A sexual assault allegedly occurred between Jan. 22 and Jan. 24 in a UW-Madison residence hall.
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Two incidents add to a growing trend of car thefts in the Madison area.
The City of Madison Engineering Division announced Wednesday it is seeking participants for a six-month training program to prepare them for jobs in the solar energy industry.
Madhatter Bar will reopen under the ownership of Susan McKinney after closing for a couple weeks due to an alcohol license suspension.
The Vending Oversight Committee met at the Dane County Municipal Building Wednesday evening to amend a series of licensing fees ordinances for downtown street vendors.
Madison’s rush to build apartments has closed sidewalks, infused the air with construction noise and woven detours throughout downtown. However, Madison residents may still have trouble finding affordable housing.
Total Madison Police Department traffic citations through the third quarter of 2015 increased compared to 2014, partially thanks to continued Department of Transportation grant initiatives.
Madison police responded to reports of several shots fired on the city’s East Side Sunday and subsequently engaged in a standoff with an armed man that lasted nearly nine hours and ended in the man suffering a drug overdose.
The Madison Christian Giving Fund successfully concluded the 2015 year by raising $120,000 in grant money via payroll deductions, private donations and with the help of social media campaigning.
A Madison driver was arrested Saturday afternoon after running his car into a parked vehicle near the intersection of Hoard Street and Oak Street, according to a Madison Police Department incident report.
Employees at over 45 companies receive the words, “You made cool choices yesterday. Here are some new choices that you can make today,” in their e-mail inboxes.
Lisa Mitchell said she faced discrimination while in Dane County's criminal justice system.
Friends of the State Street Family volunteers provide food, water and basic amenities to homeless individuals in Madison.
The holiday season presents unique challenges for the Madison homeless population, from isolation to frostbite.
In August 2011, Tami Fleming was volunteering in the St. Mary’s Hospital emergency room when she encountered and comforted an elderly woman who was homeless, physically ill and struggling with a psychotic episode.
Lisa Mitchell, an inmate at the Dane County Jail, shared stories about the numerous challenges the criminal justice system has imposed on her due to her status as a transgender woman.
With many out-of-state students left without permissible voter ID, many have pushed to bring Wiscards up to voter ID standards to encourage younger people to make it to the polls.
The Dane County Board of Supervisors voted 32-2 in favor of a resolution for UW-Madison to modify their student ID cards to have a two year expiration date to comply with voter ID criteria.
Madison officials examined the city’s public safety department emergency preparedness at a Thursday press conference, declaring while they are ready to respond to tragedies, they are looking to improve prevention.
The resolution to provide free feminine hygiene products has the support of 24 board members, but only needs 19 to pass.