- According to a news release, Friday afternoon on the east side Lindsay Hackl, 33 of Madison, had been fighting with a 12-year-old. After that Hackl apparently picked up Michael Niebuhr, 33 of Madison, who also then confronted the 12-year-old.
- Two men held a 21-year-old University of Wisconsin student at gunpoint on North Mills Street early Friday morning. According to a Madison Police Department incident report , the victim was walking to his residence when the two suspects approached him.
- Wisconsin's Secretary of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection is working with lenders to ensure 75 milk producers that lost buyers due to a change in Canadian trade policy won't lose their farms. Grassland Dairy notified those farms in March they will stop buying their milk, after the Canadian market for ultra-filtered milk - a high protein milk concentrate used in cheese production - dried up.
- MADISON, Wis. - The co-chair of the Legislature's budget committee is accusing a fellow Republican of "bloviating" and issuing "meaningless press releases."
- Lane closures will take place on John Nolen Drive from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 25th, between East Lakeside Street and North Shore Drive in order for city engineering to perform bridge inspections on the John Nolen Drive causeway.
If there is rain on Tuesday, this work will be...
- Gov. Scott Walker , second from right, greets Wisconsin Supreme Court Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson after the governor's State of State address at the State Capitol, Feb. 1, 2011, in Madison, Wis. CREDIT: AP Photo/Andy Manis On Thursday, the Wisconsin Supreme Court rejected a petition from 56 ex-judges to reform their ethics rules to prohibit judges from hearing cases involving their campaign donors.
- Authorities say two females, ages 16 and 17, were heading back to their vehicles after returning from a soccer event when a man approached them in the parking lot. Police say the man then pointed a handgun at one of the girls, demanding the keys to her vehicle.
- Rep. Mark Pocan , along with his colleagues Rep. Mark DeSaulnier , Rep. Debbie Dingell and Rep. Donald Norcross , brought together UW-Madison academic professionals, policy makers, and labor representatives from around the country for a discussion on the "Future of Work, Wages, and Labor" at the UW-Madison's Memorial Union. Congressmen Pocan and DeSaulnier created the "Future of Work, Wages, and Labor" initiative, when they were both Members of the Education and Workforce Committee, in an effort
- This undated photo provided by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Economics shows graduate student Wenxin Huai. Huai, a 24-year-old University of Wisconsin graduate student scheduled to receive her master's degree next month has been identified as the pedestrian killed when a car left the road and drove onto a Madison sidewalk Saturday night.
- Dane County officials confirm crews are on the scene. Madison police say a City of Madison Parks' employee discovered a body near the shoreline shortly before 1:00 Thursday afternoon.
- Friends and acquaintances of Wenxin "Wendy" Huai gathered outside the Dane County Courthouse and packed the courtroom where 32-year-old Kong Vang was charged Thursday afternoon in Huai's death. Vang was officially charged with two counts of Homicide by Intoxicated Use of a Vehicle, three counts of Recklessly Endangering Safety, and one count each of Possession of Meth, Operating a Motor Vehicle While Intoxicated - 2nd Offense and Operating with Prohibited Alcohol Concentration - 2nd Offense.
- Madison Police Department, along with two other parties, are currently investigating a death after a body was discovered near the shoreline of Lake Mendota in Marshall Park. According to a MPD incident report , an employee of the City of Madison Parks department found a body Thursday afternoon in Marshall Park, located at 2101 Boulevard.
- Beginning Monday, April 24th at 8:00 AM, Tri-North Builders and their subcontractors will be closing the 700 block of East Mifflin Street between North Blount Street and North Livingston Street. The closure is required for the installation of utility connections to the Veritas Village project. The...
- After bar close early Thursday morning, Madison Police Department responded to a series of gun shots fired outside a bar on the 100 block of State Street. According to the MPD incident report , officers arrested Fitchburg resident James Slattery after he fired a handgun outside of the Cask and Ale bar.
- OncLive , a leading digital provider of resources and information to oncology professionals, is thrilled to present State of the Science Summit: Breast Cancer at 5: 30p.m, on April 27, 2017, at Overture Center for the Arts in Madison, Wisconsin. Dr. Ruth O'Regan, division head of Hematology and Oncology in the Department of Medicine at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and chair of the summit, will be joined by expert medical professors from the University of Wisco
- Adults need immunizations too and Public Health Madison & Dane County (PHMDC) wants to make sure adults get the immunizations they need to stay healthy. To help in this effort, PHMDC recently sent out a letter to approximately 20,000 adults aged 66-80 years old who are due to receive a...
- Los adultos mayores también necesitan ponerse vacunas y la PHMDC (agencia de Salud Pública de Madison y el Condado de Dane) quiere asegurarse de que todos las reciban para mantenerse sanos. Para colaborar en este esfuerzo, PHMDC envió recientemente una carta a unas 20,000 personas de edades...
