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Former UW-Madison student Alec Cook will face seven separate trials in sexual assault cases involving nearly a dozen women, a county judge ruled Thursday, with the first trial slated to happen in February 2018.
An international energy conference scheduled to be held in Madison this month has been cancelled after the Trump administration denied several key Africa-based presenters visas to enter the country.
Two Dane County Jail inmates attempted suicide Wednesday morning in separate incidents that were eventually thwarted by prison staff.
Click on the location points for more information about upcoming projects near UW-Madison included in the 2018 capital budget Mayor Paul Soglin announced Tuesday.
A 29-year-old Madison man was knocked unconscious downtown early Sunday morning after being involved in what seems to have been a racially-motivated argument.
With summer coming to an end, the days are getting shorter—as is the time spent mooching off your friend’s air conditioning. What’s only getting larger, though, is the amount of great TV headed your way. Just in time for a new semester of classes, networks and streaming services alike are bringing forward a new season of shows as the perfect distraction. I could write an entire novel about this year’s fall TV lineup, but I have narrowed it down to the six I’m most excited for:
A 20-year-old Madison man was arrested Tuesday after he allegedly punched two people repeatedly near the UW-Madison campus.
After a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va. erupted into violence and ended with the death of a counter-protester, Madison Mayor Paul Soglin has directed staff to remove two Confederate monuments located in a city cemetery.
Defense attorneys are seeking 11 separate trials for all charges brought against expelled UW-Madison student Alec Cook.
A former UW-Madison student was found not guilty Wednesday of a felony sexual assault charge, though he seemingly admitted to sexually assaulting a sleeping peer in a campus residence hall in 2015.
At least two people were injured in a robbery at a campus-area apartment Monday that was initially reported by WKOW 27 News as a shooting. According to WKOW, police said one person suffered a gunshot wound, but the Madison Police Department officer in charge told The Daily Cardinal there were no shots fired.
Expelled UW-Madison student Alec Shiva, who was accused last November of sexually assaulting another student in a campus dorm room while high on LSD, pleaded guilty to three felonies and two misdemeanors Wednesday.
Madison police are investigating a sexual assault reported on the 400 block of North Henry Street early Saturday morning.
The trial for a UW student charged with sexual assault in 2015 begins tomorrow. Here's what you need to know.
More than two years after the alleged assault was first reported, former UW-Madison student Nicholas Ralston now heads to trial.
Suspended UW-Madison student Nathan Friar—who was found guilty in April of second-degree sexual assault and use of force and accused of strangulation and suffocation—will not serve prison time, a county judge ruled Friday at a sentencing hearing.
Tuition rates are on the rise.
Eaux Claires 2017: Danny Brown, Spank Rock, cup bring a downpour of eclectic sounds to festival-goers
In its third year, the Wisconsin-based music festival Eaux Claires continued its tradition of bringing together artists from across the world for a slew of astonishing live performances. Focusing on artist collaboration, experimentation and exploration, the festival fuzed genres ranging from folk and indie rock to classical and hip-hop.
Expelled UW-Madison student Alec Cook, who is set to go to trial on nearly two dozen criminal counts including second-degree sexual assault, strangulation and stalking, will face another felony charge after an 11th woman reported he cornered her in a dormitory building.
State, county and university officials will be asked to turn over key evidence in the case of a windsurfer who died when he was struck from behind by a UW-Madison rescue boat May 31 in Lake Mendota.