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The first in a series of public hearings on issues facing urban schools was held at the State Capitol onTuesday.
Dear Editor: It should surprise no one, as Pat Schneider reported, that UW-Madison ranked abysmally low in the New York Times College Access index, which measures the economic diversity of U.S. colleges. For many years, UW administrators' top priority has…
An architect of the famous pranks of the Pail and Shovel party on the UW-Madison campus, he went on to become a high school math teacher.
Walker's approval rating among Wisconsinites is XX percent, according to a Marquette University Law School poll released Wednesday. The poll is the first since Walker ended his presidential campaign on Sept. 21.
The Republican proposal would make sweeping changes to the century-old system.
Dear Editor: Re: “When cyclists die” by the Wisconsin State Journal's Doug Erickson. Yes, yes, wear a helmet, look both ways, follow the law. Heard it all before.
Morning briefing: Glenn Grothman: Planned Parenthood unnecessary because 'as a guy' I have plenty of options
Stories that are making the news today in Madison and around the state and country.
Sundance Cinemas and the Cap Times are giving away five pairs of tickets for the Oct. 6 screening of the World War I drama.
A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.
The decline in coal use worldwide in good news for our climate, our air, and our health.
Three Cap Times reporters and one photographer watched as officers worked their shifts in and around Camp Randall Stadium on Sept. 19, interacting with Badgers fans and, in some cases, arresting them.
After 3:15 a.m., the council narrowly approved a development agreement for the project, 12-6.
Kevin Hart, one of the biggest comedians in the world (if in stature if not in height), will play the Kohl Center next Tuesday, Oct. 6.
A recent poll shows how out of step the Supreme Court and members of Congress are with public sentiment.
Executive Joe Parisi is focusing on multiple efforts to address racial disparities and equity in the county.
Dear Editor: In his concession speech Sept. 21, Gov. Walker actually said, "I believe voters want to be for something and not against someone."