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Nearly 100 years after Wisconsin became the first state to ratify the 19th Amendment, Gov. Tony Evers signed Executive Order #19 with an aim to support women throughout Wisconsin today at the Capitol.
Foxconn, the Taiwanese electronics company at the center of a massive statewide controversy, is set to announce the purchase of a downtown Madison property Friday.
The campus that started a tradition of celebrating planet Earth is connecting back to its environmentalist spirits, while integrating its most recent mission: inclusion.
Oneida Nation Chairman, Tehassi Hill delivered the annual State of the Tribes Address where he aimed to strengthen the relationship between the tribal and state governments Tuesday at the Capitol.
Although the musical “Miss Saigon” closed last Sunday after a six-day stint at the Overture Center for the Arts, presented in partnership with Broadway Across America, conversations surrounding Asian American misrepresentation in the musical are far from over.
The Elders-in-Residence Program hosted by the UW-Madison American Indian Studies Department welcomed spring Elder Leland Wigg Wednesday.
"There is no better thing to talk about this week than Marsy's Law," Todd Novak, R-Dodgeville, said during a National Crime Victims’ Rights week press conference in the Senate Chambers Tuesday.
Beloved UW-Madison Varsity Band Director Mike Leckrone faces his final curtain call this weekend at the band’s annual spring concert at the Kohl Center.
The UW-Madison Lakeshore Nature Preserve is currently updating their decade-old master plan by creating a comprehensive strategic planning process to guide the use and management of the preserve.
UW System officials and Wisconsin’s 12 Native Nation tribes are at the beginning of an effort to increase enrollment and improve graduation rates of indigenous students.
Madison Water Utility announced Tuesday that four city wells were found to contain trace amounts of a contaminant, though they did not advise closing them.
In light of a U.S. Court of Appeals permitting Wisconsin’s dismissal from the multi-state lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act Tuesday, Gov. Tony Evers called out the GOP for “blocking the will of the people” by previously stopping the expansion of health care.
Through policy change, staff integration and more welcoming spaces, the UW-Madison School of Nursing aimed to create more positive relationships between medical practitioners and LGBTQ+ patients by hosting the first Wisconsin LGBTQ+ Health Summit.
On a day forecast to be cold and rainy, Madisonians will turn out to “feel the Bern” at a rally for Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders Friday afternoon.
April 8 at 5 p.m. marks the start of a 1,848-minute-long Day of the Badger put on by the University of Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association.
After Gov. Tony Evers fired two UW System regents last month, Regents Scott Beightol and Torrey Teideman returned to work in open defiance of the governor Thursday.
Two separate incidents involving paintball and BB guns landed five suspects in jail over the weekend, according to Madison police.
Nearly 30 UW-Madison students traveled to Washington D.C. last weekend where they were educated on social justice issues, including a policy that cuts funding from foreign non-governmental organizations that offer abortion consulting, referrals or education.
When the results of Tuesday’s election came in, it was clear Satya Rhodes-Conway had pulled off a statement election over incumbent Mayor Paul Soglin.
For the first time in 10 years, nonpartisan redistricting legislation was introduced in the governor’s proposed budget. Gov. Tony Evers believes the move will create more equitable elections and check what he sees as long-standing Republican gerrymandering practices.