As 2019 came to a close, I set aside some time for introspection and thought of everything I had been through in the last year. There were some lows and unprecedented highs. The year may have peaked and troughed like a sine curve, but I knew I could move into the next decade happy with everything that had transpired in 2019. Soon, however, I came across an article reviewing the major global news stories of 2019, which refreshed memories I had hoped to flush out of my mind.
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The Bail Phondraiser is a fundraiser aimed at helping Dane County residents pay cash bails while awaiting trial — with pho.
“It’s impossible to ignore the fact that in addition to today’s officer-involved shooting at Oshkosh West, the Sparta School District is closed due to security threats, and that this happened just a day after we had another school shooting at Waukesha South,” Gov. Tony Evers said in a press statement after two days of back-to-back school shootings shook communities across the state.
Twenty percent of women will be sexually assaulted at some point in their lives — but that number jumps to 45 percent when applied to Native American women, according to the National Sexual Violence Research Center.
Petitioners appealing the expansion project of the Dane County Salvation Army homeless shelter on East Washington Avenue may be disappointed to learn they did not meet Madison City Ordinance requirements.
As the Midwest gears up for the upcoming presidential election, some Democratic organizations in Minnesota value working with Wisconsin, while others believe the states’ political demographics are too dissimilar for effective collaboration.
"If you don't smoke or vape, please don't start. But if you do, I urge you to get help and stop immediately," warned 16-year-old Logan Kran.
Madison will receive $7 million in federal grant money from the Department of Transportation in its efforts to improve infrastructure across the country, according to the city.
Students protested UW-Madison Housing’s lack of attention to students of color Monday outside Slichter’s Housing Office.
After the Madison Metropolitan School District denied the release of public records to an anonymous person, the Wisconsin Transparency Project joined in a lawsuit to grant those requests.
A police officer shot an armed 17-year-old student during a school-wide lock down at Waukesha South High School Monday morning.
Gov. Tony Evers acts on transportation initiatives with a new bill, as well as announced that the Wisconsin's bipartisan Transportation Projects Commission will hold a meeting for the first time in five years.
Gov. Tony Evers signed bill modifying the definition of hemp to match federal law, aiming to support the recent “exponential” growth of production across the state.
UW-Madison student Max Prestigiacomo announced his run Monday for Madison Common Council.
The League of Women Voters of Wisconsin motioned to join as a defendant in a lawsuit in Ozaukee County Friday to prevent voters from being “purged” from voting rolls “unlawfully.”
Of the 8,652 students UW-Madison surveyed in 2016, 1,038 students reported they were struggling with housing or food insecurity, according to the 2016 Campus Climate Survey.
Campus Cycling, a new indoor cycling studio, has replaced Cyc Fitness, a popular indoor spin studio on University Avenue, which closed in October due to corporate issues.
Gov. Tony Evers took action on a number of education bills last week, passing three bills aiming to increase the number of teachers in the state and vetoing one related to student privacy.
Getting around campus during winter in Wisconsin can be tough. Between the snow and ice, some UW-Madison students are bound to slip a few times per season — but campus can be more treacherous for students with disabilities.
Being welcoming and accommodating are essential to people with disabilities and integral to adaptive fitness programs, according to Tim Gattenby, a distinguished faculty associate in the kinesiology department — and creator of a new UW-Madison certificate program.