The Madison Police Department (MPD) released the name of the suspect of the State Street shooting.
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Madison’s mayoral race kicked off last week with an announcement from a well-known city figure.
University of Wisconsin-Madison students were outraged after someone roamed State Street in an Adolf Hitler costume amid Halloween festivities Saturday evening, numerous social media posts and interviews with The Daily Cardinal revealed. Some feel betrayed by the university’s lack of initiative in responding to the antisemitic incident.
Investigation of Henry Vilas Zoo finds no evidence of discrimination or hostile workplace allegations
An independent investigation into the work culture of Henry Vilas Zoo found no evidence of discrimination or a hostile work environment, despite a history of allegations.
Residents voiced their concerns over Madison Police Department’s proposed budget at the city’s Finance Committee meeting Monday night, citing anxieties over added funding to hire six new officers.
With October around the corner, many University of Wisconsin-Madison students are evaluating whether to resign their leases, but with an added wrench thrown in — price increases. Several apartments told residents in recent weeks prices for the next leasing year will be higher, with inflation as a cause.
The City of Madison canceled Freakfest for the third year in a row.
BREAKING: UWPD issues warning to students following armed robbery near E. Campus Mall and W. Johnson Street
Update: UWPD issues an all-clear at 9:52
Childcare manager and high school parent Laura Simkin won Madison School Board Seat 3 on Tuesday after voicing her support for police in schools.
In the past year, State Street has been a targeted location for redevelopment, a threat to many of Madison’s small businesses.
The Madison Police Department arrested a student Thursday following 911 calls falsely accusing another student of carrying a gun.
Construction on four MMSD schools will begin this spring, following the $317 million referendum approved in fall 2020.
The family and attorney of Quadren Wilson, a 38-year-old Black man, said that he was shot at least five times by a state law enforcement officer Thursday. Wilson was hospitalized after a law enforcement officer allegedly shot him while he was in his car at a stoplight.
Members of a Madison Veterans of Foreign War post uncovered a 53-year-old time capsule.
The City of Madison Landmarks Ordinance Review Committee (LORC) put forth a proposal to update its Historic Preservation Ordinance. The proposed revisions would create a unified approach to altering historic structures within the city’s historic districts.
Over the course of the past decade, as the city’s population has increased, Madison’s historic State Street area has experienced an influx of investment from large business interests.
The Dane County Board passed a proposal last Thursday to obtain legal advice from the Dane County Corporation Counsel regarding how local governments can regulate PFAS usage and cleanup in order to limit contamination.
The Madison city council unanimously voted to adopt a new map updating Madison’s alder districts and wards this Tuesday. The new map is expected to rebalance the city’s population after a decade of growth.
The Common Council denied a vote Tuesday to limit the number of referrals reviewed by the Common Council Executive Committee (CCEC). The motion failed after a 9-to-9 vote.
The City of Madison is considering two plans to redraw district boundaries which would break up District 8, a district that has historically been occupied predominantly by UW-Madison students.