Public Health Madison & Dane County announced its intention to issue Face Covering Emergency Order #6 on Jan. 3, extending the county-wide indoor mask mandate until Feb. 1, 2022.
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University of Wisconsin-Madison health services reported 75 positive COVID-19 tests among students Thursday, the highest number of confirmed cases in a single day yet this semester. The previous high was 65 cases one Sept. 16, a week after fall semester began.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison will be closing several of its testing sites this spring, including Union South, Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation and the Holt Center. With only the University Club still offering COVID-19 testing, UW will be pivoting to offer at-home rapid tests.
The District 5 Dane County Supervisor and University of Wisconsin-Madison student Elean Haasl announced today that they do not intend to run for a second term in the upcoming 2022 election.
Madison has long had a unique political relationship with the student body of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with students making up roughly 17% of the Madison population as well as a considerable majority of the eight aldermanic district.
The Madison Diocese has instructed over one hundred local parishes not to host COVID-19 vaccination clinics in buildings associated with the Catholic church, including churches and schools, following a new federal action making children ages 5-11 eligible for vaccination.
The Madison and larger Dane County area has long had a unique political relationship with the student body of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with students making up roughly 17 and 8% of the Madison and Dane County population, respectively — meaning that students make up a considerate voting block in local elections
The Wisconsin Department of Justice confirmed Monday that the Madison Police Department officer injured by a gunshot during a confrontation outside of Mondays bar on State Street was shot by a fellow officer — not the suspect Katoine Richardson as was initially reported.
Nineteen-year-old Katoine Richardson, who was arrested following a confrontation outside of Mondays Bar where a Madison Police Department officer sustained a gunshot wound, did not fire a weapon at officers according to his attorney, Stanley Woodard.
Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway released her $355.2 million capital budget for 2022 Tuesday, which aims to help to address issues brought about during the COVID-19 pandemic.
More than 1,000 pro-choice advocates marched down State Street to Capitol Square this Saturday afternoon to demonstrate against recent restrictions being placed on access to abortion in Texas. Earlier in the day, pro-life advocates held a similar event in the downtown area, with the two groups engaging in minor confrontations.
Madison police officer placed on leave after video circulates allegedly showing officer committing a sexual act in a squad car
A Madison police officer was placed on administrative leave late Thursday evening after the Madison Police Department received a video allegedly showing the officer performing a sexual act in the back of a squad car.
A Madison resident, 29-year-old Brandon Nelson, pled guilty Wednesday to a misdemeanor charge committed in relation to the Jan. 6 insurrection in Washington, D.C.
Dane County Public Health officials have issued an indoor mask mandate scheduled to take effect at 12:01 am this upcoming Thursday.
According to recently released data from the census bureau, the population of Dane County increased by approximately 15% during the past decade, making Dane county the fastest growing area in all of Wisconsin.
Dane County officials released a public statement on May 18 announcing that all health orders regarding COVID-19, including mask mandates and indoor gathering limits, will be lifted starting June 2. The announcement comes 10 months after Dane County Health officials implemented their first public health order.
National Railroad Passenger Corporation Amtrak released an “aspirational” 15 year proposal Wednesday to connect Madison to a series of railways that would span the nation. Amtrack’s proposal comes just before president Biden unveiled a massive $2 billion infrastructure project that almost certainly will allocate funds towards railway transportation.
Madisonians will decide which local candidates will serve on the common council for a two year term during the April 6 elections.
More than one-third of Dane County’s population has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccination, including almost 90% of individuals over the age of 65, according to statistics released by Public Health.
The City of Madison announced it was unable to clearly identify which alder referred to a local activist as a c*nt during a Common Council meeting this past fall. However, investigators revealed that they have narrowed the possibility of which alder used the vulgarity down to four individuals.