A new study from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services or DHS finds that Indigenous and Black babies continue to die at a significantly higher rate than their white counterparts. […]
David Fahrenthold on the Three Wisconsin Men at the Heart of a Vast Po...
Since 2014, the political nonprofit American Police Officers Alliance has raised around $29 million dollars in mostly small donations to, supposedly, help or oppose political candidates and promote issues nationwide. […]
The Anti-Deferment Sit-In of May 1966
Madison in the Sixties. May 16, 1966 – the anti-deferment sit-in. As the war in Viet Nam kept getting worse, the monthly draft call kept getting higher. When it hit […]
Hmong Day Looks to Expose Hmong Youth to State Government
Hmong students from across the state gathered today to meet state lawmakers and learn how to get involved in all levels of government. It was a part of Hmong Day […]
Council to Vote on Creating Air Quality Monitoring Network
The Common Council is set to vote this evening to accept a grant from the national Environmental Protections Agency to install a network of air quality monitors around Madison. Those […]
Certified Direct Care Professional Program Offers Free Training to Fut...
According to the Wisconsin Assisted Living Association, there were over 23,000 open caregiver jobs in Wisconsin in 2022, and not nearly as many people available to fill those jobs. To […]
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