A Dane County judge ruled Friday that the State Street Taco Bell should receive its liquor license after Madison Mayor Paul Soglin vetoed it last December.
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The debate over the Confederate memorial in Forest Hills Cemetery will continue after an alder appealed a city commission’s decision to reject the memorial’s removal.
The Madison Landmarks Commission broke from the Equal Opportunities Commission in recommending that a confederate monument be kept in an area cemetary, with an added display giving context to the memorial.
After Mayor Paul Soglin and Common Council clashed over the sale of alcohol at Taco Bell’s State Street location, the chain is suing for unfair denial of their liquor license.
Tax bill reconciliation could decide the fate of many university-related tax benefits.
A Massage Envy located on McKee Road fired an employee last year after he sexually assaulted a client.
There are currently around 60 city surveillance cameras throughout downtown Madison.
Several alders felt that upholding the veto was a matter of maintaining public health and safety around downtown Madison.
Madison’s Equal Opportunities Commision recommended Thursday that both confederate monuments at Forest Hill cemetery be removed.
A jury found expelled UW-Madison student Nicholas Ralston, first arrested in 2015, not guilty of third-degree sexual assault Wednesday.