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If we want to avoid deaths, and we do, we should look at all the ramifications of officers going on patrol without guns.
Unions have not always taken up the fight and organized for justice. It’s time we do so consistently.
Mondays through Fridays, Cap Times staffers share their pop culture fixations.
"Off the Wall" is a weekly feature showcasing visual art at galleries, cafes and more around the Madison area.
The show will be the band's first Madison show in over four years.
A new cafe on the south side brings fresh baked goods and bistro-style sandwiches to a neighborhood with few such establishments.
Craig's new album "Eggshell" is streaming exclusively on Pandora, and he'll be back in Madison Thursday at the Brink Lounge.
Artists Eric and Heather ChanSchatz used their long residency at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art to create a new piece inspired by the city.
State Debate: Are they still state parks if state doesn't help pay for them? asks the Journal Sentinel
A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.
Your daily guide to what's happening in and around Madison.
Everywhere I go, I will be black. After college, I will return to fight for my rights.
Stories that are making the news today in Madison and around the state and country.
Quasi-private economic development agencies like WEDC in several states have attracted the attention of national groups.
Dear Editor: Is it as simple as Scott Walker is just plain angry and especially at Wisconsin? I am so confused. The list of his actions that have and will hurt Wisconsin is so long that I won'…
Feingold's record — against the Iraq war, campaign finance abuses, bad trade deals, and more — shows he gets major issues right.
Dear Editor: The Wisconsin Farmers Union recently released a series of graphs that show the effect of the governor’s budget on rural school districts. In the proposed budget, schools face a $1…
Chairman Bill Tracy says panel will take up issue raised by disabled student Karen Brown next fall.
Dear Editor: In response to Scot Ross and Robert Hiltonsmith's "Higher ed cost shift sabotaging state's growth": What’s sabotaging state economic growth is employer reliance on college degrees…
Our daily afternoon roundup of the best stuff on captimes.com and beyond.
Dear Editor: Isn't it amazing that JDS landed the Exact Sciences headquarters for Judge Doyle Square? Brilliant yes, amazing no. Only a local developer with intimate knowledge of the powers th…