As Election Day nears in Wisconsin — a battleground state in the 2020 election — the Madison City Clerk's Office has implemented measures to ensure secure and accurate voting results occur once the polls close.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-3 Monday to not grant a six-day extension to county ballots in Wisconsin, and now requires all ballots to be received by 8 p.m. on Election Day.
Last week, local Public Health officials announced the switch to a “crisis model” of contact tracing as virus cases mount.
Democratic candidate Joe Biden has grown his lead over Republican President Donald Trump in Wisconsin with only nine days until Election Day, according to a new poll released by the University of Wisconsin Monday.
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Robert Redfield praised the expansion of COVID-19 testing at UW-Madison, adding that the UW System sets an example for how the pandemic can be controlled.
The DCHS is partnering with Don Miller Subaru West, ASPCA and Subaru to help over 70 animals find homes during the adoption event.
Early voting began Tuesday and will continue through October on the UW-Madison campus. Thirteen designated in-person absentee ballot locations opened and subsequently caused some long lines and waits for students.
The hunt for a venue for a new men’s homeless shelter continues for the city of Madison after a seller backed out of an initial, tentative deal to put the facility on the city’s east side.
Several alders on the Madison City Council felt that they were being asked to “take sides” in the ongoing battle between the University of Wisconsin-Madison and its students.
UW-Madison researchers have conducted two studies that target mentorship experiences among individuals who identify with minority groups, specifically those pursuing STEMM-related experiences.
A Barron County judge reinstated Gov. Tony Evers mandate that restricted capacity at bars, restaurants and other public venues to 25 percent Monday, after an initial court ruling struck the order down.
The UW School of Medicine and Public Health’s Wisconsin Partnership Program will award six community initiatives with $1 million grants.
The Madison school district will carry on with virtual learning at all grade levels until Jan. 22, 2021.
A recently published study from a UW-Madison psychology lab found that only a small proportion of individuals commit certain types of racist and discriminatory acts on campus, providing data that could be used to counter intolerance and a lack of inclusivity toward students who come from marginalized backgrounds.
Residents from under-reported areas, including off-campus housing, are especially encouraged to fill out the 2020 Census.
The City of Madison hired an unprecedented 6,000 poll workers this fall in anticipation for the upcoming Nov. 3 election, a total that dwarfs recent election cycles.
District 8 Ald. Max Prestigiacomo’s resolution calls for another UW-Madison campus closure, despite the recent decrease in active COVID-19 cases on campus.