The Wisconsin Department of Health confirmed three people have tested positive for COVID-19 Wednesday — doubling the total number of confirmed cases in Wisconsin to six.
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Thirty Wisconsin Democrats have proposed a state-wide minimum wage increase to $15, matching the nationwide proposal passed by the U.S. House of Representatives.
The Wisconsin Department of Health and Dane County announced Tuesday a third person in Wisconsin — Dane County specifically — has tested positive for COVID-19.
The Madison Finance Committee passed a resolution creating the LGBTQ+ Rainbow Murals and Crossings Art Pilot Program at its Monday meeting, effectively authorizing the City of Madison and a vendor to install the murals at specific pedestrian and roadway locations.
Residents from around Madison attended Four Star Video’s launch party Saturday at its new W. Gilman St. location.
As the U.S. Supreme Court begins to hear cases that could challenge Roe v. Wade, two Democratic legislators proposed two bills Wednesday to ensure Wisconsinites get deserved medical treatment under its current constitutional protections.
Gov. Tony Evers appointed nonprofit leader Héctor Colón to the UW System Board of Regents Thursday, according to a press release.
UW-Milwaukee Chancellor Mark Mone announced a voluntary buyout offer to senior faculty members Monday amid a $7 million revenue loss, partly due to decreases in student enrollment and tuition freeze.
Supervisor Heidi Wegleitner of District 2 presented a resolution to the county board urging her fellow supervisors to officially oppose the force beddown of F-35s at Traux Field Thursday night.
An email was sent to all residents of Witte Residence Hall Friday morning announcing the death of a student and member of the 8th floor community.
Gov. Tony Evers authorized the state to join a multi-state lawsuit against Pres. Donald Trump to prevent the reallocation of defense funds to the country’s southern border wall.
While she felt no personal threat, Laura Buckman, a UW-Madison junior studying abroad in Italy, was disheartened to learn she must leave the country at the university’s request due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19, formerly known as Novel Coronavirus.
While COVID-19 has begun to spread across the U.S., Wisconsin officials ruled out declaring a state of emergency for now as the state and UW-Madison prepare emergency plans.
UW-Madison student Elena Haasl is hoping to bring student representation to the Dane County Board of Supervisors.
The first female chancellor in the 129-year history of UW-Stout assumed her role Sunday — the first day of Women’s History Month.
Gov. Tony Evers signed four bills Tuesday addressing substance abuse with programs designed to specifically monitor and study opioid use disorder.
The City of Madison’s task force on public golf courses will be hosting public meetings and an online forum in March to receive feedback from residents regarding the future of its courses.
U.S. Sen. Tammy Balwin, D-Wis., joined a bipartisan group of senators calling for a change in requirements to a U.S. Department of Agriculture program blocking rural communities in 19 states from funding for rural broadband expansion.
UW-Stevens Point Chancellor Bernie Patterson announced plans to retire at the end of 2020 on Monday.
Over two weeks after he was last seen, police continue to search for UW-Milwaukee freshman Sean Baek who disappeared after he and another student took LSD in the early hours of Feb. 14.