The Plaza tavern’s GoFundMe campaign likely to reach $75,000 goal after just one week.
On Sept. 28, the Nicholas Recreational Center opened the doors to many of its facilities for UW-Madison students.
Libertarian presidential candidate Jo Jorgensen visited Madison on Saturday as part of her “Real Change for Real People” campaign tour to promote her platform as a third party candidate.
The Friday event proceeded as planned amid calls from GOP legislators to cancel.
In a recent interview with Diverse Issues in Higher Education, UW-Madison’s Jerlando Jackson attributed long-standing racial inequalities as causes for recent protests in Kenosha, Wis., after the shooting of Jacob Blake, an unarmed Black man, by a police officer.
In its latest poll, the UW-Madison Elections Research Center found that Democratic nominee Joe Biden leads in three battleground states over incumbent President Donald Trump as the November Presidential election nears.
Fraternity leaders say that UW administrators were not in contact with them to prevent the spread of COVID-19, contrary to statements from university officials.
The budget of the MPD is outrageous and needs to change': MPD spent nearly $20,000 on crowd control in three days of protestsBy Kate Van Dyke | Sep. 24
The Madison Police Department spent nearly $20,000 on tear gas, pepper spray, foam bullets and other riot control materials in response to protests after the death of George Floyd from May 30 to June 1, according to an open records request.
UW-Madison hosts its largest student body and second largest freshman class on record despite pandemic-related concerns.
The Finance Committee voted to approve the program that could fund 48 body cameras for police officers.
On Monday, former Vice President and Democratic Party nominee Joe Biden made his second campaign trip to Wisconsin, visiting the Wisconsin Aluminum foundry in the northeastern county of Manitowoc.
MMSD’s new superintendent Dr. Calrton Jenkins begins his first semester following a long and controversial candidate search.
Following an earlier complaint against one of its animal facilities, the University of Wisconsin-Madison released a statement claiming the accusations misrepresented a UW lab in its treatment of primates.
Wisconsin State Superintendent Carolyn Stanford Taylor delivered a virtual State of Education Address from the Capitol on Thursday, addressing the individual and collective challenges in education posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tailgating likely to cause infections across Dane County County, Officials warn.
UW-Madison students looking to withdraw from the Fall 2020 semester due to COVID-19 related reasons may now receive full tuition refunds up until Friday, Sept. 18.
Amid market changes and declining revenue due to COVID-19, the Madison City Council slashed funding for three prominent tourism organizations, but also applied for a federal grant to help finance the construction of another project — an indoor public market.
Missing the companionship of her dog at home, UW-Madison senior Becca Bell decided to bring the comforts of a furry friend to her college apartment.
The City Council will soon decide whether or not to put changes to the council’s structure on the spring ballot.