The report found Wisconsin’s 1849 abortion ban would cut abortion access statewide, especially in Dane and Milwaukee counties.
Incumbent Governor Evers and Senator Johnson locked in tough race against opposition
Student organizations pull out all the stops to turn out UW-Madison vote, some students remain unconvincedBy Ellie Nowakowski | Nov. 3
BadgersVote and other on-campus organizations are hopeful about student interest and engagement as the midterm elections approach.
Sauk Prairie High School government teacher Ryan Mussack believes much of his class — and Sauk County — doesn’t live on the political fringes.
The construction of the Madison Public Market has been delayed, and with a $5.25 million funding gap, the project does not seem to be starting any time soon, according to officials with the Madison Public Market Foundation.
Student activism on LGBTQ+ issues throughout UW-Madison’s history created a more accepting and safe environment for students, according to GSCC.
Fourteen years after the murder of UW-Madison student Brittany Zimmerman at her apartment, David Kahl, a former person of interest in the case, admitted guilt.
The 2022 Fill the Hill event raised $421,057.
Various elected officials came to support Mandela Barnes in his upcoming election for U.S. Senator on Nov. 8.
A person dressed as Adolf Hitler roamed the State Street area Saturday night, sparking anger and confusion among the campus community.
The former president appeared alongside Gov. Tony Evers, Lt. Gov Mandela Barnes and other high-profile Democrats in a last-minute bid to energize Milwaukee voters.
State Rep. Francesca Hong wants her UW-Madison constituents to know their voices matter in public policy and elections — no matter their experience level.
Investigation of Henry Vilas Zoo finds no evidence of discrimination or hostile workplace allegationsBy Charlie Hildebrand | Oct. 29
The investigation, led by Judge Valerie Bailey-Rihn, did find evidence of unfair employment practices and problems within the zoo’s administrative structure.
The Massachusetts senator joined Gov. Tony Evers, Sen. Tammy Baldwin and other Wisconsin Democrats for a rally and early voting event.
Wisconsin Speech and Debate wins Loyola Rambler Debate Tournament, places in Mid-America Forensics League TournamentsBy Natasha Hicks | Oct. 28
Members of the team are optimistic about the organization’s future and are happy to be back in person after three years of virtual tournaments.
Over 7,400 visits recorded since ‘Sifting and Reckoning’ unveiled on Sept. 12.
On Oct. 25, Republican-running governor Tim Michels was joined by Republican-running Attorney General Eric Toney to speak with students on their campaign platform and primary policies.
Early absentee voting will be available at UW-Madison weekdays from Oct. 25 to Nov. 4 at Memorial Union and Union South from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Dane County Sheriff's Office Deputy fatally killed the suspect linked to “several weapons violations.”