The Dane County Medical Examiner’s Office identified a UW-Madison doctor and her husband Wednesday as the two victims of a double-homicide at the UW Arboretum earlier in the week.
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The 2020 Democratic National Convention has been postponed to mid-August as organizers attempt to navigate the coronavirus pandemic, the Democratic National Committee announced Thursday.
With social distancing guidelines keeping everyone apart and many away from campus, the Associated Students of Madison gathered over video conference for their student council meeting Wednesday and passed a resolution supporting UW-Madison’s fair trade efforts.
‘Going viral’ with COVID-19: One UW-Madison student’s unexpected rise to fame amid a global pandemic
Laying bedridden and alone in her Madison apartment one March evening, Amy Shircel believed she was on the brink of death.
Gov. Tony Evers was joined by every member of Wisconsin’s congressional delegation in calling on support from national officials to receive additional resources more quickly in the state’s fight against the coronavirus outbreak.
The UW-Madison Police Department is currently investigating a homicide discovered Tuesday morning at the UW Arboretum.
University Health Services encourages students to continue reaching out amid novel coronavirus pandemic
A UW-Madison student experience is now different than many are used to due to rules and regulations put in place for the safety of the Madison community.
UW-Madison announced it will bring in an outside shipping and packing company to pack and store the belongings of approximately 4,000 students in residence halls.
A Madison Metro Transit bus driver recently tested positive for COVID-19, according to an email sent by interim Transit General Manager Natalie Erdma to employees Wednesday.
As students begin online courses, UW-Madison announces special pass/fail grading option for spring semester
UW-Madison has a longstanding and prominent reputation of protesting and political activism on campus, so much so that The Daily Cardinal was planning to devote an entire issue of our print paper to the topic before going remote.
In response to multiple student petitions, UW-Madison released a statement Tuesday committing to income continuation for all nonessential student employees through early April amid COVID-19 closures.
Public Health Madison and Dane County confirmed an individual in their late 70s passed away from the novel coronavirus Wednesday, making it the first death in Dane County.
Following Gov. Tony Evers' order Tuesday to close all nonessential businesses and gathering places in an attempt to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, state health officials warned that more than 20,000 Wisconsinites could contract COVID-19 if the edict is not followed.
After holding out as long as possible, UW-Madison announced Monday that it would postpone its spring commencement ceremonies due to rising concerns related to the COVID-19 virus.
Governor Tony Evers announced Monday a “Safer at Home” order, instructing Wisconsinites to remain in their homes starting this week to battle the COVID-19 outbreak.
Two men in Wisconsin — one in Fond du Lac County and the other in Ozaukee County — have died due to the novel Coronavirus, Gov. Tony Evers announced Thursday.
Director of University Housing Jeff Novak confirmed the possibility of using UW-Madison’s residence hall rooms to house overflow from local hospitals facing bed shortages Wednesday.
In-person classes canceled for remainder of semester: UW-Madison adds to growing list of restrictions
Less than a week after UW-Madison decided to move all classes online until April 10 to contain the spread of COVID-19, the university extended its original edict Tuesday through the remainder of the semester.
To contain the transmission of the spreading coronavirus in Wisconsin, Gov. Tony Evers ordered the state Department of Health Services to close all K-12 schools, both public and private, on Friday.