Members of the Guard work to increase testing efficiency and overcome language barriers with Wisconsin residents
As Wisconsin’s unemployment rate continues to climb and thousands of small businesses remain indefinitely closed by the state’s “Safer-at-Home” in order to contain the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus, shortages in supplies, equipment and services have been exacerbated by the public health crisis.
The Madison Police Department will be citing any social gatherings that violate the stay-at-home order.
‘We have a right to assemble’: Protests against ‘Safer at Home’ order highlights growing conflict between public health, personal freedomsBy Michael Parsky | Apr. 23, 2020
Mentally, emotionally and financially stressed by social distancing guidelines, Madison Elmer and her sister-in-law Adrianne Elmer-Melby’s frustration turned into a campaign for collective action.
The decision to base the jets in Madison has divided the community on public health and environmental concerns.
Many residents are finding the open trails and parks in Madison as a beneficial way to keep healthy and active during an ordered shutdown of state parks.
The city continues to prepare for the upcoming primary election while attempting to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus at the polls.
Madison and Dane County Public Health say it is unlikely the driver contracted the novel coronavirus from a passenger.
The city urged residents to follow the health department’s recommendations to minimize the impact of the virus on the community.
The proposed plans to install murals near the Capitol caused debate among residents and alders before being approved by the committee.
The newly renovated business has relied on the support of volunteers and donors to remain open — and has future plans for a screening room.
Elena Haasl’s campaign policy platforms include equality, mental health services, environmental protections for Madison’s lakes and watershed.
Madison Parks is hosting two community engagement meetings and offering an online survey to gauge public opinion on the future of the city’s four public golf courses.
UW-Madison College Democrats endorse undergraduate students Max Prestigiacomo, Elena Haasl for upcoming local electionsBy Jackson Mozena | Mar. 1, 2020
The political student organization endorsed two students for the upcoming city council and county board elections.
In partnership with Madison school district, report studies growing rates of unexcused absences in middle schoolsBy Addison Lathers | Feb. 27, 2020
As unexcused absences in Madison middle schools continue to rise, researches determine that academic achievement may not be as directly related to attendance as previously thought.
Madison public schools suffer from teacher shortages and an inability to retain them in their positions as state legislators struggle to find solutions.
Rock County Court charged Marcus Randal El, 33, for a double homicide.
The Air Force confirms Madison is the preferred location for F-35 base despite opposition from local officials
Many voters experienced delayed registration and confusion about their polling location due to technical difficulties with MyVote Wisconsin.