In an internal email sent Saturday night, Epic’s leadership told employees that they were welcome to continue working from home if they felt uncomfortable returning to campus. According to the Cap Times, employees have until Wednesday to notify the company of their plans to continue working from home. Today was going to mark Phase One […]
According to a new study from the UW-Madison Elections Research Center, presumed Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has a slight lead over Donald Trump in three key battleground states: Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Currently, Biden holds a six percent lead over Trump here in Wisconsin. The states, all of which were won by Trump in […]
In case you missed it, yesterday was National Book Lovers Day. This week on “What’s the Word,” Adam Schuster explores the passions and behaviors of the modern “bibliophile,” and he delves into the positive effects of surrounding yourself with books.
A 2014 study by the Smithsonian found that collisions with glass kill between 365 million and 1 billion birds annually in the United States. Madison buildings will be required to undergo bird-safe glass treatment after a unanimous vote by the City Council Tuesday. The ordinance intends to reduce the number of bird deaths caused by […]
In our new feature series, we sit down with open government expert Tom Kamenick from the Wisconsin Transparency Project every other week to find out what YOU need to know about open government. On the first edition of Transparency Talk… we take a look at the basics of open records. A quick note — this […]
Photo by Element5 Digital on unsplash. For voters casting ballots early, there are 18 in-person absentee voting locations scattered throughout Madison. These places are frequently libraries, though they also include the Madison city clerk’s office and some college campuses. According to Karen, a poll worker at the southern branch of Madison Area Technical College, these […]