Alders failed to pass legislation that would lessen the oversight of the Common Council Executive Committee.
DOJ report indicates Madison Police Officer Keith Brown, not Katoine Richardson, responsible for shooting fellow MPD officer during confrontation outside of Mondays bar.
The criminal complaint filed by a Madison police sergeant does not specify that Katoine Richardson was responsible for the shot that injured an officer.
The CARES pilot program provides alternatives to police intervention in nonviolent mental health crises.
The suspect possessed a handgun and allegedly shot an officer during an attempted arrest.
Construction of the new county jail is expected to exceed its approved $148 million budget by $22 million.
Pro-life and pro-choice demonstrators confront one another downtown following the Texas abortion ban.
“It is a disservice to students and surrounding neighborhoods to expect the District 5 alder, who has no relation to campus-related issues, to divide their time between the needs of these two incredibly different populations,” said Dis. 8 alder Julianna Bennet.
The Dane County Board of Supervisors announced a plan to dedicate $8.2 million towards the construction of 456 new affordable housing units across Dane County.
UW nurses felt that an individual voice for their union will resolve conflict between management and frontline workers.
Alders denied a motion by Rhodes-Conway to refer proposals to the Equal Opportunities Commission to avoid prolonging the process.
The Madison Common Council will discuss proposals to purchase two plots of land to be used for the construction of homeless shelters on the city’s east side.
Madison police officer placed on leave after video circulates allegedly showing officer committing a sexual act in a squad carBy Jackson Mozena | Sep. 21, 2021
An unidentified MPD officer has been placed on administrative leave in connection to video showing officer allegedly engaging in sexual activity in the back of a police vehicle
The conviction of Markofski and Nelson marks seven Wisconsinites to be convicted on charges related to the January 6 insurrection.
The email appears to be signed by Michael Gableman, a lead investigator for a probe reviewing the results of the 2020 election.