Wisconsin FoodShare fraud crackdown questioned

Wisconsin FoodShare fraud crackdown questioned

Gov. Scott Walker is devoting major resources to fighting a small incidence of error and abuse; state says the efforts protect taxpayers.

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Q&A: Ruben Anthony steps in as Urban League CEO during difficult time for Madison

Q&A: Ruben Anthony steps in as Urban League CEO during difficult time for Madison

He talks about how he's liking the job so far, how he plans to move the Urban League forward and community response to the police shooting of …

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Cartoons of the Week

Cartoons of the Week

Recent cartoons from The Cap Times opinion page. Enjoy!

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Plain Talk: Good reason for part-time Legislature

If state Sen. Steve Nass really wanted to save taxpayers money, he'd push for a part-time Legislature instead of attacking workers. 

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Tex Tubb's to roll out seven collaboration beers for Madison Craft Beer Week

Tex Tubb's to roll out seven collaboration beers for Madison Craft Beer Week

The restaurant worked with six local breweries to produce seven unique brews.

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Photos: STRUT! parade around Capitol Square

Photos: STRUT! parade around Capitol Square

People in costume and stilt walkers participated in STRUT!, a community arts procession, around the Capitol Square in downtown Madison on Saturday.

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Sector67, Children's Museum summer tech camps click with kids

Sector67, Children's Museum summer tech camps click with kids

Camps focused on 3D printing and inventing are filling up fast, organizers say.

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Morning briefing: Madison's 'Don't Shoot' painting draws police criticism

Morning briefing: Madison's 'Don't Shoot' painting draws police criticism

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

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Union Corners with organic market, cohousing finally taking shape

Union Corners with organic market, cohousing finally taking shape

Neighbors have been frustrated with the slow pace of development but several projects are now moving forward.

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Madison teaching duo captures student life, personality with video series

Madison teaching duo captures student life, personality with video series

The series of videos with Lincoln Elementary School students is meant to educate, elevate and entertain.

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In Case You Missed It: Sharp debate over cheddar

In Case You Missed It: Sharp debate over cheddar

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

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Wisconsin Democrat to counter food stamp bill with 'cheese amendment'

Wisconsin Democrat to counter food stamp bill with 'cheese amendment'

Cheese was a sticking point in a debate spurred by a Republican proposal to restrict which foods can be purchased with food stamps in Wisconsin.

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Senate committee to consider repealing Wisconsin's prevailing wage

Senate committee to consider repealing Wisconsin's prevailing wage

Despite efforts from GOP leadership to pump the brakes, a Wisconsin Senate committee will move forward on a proposal to repeal the state's 84-…

May 01, 2015 1:30 pm

Photos: Cap Times' best photos of April

Photos: Cap Times' best photos of April

Cap Times photographers Michelle Stocker and Mike DeVries selected these photos as their favorites from the month of April.

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Edgewater project now facing over $6.5 million in construction liens

Edgewater project now facing over $6.5 million in construction liens

In addition, the general manager hired in 2014 is no longer with the hotel.

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