Students staying the summer in Madison express concerns about number of bikes and quality of the ride.
After fires broke out at two MG&E stations in downtown Madison, the isthmus faces a significant power outage on the hottest day of the year so far.
Michael McCulloch, a Cottage Grove resident, and Madison Fire Department Apparatus Engineer Todd Mahoney have passed away following separate water rescues during the Ironman 70.3 Wisconsin.
A 22-year-old accused of attacking woman on Langdon Street in February pleads guilty.
A space dedicated to black women's health is to open this summer straddling two of the city's highest-need neighborhoods
Police shut down the Lion of Judah, House of Rastafari church, which has caused controversy over problematic Facebook posts, accusations of cultural appropriation, and distribution of marijuana to its members.
Individuals of all ages gathered in front of the Capitol to protest abortion restrictions and show their support for Roe v. Wade in light of Alabama’s recent abortion ban.
Satya Rhodes-Conway defeated longtime incumbent Mayor Paul Soglin in Tuesday's mayoral election, becoming the second woman and first openly gay person to hold the position.
Saying their classes could wait but the climate couldn’t, hundreds of high school students converged on the capitol Friday to call for action on climate change and demand environmental justice.
The Whitehorse Middle School principal resigns nearly two weeks after not being charged for allegedly attacking a student in February.
A body was found floating in Lake Mendota near Lake Street early Friday morning.
A total of $77.4 million will flow into expand UW-Madison’s Exhibition Hall at the Alliant Energy Center, according to Gov. Tony Evers.
Whitehorse Middle School acting principal and “positive behavior support coach” Rob Mueller-Owens — the perpetrator of perfume-sparked student abuse report — faces no criminal charges, says the district attorney Monday.
A Madison man is expected to appear in court this week after homemade explosives believed to be a plot to attack UW-Madison were found in his apartment last year.
A woman is suspected of robbing multiple convenience stores.
In-person absentee voter turnout climbs relative to other years.
The Lake Levels Task Force and concerned citizens heard presentations from assistant Dane County Land and Water Resources Director John Reimer and Wisconsin Resource Engineering Division Manager Jeremy Balousek, who contributed to the report.
Contrary to earlier proposals, lowering lake levels may not in fact be the best way to lessen the impacts of future flooding, according to a new report.
The largest snow storm of the season continues the city's snow emergency warning into Thursday.