- St. Louis received its best ranking - for rent and job opportunity - in the health care sector, coming in at No.
- Five individuals and organizations dedicated to protecting, preserving and increasing the number of trees lining city streets, filling community parks and beautifying neighborhoods throughout the state earned recognition from the Wisconsin Urban Forestry Council at the recent 2017 Wisconsin Arborist Association/DNR conference in Green Bay. "The awards recognize and thank individuals and organizations for their work and commitment to the trees, plantings, habitat and economic benefits they provid
- Prosecutors highlight the rules violations of sex offender Dennis Hassel, as they try to convince jurors Hassel killed a retired a state worker in 2015. Hassel is on the trial for the first degree intentional homicide of 76-year old Larry Ewing.
- MADISON, WI – April 19, 2016
Imagine Madison, the process to update the City of Madison’s Comprehensive Plan Update will hold four public community meetings across the city to gather community input on strategies to achieve community goals and discuss how Madison should develop.
- Madison is piloting a program to offer free menstrual products to students in certain campus buildings. The pilot involves women's bathrooms in Helen C. White and Sterling Hall along with men's and gender-neutral bathrooms in the Red Gym.
- Oshkosh will rebuild 670 heavy tactical vehicles. The Army says it save about 25 percent when a truck is rebuilt rather than completely replaced.
- A spokesperson for the fire department says the call originally came over as an odor investigation near the science lab around 7:30 a.m. The Madison Fire Department's Hazmat Team was then called in about half an hour later. 27 News tried reaching out to Verona Area High School to see if students were being moved or evacuated, but we weren't able to reach a live person.
- More Headlines MADISON, Wis. - Madison police are investing a robbery Tuesday around 10:30 p.m. on Langdon Street in downtown Madison.
- Haley DeRoche, 30, is a public librarian in Richmond, Va. As a homeschooled teenage girl, DeRoche says Brio was a "wholesome" magazine she could read without fear of offending her evangelical parents.
- The resolution calls for the University of Wisconsin to break ties with 20 companies that conduct business in Israel, the U.S. and Palestine they say contribute to human rights violations both in the Middle East and domestically. Those companies include Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Wells Fargo and Bank of America.
- Wisconsin state Rep. Mike Kuglitsch, left, and Sen. Chris Kapenga pose with a Starship Technologies' delivery robot before a state Senate committee hearing at the Wisconsin Capitol in Madison, Tuesday, April 18, 2017, on their bill that would authorize the devices to operate on sidewalks and crosswalks. less Wisconsin state Rep. Mike Kuglitsch, left, and Sen. Chris Kapenga pose with a Starship Technologies' delivery robot before a state Senate committee hearing at the Wisconsin Capitol in Madiso
- Portillo's CEO Keith Kinsey, third from left, and founder Dick Portillo, fourth from left, along with other employees help to cut the ribbon Tuesday at the new Portillo's restaurant in Greenfield, Wisconsin. Usinger's bratwurst with stone-ground German mustard and sauerkraut are exclusively featured at 8705 W. Sura Lane in Greenfield, Wisconsin, along with the Portillo's in Brookfield, Wisconsin, which opened last July.
- The Northern Ireland native, known for acting in HBO's Game of Thrones and for his DJ sets on his " Rave of Thrones " tour, is speaking out for same-sex marriage in his country. In an interview with Northern Ireland's Belfast Telegraph Tuesday, he said he hopes the country will embrace marriage equality like Ireland and the rest of the UK.
- Dane County placed third for best health outcomes and seventh for best health factors, Kate Konkle, associate researcher at the UW Population Health Institute, said. But while this ranking shows Dane County is doing well compared to the rest of Wisconsin, overall rankings do not take into consideration the health disparity between different population groups within the county.
- Police say the suspect was involved in a confrontation with two other people and surveillance video showed they all took off shortly afterward. Police sent out a third WiscAlert to students around 8:30 p.m. to give the all-clear.
- Prosecutors laid out the basics of their case in opening arguments. saying that GPS mapping would be a part of the evidence they present.
- Just in time for both severe weather season and severe weather awareness week in Wisconsin Dane County is making sure it's emergency preparedness plan is in place. Sirens will be erected at the intersection of Fish Hatchery Road and Park Street, another at East Washington near Darbo Drive, and a third by Veterans Road and Vernon Avenue in the city of Stoughton.
- A 24-year-old University of Wisconsin graduate student who was to receive her master's degree next month has been identified as the pedestrian killed when a car left the road Saturday night and drove onto a sidewalk in Madison, Wisconsin. The Dane County Medical Examiner's Office said Monday that Wenxin "Wendy" Huai died from her injuries in the crash.
- MADISON, WI A search is underway to find an inmate who didn't return to the Dane County Jail on Saturday. The Dane County Sheriff's Office says Sorrell Gilmore has been declared AWOL.
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