Dane County is seeing its highest number of hospitalizations and a surge in case numbers with high positivity rates.
As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, local Madison businesses and their employees continue to struggle financially and are bracing for what could be a harsher winter.
The first day of City Council’s 2021 Budget amendment talks wrapped up after five hours of testimony from registered speakers.
Residents register in droves at Tuesday’s Plan Commission meeting against the proposed plan to build a 10-story building in the James Madison neighborhood.
Revellers and protesters gather at the capitol for the fourth day in a row as media outlets announce Joe Biden’s inevitable victory.
Pro-Trump protest at capitol interrupted by student counter protest.
As residents cast their in-person ballots on an Election Day fraught with tension, a Madison non-profit organization enlisted the help of "Election Defenders" at polling sites across the city to protect and empower voters.
Biden holds a massive lead as votes continue to be counted.
Dane County is expected to play a significant role in impacting Tuesday’s Nov. 3 election in Wisconsin.
Students balk at “legal” off-campus gatherings while bar lines stay short.
Student representatives in City Council, County Board and committees say the structure of those bodies impose barriers to community participation in governance.
Former Sun Prairie Communications and Diversity Strategist Reuben Sanon has been chosen to fill the deputy mayor vacancy.
As Election Day nears in Wisconsin — a battleground state in the 2020 election — the Madison City Clerk's Office has implemented measures to ensure secure and accurate voting results occur once the polls close.
Last week, local Public Health officials announced the switch to a “crisis model” of contact tracing as virus cases mount.
The DCHS is partnering with Don Miller Subaru West, ASPCA and Subaru to help over 70 animals find homes during the adoption event.
The hunt for a venue for a new men’s homeless shelter continues for the city of Madison after a seller backed out of an initial, tentative deal to put the facility on the city’s east side.
Several alders on the Madison City Council felt that they were being asked to “take sides” in the ongoing battle between the University of Wisconsin-Madison and its students.
The Madison school district will carry on with virtual learning at all grade levels until Jan. 22, 2021.