The Dane County Medical Examiner’s Office identified a UW-Madison doctor and her husband Wednesday as the two victims of a double-homicide at the UW Arboretum earlier in the week.
UW-Madison senior class officers announced they will be raising funds for the Green Bandana Project as their departing class gift to help build support and recognition of mental health on campus.
Ald. Lindsay Lemmer, District 3, announced her candidacy Monday for the soon-to-be vacant State Assembly seat of Rep. Melissa Sargant, D-Madison, making her the second person to join the race for the position.
From time to time, the UW-Madison campus is flooded with lime green bandanas tied to students' backpacks. The project, hosted by the UW-Madison chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Health, has even spread to other orgs and beyond Madison.
Members of a local water advocacy group voiced their concerns to the Madison City Plan Commission Monday about a proposed parking lot intended for a new Amazon distribution center on the city’s East side.
Members of the Madison Alcohol License Review Committee expressed concern after the owner of a new Madison social venue advertised drink specials for its opening night despite not having an alcohol license.
The Student Services Finance Committee held a budget hearing for The Black Voice Monday to plan for the upcoming fiscal year.
A perfect storm of expanding agriculture, invasive species and climate change continues to fuel potentially harmful algae blooms on the four Yahara lakes, raising health concerns for the campus and its surrounding community.