The UW System Board of Regents approved tuition increases Friday for both undergraduate and graduate students at six campuses, most going into effect the next academic year.
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In a near-unanimous voice vote Tuesday night, Madison’s City Council adopted an ordinance to limit the use of single-use plastics in restaurants.
After announcing plans to help the agricultural economy, Gov. Tony Evers proposed expanding the UW-Madison Division of Extension with more agents to expand its reach across the state.
The Wisconsin Department Health Services announced Wednesday there is a person with coronavirus in the state.
Despite vote against resolution banning Native American mascots in high schools, activists still push for change
Wisconsin school boards voted against a ban of Native American mascots at the Wisconsin Association of School Boards’ meeting Jan. 22, despite a lot of activist support.
After the Department of Justice discovered almost 7,000 untested sexual assault kits in hospitals and law enforcement agencies across the state in 2014, Attorney General Josh Kaul and local lawmakers introduced the first state guidelines in Wisconsin on how to process them.
While resolutions honoring longtime city employees are often unanimous among City Council members, efforts to honor retired Madison Police Department Chief Mike Koval have created controversy among city alders.
Nineteen percent of the UW System’s fall 2017 incoming freshman class were required to take remedial math courses. Broken down by race and ethnicity, African-American, Hispanic or American-Indian students had the highest percentages of required remedial math classes, according to a System report.
A recent study released last Friday from the Wisconsin Policy Forum suggested less than half of Wisconsin’s high school juniors meet the ACT score benchmark to show their preparedness for college.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, said he believes new legislative maps for 2021 will probably end in a court battle under divided state government.
Max Prestigiacomo, the next Alder of District 8, endorsed fellow UW-Madison student Elena Haasl for the Dane County Board of Supervisors District 5 seat Sunday.
UW-Whitewater announced plans Jan. 23 to cut $12 million from its budget and lay off employees to make up for enrollment declines over the past four years.
Madison East High School teacher David Kruchten was charged Wednesday in federal court with attempting to produce child pornography, after coming under scrutiny in December when students found cameras in their hotel rooms during a school trip.
Following the passage of the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement trade deal by President Donald Trump Wednesday, farmers in Wisconsin are hopeful it will help bring stability after several years of economic problems.
For UW-Madison students experiencing a mental health crisis next year, the number to call for help could be as close as the back of their student ID.
Democratic lawmakers introduced new legislature Monday to invest millions of dollars to expand access to broadband in rural Wisconsin.
Eighteen-year-old Max Prestigiacomo will serve as Madison’s Common Council District 8 alder after the upcoming April election.
“2020 feels worse, as far as regards to the safety of Jewish people, than it did in 2010,” Head of Chabad House Rabbi Mendel said. “That, of course, is working backward.”
Democratic legislators announced details Tuesday on how Gov. Tony Evers’ plan to provide resources to Wisconsin’s rural communities and agricultural producers will be implemented across the state.
The City of Madison announced its induction into the AARP Network of Age-Friendly communities due to Mayor Rhodes-Conway’s efforts in creating inclusive facilities for residents of all ages.