2 hrs ago
WTAQ-AM Green Bay
Report: fewer teens involved in risky behavior
MADISON, Wis Today's Wisconsin high school students smoke less, drink less, and have less sex than teens did 20 years ago.
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6 hrs ago
Shorts: parking craters, carbon tax, Census tools
Streetsblog recently spoke with Chris McCahill of the State Smart Transportation Initiative in Madison, Wisconsin, to learn about his research into how parking affects small cities' downtowns.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
84-year-old sets bowling records
Gail Serig's 300 makes him one of the oldest bowlers to score a perfect game in the Madison area.
More moms staying at home as child care costs rise
More moms are staying at home because the cost of daycare is skyrocketing. A report released this week by the Pew Research Center finds 29 percent of mothers in 2012 chose to stay at home after having children.
New Alzheimer's research at UW Madison
Research at UW-Madison is showing that the risk of getting Alzheimer's disease might be as much about lifestyle as aging.
The Badger Herald Online
From China to campus: Alumni develop electric mopeds
After moving to China post-graduation and seeing the popularity of electric bikes, two University of Wisconsin alumni developed technology to bring a similar product to Madison.
A Singer without a Pedigree Gives a Life and Death Performance
As soon as you meet baritone Michael Mayes all you can see is what a genuine, warm guy he is.
Ferry captain apologizes to family
The captain of the sunken South Korean ferry is apologizing to the families for the tragic accident.
Car crashes in to tree, goes up in flames
Marshall Park is technically located in the City of Madison, but is very close to Middleton, which is why Middleton Police and Middle Fire were the first on scene.
Atheists rush to stage Easter display: a Jesus Christ is a mytha
An atheist group upset at a Concerned Women for America Easter display that includes a Christian cross and various anti-abortion materials has now countered with an addition of their own: A sign that labels Jesus Christ as nothing more than a myth.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Homicide charge filed in bicyclist's death
A homicide charge was filed against the driver accused of hitting and killing a woman who was riding her bike outside of Madison.
WTAQ-AM Green Bay
Report: Government Accountability Board authorized...
Screen shot taken Jan. 20, 2012 from a webcam showing Wisconsin Government Accountability Board employees verifying recall petitions against Gov. Scott Walker.
Mumps cases reported at UW-Madison
Cases of mumps are increasing on the UW-Madison campus. University Health Services on campus is reporting five students have been identified to have the contagious illness.
Man 'Fixin To Kill' Allegedly Shoots Son-In-Law With Flare Gun
An Arizona man is suspected of shooting his son-in-law with a flare gun and attempting to stab him with a pocket knife, police say.
Jim Waldvogel has been named Area Vice President at Marcus Hotels & Resorts in Milwaukee - WI, USA
Marcus Hotels & Resorts 100 East Wisconsin Avenue Suite 1950 Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States Phone: 414-905-1200 Visit Website Waldvogel will continue to serve as general manager of the Hilton Minneapolis/Bloomington, while also overseeing operations at the company's Crowne Plaza-Northstar hotel in Minneapolis, Minn.
Madison call center to add jobs
Good news for Madison's economy. 286 positions will be created at a Far East Side call center in the next few years, with starting pay at $11 an hour.
Driver injured after crashing into tree at a park in Madison
A driver received non-life threating burns after his car started on fire when he crashed into a tree at a Madison park.
International Business Times
NASA Astronauts to Grow Lettuce in Space [VIDEO]
Outredgeous red romaine lettuce plants grow inside a prototype Vegetable Production System .
Pope Francis' Inclusive Foot Washings Of Women And Lay People Upset Religious Traditionalists
On Thursday evening , in a familiar reprise of an ancient rite, Bishop Robert Morlino of Madison, Wis., will wash the feet of 12 men, all seminarians - a re-creation of Jesus' action at the Last Supper when he washed the feet of his disciples and, according to Catholic doctrine, formally instituted the priesthood.