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The fire occurred on the west side of town and was put out safely, with no injuries.

Madison Fire Department fights Shorewood Hills home fire

Madison firefighters put out a fire on the 3500 block of Blackhawk Drive early Thursday morning, after a neighbor reported seeing bright lights in the basement they said they thought to be flames. After completing an exterior examination of the house around 6 a.m., firefighters determined the fire was on the first and second floor, according to a Madison Fire Department daily report. Firefighters entered the house to find thick black smoke and zero visibility.


Stranger attacks woman on Gilman Street

A stranger attacked a 21-year-old women on West Gilman Street early Monday morning, according to a Madison Police Department incident report. The woman said she was walking home after a late night of studying when she approached from behind.

The fire that caused $600,000 in damage occurred at 141 E. Gorham St. Saturday night.

Gorham Street fire deemed unintentional by MFD

Madison Fire Department investigators said a Gorham Street fire that displaced 11 residents was unintentional, but the source will remain “undetermined,” according to a Wednesday press release. Nobody was injured in the Saturday night fire, but MFD had 47 firefighters battle the blaze for more than three hours.


Tipping serves student workers

On the UW-Madison campus, tip-based service jobs play a pivotal role in student income; and, given the rising cost of college education, income proves to be essential in making the opportunity of higher education accessible to all.

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