Members of Madison’s Plan Commission unanimously approved a proposal Monday to rezone a downtown area from a housing friendly residential zone to a commercial friendly mixed-use one.
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From the dog’s body language and facial expressions, 31-year-old Madison woman Erika Scanlan was able to discern without reasonable doubt that her two-year-old puppy had been masturbating while she was away at work Tuesday.
Both the Badger men and women teams registered a tenth place finish in the NCAA Championships in Terra Haute, Indiana this past Saturday, closing out another successful season for one of Wisconsin’s most successful programs.
While searching for ways to fill a gap year before medical school, University of Wisconsin-Madison alumnus and aspiring physician Jeff Mahlum never imagined he'd find such a perfect fit in the Center for Patient Partnerships' patient advocacy program.
In back-to-back meetings Tuesday, Madison’s Committee of the Whole and Common Council weighed the feasibility of increasing council member salaries and raising funds for tree maintenance as part of the 2015 budget.
Attorney general Brad Schimel came under fire for his response to a question on interracial marriage during the 1950s, in an Eye on Oshkosh segment early last month.
The headlines are Northwestern University and unionized college sports, but the storyline is universal and highlights an opportunity for us all. Forget the fretting pundits who conjure up endless what ifs. The truth is, the football players at Northwestern understand the power of collective action and the meaning of a fair deal. We’d all be better off understanding the same.
The other day, I’m scrolling through BuzzFeed, and suddenly my heart drops. Surprisingly, it is not due to the baby dressed as Wilson from “Cast Away” but rather the realization that Freakfest is one week away, and yet again, I have no costume.