The Madison Common Council held a discussion Tuesday night to discuss a proposal that would restructure several facets of city government that Ald. David Ahrens, District 15, and Ald. Mark Clear, District 19, announced March 16.
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Parisi urges Walker not to sign any discriminatory bills, bans nonessential travel to Mississippi, North Carolina
Dane County Executive Joe Parisi sent a letter to Gov. Scott Walker Monday in which he urged Walker not to sign any laws that allow for discrimination based on sexual orientation. Parisi also suspended all nonessential travel to states with these laws.
A series of six unsolved weapons violations throughout Madison plagued the city over the weekend, according to the Madison Police Department.
Brian Primm called 911 to report his Mercedes Benz stolen around 1 a.m. Thursday, according to a Madison Police Department incident report.
The Madison Police Department reported 167 employee recognitions for extraordinary service and two internal disciplines during the first quarter of 2016, according to a press release.
Hayley Young was elected as the Dane County Board of Supervisors representative for District 5, which covers most of the UW-Madison campus, beating UW-Madison sophomore and former Associated Students of Madison University Affairs Chair Angelito Tenorio.
The highest temperature in Madison reached 36 degrees Saturday and 72 degrees Sunday, according to the National Weather Service. Madison’s weather can vary wildly but its climate shows more predictable trends.
Findorff will close the 100 block of West Doty Street starting at 4 a.m. April 6 to assemble two tower cranes for the Anchorbank Development project.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton followed her Monday, Supreme Court-focused speech by shopping on State Street with Ald. Mike Verveer, District 4.
Angelito Tenorio, a UW-Madison sophomore, and Hayley Young, a May 2015 Madison graduate, are fighting to replace another recent Madison graduate, Leland Pan, in the District 5 Dane County Board of Supervisors race.
Mayor Paul Soglin went before the Alcohol License Review Committee Tuesday to request a moratorium on alcohol licenses in the State Street and Capitol Square area until the completion of a retail study.
Ald. David Ahrens, District 15, and Ald. Mark Clear, District 19, announced Wednesday plans to reform city government and give more power to Common Council and the council president. Mayor Paul Soglin said he will oppose the legislation.
Madison Common Council approved a revised plan for Capitol Square Tuesday night after state officials denied a provision in January that would have built a bike lane on East Mifflin Street.
Dane County Executive Joe Parisi announced Thursday he will appoint Carlos Pabellón as the new Dane County Department of Administration director. Pabellón has served as the interim director since June 2015.
City, county and state officials are locked in a battle over whether more should have been done to prevent the closing of Madison’s Oscar Mayer plant last year.
City officials from several departments announced Thursday the first Unpaid Ticket Resolution Day, where citizens will have the opportunity to resolve unpaid citation fines this Sunday.
Davonte King, 21, turned himself in Tuesday after the Madison Police Department had spent a month looking for a suspect related to shots fired Feb. 19.
Madison police arrested Darrick R. Thompson, 21, for shooting a 20-year-old man in the leg Monday, according to an incident report.
An aggregation of the Madison Police Department’s annual reports from 2005-’14 shows the total number of arrests has dropped across every racial demographic, with a deepening disparity between black and white arrests.
The Frequency concert venue announced Thursday it will suspend hip-hop bookings for a year in response to a fight Wednesday night that resulted in an employee having to go to the emergency room.