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With the 2016 primary just a little less than a year away, talk of Walker's rise is inevitably followed by this question: Is he peaking too soon?
The $885,000 skatepark is slated for completion by Aug. 19.
Under the direction of chef Bee Khang, Shinji Muramoto's second restaurant is still turning out excellent sushi and more in Hilldale Shopping Center.
Dear Editor: I admire Supervisor Leland Pan’s courage in opening the City-County Building to protesters, even if it’s not the decision I would have made. I must, however, take issue with the r…
Pocan is leading a bipartisan effort to fundamentally overhaul American spying powers.
Dear Editor: Well, well, politics makes strange bedfellows. John Freiburger was once the brightest star on the Fitchburg Plan Commission, and Ed Kinney shone brightly beside him. When Shawn Pf…
Twenty-four sex offenders already live within one mile of Mendota Elementary School, a much greater number than those housed in higher-income areas near other Madison schools.
Your daily guide to what's happening in and around Madison.
A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.
Madison School & Community Recreation will lease a portion of the center for an all-ages facility that would include art, dance, music, exercise, life skills and meeting space.
Stories that are making the news today in Madison and around the state and country.
Politicians have become so adept at lying that many people believe the lies rather than the facts.
Dear Editor:Your commentary on Judge James Daley's campaign tactics is valid, but falls short of painting the full picture in Wisconsin's upcoming Supreme Court election.
Candidates in City Council Districts 1 through 4 make their cases to voters.
Elections experts urged Wisconsin lawmakers on Tuesday to make "long overdue" revisions to the state's campaign finance laws, but differed on how it should be done.
Despite loss of middle class families, Walker administration says state 'heading in the right direction'
The governor's spokeswoman notes progress on income growth in the wake of a Pew report showing Wisconsin's middle class shrinking fastest.
Given his record and his vision, Paul Soglin clearly deserves re-election as Madison's mayor.
Dear Editor: Along with most Capital Times readers, I am neither black nor a police officer. I can listen to members of Madison's black community and members of the Madison Police Department, …
I am running for my fourth term on the Madison City Council, more committed than ever to the principles that caused me to first seek office as an alder: my passion for racial equity and social…
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to serve as District 6 alder for another term.