Maija Inveiss

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Maija Inveiss started as the digital content editor for Madison Magazine in June 2017. She manages online content, oversees social media accounts and generates home and lifestyle content. Maija graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with degrees in Journalism (reporting and strategic communications) and French. Working for the Daily Cardinal, Madison Commons and the Badger Herald, Maija gained experience with feature writing and news coverage. In her free time, Maija celebrates her Latvian heritage by singing and folk dancing with the Milwaukee group Metieniņš.

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Middletons school district alumni network to host town hall addressing racial injustice

Renovations on Sun Prairie City Hall to start in August, two years after explosion

Butler Police Department looking for suspect in multiple retail thefts

Rock County Sheriff's Office arrests two after seizing firearms, cash, amphetamines

Kwik Trip acquires Stop-N-Go Convenience Centers

Overture Center to host virtual performance featuring 'Hamilton' star

Proceeds from $40 tickets benefit Overture Center.

Semi truck hits vehicle after vehicle failed to yield right of way from stop sign

Shop from these six local Black-owned businesses

Madison is home to Black makers, shop owners and online retailers.

Officials warn of Great Moving after complaints in 26 states

UW School of Medicine and Public Health works to dispel COVID-19 myths

In-person, drive-up absentee voting starts Tuesday

UW Health reopens wig salon for cancer patients

Gov. Evers orders flags to half-staff in honor of recently identified Korean War soldier

Passenger in Dodge County rollover crash suffers life-threatening injuries after being ejected from vehicle

Motorcycle crashes into parked vehicle, driver taken to local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries

Man arrested on suspicion of fifth OWI in Janesville

Man pushes woman to ground after argument, takes cellphone in Reindahl Park, police say

Madison Magazine seeks nominations for outstanding nurses

This year reminds us just how important our nurses are.

Madison volunteer makes more than 3,000 masks for area hospitals, organizations

Man enters East Washington Avenue restaurant, takes money from cash register after claiming to have gun

Girl Scouts introduces 24 new badges to help girls practice leadership

Police investigating two gun crimes on Tucson Trail

Drive-thru to get fair favorites despite canceled Wisconsin State Fair

The Fair Food Drive-Thru gives Wisconsin foodies the chance to enjoy their fair faves.

Wednesday last day to register to vote online or by mail before August primary

Burglars stole purses, wallets, car keys from occupied home on Timberwood Drive

Madison man arrested for 8th offense OWI

'It was not protected free speech:' Father of artist confronted by man claiming murals were racist speaks out

Multiple shots hit east-side home, bullets enter occupied bedrooms, police say

Gov. Evers' personal assistant dies in Green County tubing accident

The man's death has been ruled as an accidental drowning

City of Madison commits $100,000 to match Kiva small business loans

Camp Randall Stadium's south end zone renovation project being put on hold

Willy Street Co-op raises more than $53,000 for nine anti-racism organizations

Customers raised $33,869.76 in 14 days, then the Co-op matched $20,000.

With food tours on hiatus, Madison Eats develops a new food experience

Madison Eats Food Tours finds a new way to share the local food community.

Madison College emphasizes remote delivery for fall semester

Madison's newest line of seltzers

As of early July, Untitled Art's Florida Seltzer has three flavors.

Passenger in black sedan fired multiple rounds from handgun, police say

More than 1,800 impacted in breach of protected health information at treatment facility

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