With a thriving bar scene and party scene and relaxed state-wide drinking laws, the University of Wisconsin-Madison consistently makes the cut as being a top party school. Despite this drinking scene being heavily connoted with attending the university, a sizable portion of the student body does not drink.
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A wrongful death lawsuit was filed Tuesday against Democratic Senate Minority Leader Janet Bewley (D-Mason) following her involvement in a July fatal car accident that killed a five-year-old girl and her mother. Bewley was not injured in the accident.
What began as an April Fool’s Day joke has turned into Culver’s most in-demand item: the Curderburger.
Recent college graduates in Wisconsin are choosing to live elsewhere post-graduation, a trend that isn’t new. Wisconsin has been among the top ten states with a negative retention rate with their new college graduates from 1980 to the most recent study in 2017. Illinois and Minnesota were the top two choices of location among college graduates from Wisconsin.
Ten Republican senators would need to back the Respect for Marriage Act for it to pass in the U.S. Senate. Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) is the leading Democrat attempting to get Republican senators to back the bill which would codify same-sex and interracial marriage if passed.
A new poll from Marquette University Law School found an even tighter race for Wisconsin’s Democratic Senate ticket between Alex Lasry and Mandela Barnes. Lt. Gov. Barnes was favored by 19% of respondents while Lasry, a Milwaukee Bucks executive, was favored by 16%.
The body of 10-year-old Illiana “Lily” M. Peters, who went missing Sunday night, has been found in Chippewa Falls Monday morning. Her bike was first found Monday morning before police found her body in a nearby wooded area.
Meet Steven Olikara, the only UW-Madison alum running for U.S. Senate and working to unseat Sen. Ron Johnson this fall. Olikara graduated from UW-Madison in 2012, becoming one of the university’s first environmental studies degree holders.
Three days into a thousand mile hike, Andrew Nowak found himself with a broken foot. Walking uphill against traffic on Lake Michigan’s shoreline, Nowak felt a click in his heel. He continued walking 36 miles with that stress fracture before making it to his pick up site. He took a week off to heal before continuing his quest to hike the entire 1,200 mile Ice Age Trail.
Gov. Tony Evers signed two bills into law aimed at providing restaurants across Wisconsin with financial relief at Coopers Tavern in Madison Monday morning. Evers was joined by other area restaurant owners, and the bills that received bipartisan support.
Gov. Tony Evers and the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) announced Monday that $1 million is available in funding through the Expanded Wisconsin Fast Forward program aimed at teacher training and recruitment.
Four people were shot, including three fatally, following a domestic dispute in an apartment complex in Brown Deer, Wis. Saturday morning. The relationships between the victims are still unclear, but police believe at least two of the individuals knew each other.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court agreed in a 4-3 decision to leave in place a ruling on the use of ballot drop boxes through Feb.15. This ruling comes just 2 weeks before the primary election, made to preserve the existing election protocol.
A red Ford Escape driven by a 39-year-old Milwaukee man plowed through a Christmas parade in Waukesha on Nov. 20. 60 people were struck by the SUV, leaving 62 injured and 6 dead. School in Waukesha was closed the following Monday.
Voters in the Mequon-Thiensville school district elected to keep the incumbent school board members in their seats on Tuesday. All four incumbents being recalled, Akram Khan, Chris Schultz, Erik Hollander and Wendy Francour, kept their positions by large margins.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court heard arguments from a citizens conversation group opposing Kohler Co.’s plan to build a golf course on Kohler-Andrae State Park on Friday. Friends of the Black River Forest cited environmental, cultural and economic concerns regarding the golf course.
State Sen. Melissa Agard (D-Madison), along with other democrats, introduced two new pieces of gun control legislation last week. One bill aims to expand background checks throughout the state, while the other would establish a risk protection order system.
New confirmed cases of COVID-19 are rising in Wisconsin as public health officials warn about the spread of variants in the state.
Last week, Gov. Tony Evers signed into law on Friday a measure allowing retailers to sell cocktails and wine to-go after the bill received broad bipartisan support in the state legislature.