Police agencies look into using drones

Madison College develops training program on unmanned aerial vehicles

Small pieces of plastic with a small motor and camera, weighing less than five pounds, seem poised to become a valuable and affordable tool for law enforcement.

Criminal justice students learn from Ferguson unrest

Inside a classroom at Madison College, law enforcement students are learning a history lesson written a little more than three months ago. When Michael Brown was shot and killed by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, it set off weeks of violent protests. It also became a case study for law enforcement.

Life-and-death decisions are being learned in simulator

Students learn from mistakes in simulator that could cost lives once on the job

Madison College students are experience what it is like to make life-and-death decisions in a split second, which is something law enforcement officers experience for real on the streets.

Food event raises money for culinary scholarships

Flavors of Madison features more than 20 local restaurants

Independently owned restaurants in Madison will unite to fund and support Madison College culinary arts scholarships at an event Sunday night, according to a release.

State faces shortage of 20,000 nurses

Report: Significant number of nurses will retire in next 5 to 10 years

According to a Wisconsin Center for Nursing report, Wisconsin could see a shortage of 20,000 nurses by 2035.

Madison College works to close job training gap

Survey: 60 percent of employers have difficulty hiring employees

A survey of 341 Wisconsin CEOs reveals a growing concern about finding enough skilled employees to fill job vacancies and facilitate growth.

Police responding to shots fired, seeking 2 people

WiscAlerts sent to UW-Madison students say to stay indoors

Madison police said two teenagers have been detained but not arrested in connection to reports of a shot fired around 6:20 p.m. near 124 Langdon St. in downtown Madison.