Madison activists gathered at the capitol this past Sunday afternoon to protest the Air National Guard’s decision to bring 18 F-35 fighter jets to Madison, calling the F-35s noisy and environmentally damaging.
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The leader of a Republican-led investigation into Wisconsin’s 2020 presidential election reversed his decision to subpoena Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway and City Clerk Maribeth Witzel-Behl.
UW nurses advocated for a resolution to ensure quality patient care through a “fair and fast” union election during Tuesday’s Common Council meeting, citing a lack of coordination from management.
On Thursday, Dane County’s Board of Health responded to a resolution proposed by Dane County’s Board Supervisor Jeff Weigand, which called for an immediate end to the current indoor mask mandate.
During a virtual press conference Friday, Dane County Executive Joe Parisi introduced a new Hotels to Housing initiative to combat homelessness in Dane County.
Michael Johnson, the CEO of the Boys and Girls Club, invited a dozen Dane County community leaders, including Dr. Ruben Anthony, Shon Barnes and Anthony Cooper Sr., to watch the live coverage of the verdict of Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvins trial on Tuesday.
Governor Tony Evers appointed Kalvin Barrett, a former Badger offensive lineman to be the next Dane County Sheriff on Friday, April 2. Barrett will be Dane County’s first Black sheriff.
The joint city-county Public Health department released a order of public health Friday releasing Dane County residents of outdoor capacity limits.
Madison's Finance Committee cast a unanimous vote Monday to implement a pilot program that will designate crisis response teams that will respond to certain behavioral and mental health emergencies instead of the MPD.
The population of homeless Madisonians has increased and the conditions this community has faced have become increasingly precarious in the past year where the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has had severe financial repercussions for Americans. Homelessness has long been an issue experienced by members of the Madison community, a fact most apparent in the downtown area, where dozens of homeless people have no choice but to live on the streets.
Two members of Madison’s Sustainable Committee resigned in response to comments made by committee member Denise DeMarb regarding the death of George Floyd this past Wednesday.