The change in the zoning code would remove 1960s-era restrictions impacting non-family members living together.
ImpactLife Madison is asking for more donations to support Hurricane Ian.
Twitter thread post threatens UW Health against gender services for minors
Over 700 people participated in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Monday.
B-Side Records is the only record shop left in downtown Madison. However, development company JD McCormick proposed demolishing three buildings to make room for a five-story development on the 400 block on State Street. JD McCormick’s proposed project will displace three small State Street businesses which have been there for decades, including B-Side Records, which resided at 416 State Street.
Hub, Roundhouse among locations to raise prices, sparking anxiety from students already grappling with recent price hikes
The new ordinance will prohibit investigating, arresting and prosecuting violations of Wisconsin’s 1849 abortion ban.
UW-Madison students who depend on plasma donations for extra income worry they won’t have enough money to cover grocery and graduate school expenses.
Longtime Madison resident Stu Levitan recounts his multiple-career journey, from journalism to holding public office.
City officials believe that the festival’s issues date back to before the pandemic.
A Waunakee teen was arrested in connection to multiple assault reports.
Ald. Gary Halverson resigned from the common council citing safety concerns for his family.
Juliana Bennett releases call to action prohibiting MPD from using indiscriminate weapons for crowd controlBy Ellie Bourdo | Sep. 16
Juliana Bennett has introduced an ordinance change to ban the use of indiscriminate weapons for the purposes of crowd control.
The proposal will fund education and outreach programs that aim to address opioid misuse in Dane County.
Although the Urban Design Commission has not yet approved the developer’s proposal, businesses have already relocated to other State Street locations.
With the Aug. 9 primary fast approaching, here’s what you need to know about Madison’s representatives.
Officials say after leaving Illinois the shooter drove to Madison with a gun and multiple rounds of ammunition, and considered carrying out another attack in the city.
Progress Center for Black Women CEO highlights organization’s efforts in supporting Black women in MadisonBy Gavin Escott | Jun. 9
Coming home to Madison, Wisconsin after a public speaking engagement in Atlanta, Sabrina Madison expected to see another Black woman at the organization that booked her, especially since the organization served people of color. However, when she arrived, Madison recalled, “it was all white women looking back at me. And I was so disappointed.”