MPD’s decision not to let community responders into an area with a displaced homeless population after a shooting nearly cost a man his life.
After a man was shot at a men’s shelter Monday, Mayor urges Madison residents not to associate homelessness with violence.
As the state opens up vaccine eligibility Monday, UW Health has decided to allow patients to schedule a vaccination, rather than waiting for the hospital to contact them.
An almost six month long investigation is unable to determine the person responsible for vulgarity directed at a public speaker.
“Asian is not the virus; racism is”: Hundreds march for Asian American lives in downtown Madison after Atlanta shootingsBy Addison Lathers | Mar. 19, 2021
Protesters call for change and further protection for vulnerable Asian American communities.
The school district will phase in in-person classes for grades 3-12 beginning in mid-April, as some teachers continue to express concern
After closing their doors on March 15th, 2020, the historical Madison diner is welcoming customers back into their building for in-person service.
The Commission struck down the proposal for a second time after Core Spaces failed to implement suggested changes to their plan.
Both the Public Safety Review Committee and the Equal Opportunities Commission oppose implementing a police body-worn cameras pilot program.
Dane County is seeing some of the lowest transmission, hospitalizations among increased vaccinations
Dane County officials have noted how the pandemic has exacerbated the need for affordable housing, and hope that further financial efforts will improve accessibility.
Two hidden cameras installed in 2019 intended to catch a night janitor sleeping were secretly placed in a room disabled students use to change.
The Clean Lakes Alliance explained at a county joint meeting Wednesday that while progress has been made in keeping phosphorus on the land, extreme weather events related to climate change present challenges to ensuring water quality in the lakes.
The County Board voted to give $717,000 to Mead & Hunt for consultant work aimed at decreasing the jail’s project cost.
Local activists hold vigil calling for a renewed investigation into the death of Tony Robinson
The two members claimed that a co-member “dehumanized” Floyd and made other demeaning remarks towards Black Americans, causing them to take a step away from the committee.
The Mt. Zion Baptist Church of Madison gave out fifty $500 stipend payments to those in need, and plans to give out more when funds are available.
Metro transit proposed to reduce the number of buses operating on State Street and adjust current routes in preparation for future Bus Rapid Transit project.
The lagging COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Wisconsin means teachers and child care workers will wait until mid-March for first dose, after in-person instruction begins.