The family of Peter Talen, a college student who died in a Madison house fire in 2007, continues to raise awareness of the importance of fire safety.
A garage attached to the popular birthday bar caught on fire at approximately 1 a.m. Sunday morning. No injuries were reported.
Wisconsin State Treasurer Sarah Godlewski announced the allocation for library books and other essential school materials in partnership with State Superintendent Jill Underly.
Group of five senators lead charge to pass bill in “lame-duck” session.
After a tense midterm election in Wisconsin, compromise between Democrats and Republicans looks as rare as it was during the last four years.
Three UW-Madison juniors raised over $500 for cancer research, and all proceeds will be donated to the Carbone Cancer Center.
Poll workers, student voter engagement personnel and Dane County polling data all indicate University of Wisconsin-Madison voters repeated high 2018 and 2020 marks this election cycle.
UW-Madison student government unanimously voted to disband rebuilding the shared student governance body from the ground up.
Reading scores have decreased among Wisconsin students, and educators are working toward solutions.
The opening of a new chain store sparks debate on whether or not an increase in commercial chains impact the overall character of State Street and downtown Madison.
Some indigenous students hope a commitment to Native activism extends throughout the year, not just during the month of November.
Comedian Charlie Berens gives his biggest piece of advice and shares what’s so special about Midwest culture ahead of his winter commencement speech.
Indigenous agricultural practices center around harmony with nature, and could solve natural disasters and other global issues in modern society.
The biggest amendment to the mayor’s budget is to provide funding needed for the Madison Public Market.
Shine On Madison returns to downtown Madison to celebrate the holiday season.
The Respect for Marriage Act is back on the Senate agenda after a group of bipartisan senators including Wisconsin Sen. Tammy Baldwin said they were “confident” a new amendment would garner enough votes to pass the bill.
Supreme Court potentially ending affirmative action poses threats to diversity at UW-Madison, universities across the nationBy Christy Krueger | Nov. 14
UW-Madison upholds the consideration of race among many other factors in admissions.
Gloria Reyes announced her candidacy on Thursday and is currently running uncontested.
This open-access book was designed to bridge the gap between Black activism and disability activism while being accessible and readable for many people.
The lawsuit against the primate lab goes beyond inhumane animal treatment, as a former caretaker alleges the lab censored her on social media.