Over 300 sexual assaults were reported to UW-Madison in 2017, according to data released Wednesday, and while the number was on par with last year, reports increased by just over 100 cases since 2015.
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The franchiser of Taco Bell announced today a lawsuit against the City of Madison, for the unfair denial of a liquor license, furthering the months-long battle over alcohol sales at the restaurant's new Cantina on State Street.
Downtown Madison saw several crime incidents this past weekend, including a robbery in a Gilman Street apartment and a speeding ticket for the driver of a car that slid through the intersection of University Ave. and N. Basset St.
After 10 years in Madison’s downtown area, local music venue The Frequency will be closing on June 30.
The second reported sexual assault in two days allegedly occurred on Madison’s near East side Monday morning.
In a year where multiple groups have expressed frustration with the process to receive student funds, the Student Services Finance Committee is grappling with a survey showing half of all groups seeking money felt the board didn’t create a welcoming environment.
A group of UW-Madison students are participating in a nationwide project aimed at creating beautiful pieces of jewelry, using sustainable and ethical practices.
The UW-Madison Sea Grant Institute, which focuses on the preservation of the Great Lakes, announced Thursday a $2.8 million donation to fund research in the coming year.
A Madison area charter school petitioned the Madison Metropolitan School Board Monday to allow the school to continue recruiting students through a dual-lottery process.
Twelve UW-Madison faculty members will be honored this April with the university’s annual Distinguished Teaching Awards.
Just six percent of UW-Madison students turned out to vote in the Associated Students of Madison elections this spring, down from nine percent in last spring’s general election and the lowest turnout in 10 years.
In an effort to prevent falsely inflated prices on common prescription drugs, Wisconsin lawmakers proposed a bill Tuesday that would give State Attorney General Brad Schimel increased power to hold drug companies accountable.
When Rebecca Radue began her work providing psychiatry services in rural Wisconsin, she met patients who had previously driven from Green Bay to Wausau and back, just to receive psychiatric care.
Former UW-Madison Chancellor Donna Shalala announced her candidacy for Congress in a Miami district late Tuesday.
The Dane County Regional Airport released Monday seeking proposals for a new solar development plan which, when implemented, will be the second largest in the state.
UW-Stevens Point is facing a $4.5 million structural deficit, mainly due to declining enrollment and state budget cuts.
When Rebekah Paré was studying jazz piano in college, she didn’t imagine the skills she was learning in her music theory classes would someday be directly applicable to a career outside of piano performance.
Nearly half of all undergraduate Native American women on the UW-Madison campus have experienced sexual assault, according to a 2015 campus survey on the issue.
UW-Madison’s athletic board voted Friday to increase the price of student section football season tickets. The vote led to a discussion on the chronic lateness of students attending football games, an issue the program has tried unsuccessfully to address in the past.
Public employees in Wisconsin could face an uphill climb when seeking abortion services under a new bill advanced by state Republicans this week.