One of the city’s largest projects, Bus Rapid Transit, is set to go into effect next year, making bus service for most Madison residents faster and easier. But one concern […]
The nurses at UW Health previously had a union, but after Act 10 was passed in 2011, the UW Hospital and Clinics Authority, or UWHCA, said that they were unable […]
It has been almost two years since Madison residents voted for their alders which means that elections for the city’s Common Council are on the horizon. What do you have to do to run for Alder?
Stu Levitan welcomes one of the most interesting and politically important UW graduates from the late sixties, Helen Shiller, whose career encompassed almost 30 years of civic activism and community […]
Madison in the sixties – death of a president. Wednesday, November 20, 1963. President John F. Kennedy begins his last full day in the White House with a Western Union […]
Earlier this month, three different Madison Police Officers were arrested across the state in just two weeks. Channel 3’s lead investigative reporter Naomi Kowles went about her job of reporting […]