Mayor Paul Soglin introduced his 2019 operating budget Tuesday, hoping to improve the economic mobility and safety of all residents in Madison.
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For the second time in six months, Madison’s city council voted to remove the Confederate memorial in Forest Hill Cemetery.
The suspect in Saturday’s murder-suicide had a history of domestic abuse charges dating back to 2009, according to court records.
Madison Alder Matt Phair, District 20, announced Monday he would not seek a fifth term on the city council in the upcoming spring 2019 election.
Madison police said two people died on the east side following an apparent murder-suicide Saturday afternoon.
Dane County’s 2019 budget will include extra funds aimed at improving the county’s response to mental health and opioid-related incidents.
A gunfight near La Follette High School left one 17-year-old student injured and put the building on lockdown for the second time this week.
After an unexpected visit over the weekend, federal immigration officials arrested a total of 83 people in Wisconsin, 20 of which were in Dane County.
Madison’s city council approved plans for a nine-story hotel on State Street, acting against the recommendation of city staff. They also discussed overriding a vetoed liquor license for Koi Sushi and the funding of a Hmong community mental health center.
Following weeks of historic flooding across the greater Madison area, the Dane County government announced plans for over $18 million in initiatives designed to recover from damage and to prevent future flooding events.
The number of arrests made by federal immigration authorities in Dane County rose to at least 11 over the weekend, local officials confirmed Monday.
At least six people were arrested by federal immigration officials in Madison Friday, city officials and local Hispanic advocacy groups said.
The man killed by police after shooting three of his colleagues at a Middleton technology company last week was not legally able to own firearms, police say.
The Madison area faced several gun-related incidents Wednesday, which forced local schools into lockdown and prompted UW-Madison to send WiscAlerts to students.
Four workers were wounded after a fellow employee opened fire in their Middleton office Wednesday morning, according to police reports.
Sun Prairie suburbian John McGeneric was very frustrated Monday afternoon when lane closures on the US 12/18 beltline caused him to detour through downtown Madison during rush hour. He sat, frustrated, with his fingers aggressively tapping the steering wheel to the beat of Don McLean’s “American Pie” as he scanned the wall of cars in front of him inexplicably stopped.
The individual suspected of shooting four people — who remain in care at UW Hospital — at a Middleton Software Company is dead after being shot by officers, according to local police.
Dane County Youth Commission released the results of its 2018 Youth Survey Monday, showing a troubling increase in the amount of teens reporting problems with their emotional health.
A proposed hotel development on State Street failed to secure a recommendation from city staff ahead of a crucial vote of Madison’s Plan Commission Monday.
While he was being booked into jail, a man committed a hate crime against a police officer early Friday morning, according to the Madison Police Department.