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Dear Editor: After so many months of construction and traffic delays, East Johnson is once again open for business and a smooth ride. Though don't go riding your bike down there just yet. Desp…
Stories that are making the news today in Madison and around the state and country.
While much of our contemporary anxiety over the way personal data are collected and distributed is directed at the government, the more pervasive — and perhaps most insidious — users of person…
There are about 17,322 trans people in Wisconsin and 750 in Madison. Local groups are working to help them have safe and healthy futures.
The two conservative think tanks teamed up on two reports, presented at the state Capitol on Wednesday.
A USA Today interactive tool comparing arrest rates across the country found almost 1,600 cities that have greater racial disparities in arrests than Ferguson.
Locals say cranberries are a far better choice to represent the state, but Minnesotans are particularly peeved about "Grape Salad" representing the Gopher State.
Our daily afternoon roundup of the best stuff on captimes.com and beyond.
The Packers take Fridays off for massages, but they practice on Saturdays. It's an unorthodox approach, but it's apparently working.
Dear Editor: Our Democratic candidate for governor, Mary Burke, is on my mind. An elected Assembly person should resign immediately, and give their seat to Burke, so she can continue her heroi…
The discourse must expand from men's experiences alone to include the unique ways African-American women are targets of racial profiling and harassment.
The e-cigarette industry-funded group says exiling vapers to the frigid outdoors is "especially cruel."
He announced Wednesday he has returned the budget to the City Clerk without a signature, and it will therefore move ahead without any more changes.
Environmental group links ‘beneficial reuse’ of coal ash to southeastern Wisconsin well contamination
DNR questions methodology, says source of high molybdenum levels not traceable.
The matching grant from the alumni philanthropists will let the campus grow its stock of faculty with endowments to support their work.
Money raised during the campaign will help the fund provide grants during the coming year to nonprofits that work with young people in the community.
An American version of universal national service — appropriately voluntary but socially expected — should be a defining issue of the 2016 election.
The council also denied a significant raise for council presidents, confirming actions taken last week during budget discussions.
The Republican Assembly Speaker has deemed the GAB “dysfunctional” and called its director and general counsel, Kevin Kennedy, an “embarrassment.”
A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.