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Bill Yudchitz and his son Dan designed and built the award-winning Experimental Dwelling for a Greener Environment.

Father and son architects present their award-winning work

An award-winning pair of father-son architects spoke about their work with Tiny Houses at Monona Terrace Thursday as a part of the Wright Design Series. Bill Yudchitz, who is based in Stevens Point with Revelations Architects, and his son Dan, who works at HGA in St. Paul, focused on several of their projects, including the EDGE project. EDGE stands for Experimental Dwelling for a Greener Environment.

A citizen helped the Madison Police Department by calling in after they saw the suspect around 1 p.m. at East Towne Mall.

Suspect arrested in Tuesday night homicide

A woman in her early 20s and employee of the Metro Market on the east side was killed in a shooting Tuesday night, according to a Madison Police Department incident report. She was shot in a parking lot on the 6000 block of Cottage Grove Road around 8 p.m.

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Emerald Ash Borer Task Force updates plan to combat deadly tree beetle

More than 2,500 ash trees were removed during 2015 in accordance with Madison’s adopted response plan to the emerald ash borer, according to a Common Council meeting Tuesday night. The Emerald Ash Borer Task Force updated Madison Common Council with a presentation on the response plan to the invasive beetle species that has killed hundreds of millions of ash trees in North America.


City responds to reported coyote pet-attacks

Hazing coyotes to ensure they keep their distance is the subject of a new video that was released by Public Health Madison & Dane County last Wednesday. The three minute clip, titled “How to Haze a Coyote”, teaches viewers how to haze, or scare, the coyotes away to make them feel uncomfortable in urban neighborhoods. “Coyotes in urban areas are not a new problem, and this video gives some concrete solutions for how we can safely co-exist with them,” said John Hausbeck, PHMDC Animal Services supervisor, in a city press release. The video comes as PHMDC has received reports of coyote attacks in Madison and Dane County.

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Man arrested for fifth OWI, crashing into traffic signal

A 36-year-old man allegedly crashed his car into a traffic signal at the corner of East Washington and North Ingersoll before driving away Saturday night, according to a Madison incident report. Joshua Reed is being charged with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, operating while suspended and hit-and-run.

The Madison Police Department reminds residents to lock their cars. 

Thefts contribute to rising car theft trend

Two incidents add to a growing trend of car thefts in the Madison area. Sometime Monday night, thieves entered two unlocked cars on the 4800 block of Marathon Dr, according to a Madison Police Department incident report. Most of the crimes of this nature have been occurring to unlocked vehicles during the evening.

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