Several demographic groups disproportionality use tobacco, according to a recently released report from Public Health Madison-Dane County.
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Several intersections will close to allow for Freakfest Saturday, disrupting traffic and bus routes, according to a city press release.
Madison Police Department officers arrested Austin Byrd, 22, for alleged attempted burglary, disorderly conduct and two counts of criminal damage to property after he tried breaking into a State Street apartment Saturday night.
Alec Cook, 20, who was arrested for alleged sexual assault earlier this week, turned himself into Madison Police officers Thursday night and has been tentatively charged with the sexual assault of a second victim.
A complaint filed by a UW-Madison student alleges that Lumen House is operating discriminatory rental practices against renters who are not practicing Catholics. St. Raphael's Roman Catholic congregation owns Lumen House, while Forward Management manages the property.
A West Side man’s dog sat on his chest following a heroin overdose Tuesday. The dog growled at Madison Fire Department paramedics when they arrived and even bit one before they could help the man.
A sedan carrying four and going 30 to 35 mph struck a MINI Cooper carrying three Sunday on the corner of John Nolen Drive and North Shore Drive, sending all seven occupants of the vehicles to the hospital.
Marsellas Coleman, 25, was the victim who died last week from injuries sustained in a shooting on the south side, according to the Dane County Medical Examiner.
City officials hope to increase vibrancy and reduce vandalism through a new pilot program that will clad utility boxes in vinyl designs, starting with four boxes on the Capitol Square along Pinckney Street.
The man shot in the head Sept. 28 on the 2,700 Block of McDivitt Road died Monday night at a local hospital. The unidentified man was 25.
Free breast exams, mammograms and other diagnostic health tests will be available for free to certain women at 22 clinics in Dane County.
A man with a group of people who got off a party bus early Sunday morning sent a Madison Police Department officer to the hospital with an arm injury after the man threw him to the ground.
Dane County will spend around $4.1 million to make the City-County Building Jail safe enough to house inmates in the short term, while the county works to discontinue housing inmates in the building in the long term.
Two Dane County residents have tested positive for the West Nile Virus, the first two of the season in the county and the third and fourth in Wisconsin.
Two groups of men had a loud argument early Sunday morning that led to one man pulling a knife and making threatening statements outside of the 415 Lake St. parking garage. Shortly after Madison Police Department officers arrived on the scene, a victim of an alleged sexual assault was also found inside the structure.
Madison Police Department officers received information Friday regarding several “persons of interest” that led to multiple people being taken into custody.
The 400 block of West Mifflin Street, which sits between North Broom Street and North Bassett Street, will close Tuesday for utility work.
A Honda Civic struck a pole head-first on the corner of University Avenue and Whitney Way early Saturday morning, sending the driver to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Dane County Executive Joe Parisi announced his nearly $584 million 2017 budget Thursday, highlighting initiatives to combat homelessness, opiate use and mental health.
The Madison Police Department will start a three-year pilot program called the “Madison Addiction Recovery Initiative” after recently securing a $700,000 Smart Policing grant from the U.S. Department of Justice.