The first day of City Council’s 2021 Budget amendment talks wrapped up after five hours of testimony from registered speakers.
Residents register in droves at Tuesday’s Plan Commission meeting against the proposed plan to build a 10-story building in the James Madison neighborhood.
UW-Madison mandated testing for all residents of Witte and Sellery Halls on Monday, Nov. 9 amid rising positivity rates across campus.
Assembly Speaker Robin J. Vos, R-Racine, directed a committee on ___to use its investigatory powers to review the recent election in the state of Wisconsin, expressing concerns about potential voter fraud due to mail-in ballots.
Researchers at UW-Madison sequenced different strains of the coronavirus and discovered that Gov. Tony Evers’ “Safer at Home” order from March lowered the number of new COVID-19 cases.
Revellers and protesters gather at the capitol for the fourth day in a row as media outlets announce Joe Biden’s inevitable victory.
Pro-Trump protest at capitol interrupted by student counter protest.
At least 13 residences near the UW-Madison campus are under investigation for violating public health guidelines over Halloween weekend as the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise in Wisconsin.
Despite enthusiasm and hope for the youth vote, twelve student-heavy wards underperformed their 2016 turnout by 31 percent.
As residents cast their in-person ballots on an Election Day fraught with tension, a Madison non-profit organization enlisted the help of "Election Defenders" at polling sites across the city to protect and empower voters.
Biden holds a massive lead as votes continue to be counted.
President Donald Trump traveled to Kenosha for a last-minute rally on the eve of Election Day, as Wisconsin figures to be a key battleground state heading into the 2020 presidential election.
As Election Day looms, nearly 1.9 million absentee ballots have been returned in Wisconsin as of Monday morning — about 63 percent of the state’s voting total in 2016.
Dane County is expected to play a significant role in impacting Tuesday’s Nov. 3 election in Wisconsin.
Students balk at “legal” off-campus gatherings while bar lines stay short.
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank announced Thursday the university would extend its “All Ways Forward” campaign until the end of next year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Student representatives in City Council, County Board and committees say the structure of those bodies impose barriers to community participation in governance.
The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation announced Wednesday it would provide over $100 million in grants for university institutions and it would move its annual Innovation Day in November online.
Former Sun Prairie Communications and Diversity Strategist Reuben Sanon has been chosen to fill the deputy mayor vacancy.
In a long-awaited meeting, Chancellor Blank encouraged student activists to seek change through her Vice Chancellors and other administrators, rather than Blank herself.