Madison police arrested a 20-year-old homeless man Tuesday for “lewd behavior” after exposing himself Monday afternoon during a funeral memorial service.
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Dane County announced Tuesday a restorative justice pilot program to reduce the number of citations youth receive and decrease the likelihood of repeat offenders later in life.
Dane County released a report investigating the county government’s practices and proposed a four-year plan to promote racial equity in various operations, from hiring practices to community outreach.
Members of Madison’s Plan Commission unanimously approved a proposal Monday to rezone a downtown area from a housing friendly residential zone to a commercial friendly mixed-use one.
Gov. Scott Walker responded in a letter to Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin Chairman Gary Besaw Monday, explaining his reasoning for rejecting the Menominee’s latest offer on the proposed Menominee-Hard Rock Casino and Hotel in Kenosha.
UW-Madison political science professor Ken Mayer testified in the ongoing redistricting lawsuit Thursday that the Latino vote would be significantly diminished under the new state election maps drawn by Republicans.
The Common Council voted down an amendment to the current Operating Budget to review a potential ownership model for the Overture Center during Tuesday's meeting.
Members of the Student Labor Action Coalition claim the University of Wisconsin administration invaded their privacy by obtaining their organizational e-mail, a charge the university has deemed false.
The Wisconsin state legislature aims to change UW-Madison's current process of purchasing campus food. The new prime vendor system would involve working with only one distributor.