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Hiebing Group sees parallels — and opportunities — in the nation's fastest growing city.
Delancey, the Seattle pizzeria she owns with her husband, is the subject of Wizenberg's newest memoir with recipes. She comes to Madison Thursday.
Dear Editor: When I first moved to Madison I was shocked by the high cost of housing. I moved into a cheap, mismanaged, 300-square-foot studio that reeked of secondhand smoke. My housing was n…
Author James Mills argues that the conservation movement needs to do more to increase the participation of minority populations in outdoor recreation.
BRISTOL, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut man is facing charges after allegedly grabbing a mop out of a Bristol hotel employee's hands and "mopping aggressively" over the worker's shoes.
Campaigns shroud fundraisers in as much secrecy as Yale’s Skull and Bones society. The giving of money to politicians occurs, as much as possible, out of public view.
Dear Editor: “Own Your Tomorrow” is a phrase often used to encourage people to DO something — to act upon their beliefs rather than complain about how things are. I would ask your readers who …
Schimel said his campaign donors won't have any more access than other citizens, and that a statement he made about representative government was taken out of context.
A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.
Many economists and business people say state governors may have some impact at the margins, but ultimately are limited in how much they can really do.
WCCN, formerly the Wisconsin Coordinating Council on Nicaragua, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this week by honoring Sue Lloyd and Sheldon Rampton
Stories that are making the news today in Madison and around the state and country.
ProPublica and the Daily Beast highlight how WMC, Wisconsin Club for Growth played crucial roles in ousting former Democratic Sen. Jessica King and ran attack ads against Sen. Dale Schultz.
We are throwing away money and destroying lives with our bloated prison system. As AG, I'll work to stop that.
In a Republican county, I was unopposed for re-election as DA because I kept politics out of the office and focused on getting the job done.
Mary Burke will take good ideas from all sides and move us forward.
Dear Editor: We now have another one of sleazy TV ads on behalf of Mary Burke, attacking pro-life Gov. Scott Walker, who desires to protect all human life.
Our daily afternoon roundup of the best stuff on captimes.com and beyond.
Dear Editor: Like many organizations across the state, including numerous editorial boards, the Wisconsin Council of Churches has encouraged the state to accept the federal Medicaid funds for …
Group is advocating for addition of $3.5 million upgrade to the district's planned facilities referendum.