This will be our last Tone Madison podcast episode of 2018, and to wrap things up, we’re listening back to some of the moments that made the year memorable. We produced 40 episodes of the podcast this year. That represents hundreds of hours of work by a whole group of dedicated and curious people. It […]
Earlier this week, Tone Madison published a survey asking the candidates in Wisconsin’s Democratic gubernatorial primary about how, if elected, they would go about supporting the arts in our state. Seven of them got back to us. Since we posted the survey responses straight-up, without any commentary or analysis, we also wanted to step back and have a […]
Drones, tanks, and heavy armored vehicles. The Madison Police Department is making some changes in their hardware and equipment, including buying a couple new drones. In March, Madison police received a report of a missing disabled teen. To find the teen as quickly as possible, police borrowed drones from a neighboring department to aid in […]
Dylan Brogan, WORT news volunteer and member of the Isthmus staff, takes over the Access Hour to have a talk with someone who could be of some consequence. Otherwise, the Access Hour knows nothing…
Madison City Council members. They decide how much your parking tickets and bus fares cost. They determine how many police and firefighters the city will hire. They choose how many snow plows and garbage trucks the city can afford. They influence the look and feel of our neighborhoods – how many bars there can be, […]
8 O’Clock Buzz host Brian Standing talks with Anders Zanichkowsky, of the Tenant Resource Center regarding Madison’s recent crackdown on the State Street homeless. Anders also works on homeless and policing issues as a member of the No Dane County Jail Group.