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Dr. Carleen Hanson: Patience is key to fighting acne
Dear Dr. Hanson: My 14-year-old daughter is starting to get acne and is very self-conscious about it. There are so many treatments out there that I’m not sure where to start. What do you suggest?
Dr. Zorba Paster: Questions on essential oils, milk
Understanding the nutritional benefits of different types of milk.
Fun-loving Globetrotters tackle 'revenge' tour
Madison takes its sports seriously — except for these guys. When the Harlem Globetrotters run on the court at the Alliant Energy Center Friday night, they’ll be powered by equal parts athletic…
What to watch this week: Remembering departed shows
At the end of each year, the canceled and discarded TV shows pile up like so much crumpled tissue paper, destined for the recycling bin.
Going Out: Weekend highlights
Both UW-Madison basketball teams, men’s and women’s, play on Sunday at the Kohl Center.
Badgers football: UW hopes winning bowl game will help regain respect for Big Ten
It was a moment of pride for the Big Ten on Dec. 7 when 10 of its 14 teams were selected to play in a bowl game, tying the 2011 season for most in the conference’s history.
Bucks: In Milwaukee, a new hope rises in the new-look NBA
The Bucks have been bad on the court, play in a dinosaur of an arena and are in need of fresh ideas to breathe some energy into them.
Police: Man shot in face at Fitchburg gas station
The man who was shot sustained non-life threatening injuries, while the shooter fled on foot, police reported.
Wisconsin's economy looks "healthy" and "promising" for 2015, industry leaders say
The prognostications come in a report compiled by the Wisconsin Bankers Association.
Fire destroys Jackson County mobile home
Fire destroyed a mobile home in Jackson County Thursday.
Madison gasoline prices drop to low of $2.28 a gallon
But in Milwaukee, prices are even lower.
Mautz still needs to take down signs -- Bill Lueders
The State Journal ran a fine story Dec. 1 by George Hesselberg about the "Private property no trespassing" signs on Governor's Island, actually a peninsula, on the Mendota Mental Health Center…
Walker's agenda is trouble for new year -- Lila Hemlin
The new year is rapidly approaching, and we can look forward to a rapid implementation of our re-elected governor's priorities.
Redirect marches to encourage education -- Tom Consigny
Three events occurred recently that raised eyebrows and hopefully increased our collective awareness regarding black education achievement.
Fellowship training good for surgeons -- Ernie Pellegrino
I would like to applaud the efforts made by the Alliance group of employers who for years have kept the costs of medical care down. They do so by identifying high-cost surgical procedures at a…
Kudos to State Journal for giving gifts -- Ron Endres
The Empty Stocking Club and Helping Hands projects were another success. Kudos to the State Journal staff and many volunteers who make these efforts possible.
Ice sport enthusiasts zero in on the few frozen patches of lake
For the most part, though, lakes Mendota and Monona are still wet and wavy.
The Fonti family returns to Madison and sets up in a former competitor's space
The former American TV and Appliance building on the Beltline is being transformed into a Furniture & ApplianceMart, Ashley Furniture HomeStore and an Ashley Sleep Mattress Store.
Q&A: Common Core questions answered
Confused about Common Core? You're not alone. Here are some answers to common questions about the academic standards.
Artisan food emporium could be coming to Mount Horeb
Organizers of a proposed enterprise center in Mount Horeb that would serve as a hub for numerous food-related businesses have begun studying feasibility of the project.