Shine On Madison returns to downtown Madison to celebrate the holiday season.
Gloria Reyes announced her candidacy on Thursday and is currently running uncontested.
The lawsuit against the primate lab goes beyond inhumane animal treatment, as a former caretaker alleges the lab censored her on social media.
Farmers and distributors navigate a shifting hemp landscape and look to the future.
On campus and off campus use of marijuana lead to differing consequences.
The non-profit apartment building on campus is offering staggered leases to give students more time to make their housing decisions.
The construction of the Madison Public Market has been delayed, and with a $5.25 million funding gap, the project does not seem to be starting any time soon, according to officials with the Madison Public Market Foundation.
Various elected officials came to support Mandela Barnes in his upcoming election for U.S. Senator on Nov. 8.
A person dressed as Adolf Hitler roamed the State Street area Saturday night, sparking anger and confusion among the campus community.
Investigation of Henry Vilas Zoo finds no evidence of discrimination or hostile workplace allegationsBy Charlie Hildebrand | Oct. 29, 2022
The investigation, led by Judge Valerie Bailey-Rihn, did find evidence of unfair employment practices and problems within the zoo’s administrative structure.
Dane County Sheriff's Office Deputy fatally killed the suspect linked to “several weapons violations.”
Madison was selected to fill the remainder of Gary Halverson's term after he resigned because of backlash from his previous ties to the Oath Keepers.
Sushi Express put a sign on their door asking customers to inform others.
At the finance committee meeting on Monday, residents voiced their disapproval of the COPS grant, which would add six new officers to the Madison Police Department’s force.
Madison assisted living facility to end Medicaid coverage, potentially displacing dozens of residentsBy Francesca Pica | Oct. 20, 2022
Cedarhurst of Madison is cutting its ties with My Choice, an organization that offers services to Medicaid-eligible residents.
Sen. Baldwin spoke to College Democrats on the importance of electing Mandela Barnes to the U.S. Senate and ensuring statewide offices remain Democratic.
Candidates spoke with the Cardinal on their motivations for running and their priorities if appointed.
The grocery store provides fresh food to a former food desert with a mission rooted in food and community.