As Wisconsin experiences a shortage in mental health services, the number of suicides has spiked, influencing advocates and leaders to raise their voices together in hopes of reducing the rate and improving access to care.
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The UW System Board of Regents have signed a five-year deal with the Education Advisory Board to improve retention and graduation rates Tuesday.
The Society of Women Engineers held a welding seminar where women in the engineering college were able to come to the Technical Education and Manufacturing lab and make their own union chairs on Tuesday evening.
UW-Madison graduate schools once again ranked among the best in the nation, according to new findings by U.S. News & World Report.
Dane County Executive Joe Parisi made his first-ever endorsement of a political candidate Tuesday, throwing his support behind Madison mayoral candidate Satya Rhodes-Conway.
As part of Gov. Tony Evers' proposed budget, Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes announced a plan that could potentially help UW System graduates restructure their student loans Monday.
The Lincoln Hills School for Boys and Copper Lake School for Girls will finally see closure after Governor Tony Evers announced the two cities selected to house new facilities in hopes of creating a safer environment for the incarcerated juveniles Tuesday.
University Health Services Suicide Prevention Coordinator Valerie Donovan discussed the climate of suicide on UW-Madison’s campus, along with ways students can connect to mental health support, at an Evidence-based Health Policy Project brief at the Wisconsin Capitol.
Almost 150 days after submitting a request to Immigration and Customs Enforcement, U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Wisconsin, released data showing no undocumented persons arrested during the September raids in Dane County were violent felons in a press conference on Monday afternoon at the Capitol.
Early voting for the contentious Wisconsin Supreme Court race between Waukesha Court of Appeals Judges Brian Hagedorn and Judge Lisa Neubauer commenced Monday.
Following a complaint filed against Madison Mayor Paul Soglin by a former city employee, City Assessor Michelle Drea responded with evidence that the alleged action would be impossible to execute.
For the first time since 1916, the Democratic National Convention will be held in the Midwest outside of Chicago — in our own backyard, Milwaukee.
An anti-weed forum held in Waukesha brought attention to the politically polarizing issue of marijuana legalization in Wisconsin Thursday.
Stolen cars and fatal heroin overdoses have been on the rise in Madison since the beginning of 2019, according to Madison Police Department Chief Mike Koval.
The UW-Milwaukee professor who was charged for sexual assault last week emphasized his role in the student’s success at the university prior to assaulting her, according to a criminal complaint.
University of Wisconsin System schools, including UW-Madison, are launching a new initiative that will modernize administrative processes in response to the expanding teaching and research environment on campuses across the state.
UW-Madison’s Teaching Assistant’s Association will consider leading a class-action lawsuit against state officials for their failure to challenge the constitutionality of Foxconn’s contract.
Madison Ald. David Ahrens, District 15, will run for a vacant seat on the Dane County Board of Supervisors, he told the Cap Times Thursday.
Assembly members voiced support for a bill aimed at easing restrictions on expungements with a goal of filling more jobs in the state.
UW-Madison’s Memorial Union auditorium buzzed with hundreds of students, faculty and community members who awaited Tarana Burke, the founder of the Me Too movement, to speak.