A new committee designed to strengthen local food movements while promoting healthy lifestyles convened for the first time Wednesday.
A University of Wisconsin-Madison student reported a fraud incident to Madison police Oct. 6, which had been progressing since mid-September.
Federal transportation board approves ordinance allowing cabs to cruise State Street during peak bar hoursBy The Daily Cardinal and Seth Bichler | Oct. 25, 2012
Madison cab drivers will be allowed to cruise on State Street between 10 p.m. and 4 a.m. beginning Nov. 7 after receiving approval from federal transportation authorities Wednesday.
Madison police arrested a 21-year-old McFarland man Tuesday who the Dane County Sheriff’s Office declared missing Oct. 13.
Frank Productions, the producer of Freakfest, has sold more tickets for admission to downtown Madison’s 2012 Halloween party than it did last year at this time, a company representative said at a press conference Tuesday.
The city is implementing alternate traffic routes for post-game travel on Saturday in anticipation of traffic delays that could result from crowds leaving Camp Randall from the 2:30 p.m. Michigan State football game after city officials begin gating off State Street at 5 p.m. to prepare for Freakfest.
After lengthy discussion and numerous testimonies from community members Monday, the city’s financial committee voted on 38 amendments proposed to Mayor Paul Soglin’s 2013 operating budget, including denying additional funding to the Overture Center.
Madison firefighters responded to a fire caused by burnt popcorn at the Der Rathskeller Saturday, which is the second fire this month at Memorial Union.
A man was shot with a pellet gun while walking on the 400 block of West Gorham Street early Sunday morning.
A 19-year-old Madison man claimed he was shot in the downtown area Sunday, but police said he will not say how it happened.
Sports rivalry came to a breaking point early Sunday morning when a visiting University of Minnesota student was knocked unconscious in a downtown bar during a sports-related argument.
A typical Badger home game experience includes walking with throngs of people through the Camp Randall arch, singing “Varsity” with thousands of other Badger fans, and shaking the stadium during “Jump Around.”