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2 hrs ago | Chicago Tribune
A suspect in the killing of an Oregon man at a Madison, Wis., hotel, waived extradition today after being arrested in suburban Lyons this week, authorities said.
3 hrs ago | WKOW-TV
The City of Madison is giving the federal government two options for a shelter that could house up to 250 undocumented children for a period of 30 to 60 days.
5 hrs ago | WKOW-TV
Doctors say they're seeing an unusual increase in cases of hand, foot and mouth disease among children in the Madison area.
7 hrs ago | Channel3000
The Wisconsin State Journal reported Mark Lefebvre and Jennifer Kidon DeKrey are forging a new effort to establish an osteopathic school after a separate group's proposal fell through.
8 hrs ago | Channel3000
A man who was screaming and throwing merchandise at West Towne Mall had been smoking synthetic marijuana, according to a release from Madison police.
8 hrs ago | WMTV Madison
Deputy Brian Biwer was assisting Madison police at 3:00 a.m . on Walbridge Ave. An "unwanted subject" was in the area and police were attempting to take him into custody.
11 hrs ago | WKOW-TV
Madison police are looking for two people they say robbed a man early Thursday morning.
13 hrs ago | CNN
Shana Verstegen is a world champion lumberjack athlete and an ACE-certified personal trainer .
Nearly a week after tragedy struck over the skies of war-struck Ukraine, about 40 bodies of the nearly 200 Dutch aboard the Boeing 777 returned home today.
After gaining control of the fire, crews remained on scene to put out hot spots.
The Wisconsin Republican Party on Tuesday filed a complaint with the state elections board saying the ad that ran Sunday in Madison and Milwaukee newspapers was an illegal campaign contribution to Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke.
Two people, including an eight-year-old boy, were hospitalized and three others escaped harm in a near-drowning incident Tuesday on a northern Wisconsin lake, the Vilas County Sheriff's Department said.
Alexandra Zimmern chose to spend her summer studying Jewish texts in Jerusalem. Sirens have sounded three times since she arrived.
It's not likely anyone has midsummer doldrums - there are plenty of activities to pack in during these few months of great weather - but when the calendar turns to late July it's time to check off another great Madison summer tradition.
College freshmen coming to Madison won't be the only young adults around town come fall.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has taken affirmative action to a new level.
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Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 05:05 pm
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