This program will serve as an alternative to traditional police response on incidents regarding behavioral and mental health.
Fraternity members apologize for removing a tree, with an estimated value of $13,000.
As the vaccine supply chain continues to strengthen DHS officials say now is the time to open eligibility to anyone in the state.
Gov. Tony Evers announced his spending plan for the $3.2 billion the state received from the American Rescue Plan Monday. He also vetoed a bill that would have given Republicans in the legislature oversight of the federal funding.
The Madison City Council is looking for voters’ input on structural changes that would institute the second full-time council in Wisconsin and alter the makeup of the council for the first time since 1993.
Student members of the UW-Madison Varsity Band are delighted to practice in-person for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
'Relationships are key for microbes, the scientists who study them': PhD student reflects on research, community at UWBy Anna Feldman | Mar. 29, 2021
PhD student Charlotte Francoeur created the zine “The Wonderful World of Microbes” in partnership with the UW Arboretum to illustrate the relationship of microbes to other organisms in the arboretum’s ecosystems and beyond.
One-third of Dane county residents have received first dose of vaccine, 20% fully vaccinated
Health officials urged caution in Wisconsin as new COVID-19 cases increased slightly and a new strain was identified Thursday, as vaccinations pick up across the state.
Students have lost jobs and income because of a dried up job pool during the pandemic, but the ASM Student Relief Fund still hasn’t been implemented.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank plans for a “new normal” for the Fall 2021 semester.
State and local government and educational institutions in Wisconsin are expected to receive $3.21 billion in funding from the federal government as part of the latest COVID-19 relief fund — the American Rescue Plan. UW System institutions are expected to receive about $275 million.
Local government works with business owners to create a roadmap going forward.
While COVID-19 has made homelessness more complicated, organizations, the city government and the community have reallocated their resources and boosted their efforts to serve the homeless community.
'Perkins borrowers are being failed again': UW withholds debt relief to loan holders amidst the pandemicBy Addison Lathers | Mar. 25, 2021
The Department of Education has allowed universities and colleges to suspend payment and interest accumulation on the needs-based student loan program since April, but the UW Administration has neglected to follow through.
MPD’s decision not to let community responders into an area with a displaced homeless population after a shooting nearly cost a man his life.
“Online school is our home. Where we live is our classroom right now, this is where we're learning... what will happen to people who can't pay for housing?”