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3 hrs ago | Newsday
A California woman who got kicked in the face after trying to climb into the giraffe exhibit at a Madison zoo has paid a fine and apologized.
4 hrs ago | WMTV Madison
With the officer-involved shooting in Ferguson, Missouri causing violent protests, the issue of using body cameras on police is in the spotlight.
8 hrs ago | Channel3000
As befits a celebration of innovation and entrepreneurship, Madison's Forward Festival has never been content to rest on its laurels.
13 hrs ago | Merrill Foto News
A 72-year-old Madison man was taken into custody early Monday evening after a deputy stopped a speeding vehicle south of Tomahawk.
17 hrs ago | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
Three unrelated sexual assaults were reported between Sunday and early Wednesday in neighborhoods near the University of Wisconsin-Madison and UW-Milwaukee.
A Madison child care center that had its license revoked in July due to an alleged sexual assault will retain its license, but will have to pay a fine and operate under several new conditions.
Ride the Drive is Sunday, August 24, and several eastside Madison streets will be closed from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The 2.2 mile route be closed to traffic.
A woman made international headlines when she climbed over a fence to get a closer look at Wally, a 2-year-old giraffe.
A west side resident and two passerby helped catch a burglary suspect Tuesday afternoon.
An environmental assessment estimates the cost of a proposed high-voltage power line linking Madison and La Crosse at up to $580 million.
I write the monthly Sip and Savor feature - it's short and sweet and fun. Because of that, I often get a chance to go to some fun events around Madison.
Chosen by Jody Clowes: "Despite the trash and the constant traffic above, the creek ripples with life.
The police response to demonstrations in Ferguson has received nationwide attention, with critics saying the scene looks like something out of a war zone as officers use tanks and combat armor.
City officials have been discussing the possibility of a public market in Madison; it's a conversation that started about two years ago.
A movie sequel is creating some concern in the social media world after a so-called 'purge' hoax went viral.
The university's biosafety manager Rebecca Moritz says Yoshihiro Kawaoka is testing potential drug therapies for the virus.
A case of "stranger-danger" on Madison's North Side over the weekend. A 13 year old Minnesota boy was in town, visiting a relative.
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Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 05:48 pm
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