Wendy Li decided to go to graduate school last year, leaving a career in Washington, D.C. to come to UW-Madison. But just months into her stint in Wisconsin, the first-year Ph.D. student knows Congress’ tax bill could alter her life dramatically.
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Gov. Scott Walker is moving forward with a plan to drug test food stamp recipients, disregarding critics who say such an effort is a waste of taxpayer money, based on false stereotypes of welfare recipients, and unconstitutional.
Bouncers at a downtown bar called police for help after a fight involving about 20 people got out of control early Sunday morning.
A domestic dispute that started early Sunday morning escalated when good samaritans tried to intervene and found themselves at gunpoint.
Two armed suspects entered a house near campus Saturday night, pointed guns at the residents and battered one victim’s face, according to a Madison Police Department incident report.
UW-Madison’s student government has come out against a new plan that requires housing residents to spend at least $1,400 at dining halls in a year, joining other prominent campus groups including the school’s College Democrats and Working Class Student Union.
A new dining policy has sparked backlash on campus, but UW-Madison housing leaders are hoping that providing additional information will help quell students’ concerns.
If UW-Madison Libraries sticks to its “master plan,” the school will see a new south campus library and a significant restructuring of Memorial Library within the next 20-25 years.
If the controversial GOP tax bill passes Congress, UW-Madison could lose significant money used for scholarships for low-income students.
A homeless man was arrested after he attacked other homeless individuals near UW-Madison’s campus Friday night.
Gov. Scott Walker signed two bills into law Monday aimed at helping Wisconsin’s homeless population.
Tony Evers is being sued for allegedly overreaching on his authority to make rules as the state’s education superintendent — but he and his department are denying the claim, citing similar cases they’ve won in the past.
For Bernadette Galvez, a child setting a fire is no small matter — she knows that if preventative measures are not taken when kids are young, curiosity about fire can lead to dangerous behavior and serious disciplinary action when they get older.
A 26-year-old man tried to end his own life at the Dane County Jail Thursday, making him at least the eighth inmate to attempt suicide since August.
Reported bias-related incidents at UW-Madison increased this spring from the same period in 2016, with incidents involving race or ethnicity making up 36 percent of the reports.
Just months after the Associated Students of Madison passed controversial legislation to divest from certain corporations — including some that do business with Israel — another Big Ten student government took even more drastic action Wednesday.
Creating a false identity online and using it to manipulate another person — a phenomenon commonly known as “catfishing” — is currently permitted under Wisconsin law. A bipartisan bill is looking to change that.
Until Saturday, children under the age of 10 were prohibited from hunting in Wisconsin. But now, thanks to a law signed by Gov. Scott Walker this weekend, any kid can shoot.
The Madison City Council will begin their budget deliberations Monday, and alders will debate a number of provisions with the potential to affect students and other city residents.
Madison residents could soon face fines if they park on the wrong side of the street, as city-wide parking rules for the winter go into effect this week.