Petitioners argued the current maps lack constitutional contiguity in Nov. 21 arguments before the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
As housing prices in Madison have continued to rise, developers have proposed several large housing developments responding to student housing needs.
Republican leaders praised Wisconsin and host city Milwaukee during an event preview ahead of the 2024 Republican National Convention in July.
Despite the incident fixed, Democrats said they are horrified the unused version of the bill was submitted.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department is investigating a racist incident involving anti-Arab and anti-Asian speech, UW-Madison said in a statement Wednesday night.
This decision follows Dane County Executive Joe Parisi’s decision to retire in May 2024.
Senate Republicans met Tuesday to hear testimony on multiple recently-introduced Senate bills, including a proposal to permit telehealth appointments with out-of-state providers.
The city of Madison Finance Committee approved the funding for five housing projects, totaling approximately 375 units, 300 of which will be affordable.
University of Wisconsin-Madison political science professor Jon Pevehouse spoke about United States support for Israel at a Monday lecture hosted by the Wisconsin Union Directorate Society & Politics Committee.
Exclusive: Facing budget shortfalls, UW System president privately suggested chancellors ‘shift away’ from liberal arts programs at low-income campusesBy Liam Beran | Nov. 29
In an email to chancellors of UW campuses, UW System President Jay Rothman privately suggested schools “shift away” from liberal arts programs while making large, one-time budget cuts.
The City of Madison’s Streets Division announced it will remove 6% of salt routes to reduce the amount of salt entering local waterways and harming water quality, city officials said.
Alison Mariella Désir spoke at Memorial Union about inclusion and equity in the running industry.
Dane County leaders announced the additional funding for the “Farm to Foodbank” program ahead of the holiday season as demand is expected to rise.
The U.S. Department of Transportation announced $110.6 million in federal funding for Madison's bus rapid transit (BRT) line on Friday.
Christian, Jewish and Muslim panelists discussed religious diversity and coexistence to close the two-day forum.
Approval ratings for the U.S. Supreme Court remain low while President Joe Biden lags behind rival presidential candidates, according to a new poll from the Marquette Law School.
The groups protested against biodiversity and Indigenous land destruction Thursday outside the Wisconsin State Capitol building.