UWPD issues a warning to students avoid the South Park Street area following an armed robbery at Asian Midway Foods.
Koshkonong Solar Farm approved in Dane County, set to be largest renewable energy plant in WisconsinBy Gavin Escott | Apr. 14
Supporters hail the project as a “major milestone” that will help the state transition to clean energy.
Jeffrey Jalinski, 37, was arrested after one of the Dairy Drive homeless encampment's houses was burned down on March 29.
The two candidates in the highly contested race were split on policing in schools.
The shooting was "premeditated, preplanned and targeted,” says Police Chief Shon Barnes.
Jeff Hynes will represent the campus area on the Dane County Board following Tuesday’s election.
The midwifery model centers around well-woman care and “empowering partnerships”.
The Madison Police Department are investigating multiple shots fired outside the entrance of the City-County Building.
Madison police have increased their enforcement efforts by 135% on E. Washington Avenue compared to this time last year.
A proposal from a Dane County supervisor pushes for the removal of the pledge of allegiance and prayer from the board’s rules.
The infamously dangerous intersection at John Nolen Drive, South Blair, East Wilson and Williamson streets Downtown is to undergo a massive reconstruction project.
UW-Madison senior Jeff Hynes, who is running unopposed to represent a student-majority district in the April 5 election, has not yet released his policy platform.
An owner and employee of a Williamson Street gas station allegedly purchased FoodShare cards for half of their worth.
Madison and Dane County officials have officially proposed a location for a new, permanent men's shelter; "a new day in Madison's approach to homeless services."
Steve Manley reflects on his journey owning a record store and opens up about his business’ uncertain future.
Bloom Bake Shop and Bayk are selling traditional Eastern European pastries to support Ukraine during the Russian Invasion.
The student later confessed to falsely claiming that they could see an outline of a gun in another student’s backpack.
Madison City Council allocates $700K towards nonprofits dedicated to helping undocumented immigrantsBy Bella Criscione | Mar. 4
The city council will provide $700k in one-time grants towards eight nonprofit organizations that primarily serve Latinx communities of undocumented immigrants in the Madison area.
The investigation focused on a former officer’s accusation that Barnes facilitated a hostile working environment.