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Madison police are investigating a residential robbery that took place late Sunday night in which three college-aged males were robbed at gunpoint in their Vilas Avenue apartment, according to a police report.
Almost 2,900 individuals traveled across the country and abroad to Madison Sunday to compete in the annual Ironman triathlon, which involves swimming 2.4 miles, biking 112 miles and running a full marathon.
Steve Harms of Tri-North Builders presented the most recent reconstruction plans for the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house, located at 627 N. Lake St., to current fraternity members at a public hearing Thursday.
Police are still looking for two men who robbed two University of Wisconsin-Madison students at gunpoint on University Avenue early Wednesday morning, according to a Madison police officer.
Police are investigating the assault of a Michigan man, in Madison on business, who told police a young man kicked him in the head after a conversation about evolution and religion turned hostile early Thursday morning, according to a police report.
Wisconsin could become the national model for legislation streamlining the investigation policies law enforcement agencies must follow after a fatal incident involving an officer if the state approves the bill State Rep. Garey Bies, R–Sturgeon Bay, introduced Thursday.
Madison Police arrested a man and a woman Wednesday suspected of stealing at least two smart phones from customers at State Street Brats in July, and possibly other personal belongings from several other bar patrons earlier in the summer, according to an incident report.
Beginning this month, local audio technician Brian Liston will add sound studio owner to his vibrant resume, which already includes world traveler and sound supervisor for a nationally-syndicated television series.
Madison Police arrested two white males for assaulting a black man who was sitting at a downtown bus station Tuesday night, according to an incident report.
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin initiated the lengthy city budget negotiation process Tuesday with the release of his $225.3 million 2014 executive capital budget, in which he appropriates funds to update downtown infrastructure and further environmentally sustainable projects.
Downtown area Madison Police Department Captain Carl Gloede briefed city Council Tuesday about the growing need for both immediate and long-term solutions to address increasing criminal activity taking place near the top of State Street and around the 100 block of West Mifflin Street.
Common Council’s Aug. 6 approval of Chicago-based developing firm Core Campus’ bid to transform the 500 block of State Street into a high-rise apartment complex called The Hub solidified the future of the aisle previously inhabited by Husnu’s, Kabul and Buraka; three long-standing and beloved restaurants that will be torn down, according to Ald. Mike Verveer, District 4.
Pending city Council approval Tuesday, the popular State Street watering hole Mondays, historically frequented by students, will be forced to close for a 30-day period sometime before Dec. 2, 2013 for violating several terms on its liquor license over the past year and a half, according to Ald. Mike Verveer, District 4.
The family of a slain local, who died after Madison Police Officer Stephen Heimsness shot him three times in the chest, filed a federal lawsuit against Heimsness, Police Chief Noble Wray and the City of Madison Thursday.
The Dane County Medical Examiner’s Office announced Thursday the 20-year-old man who went missing while swimming Wednesday in Lake Mendota was University of Wisconsin-Madison student Richard “Grady” de La Cruz.
The Western District of Wisconsin’s federal Court acquitted State Street’s Sconnie Nation Friday of a copyright infringement accusation a local photojournalist brought against the clothing company in 2012 regarding the use of a picture of Madison Mayor Paul Soglin, according to a press release.
Madison Police Department employees helped the Federal Bureau of Investigation recover two girls under the age of 18 from forced prostitution sometime between July 25 through 28 as part of a nationwide effort to end domestic sex trafficking, according to MPD spokesperson Joel DeSpain.
University of Wisconsin-Madison Badgers quarterback Tanner McEvoy returned to the team after he was hit in the head and mugged downtown early Sunday morning, according to a Wisconsin Athletics statement.
UPDATE 12/12/13: The Dane County District Attorney’s office dropped sexual assault charges Monday filed against Saeed Aghdam in July, according to state court records, although he pled guilty to disorderly conduct.
City officials are discussing changes to alcohol regulations on and around Madison’s iconic State Street, where it connects to campus, and evaluating several initiatives as part of an ongoing effort to reduce alcohol-related crime in the area.