City officials recognized the Occupy Madison movement as a model and resource the city can use in its efforts to combat poverty and homelessness in Madison.
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City officials passed a motion Tuesday supporting the continued discussion of incorporating a potential new fire station and administration facilities in a proposed building near the Overture Center.
A Mifflin planning group made up of city officials, student representatives and Mifflin residents decided Sunday on “Mifflin Now, Mifflin Forever” as the theme for the 2012 Mifflin Street Block Party.
Wildlife expert Jack Hanna, who has been featured on “The Late Show with David Letterman” will join supporters of the Henry Vilas Zoo in a fund-raising event Saturday for a new arctic exhibit.
Board of Estimates approves downtown neighborhood proposal including plans to demolish Mifflin area housing
City officials unanimously approved a plan for proposed redevelopment in the downtown area Monday, which includes possible plans to construct high rise apartment buildings in the Mifflin neighborhood.
The Board of Estimates unanimously approved an ordinance Monday requiring private contractors with the city of Madison to give the same benefits, such as health insurance, to those in domestic partnerships as married couples.
The Wisconsin State Senate voted on a bill to help more senior citizens live independently and deliberated a bill that would make it easier to build on wetlands, as well as discussing other legislation Tuesday.
University of Wisconsin-Madison student John Magnino announced his candidacy for the Dane County Board of Supervisors Tuesday.
Wisconsinites contributed the smallest percentage of their personal incomes to state and local taxes in 2009 than in the 15 years prior, according to a report released November 17.
The first employee pay plan created since the restriction of collective bargaining rights in Wisconsin passed Thursday, freezing state worker pay for two years and restricting overtime pay.
Members of the North Pinckney Street Plaza Selection Committee discussed the various proposals for the location’s public sculpture Monday, requesting modifications from one artist’s proposal.
An unlikely source initiated the first petition to recall Republican Gov. Scott Walker on Friday, a week and a half earlier than the start of the recall anticipated by Democrats.
Plans for a new apartment complex were on the agenda of the Bassett Street Neighborhood Association meeting Monday, where the group heard proposals for the construction of an apartment complex as well as renovations to a local tavern.
Former Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson told WTMJ Radio Monday he has filed paperwork to run for the U.S. Senate seat that will be vacated by U.S. Sen. Herb Kohl, D-Wis.
DETROIT—Between bowl games against the SEC and basketball matchups with Michigan State, Wisconsin fans grow tired of the comparison and the notion that Badger sports are more ""grind"" than ""go."" But the men's hockey team has been an exception this year, combining a physical style of play with dynamic athletes and top-tier talent. In Saturday night's national championship contest, however, Boston College put a level of speed on display that UW just could not keep up with for a full 60 minutes.
Our government, and our nation as a whole, has a problem—one that may not even be our fault. It is a problem evident in even the earliest stages of youth. Shortsightedness is this problem—the inability to look past the short-term. It is not hard to believe that this notion is carried forth to ensure personal benefit; this is our psychological motivation for self-interest at work. You are probably wondering what is wrong with personal success. There is absolutely nothing wrong with personal success, but the nation's problem is far beyond that.
ST. PAUL, Minn.—Senior goaltender Brian Elliott extended his UW career at least two more games by shutting out Michigan Tech Thursday to reach the Western Collegiate Hockey Conference semi-finals for the second consecutive season. His shutout was his fifth of the season and the 16th of his career, tying the WCHA record for career shutouts.