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SSFC Rep. Henry Galles was one of six total representatives up for impeachment Thursday.
Gov. Scott Walker is going on the offensive following loses for Republicans at the polls on Tuesday, taking to Twitter to emphasize his worry about a potential “Blue Wave” in the state and the effects it could have on his conservative base. Walker’s statements come following a string of liberal victories within Wisconsin.
The Trump administration announced Monday a plan to roll back environmental standards, but Madison leaders are pushing back on the efforts, which would eliminate greenhouse gas reduction and fuel efficiency standards for American-made cars.
At a press conference Thursday, Madison Mayor Paul Soglin credited Tuesday’s election results to increased turnout among millennials and college students.
To allow for greater discussion among the campus community, UW System President Ray Cross said Thursday that conversation on UW-Stevens Point’s controversial proposal to chop 13 humanities majors will continue next fall to allow for full shared governance engagement.
A search and screen committee has named three finalists for the position of vice chancellor for student affairs at UW–Madison, the university announced Thursday.
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.
Madison officials and civil rights leaders hosted a commemorative rally Wednesday to celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr. on the 50th anniversary of his death.
Greeted by a hometown crowd at the Goodman Community Center on Madison’s east side, U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Wis., focused on gun reform and the federal budget in his first town hall style meeting of the year.
In a year where multiple groups have expressed frustration with the process to receive student funds, the Student Services Finance Committee is grappling with a survey showing half of all groups seeking money felt the board didn’t create a welcoming environment.
In an effort to increase transparency regarding the prevention of sexual assault and the steps taken by UW-Madison after a case is reported, Associated Students of Madison hosted a panel of staff members involved in the processes Wednesday night.
A group of athletic-wear-clad people sit on the wooden floor of Gym 6 in UW-Madison’s Natatorium. They spike a ball over a net like any other volleyball match. In this game, though, the net sits 3.5 feet above the ground, and players must remain seated during the game.
A group of UW-Madison students has taken advocating for undocumented students into their own hands.
As the opioid crisis puts an increased strain on Wisconsin’s foster care system, Gov. Scott Walker signed a package of bills into law to increase support for children in the program.
Susan Crawford won the contested battle for Dane County Circuit Court Judge, Branch 1, while Gloria Reyes beat out incumbent Anna Moffit for seat one on the school board in the Wisconsin 2018 Spring Elections.
After postponing a vote on legislation that would allow first-year representation on the body, the Associated Students of Madison passed it on the first of two votes Tuesday night.
Gov. Scott Walker signed legislation Tuesday prohibiting state health insurance plans’ coverage of abortions, handing state employees an uphill battle in terms of accessing the service.
After a contentious and bitter race, Milwaukee County Judge Rebecca Dallet defeated Judge Michael Screnock of Sauk County in Tuesday’s state Supreme Court election by a wide margin.