Several hundred marchers rallied on the steps of the Wisconsin State Capitol Saturday morning for the third annual Women’s March, despite snow and temperatures in the low teens. Happening at the same time as other marches in cities across the country, the event in Madison brought only a few hundred protestors, far less than the estimated 100,000 who packed State Street for the original march to protest Donald Trump’s inauguration in 2017. READ MORE
Gov. Tony Evers becomes Wisconsin’s 46th governor and calls for bipartisanship in the wake of lame-duck efforts to limit the power of his new office.
Jon Brockman | 12/22/2018 5:23pm
The Taco Bell on State Street will soon be serving alcohol after a Dane County judge ruled in favor of the restaurant in their lawsuit against the city over a rejected liquor license. Madison ...
Jon Brockman | 12/15/2018 4:46pm
Madison’s city council will have several fresh faces in its chambers come April, as at least eight of its members will not run for re-election.
Defang Zhang | 12/07/2018 8:00am
International teaching assistants at UW-Madison face challenges in and out of the classroom, but maintain a passion for teaching and their students’ learning.