The restaurant’s pop-up event will feature specialty cocktails and a raffle, with proceeds supporting an employee’s gender-affirming mastectomy.
UW Health Trauma Center treated 80% more firearm injuries in 2020 and is projected to see a similar level in 2021.
The resignation was announced Wednesday after the investigation of the Sept. 16 incident concluded.
Elena Haasl announced their intention not to run for the District 5 Supervisor position to focus on their personal wellbeing.
The new order will be in effect until Jan. 3, 2022.
Many community members are against forcing small businesses to relocate due to the Oliv Madison building proposal.
The Diocese still holds that it is morally permissible to receive the vaccine, but that there are reasonable explanations for why individuals would choose not to get themselves or their children vaccinated.
Bennett stepped into the role of alder at a tumultuous time this past spring, and has worked to center students and marginalized voices ever since.
The Dane County Board passed a proposal to explore regulatory options and increase public outreach surrounding PFAS contamination.
The Madison Common Council will vote Tuesday on whether to block the city from spending funds on BRT until the council approves changes to the routes.
Madison mayor, alders proposed a plan to make the construction of backyard cottages less cumbersome for developers.
The Ad Hoc Redistricting Committee designed and recommended the new map to the Common Council
Dane County deputies prevented a suicide attempt by a 31-year-old inmate, raising concerns about jails’ safety.
Meeting attendees emphasized the role of the community in addition to the Madison Police Department in reducing gun violence during meeting Thursday.
Public Health Madison & Dane County extended the emergency order requiring face masks in indoor public spaces until Nov. 27.
As a student representative of a student-majority district, Haasl has worked to mobilize campus community members in support of policies with county-wide implications.
Former Madison high school teacher, David Krutchen, was sentenced to 12 years for production of child pornography.