Wisconsin Republicans introduce bill to require photo IDs for food stamp recipients

Wisconsin Republicans introduce bill to require photo IDs for food stamp recipients

Food stamp recipients in Wisconsin would be required to use photo ID cards for their purchases under a bill being proposed by two Republican lawmakers.

5 hours ago

Photos: Gib's Bar on Williamson Street opens

Photos: Gib's Bar on Williamson Street opens

Gib's Bar, built into a Williamson Street house next door to Grampa's Pizzeria, feels like going to a very cool friend's house party. Built b…

8 minutes ago Photos

Photos

Information sector sees greatest wage growth in Dane County

Information sector sees greatest wage growth in Dane County

The average weekly wage for those jobs in the third quarter of 2014 was $1,507, up 28 percent from the inflation-adjusted wage in 2004.

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Badger Exam mired in politics as opt-outs mount for the standardized test

Badger Exam mired in politics as opt-outs mount for the standardized test

Rep. Chris Taylor tells Republicans they’re out of touch with constituents as they refuse to advance bill preventing the test’s use for assess…

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The Day Ahead, April 18: Dane County Farmers' Market, WADOMA West AFrican Dance

The Day Ahead, April 18: Dane County Farmers' Market, WADOMA West AFrican Dance

Your daily guide to what's happening in and around Madison.

3 hours ago

Morning briefing: UW-Madison to cut 400 positions, close and merge programs

Morning briefing: UW-Madison to cut 400 positions, close and merge programs

Stories that are making the news today in Madison and around the state and country. 

3 hours ago

Political mood of the state takes a 'pretty striking' downturn in Marquette Poll

Political mood of the state takes a 'pretty striking' downturn in Marquette Poll

The change was most stark with those who consider themselves independents, with men and with people not from Wisconsin's biggest cities.

6 hours ago

UW-Madison: We can’t afford $15 an hour for student workers

UW-Madison: We can’t afford $15 an hour for student workers

Pay increase efforts are focused on living wages for jobs supporting education, research and infrastructure, officials say.

6 hours ago

Events aim to celebrate Tony Robinson's life, support his mother

Events aim to celebrate Tony Robinson's life, support his mother

There are events scheduled the next two Sundays that shift the focus from protest to celebration.

7 hours ago

In Case You Missed It: Frank being frank about Frank

In Case You Missed It: Frank being frank about Frank

Our daily afternoon roundup of the best stuff on captimes.com and beyond.

18 hours ago

Atlas Improv celebrates 11 years with butt bared and laughs earned

Atlas Improv celebrates 11 years with butt bared and laughs earned

The improv company is celebrating its 11th anniversary in Madison with a weekend of performances dubbed the "Endurance Improv Fest."

21 hours ago

UW-Madison's next 'Go Big Read' will tackle racial inequality with 'Just Mercy'

UW-Madison's next 'Go Big Read' will tackle racial inequality with 'Just Mercy'

"Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption" by Bryan Stevenson will be featured in some campus coursework and special events.

22 hours ago

In high school jersey retirement ceremony, Frank Kaminsky celebrates his failures

In high school jersey retirement ceremony, Frank Kaminsky celebrates his failures

The Badgers star and consensus national player of the year had his No. 44 retired at Benet Academy in Lisle, Illinois.

23 hours ago

Wisconsin Film Fest: 'The Look of Silence' speaks volumes

Wisconsin Film Fest: 'The Look of Silence' speaks volumes

The documentary tells the story of a man uncovering harrowing truths about the mid-1960s Indonesian genocide.

April 17, 2015 11:00 am

Wisconsin Film Festival: In 'Manglehorn,' Al Pacino is a locksmith who's lost the key to life

Wisconsin Film Festival: In 'Manglehorn,' Al Pacino is a locksmith who's lost the key to life

"Manglehorn," which will open theatrically in June, played Thursday on the closing night of the Wisconsin Film Festival before a full house at…

April 17, 2015 10:30 am

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