Some of you may be cleansing after a weekend full of chocolate eggs and jelly beans. How did a giant bunny become the mascot of Easter? We look at how some of the traditions of Passover and Easter started.
Tomorrow, April 3rd, is Election Day in Wisconsin. There’s one statewide race on the ballot and that’s for our state Supreme Court. If you live in Dane County, you’ll also be voting for a local Judge, and depending on where in the county you live, you might have a competitive County Board race in your […]
Governor Scott Walker has been fighting to not hold a special election for two vacant seats in the State Senate and Assembly. After three judges rejected his request, Walker has decided to abandon court action. Judge Reynolds ordered that Walker must call for the special elections by March 29th at noon. The two legislative districts […]
Four candidates are seeking to fill three open seats on the Monona Grove School Board. The board consists of seven members and each member serves a three-year term. The Monona Grove School District is comprised of three elementary schools, a middle school, and a high school. They also oversee a Liberal Arts Charter School. WORT […]
The Madison Landmarks Commission will make a recommendation on what should happen to a large monument in Forest Hills Cemetery tonight. The United Daughters of the Confederacy put the monument there in 1906, and it remembers confederate soldiers buried in a portion of the cemetery known as Confederate Rest. After many quiet years in the […]
This weekend, the UW Women’s Hockey Team will compete in the NCAA tournament’s “Frozen Four.” On Friday night at 7 p.m., Wisconsin takes on Colgate University in Minneapolis. On the other side of the bracket is Clarkson University and Ohio State. Earlier in the year, Ohio state bested Wisconsin, putting a blotch on a near […]