The future of Madison-based biotechnology company Exact Sciences Corporation is less certain after a major drop in the company’s stock value last week.
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The family of Tony Robinson sued the City of Madison in August following the officer-involved fatal shooting in March.
Madison police arrested a 32-year-old registered sex offender Thursday for disorderly conduct after a number of incidents of indecent exposure at the State Street Capitol Garage.
Attorneys for the City of Madison issued a court filing Monday asking for the federal court to dismiss a case against the city and Madison police officer Matt Kenny maintaining the officer used reasonable force.
The Madison Police Department has restored a program meant to provide youth with a comprehensive look at a career in law enforcement and to develop positive community relationships with police.
The city’s Board of Estimates cleared another hurdle for the construction of a downtown park near campus Monday, approving a proposal to acquire the current properties by a voice vote.
The City of Madison added Toriana Pettaway as the city’s first racial equity coordinator Friday.
In honor of National Fire Prevention Week, a statewide initiative to promote smoke-free housing properties is taking action in Madison this week, according to a Thursday City of Madison press release.
After a violent exchange at Wando’s Bar & Grill early Wednesday morning, Madison police arrested a 21-year-old Madison woman on two counts of battery, along with disorderly conduct and damage to property.
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin received criticism for his proposal, with homeless advocates saying the proposed ordinance criminalizes homelessness.
The Madison Common Council voted overwhelmingly against a proposed ordinance to limit the amount of time people can spend lying down on public benches downtown.
What started out as a five-month agreement with the Hub Madison apartment complex for Amir Morning, founder and owner of the Madtown Hopper, has since expanded to allow the addition of two new cars to the Hopper fleet.
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin released the second half of his 2016 budget Tuesday, which he stressed contains no layoffs.
Area residents worry about the proposed center's proximity to places like the Tenney Nursery and Parent Center.
Community organizer Dayna Long hopes to host more events to end the stigma associated with rape culture and sexual assault.
Protesters took to the streets last month to show solidarity with a victim of a sexual assault. The Madison Police Department is currently investigating the incident as an attempted homicide.
Community organizer Dayna Long met with area residents Monday to reflect on the “Take Back the Bike Path” protest that took place just over two weeks ago.
Residents of the Tenney-Lapham neighborhood have expressed concerns over an accepted offer to purchase a property on the 1300 block of East Washington Avenue to open a permanent day shelter for the homeless.
Madison police arrested a 43-year-old homeless man for attempted sexual assault early Saturday morning.
Dane County Executive Joe Parisi introduced the 2016 budget Thursday, which focuses largely on improving access to mental health resources and helping those recently released from prison reacclimate to society.