Consultants have released a set of 146 recommendations on the Madison Police Department after a year-long review of its polices, practices and procedures. Chief Mike Koval said the MPD will respond to the recommendations by the end of January.
Despite the city severing the contract, DANEnet Executive Director Alyssa Kenney said many households have taken advantage of the nonprofit's digital learning courses.
In 2016, there was a domestic dispute where a woman threw a vacuum cleaner at or near her husband. The case was tried on Tuesday, and several community advocates want to know why.
Johnson’s bipartisan legislation introduced as controversial higher education omnibus bill pushes through House committee.
"This is pure speculation," said Ryan spokeswoman AshLee Strong in a statement. "As the speaker himself said today, he's not going anywhere any time soon."
“Home Brewing Methods” at Stone Creek Coffee explores how to find the best ratio, grind, water quality, brew method and more for your best coffee.
A new campaign wants to eliminate childhood poverty in Wisconsin, but it's leaving the policy recommendations on how to achieve that up for discussion.
Farmers are operating in a system that provides inherent benefits to large farms and often creates significant hurdles for small and medium-sized operations. The current tax proposals may make these challenges worse.
A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.
Surely there are three Republican senators who recognize that the tax bill is not the path to improve the lives of U.S. citizens. They have the power to prevent the grinches’ Christmas heist.
Stories that are making the news today in Madison and around the state and country.
Sen. Frank Lasee, R-De Pere, and Rep. Robert Brooks, R-Saukville, are sponsoring bills that focus on tenant-landlord rights and development but that also limit municipal powers.
Police on UW campuses will be armed with free doses of Narcan, a nasal spray that reverses the effects of an opiate overdose.
Cramer, a professor of political science, said the move will also give her more time to teach.
Tell your state senator to vote no on the repeal of Wisconsin's air toxics regulations.
If there is a "Convention of States" to consider constitutional amendments, thanks to Scott Walker all of Wisconsin's delegates will be politicians appointed by other politicians. That's absurd.
This week, Rob Thomas muses on seasonal "treats" like Starbucks' Christmas tree latte and hot cocoa and marshmallow flavored popcorn.
Overture Center's Sarah Knab comes on the podcast to talk about favorite pre-show haunts, as well as the best date night deals in Madison.
Beaujolais, a light-bodied, fruit-forward red wine made from gamay grapes in France, is experiencing an identity (and quality) revolution.
After he got married, Bill decided to consolidate his student loans with his wife's under a now-defunct federal program. It was the worst mistake he says he's ever made.
The Capital Times' Paul Fanlund, editor and executive publisher, John Nichols, associate editor, and Dave Zweifel, editor emeritus, welcomed hundreds of people to the Monona Terrace on Tuesday night to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the newspaper. Community members enjoyed food and drink…