At least six people were arrested by federal immigration officials in Madison Friday, city officials and local Hispanic advocacy groups said. Speaking at a press conference Friday afternoon, Madison Mayor Paul Soglin said six people had been arrested by U.S.
The man killed by police after shooting three of his colleagues at a Middleton technology company last week was not legally able to own firearms, police say.
Four workers were wounded after a fellow employee opened fire in their Middleton office Wednesday morning, according to police reports.
Authorities responded to 911 calls from the 1800 block of Deming Way, just off University Avenue, beginning at 10:25 a.m.
Dane County Youth Commission released the results of its 2018 Youth Survey Monday, showing a troubling increase in the amount of teens reporting problems with their emotional health. The survey reached more than 21,000 students in 17 school districts.
A proposed hotel development on State Street failed to secure a recommendation from city staff ahead of a crucial vote of Madison’s Plan Commission Monday. The hotel would stand on the corner of State Street and Dayton Street, about a block from the Capitol.
While he was being booked into jail, a man committed a hate crime against a police officer early Friday morning, according to the Madison Police Department.
A federal lawsuit brought against Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne by a former assistant DA was settled for $350,000 Thursday. Former Assistant DA Bob Jambois filed the lawsuit against Ozanne and members of his staff in February 2017.
Pettaway, who is running on a platform of housing reform, transportation accessibility and overall inclusivity, has spent the last several years thinking about those very issues in her position within the city’s Department of Civil Rights’ Social Justice Initiative.
Seven of the eight pumps being used to drain the yet-deluged Capital City Bike trail were stolen late Tuesday night, resulting in an additional eight inches of flooding on parts of the trail, according to a statement from Madison’s deputy mayor.
Suspended Badgers wide receiver Quintez Cephus will stand trial for two sexual assault felonies after a Dane County judge denied a motion by his lawyers to drop one of the charges.
A number of incidents involving weapons highlighted the weekend for Madison police, as well as multiple arrests for heroin possession.
The Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA) announced Thursday that it had awarded $2.1 million in tax credits to two Dane County affordable housing projects. The two developments are located in the city of Fitchburg and the Town of Madison, which is separate from the larger city.
Madison’s Common Council debate concerning the Confederate monument in Forest Hills Cemetery will continue following an alder’s appeal to have its removal brought before the council once again.
Flying a drone illegally in Madison could now land you with up to one thousand dollars in fines from the city alone following a city council vote on new regulations Tuesday night.
The Madison police department has publicly identified the officer involved in last weekend’s police shooting after placing her on administrative leave.
An inmate’s suicide on Monday amplifies lingering concerns about the City-County Building Jail’s safety.