The Madison Police Department is looking for a suspect involved in a sexual assault and battery incident that occurred on the 600 block of University Avenue Saturday evening.
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In the early morning of April 7, a woman walking down East Washington Avenue was sexually assaulted by a man she didn’t know.
When Madison Streets Superintendent Charlie Romines woke up on Wednesday, he knew a storm was coming. He just didn’t know how big.
Madison police arrested a suspect Thursday connected to the sexual assault of a 24-year-old on East Johnson Street that occurred earlier this month.
The state’s Joint Committee On Finance approved a plan to provide the UW System over $26 million in performance-based funds.
Come 2024, John Nolen Drive will be in store for a major renovation, city engineers told Madison city council members at a meeting Tuesday.
According to data released by by the city last week, Madison real estate is becoming more expensive — especially if you live downtown.
At the drop of a hat, Dan Bonanno, Madison Magazine’s 2017 Chef of the Year, listed some of the farms he works with directly.
City council members are scheduled to discuss a new liquor license for a proposed arcade bar on Willy Street at Tuesday’s meeting, but the plan has already divided local residents.
A sexual assault was reported on East Johnson Street next to Tenney Park early Saturday morning.
At a press conference Thursday, Madison Mayor Paul Soglin credited Tuesday’s election results to increased turnout among millennials and college students.
In January, the Madison Police Department received 73 calls to service for The Beacon, a homeless day resource center in east Madison. That location was the second-largest call generator that month.
Hours before the election for Branch 1 of the Dane County Circuit Court, the campaign for Shorewood Hills Municipal Judge Marilyn Townsend addressed questions regarding the legitimacy of her legal background and her admittance to the state Bar of Wisconsin.
The city’s Plan Commision is scheduled to take up a demolition request at its meeting Monday for a vacant building at 126 Langdon Street.
While students were away on spring break, police responded to three separate downtown fights, one of which involved a local bar manager.
On April 3, voters around the state will decide not just who will sit on the state Supreme Court but also who will win a variety of local city and county elections. Here in Dane County, those local races include positions for Dane County Supervisor and Dane County Circuit Judge.
An April 3 referendum set to be be voted on by Wisconsinites statewide regarding the elimination of the office of the state treasurer has drawn ire from the Madison Common Council.
“I just want to see change:” Thousands of Madison-area students march on Capitol steps to demand gun reform
In the wake of last month’s mass shooting in Parkland, Fla., local Madison-area high schoolers decided they were tired of being ignored.
The Madison Police and Fire Commision plans to discuss next steps for the Madison Police Department Monday night after a city-funded report found areas of improvement for the department.
Madison’s Equal Opportunities Commission made their final recommendations Thursday to remove two confederate monuments at Forest Hill Cemetery.