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A burglar who broke into a Southwest Side home Sunday night did so when the 96-year-old woman living there wasn't home.
Verona/Mount Horeb holds No. 4 spot in Division 1 rankings
A Menomonie man was arrested early Sunday morning after he allegedly brandished a knife at a group of people who didn't want to "fist bump" him at a State Street bar.
Liberal Center for Media and Democracy alleges group at center of John Doe case improperly spent money on politics
A group of activist Catholic sisters collectively known as "The Nuns on the Bus" will stop in Madison next Monday, one day before this year's midterm elections.
The program is run through the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions.
A Lodi man who crashed in a cornfield Sunday and is expected to be charged with alleged drunken driving was being followed by his wife and son in another vehicle, authorities reported.
Burglars who smashed a glass door to get into a business early Saturday stole over $14,000 worth of golf gear.
Two very different free concerts: “Symphony on the Rocks” will get you on your feet. “The Columbiad" will make you stop and think.
The first-term Republican governor said special interests targeting him, defends angry Madison voters comments
Madison police are investigating shots being fired Monday morning on University Avenue, with one witness saying it might have been shots fired between two vehicles.
A Madison man was arrested Saturday afternoon after he allegedly attacked two men walking on a Near East Side street.
Two suspects who broke into a Janesville convenience store early Monday fled without taking anything when they spotted a clerk in the store.
A rural Beloit man, stopped by police for driving without headlights on Sunday night, was arrested for his alleged sixth drunken driving offense.
Monday's high in Madison is forecast to be in the low 70s. Enjoy it, because it might be the last of the 70s for awhile.
It’s a match made in nanny-state heaven. Having failed to ban Big Gulps in New York City, former Big Apple mayor Michael Bloomberg has dumped $85,000 into the campaign in San Francisco to pass…
Tracy Burrus recently became the first African-American woman to be promoted to lieutenant in the Madison Fire Department.
The county wants voters to sound off on the minimum wage and federal health care money, issues where Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke clearly differ.
A new festival rides the huge wave of popularity that bacon has had in the past decade.
We will all die, of course. It’s part of the deal. No need to dwell on it, and in fact we spend most of our time not thinking about it — which is not the same as avoiding it. Who can think of …