City of Madison

Companies are attempting to recruit millennials by offering student loan repayment assistance

Madison-area company Esker announced their new employee benefit this month

State of Wisconsin

Colin Kaepernick removed from Black History Month resolution after backlash from Wisconsin GOP lawmakers

Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, said Kaepernick's inclusion in resolution would impede democrats, republicans from working together

UW-Madison Campus

Nearly a month after Engineering Centers Building fire, automotive center still closed

Center's closure is stalling several automotive student organizations who compete in less than a month

UW-Madison Campus

Practices to lower runoff are key to protecting resources, speakers say

Water researcher, city planner discuss urban hydrology policy

City of Madison

MPD responds to burglary at Statesider apartments, suspects still at large

Suspects are described as being between 14 and 16 years old

City of Madison

Microloans continue to assist furloughed federal workers

We Are Many - United Against Hate continues to raise money as the government shutdown continues to impact Madison

State of Wisconsin

Democrats urge Republicans to work collaboratively in light of new state budget

Gov. Evers will introduce 2019-21 state budget Feb. 28

UW-Madison Campus

Wisconsin Partnership Program awards grants to Madison companies for initiatives in public health diversity

Grants to improve well being of people of color through community initiatives, trainings

State of Wisconsin

UW System announces task force to combat statewide teacher shortages

Decline in enrollment, lack of certification amongst K-12 teachers is a focus

UW-Madison Campus

Ten UW faculty members receive Distinguished Teaching Award, honors unique teaching methods

Award honors passionate teaching, innovative methods to improve classroom, learning quality