Eighteen-year-old Max Prestigiacomo will serve as Madison’s Common Council District 8 alder after the upcoming April election.
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“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.
With the number of cases of the new strain of coronavirus rapidly increasing, UW-Madison and UW-Platteville seek precautionary measures to protect those on campus from the disease.
Gov. Tony Evers signed an executive order Monday creating a commission to draw new legislative maps following this year’s census without elected officials, lobbyists or consultants.
The city of Madison released a draft of the Special Area Plan for the Oscar Mayer site and surrounding area Thursday in an effort to reuse and redevelop the site.
UW Regent Gerald Whitburn, appointed by former Gov. Scott Walker, resigned Thursday, ending his nearly 10-year tenure, effective immediately.
Former UW-Whitewater Chancellor Beverly Kopper, who left her leadership position following sexual harassment allegations against her husband, retired from the university Jan. 5, the Gazette Xtra reported Friday.
Investigation reveals former UW-La Crosse professor sexually harassed student, behaved inappropriately with others
A UW System investigation found former UW-La Crosse Art Department Chair Joel Elgin sexually harassed a student and engaged in “unacceptable behavior” with other current and former students.
All roads have reopened following a natural gas leak that caused a portion of the downtown Madison area to be closed for nearly three hours.
With an escalating number of farmers committing suicide in Wisconsin, outreach programs with educational seminars and community social circles have worked to curb the crisis.
$2.2 million estimate to restructure city government creates controversy among Common Council members
Madison’s Finance Department has released projected costs for a smaller, full-time, higher-paid City Council in response to a report stating Madison’s local government is largely unaccountable to the citizens they represent.
Local officials report that Foxconn’s development in Southwestern Wisconsin will be worth more than $500 million within the next year, but there are still worries it won’t reach that valuation.
The next president of the UW System may come from outside academia.
Gov. Tony Evers introduced a comprehensive agenda to help combat vaping among Wisconsin youth and educate the public about the negative effects of vaping products.
A bipartisan group of legislators, including Rep. Katrina Shankland, D-Stevens Point, introduced legislation to create a new state trust fund specifically for clean water projects.
In downtown Madison, there are many places to see art from around the world — the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art and the Chazen are popular local spots to view and appreciate the works of a diverse range of artists.
President Donald Trump visited Milwaukee Tuesday, Jan. 14 for a campaign rally in the lead up for his 2020 re-election campaign. But if recent legislation proposed by two Wisconsin state legislators passes, that campaign stop would not have been possible.
Madison and Middleton are among the few Wisconsin cities with surgeons available for people in the transgender, non-binary and gender-expansive communities who wish to undergo gender-affirming surgery.