Nearly two hundred people gathered to celebrate the groundbreaking of Madison College’s Goodman South Campus at the corner of Badger Road and South Park Street today. Madison College President Jack Daniels hosted the ceremony and invited administrators, donors, and community partners to share remarks about what they hoped would be a historic day for South […]
A new documentary film by Robin Hauser called bias made its way to Madison on the evening of Tuesday, June 5. Though the film is on the festival circuit, the screening in Madison was for a slightly different crowd: workers. Nearly six hundred employees in business, health, and education from across the city came […]
The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports is happening this weekend at Churchill Downs in Louisville. To get ready for this big race, Sarah Hopefl and Eli Radtke look at the history and give some fun facts on the one and only Kentucky Derby.
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 […]