sessions on the Diversity Framework Thursday, in an effort to update members of the UW-Madison community on the Framework’s progress.
Madison Sourdough Company is a local bakery on Williamson Street, in a neighborhood just past the capital.
The amount of time it takes to read this sentence out loud could save college basketball.
The campus community explained their concerns about Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed budget cuts to the UW System at a forum Thursday at Van Vleck Hall.
It was another wild weekend for Wisconsin’s women’s hockey team, as they hosted St. Cloud State for the last series of the regular season.
UW-Madison senior class officers announced Katie Couric, a journalist, author and philanthropist, as the 2015 Spring Commencement ceremony speaker Wednesday.
Gov. Scott Walker shared a stage with several Republican presidential hopefuls over the weekend at a national conservative convention in Iowa.
The state Senate passed a constitutional amendment Tuesday that could alter the selection process for chief justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
TAMPA - Melvin Gordon has left his final mark on Wisconsin football. In a season defined by broken records, national accolades and dominant performances, Gordon can add one last highlight to his repertoire: a victory in his final game as a Badger.
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.