City of Madison

(Press)ed for Freedom: As U.S. erupts with protests in wake of George Floyd death, debate on press rights ignites as journalists covering events face police violence

Madison journalists, journalism students weigh in on what current treatment of press means to them, UW professors discuss legal rights


Tamia Fowlkes, UW junior, featured on NBC News’ ‘Meet the Press: College Roundtable’

Fowlkes, joined by student journalists, show moderator Chuck Todd, interviewed NAACP president Derrick Johnson


A Balancing Act: As abortion reaches the national stage, people grapple with arguments on ethics, science, religion

With backdrop of political debate, adults, students alike wrestle with beliefs, how that should translate into policy


Policy & Payments

As the healthcare debate rages on, college students struggle to navigate law while budgeting for a broken system


The semester that was: Fall 2019’s biggest stories

A recap of Fall 2019's biggest headlines


In the crossfire: As vaccination rates drop in Wisconsin, activists from either side come armed with defenses

While citizens and scientists alike strive to keep themselves safe, division on vaccine efficacy comes to a head

State of Wisconsin

Wisconsin State Patrol looks to diversify nearly 90% white male state trooper force

Identifying people to serve in law enforcement 'a challenge,' DOT spokesperson said

UW-Madison Campus

Annual UW report shows hate crime reports have dropped, while sex crime reports have increased

Rise in sex crimes potentially attributed to increased reporting, experts said


Behind the buzz: The truth about vaping

As more cases of vaping-related lung disease surface, the health consequences are slowly being realized

UW-Madison Campus

Experts, UW vice chancellor release external review on UW fraternity, sorority life

The review involved the UW vice chancellor, experts from other schools, alumni and current Greek life students