Madison considers allowing bee hives in employment districts

Madison considers allowing bee hives in employment districts

The city is also looking at other methods to protect pollinators such as bees and butterflies.

2 hours ago

The Reading Project opens #SmartStartLab at Darbo-Worthington community center

The Reading Project opens #SmartStartLab at Darbo-Worthington community center

Paul Hager knew that the ten kids gathered at the Salvation Army Community Center on Darbo Drive Tuesday could barely contain their excitement.

22 minutes ago

Plain Talk: America's worst governors — including Scott Walker — want to be president

Plain Talk: America's worst governors — including Scott Walker — want to be president

Writer Paul Rosenberg says the media has given Walker something of a pass so far on how he's failed Wisconsin. 

1 hour ago

In Case You Missed It: Paul Soglin, ringmaster

In Case You Missed It: Paul Soglin, ringmaster

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

15 hours ago

Madison man to kick off production of new soccer skills-building game, Futpong

Madison man to kick off production of new soccer skills-building game, Futpong

The game can be played anywhere and the inventor touts its ability to build juggling and ball handling skills.

18 hours ago

With 'Squad,' artist Faisal Abdu'Allah assembles a team of everyday heroes

With 'Squad,' artist Faisal Abdu'Allah assembles a team of everyday heroes

Abdu'Allah, a new associate professor at the UW-Madison, found subjects by asking his students to identify people who were advocates for them. 

22 hours ago Photos

Photos

Morning briefing: Justice David Prosser explains why he didn't step aside on 'John Doe' case

Morning briefing: Justice David Prosser explains why he didn't step aside on 'John Doe' case

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

22 hours ago

State Debate: Bad roads, open records, gun checks, the 'Nazi card,' all draw comments today

State Debate: Bad roads, open records, gun checks, the 'Nazi card,' all draw comments today

A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.

23 hours ago

Photos: Juices and microgreens at SuperCharge Foods

Photos: Juices and microgreens at SuperCharge Foods

The new SuperCharge Foods Wellness Center, Urban Farm and Juice Bar on the east side has a space for growing microgreens, a juice bar, therapy…

23 hours ago Photos

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SuperCharge Foods raises microgreens and mixes smoothies on East Washington Avenue

SuperCharge Foods raises microgreens and mixes smoothies on East Washington Avenue

A juice bar serving juices named for Madison neighborhoods and a new kind of microgreens "urban farm" has opened on the east side.

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David Walsh leaves Board of Regents with plea to build grassroots support for UW

David Walsh leaves Board of Regents with plea to build grassroots support for UW

David Walsh, part of a disappearing coterie of non-Walker appointees, called on regents to fight erosion of state funding to the university.

July 30, 2015 8:00 am

Paul Fanlund: As GOP debates loom, six anti-Scott Walker themes emerge

Paul Fanlund: As GOP debates loom, six anti-Scott Walker themes emerge

The governor’s well-worn Wisconsin narrative is being undermined by fresh questions on the national stage.

July 30, 2015 6:00 am Related

In Case You Missed It: Yes, there is life after Epic

In Case You Missed It: Yes, there is life after Epic

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

July 29, 2015 4:45 pm

Ron Johnson targeted by environmental group for opposing EPA regulations

Ron Johnson targeted by environmental group for opposing EPA regulations

The League of Conservation Voters is targeting Sen. Ron Johnson for opposing carbon emission regulations put forward by the Environmental Prot…

July 29, 2015 4:30 pm

Attorney: 'I would not trust this Legislature to do the right thing' with open records laws

Attorney: 'I would not trust this Legislature to do the right thing' with open records laws

Several attorneys on Wednesday cautiously agreed some changes to Wisconsin's open records laws are worth considering, but rebuked legislative …

July 29, 2015 3:00 pm

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