Following an up-and-down start to his collegiate career, Sam Anderson changed his tune and is now poised for a promising career in professional golf.
The Madison City Council voted Tuesday to ban the use of facial recognition technology with exemptions for the Madison Police Department after a divisive debate over the controversial tool.
Following the completion of a partial recount, the Chairwoman of the Wisconsin Elections Commission approved the state’s vote tally from the November election Monday, confirming President-elect Joe Biden’s victory and paving the way for lawsuits challenging the results to proceed.
President Donald Trump traveled to Kenosha for a last-minute rally on the eve of Election Day, as Wisconsin figures to be a key battleground state heading into the 2020 presidential election.
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.
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.
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.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court decided on Monday it would keep the Green Party’s presidential ticket off the ballot as clerks around the state prepare to send absentee ballots to over a million voters.
Effective at 5 p.m. Monday, UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank directed all undergraduate students to “severely limit in-person interaction and restrict their movement” for two weeks following a rise in COVID-19 cases.
‘This is the time for change’: Milwaukee activist organizes impromptu march to Washington D.C. for racial equalityBy Michael Parsky | Aug. 20
As demonstrations against police brutality and racism entered its 60th consecutive day in Milwaukee, protesters began mulling the option of extending their voices beyond the city’s borders — all the way to Washington D.C.