Evers announced a new office to ensure environmental justice for underserved communities during his Earth Day press conference on Friday.
Though students and faculty raised concerns about the selection process and Rothman’s lack of experience in higher education, system leaders are confident in his abilities.
The adoption of GOP-drawn maps is behind Abbas’s switch to District 46 race.
“Our Clean Energy Plan can help us create good paying jobs that don’t require a college degree and bring talented workers to Wisconsin while saving money, reducing energy costs and building the sustainable future we want for our state,” Evers said.
In the face of one-time restrictions adopted by the Wisconsin Supreme Court, clerks ran last week's election radically differently from one municipality to the next.
The Little Free Library on State Street now not only provides books but a clean-energy charging station for community members in need.
BREAKING: UWPD issues warning to students following armed robbery near E. Campus Mall and W. Johnson StreetBy Charlie Hildebrand | Apr. 15
The alert is UWPD’s second warning for an armed robbery on Thursday following an earlier incident on South Park Street.
UWPD issues a warning to students avoid the South Park Street area following an armed robbery at Asian Midway Foods.
UW-Madison student runs online thrift and custom apparel store, aims to provide a “sustainable alternative” for clothing shoppers.
Koshkonong Solar Farm approved in Dane County, set to be largest renewable energy plant in WisconsinBy Gavin Escott | Apr. 14
Supporters hail the project as a “major milestone” that will help the state transition to clean energy.
Gov. Evers' 'Get Kids Ahead Initiative' grants Wisconsin school districts $15 Million to provide school-based mental health supportBy Alexander Tan | Apr. 12
Nearly every school district in Wisconsin, including over 450 local education agencies, will be awarded funds to provide mental healthcare through the governor’s “Get Kids Ahead” initiative.
Jeffrey Jalinski, 37, was arrested after one of the Dairy Drive homeless encampment's houses was burned down on March 29.
Olikara hopes to represent a “new way” of doing politics.
Scott Walker says UW-Madison COVID shutdowns slowed “the spread of communism” at campus speaking engagementBy Francesca Pica | Apr. 7
Former Gov. Scott Walker spoke at a GOP Badger event Wednesday night, discussing freedom of speech on campus, the 2024 presidential election and Marxism on college campuses.
With a surge of patients and a lack of nurse educators, local hospitals continue to face staffing issues.
The two candidates in the highly contested race were split on policing in schools.
"This city for the first time in our 176-year history has elected its first Black mayor. We did it," Johnson said.
The shooting was "premeditated, preplanned and targeted,” says Police Chief Shon Barnes.