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Henry Vilas Zoo falls short on conservation mission, raising questions on place in Madison community

Unless the Zoo takes action to improve conditions for its animals, locals should remain skeptical

State of Wisconsin

Supreme Court ends eviction moratorium, local rental assistance still available

Supreme Court ends the CDC's eviction moratorium, making future of many renters uncertain

UW-Madison Campus

PHMDC releases second face-covering emergency order

New order makes slight adjustments for “long term living with COVID” PHMDC representative said

UW-Madison Campus

UW announces face masks will be required in all campus buildings again

Starting August 5, all staff, students, visitors must wear masks in campus buildings due to rise in COVID-19 cases from the Delta variant, UW says

UW-Madison Campus

Chancellor Blank releases additional details for fall semester, return to campus

UW is aiming for approximately an 80% vaccination rate for students this fall, according to the press release

UW-Madison Campus

UW campus changes COVID-19 restrictions for events, face coverings, outdoor physical distancing

Fully vaccinated people no longer required to wear face coverings in most indoor spaces on campus starting June 2

City of Madison

Dane County Board of Supervisors ask Sheriff’s Office to stop no-knock warrants

Proposal comes after Louisville police officers shot, killed Breonna Taylor in surprise raid more than a year ago

City of Madison

Several thousand people attend Mifflin Block Party despite COVID-19 restrictions

'Any students found to have violated laws, public health orders or campus policies may face university disciplinary action,' UW spokesperson says

COVID-19, COVID19, Coronavirus, UW Madison
Column

Ending statewide mask mandate is counterproductive as pandemic’s end wavers out of sight

Loosening restrictions and safety precautions too early is risky when the pandemic is not fully under control

Capitol, Madison, State Capitol, Carroll St,
City of Madison

Public health alert issued after spike in Dane County overdoses

'In previous instances where there has been a rapid increase in the number of overdoses in a short period of time, this has been linked to adulteration of the drugs' supply with synthetic analogs of drugs,” UW professor says

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