A suburban Chicago man mistook his mother for an intruder when he repeatedly struck her with a baseball bat, according to his attorney.
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While the southern border lies a thousand miles away, immigration issues still resonate for many members of the Wisconsin community, from immigrants who’ve made their homes in the state to attorneys and communities working to support them.
After a meeting with university administrators, UW-Madison police officers removed graduate students from Bascom Hall after they occupied the building Friday night.
Students walked out of class after a UW-Madison Legal Studies professor gave students no previous warnings that the guest speaker was an ex-felon, twice convicted of sexual misconduct, who spoke in lecture Thursday.
September: Mike Leckrone announced his retirement.
Across the lake, Mendota Mental Health Institute plays a key role in underserved state mental health system
A brown smokestack and a single building is all that is seen of Mendota Mental Health Institute from the Memorial Union Terrace. Yet this often overlooked part of the view serves as one of only two major mental health treatment centers in Wisconsin.
UW-Madison counseling psychology professor William Hoyt apologized to colleagues and students after disclosing that he donned blackface during a performance at the Overture Center in the early 2000s.
Legislators across the state are attempting to mitigate unemployment issues held by formerly incarcerated people by supporting expungement reform. There have been no major changes in the expungement legislature recently, making legislators believe that updates are needed even though others oppose changes on transparency grounds.
Like many other schools, the UW System has recently installed more measures to prevent sexual assault and harassment. But the System’s move to join a national coalition of colleges fighting these issues sparked both praise and criticism from faculty and students alike.
A UW-Madison student brought attention via Twitter to a second sticker from the white nationalist group Hundred-Handers, garnering a response from students and faculty Tuesday.
Presenting solutions to pressing climate change questions for more than 1,000 inter-generational attendees, UW-Madison’s Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies hosted the 13th annual Earth Day Conference at the Monona Terrace Monday.
UW-Madison researchers begin creating refrigeration-free milk, lead dairy industry with new technology
Director of the Center for Dairy Research John Lucey announced that due to a recent decline in consumption of fluid dairy products, including milk the CDR will begin creating a refrigeration-free fluid dairy beverage with new grant money.
The newest religious institution of Madison, the Lion of Judah House Rastafari, has taken up residence on Mifflin Street and gained significant attention after distributing unique “sacraments” for religious practice to members of the church.
Former UW-Whitewater Chancellor Beverly Kopper called the investigative report about her husband’s sexual harassment “rampant with speculation” and went outside the scope of the case, she wrote in a response Monday.
After 50 years of marching to the same beat, UW-Madison announced they have selected a new band director to replace Wisconsin legend Mike Leckrone.
Despite Wisconsin split government’s difficulty forming cohesive bipartisan policy, some legislators used Earth Day as a platform to roll out new sustainability-focused legislation with support from the other side of the aisle.
The Dane County Medical Examiner’s Office identified a man who died shortly after suffering a fall while working at a Madison construction site.
Madison police arrested a man Sunday after he drove drunk in downtown, hitting another car before driving off the road.
A UW-Madison graduate was killed Sunday during the bombings in Sri Lanka.