Since COVID-19 forced businesses in downtown Madison to shutter their windows and doors, operations have been in a constant state of flux. Various lockdown orders and sustained financial stress have made it nearly impossible for many local business owners to stay afloat.
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A local activist group held a candlelight vigil Sunday outside of Dane County District Attorney’s home to commemorate Tony Robinson’s death and urge officials to reopen his investigation.
Local officials have identified a new and more infectious strain of COVID-19 has arrived in Dane County.
Shon Barnes was sworn in as Madison’s newest Police Chief on Monday morning. The 46-year-old North Carolina native officially took on the role at a socially distanced, in-person ceremony held at Madison’s municipal building.
In response to a bomb threat at the State Street 7-Eleven early Thursday afternoon, Madison, Capitol and UW-Madison police evacuated campus buildings and surrounding apartment complexes and are advising pedestrians to stay away from the area.
Police and Fire Commission move ahead with finalists for MPD chief as some question process, candidates
Four finalists in the race for a new police chief have been announced by the Madison Police and Fire Commission in a press release, roughly a year after former Madison police chief Mike Koval’s surprise retirement from the force.
A bill banning the use of facial recognition software will soon appear before City Council as Madison’s Public Safety Review Committee recommended the adoption of the ordinance Wednesday night.
As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, local Madison businesses and their employees continue to struggle financially and are bracing for what could be a harsher winter.
As Election Day nears in Wisconsin — a battleground state in the 2020 election — the Madison City Clerk's Office has implemented measures to ensure secure and accurate voting results occur once the polls close.
The University of Wisconsin Police Department (UWPD) engaged in a heated exchange on Twitter Monday with Associated Students of Madison (ASM) Chair Matthew Mitnick, after the department’s official account lashed out at Mitnick for perceived inconsistencies in his views.
As Madisonians prepare to cast their ballots in this year’s presidential election, residents must also decide whether or not they support the Madison Metropolitan School District’s Future Ready Referenda.
While the City of Madison experienced a hectic summer full of protests, health mandates, recall efforts and police oversight measures, the Madison Metropolitan School District has had a turbulent year of its own.