If you are looking for a way to warm up after a long day in the Wisconsin wind, or are clogged up with a cold and need to breath, this ginger hot toddy will make you remember that winter or the ickiness you are feeling is only temporary, and that the sun, the warmth, and good feelings will once again return.
(WORT) — The Radio Astronomy crew unravels the story of missing electrons, meteor dust, and the mysterious D-region ledge.
(WORT) — UPDATE, January 8: Dane County Clerk Scott McDonell confirmed Friday afternoon that Rob Dz will be on the ballot in the District One Dane County Board race. Dz was able to correct two signatures previously ruled invalid. Upon further review, McDonell also deemed a third signature compliant bringing the total up to 51, one more than Dz needed to be an official candidate.
(WORT) — There may be snow on the ground but the fall harvest continues at the Dane County Winter Farmers’ Market.
(WORT) — A study to investigate providing high-speed public broadband in Madison is just getting underway. Mayor Paul Soglin is a supporter of creating a public internet utility that would provide equal access to broadband for all residents and says this feasibility study is the first step to making the plan a reality. Cameron Bren has this report.
(WORT) — In this week’s Madison History Podcast, local historian Stu Levitan describes one of the darkest episodes in city history. During Prohibition, the Madison Police Department secretly used the Ku Klux Klan to conduct raids on the city’s poorest residents.