Prep Mania - Week 5
A Mineral Point man is out of jail after being arrested Monday for alleged substantial battery.
A second grader's donation to Sunshine Place will help the local community have access to food and free, public services, according to Sunshine Place officials.
Thursday marks the one-year anniversary of Dane County's first active shooter incident. Four people were injured when an employee at WTS Paradigm began shooting inside the software company’s Middleton office on Deming Way.
There is no element more important to returning government to the people than ending gerrymandered, rigged elections.
Help wanted signs are popping up in windows across Madison, and experts explained that businesses may need to make themselves more attractive to potential employees.
Legislators are celebrating another milestone for a bipartisan bill that would address the state's sexual assault kit backlog.
Earlier tonight, dozens of people met at the capitol to rally for change to our current gun laws.
Editorial Director Neil Heinen pays tribute to the contributions of Bill Lunney as he prepares to say goodbye to the Dane County Parks Commission.
Friday night, the UW Carbone Cancer Center holds its annual "Sparkle of Hope" fundraiser for its gynecological oncology program.
Innovative partnerships utilizing community strengths to deal with shared concerns and solve problems can be effective on issues as global as climate change.
For the first time, we're hearing from the family of the teen who was shot to death at his Fitchburg home.
The Landmarks Commission voted Monday to delay a decision about a historic Madison home’s filing of demolition by neglect, despite Common Council direction to rescind the filing.
Julian Castro, a Democratic presidential candidate, and his twin brother, Rep. Joaquin Castro, attended a discussion on political policy at the Cap Times Idea Fest at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, on Saturday.
Lori Jenson, owner of Apple Hut in Beloit, said a late spring snow was not enough to deter this year's crop.
A $9 million expansion and renovation project at Madison's Ronald McDonald House is officially complete.
Prep Mania Week 4
The Madison World Music Festival has returned to Madison for its 16th year, with the goal of uniting the globe through music and dance.
A special steering committee created to pursue the possibility of building a new sports complex in the city of Janesville has chosen its preferred location.
Think of this as a city of Madison environmental editorial…of sorts.
5G is the fifth generation of cell service. It promises speeds of up to 100 times faster than the current 4G service. All four major U.S. carriers have some sort of 5G service, but it's only in a handful of cities and only in a few neighborhoods.
If the 115th Fighter Wing gets new and more advanced jets, its neighbors will be significantly impacted, according to the draft environmental impact statement out in August.
The Wisconsin Dells community gathered to say goodbye to one of their closest friends Thursday.
What changes in infrastructure might prevent flooding in the future?
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