Madison Mayor Paul Soglin presented the 2016 Executive Capital Budget Tuesday, which aims to improve infrastructure and drive economic growth while accommodating a diverse community.
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Madison Mayor Paul Soglin and Monona Mayor Bob Miller used their experiences as city officials to give leadership advice at the Young Professionals Talks on Leadership Tuesday.
Humans, key contributors to climate change, unknowingly depend on forests to combat the increasing carbon dioxide levels they are introducing into the atmosphere as levels are increasing more rapidly in the last 40 years than ever before.
The Dane County sheriff and the Young, Gifted and Black Coalition debated the ethics behind the renovations to the Dane County Jail Thursday on UW-Madison's campus.
The gunshots fired at West Towne Mall Saturday sparked conversation about the mission of Madison’s neighborhood officers at the Police Chief Forum Thursday.
Conducting great research and making exceptional advancements in the field of engineering has earned two UW-Madison professors recognition by membership into an elite institution known as the National Academy of Engineering. Raymond J. Fonck and Thomas M. Jahns were announced as two of the 67 newly nominated members to the 2015 Class of the NAE, a profound professional distinction and high honor in the field.
An intoxicated woman driving a red jeep hit a 65-year-old Madison woman crossing Monroe Street at Commonwealth Avenue Tuesday afternoon, according to a Madison Police Department incident report.
Madison police officers arrested a Madison teenager for stealing a local woman’s 2014 Nissan from the 200 block of North Thompson Drive, which occurred Feb. 18.
Madison’s homeless population is one step closer to being protected from discrimination as a protected class after Economic Development Committee members approved a movement in a Wednesday meeting.
A Madison woman phoned police after receiving a call from a man who claimed to be a California lawyer.
Following a string of power tool burglaries beginning in early January, police officers arrested 29-year-old Chadwick A. Coffey and officially charged him in three other burglaries on Madison’s north side Tuesday.
A man robbed the U.S. Bank on East Campus Mall at 4 p.m. Wednesday, fleeing with an undisclosed amount of money.