City of Madison

As affordable housing options shrink in Madison, local refugee resettlement efforts suffer

Only two refugee resettlement organizations remain in the city, as rising housing prices have edged others out

UW-Madison Campus

Fifty years later, America facing similar race issues, speakers say

During the Johnson administration, America was 'moving toward two societies,' report says not much has changed

UW-Madison Campus

Millennial Action Project hosts bipartisan discussion on financing higher education

Group hosted Rep. Amanda Stuck, D-Appleton, who said she believes bipartisan cooperation is still possible

City of Madison

City departments work through extreme weather

City departments aim to keep Madison running as smoothly as possible despite cold temperatures, high snow fall

UW-Madison Campus

‘Make your own path’: Panel of food-based executives offer advice to beginning entrepreneurs

Panel comprised of EatStreet co-founder, former Food Network CEO, NewTree co-founder

State of Wisconsin

Evers to close controversial ‘Dark Store’ loophole

Some believe closing 'dark store' loophole will save taxpayers money, others argue it makes tax assessment more subjective

UW-Madison Campus

SSFC passes recommendations for UHS budget, calls for more mental healthcare providers

SSFC also passed Wisconsin Union budget

UW-Madison Campus

Former Massachusetts Supreme Court Justice says Fourth Amendment validates racial profiling

The way people of color are policed is a 'visible reminder' of pervasive racial inequality, Justice Geraldine Hines says


Native American representation in medicine crucial to combating public health disparities, report suggests

Report found that only 62 out of more than 5,400 graduates at UW School of Medicine and Public Health identified as Native American

City of Madison

Everything you need to know before Tuesday’s election

Where to vote, when to vote and who is running