A traffic stop last week resulted in the arrest of a primary suspect of a drug investigation that has been ongoing since November.
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A 36-year-old man allegedly crashed his car into a traffic signal at the corner of East Washington and North Ingersoll before driving away Saturday night, according to a Madison incident report.
A sexual assault allegedly occurred between Jan. 22 and Jan. 24 in a UW-Madison residence hall.
UW-Madison has many events planned to celebrate Black History Month, which range from small discussions and locales to large keynote speeches.
Total Madison Police Department traffic citations through the third quarter of 2015 increased compared to 2014, partially thanks to continued Department of Transportation grant initiatives.
The Madison Central Library will display four “Racial Justice Maps” from Feb. 1-Feb. 28, each one with a different area of focus.
A 24-year-old man was robbed of his gun and money on the 600 block of University Avenue early Sunday morning, money with which he was hoping to buy marijuana.
Last month in review: Gun issues, voter ID and alder resignation occupy Madison during winter recess
While the campus shut down for winter break, the city of Madison did not miss a beat. The past month has seen variable activity, from community issues to governmental changes.
Friday’s Paris attacks started at 2:20 p.m. Central Standard Time and were ended by a raid four hours later. By 9:48 p.m., UW-Madison confirmed on its Facebook page that all 13 Madison students studying abroad in Paris were safe.
A new study published in The Journal of Neuroscience used rodents to find how stress chemicals alter the brain, and could change how post-traumatic stress disorder is treated.
Bryan Stevenson, the author of this year’s Go Big Read book, filled Varsity Hall in Union South Monday night during a talk on mass incarceration and race.
The Kohl Center hosted the fourth annual Make Bo Pay event to raise money for the Coaches vs. Cancer program Monday night.
After spending decades helping many UW-Madison students pay for a college education, director of the Office of Financial Aid Susan Fischer will retire this week, ending a career that started by chance in 1979.
UW System professors no longer have tenure defined by state statutes as a result of Gov. Scott Walker’s 2015-’17 budget, which has left some worrying that university faculty and researchers will leave to find more secure jobs elsewhere.
Playing host to so many political protests in recent years, the Capitol rotunda saw another June 11, as a coalition of activist groups known as Another Budget is Possible rallied against Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed biennial budget.
The Student Labor Action Coalition displayed a public art installation by UW-Madison undergraduate artists Natalie Hinahara and Steven Kaplan-Pistiner to commemorate the 1,129 people who died due to the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh two years ago Friday.
Richard Nixon is the only American president in history to resign from office. Thanks to UW-Madison historian and professor Stanley Kutler, Americans heard thousands of hours of secretly recorded phone calls related to the Watergate scandal that drove Nixon out of office.
Friday’s officer-involved shooting of 19-year-old Tony Robinson brought out community members of all ages, who converged in a protest Monday to address officials from university, state and city levels.
The Student Labor Action Coalition held a rally Friday pressuring Chancellor Rebecca Blank to cut licensing ties with VF Corporation, the parent company of JanSport.
University community members met Wednesday in the Pyle Center for the annual Faculty of Color Reception to celebrate the hiring and promotion of professors of diverse backgrounds. This year, 40 faculty members were promoted and 26 were hired.