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Last year, 635,165 hunters harvested 255,003 deer statewide for a 40 percent success ratio. The number of hunters was the most since 2008, but that number -- and the percentage -- will likely …
The Badgers made their first six shots Thursday night as they raced out to a 17-2 lead against Vanderbilt. But the Commodores then switched to a zone defense.
Tyler Glass leads the Flying Arrows past Amherst in Division 5.
The University of Wisconsin football team had plenty to look forward to during last year’s bowl season.
Time to silence the ringtones of your smartphone and listen to the sounds of those pesky squirrels, who more often than not convince you they are that turdy-pointer coming your way.
WASHINGTON — Historic. Such is the ubiquitous description of the climate agreement recently announced in Beijing between Barack Obama and Xi Jinping in which China promised for the first time …
Depending on use and time of year, residential water bills could increase between about $3 and $44 monthly.
I see the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. is going to spend more than $1.5 million on radio, print and online promotions to hype Wisconsin's business climate to lure business to our state.
It appears drivers in Madison can speed, go through stop lights and stop signs, ignore crosswalks and drive with impunity.
I see U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Madison, voted "no" on the Keystone pipeline, going along with President Barack Obama. U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson voted "yes" for the project.
Jay Ambrose's column Sunday, "Walker was right to fight public unions," praised Gov. Scott Walker breaking the public unions in Wisconsin. But in describing the effects of public sector union …
With all the homeless people in the world, what a shame it is to spend millions of dollars on campaign ads to buy a job such as governor, senator or congressman.
The proposal to require drug testing for food stamp and welfare recipients is ludicrous. Yes, our government spends billions of dollars on the SNAP (Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program…
We must strenuously oppose any fee or tax that will have a predictably negative impact on energy efficiency.
Clinging to a two-point lead Thursday afternoon, Fond du Lac Springs didn’t want to leave anything to chance.
Beloit police apprehended an Illinois man with outstanding felony warrants related to armed burglaries Thursday, causing a road closure and a school lockdown.
Wisconsin's statewide nine-day gun deer season opens Saturday, with the rut - or deer mating season - past peak but with bucks still very active across the state.
Five more criminal charges were filed Thursday against a former UW-Madison student who allegedly tried to extort three women for sex using ads on Craigslist in which he pretended to be a woman.
But the Middleton company's stock dipped in trading Thursday.
Verona Area Community Theater is working with Madison-based CaS4 Architecture to design a new facility at an estimated cost of $2 million that would better-meet the needs of the growing organization.