The decision to base the jets in Madison has divided the community on public health and environmental concerns.
The contested crime victim’s rights amendment was supported by an overwhelming majority in Tuesday’s election, passing with 75 percent of votes in favor.
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.
Finding political identity has been a "rollercoaster" for Witte, who grew up in conservative Wisconsin.
As many Wisconsinites cast their ballots across the state, some felt they had to choose between their rights and their health while others were unable to vote because of last-minute changes.
The city continues to prepare for the upcoming primary election while attempting to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus at the polls.
Journalists have a job to inform the public, but in an unprecedented public health crisis there is a fine line between informing and spreading fear — when does news help, when does it hurt and how can journalists best report on coronavirus?
Students at UW-Madison are often willing to engage in meaningful political discourse despite increasingly polarized party politics, but sometimes struggle to find opportunities to do so.
Gov. Tony Evers was joined by every member of Wisconsin’s congressional delegation in calling on support from national officials to receive additional resources more quickly in the state’s fight against the coronavirus outbreak.
The UW-Madison Police Department is currently investigating a homicide discovered Tuesday morning at the UW Arboretum.
Madison and Dane County Public Health say it is unlikely the driver contracted the novel coronavirus from a passenger.
As students begin online courses, UW-Madison announces special pass/fail grading option for spring semesterBy Allison Garfield | Mar. 26
The Office of the Provost announced a special Pass/Fail grading option for students during the Spring 2020 semester due to the impact of COVID-19.
A man in his 50s from Fond du Lac County and a man in his 90s from Ozaukee County are the first two deaths in Wisconsin from the novel coronavirus.
Empty dorms could be offered to local hospitals as the COVID-19 crisis continues.
In-person classes canceled for remainder of semester: UW-Madison adds to growing list of restrictionsBy Michael Parsky | Mar. 17
Nineteen people have tested positive for the novel coronavirus in Dane County as of Tuesday, including one UW-Madison faculty member in the School of Veterinary Medicine.
The shutdown, affecting over 1 million children, will last until at least April 5.
Local St. Patrick’s day parade canceled to minimize the threat of a local COVID-19 outbreak.
The city urged residents to follow the health department’s recommendations to minimize the impact of the virus on the community.
‘I can’t go back home’: UW-Madison, some UW System campuses suspend face-to-face instruction due to COVID-19By The Daily Cardinal News Team | Mar. 12
UW-Madison suspended face-to-face instruction Wednesday, starting March 23 — the date classes would typically resume after spring break — in an attempt to lessen COVID-19 risks.