The College Democrats hosted an early voting event with Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Judge Lisa Neubauer to learn more about her platform before walking to Memorial Union to cast their early votes for the general election Monday.
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A team of UW-Madison researchers released new data that shows saving energy, even by simply turning off a light switch, can save consumers’ lives.
As it prepares for the transition between operators for the Henry Vilas Zoo, Dane County announced it hired a national zoo consultant to help with fundraising while the county board considers a contract for a new operator.
Mixed week for Evers: Republicans reject budget proposals while judge rules lame-duck laws unconstitutional
Last week saw two decisions take place in Madison that sent ripples throughout the capital and state.
UW-Madison will pay $1.5 million to the U.S. Government in a settlement agreement alleging the university overcharged federal agencies for research projects.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order on last Thursday, aiming to enforce the right of free speech and “free inquiry” across campuses nationwide.
Former UW Health doctor Michael Thom was charged with felony and misdemeanor counts of sexual assault last week after a female patient claimed he made inappropriate sexual advances toward her in 2016.
A UW-Milwaukee police officer shot a man on campus near the Peck School’s Fine Arts complex Tuesday morning.
Saying their classes could wait but the climate couldn’t, hundreds of high school students converged on the capitol Friday to call for action on climate change and demand environmental justice.
Alleging unequal pay and opportunity along with a hostile work environment for female doctors, a UW Health anesthesiologist sued the former head of her department and the UW System Board of Regents.
The Whitehorse Middle School principal resigns nearly two weeks after not being charged for allegedly attacking a student in February.
A lack of representatives at the Associated Students of Madison student council meeting coupled with a lack of communication caused the council to be called late and adjourn mid-session Wednesday.
A body was found floating in Lake Mendota near Lake Street early Friday morning.
Concerns over flooding have been raised after a wave of warm weather swept through the Madison area, causing large amounts of snow to melt.
Nails’ Tales, the towering sculpture of footballs standing just outside Camp Randall, may soon be non-existent as UW-Madison makes plans to renovate the area around the university landmark.
After a 2018 survey demonstrated alcohol amplifies racial tensions for students of color, Associated Students of Madison’s Student Council met with the study’s authors to learn more about their findings Wednesday night.
The Wisconsin Union Directorate Society and Politics Committee hosted a roundtable discussion to address campus safety initiatives Wednesday evening.
The UW-Madison student who assaulted a university police officer in Witte Residence Hall earlier this week now faces two felony charges.
Wisconsin joined 19 other states in a lawsuit challenging the national emergency President Donald Trump declared in order to fund a border wall without congressional approval.