Last night and this evening the American public will hear from the 20 qualifying Democractic candidates in the first official debate of the 2020 presidential election. Ranging from past runner-ups to senior Senators to businesspeople and wellness gurus, this election cycle is sure to capture the anxious and uniquely changing state of politics in the land of the free.
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Over the next two days, the American public will hear from the 20 qualifying Democractic candidates in the first official debate of the 2020 presidential election. Ranging from past runner-ups to senior Senators to businesspeople and wellness gurus, this election cycle is sure to capture the anxious and uniquely changing state of politics in the land of the free.
Two Ironman 70.3 Wisconsin athletes have died following two separate swimming emergencies during Sunday’s race.
Jerome Winslow — accused of violently assaulting a woman on Langdon Street in February — pleaded guilty to two counts of recklessly endangering safety and a battery charge Monday.
Health disparities based on location and race is a challenge Dane County has struggled to tackle for years.
In Wisconsin, rates of e-cigarette use have increased from 1.9 percent in 2012 to 20.1 percent in 2018, according to Marshfield Clinic Health System, resulting in new smoking policies to address the rising public concern.
American universities, which for half a century have attracted the world's best and brightest students, are flushed with international students who made their journeys from all over the globe.
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.
GOP legislators on the Joint Committee on Finance voted to cut the funding in Gov. Tony Evers' biennial budget that would have financed a Medicaid expansion providing health care for 82,000 Wisconsinites.
UW-Madison’s Multicultural Student Center will change leadership as it welcomes new Interim Assistant Dean and Director Ida Balderrama-Trudell, replacing previous MSC leader Gabe Javier as he becomes the new interim associate vice chancellor of student affairs.
A police raid shut down a church distributing sacraments of marijuana Wednesday — but illegal distribution of the drug was only part of the controversy.
When Mara Jarvis from the National Organization for Women’s Madison chapter heard about Alabama’s new law banning most abortions, she felt the need to act.
A suburban Chicago man mistook his mother for an intruder when he repeatedly struck her with a baseball bat, according to his attorney.
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.