With time running out for school districts to use federal COVID-19 funds, financially strapped schools are mulling whether to use the funds for pandemic relief or just to pay bills.
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The 11 doctors who resigned from SSM Health last year still have privileges to operate at the provider's area hospitals, the lead doctor says.
Seven Acre Dairy Company in Paoli celebrates history, revives butter production and sources its milk, beef and produce from local farmers.
The effort is the latest in a more than two-year battle over the heavily criticized practice of attempting to change a person's sexual orientation or gender identity.
Other medical board orders involve opioid prescribing, false reporting of COVID-19 vaccination and treatment for Lyme disease.
Teachers had a "variety of reasons" for leaving midyear and despite being on full-school-year contracts, Wiseman said.
Car safety features have helped prevent traffic fatalities. But some worry they might be masking the persistent and worsening problem of drunken driving.
For many people with multiple OWI offenses, a specialty court gives them an alternative to incarceration.
Legislators have proposed laws that would toughen penalties for drunken driving, but they've faced obstacles.
The facility, to be attached to UW's East Madison Hospital, is similar to what other providers are planning in the Madison area.
The Madison area real estate market has cooled due to rising interest rates. That won't last forever, experts say.
Evan Bell, 15, of Sun Prairie, plans to undergo "top" surgery, or breast removal.
Bailey Mosling, 16, of Middleton, said he feels "like a teenager" now.
A professional group considered age minimums for treatments but dropped them. Research on long-term outcomes is expanding.
Concerned about equity, the Madison School District is considering eliminating stand-alone honors classes in favor of offering honors credits in standard classes.
A once dreaded and congested drive to and from work or school has now become a breeze for local motorists that traverse Madison's Beltline thanks to the flex lane.
Its owners say there's been a big demand for private parties, so they're going to use the new space for that purpose. They'll also do carry-out burgers and fish fries.
If proposed and approved, the development would require demolishing or moving 10 residential buildings on one Downtown block.
The plan was met with scrutiny and tension from the Madison School Board on Monday night.
Madison Area Technical College is looking to Africa as an area of growth, both in curriculum and in international student enrollment.
SSM Health Dean was a planning an orthopedics ambulatory surgery center, which the new group says it will now build, along with an orthopedics hospital.
In an email to the Wisconsin State Journal, Jeffrey Copeland detailed the call that led to his termination, as well as the response from the school district.
The $54 million redevelopment of obsolete housing is going to be "stunningly beautiful," Bayview Foundation executive director Alexis London said.
The central city is rebounding in many ways, but there are some concerning signs such as a rising office vacancy rate and a decrease in employees, a new report says.
At least some of the 11 surgeons who planned to resign at the end of the year to start an independent practice are already gone.
Best way to support the arts in Madison? Buy a ticket, producers say.
With most of the failing referendums in rural and smaller communities, some worry that the gap between wealthier and less prosperous school districts may widen.
A draft plan would raze dated and worn residential buildings and a grocery store for new construction, increasing housing from 340 to 1,200 units.
Black entrepreneurs can have more difficulty accessing financing and information needed to start businesses. Some in Madison are working to change that.
The agreements guarantee Madison College nursing graduates automatic acceptance at UW-Madison or Edgewood College to complete bachelor's degrees at a reduced cost.
Republicans need 66 votes to override a veto in the Assembly. But the math changes if any Democrats are absent.
The median hourly wage for home care workers in Wisconsin is $13.65. “We’re competing with the Kwik Trips of the world," an agency leader said.
T. Wall Enterprises is nearing completion of a $15 million apartment building, but more are on the way, along with high-end amenities, in the $60 million development just north of Madison.
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About 75 percent of graduate economics students recently signed a letter advocating for seven reforms after allegations of misconduct surfaced on social media.
The move could shake up one of the most lucrative parts of health care in a market dominated by SSM Health and UW Health.
"I really wish people wouldn't mess with the laws so close to the election, or in the middle of the whole cycle," Florence town clerk Shelly VanPembrook said.
With record enrollment contributing to the housing crunch this year, UW-Madison lured returning students out of the dorms by offering financial incentives to live elsewhere.
Four Madison City Council members say the increase is needed to pay a living wage, open opportunities for more people, and make the council more equitable.
Property management companies are seeing some of their housing in prime areas, such as in downtown and Langdon Street, sell out three to four weeks faster than previous years.
Last spring, Madison School District administrators shelved a plan to get rid of stand-alone honors classes, but the proposal is back before the School Board.
It's unclear what impact the surgeons' plan to start an independent practice might have on patients.
Ron Johnson campaign paid $20,000 to law firm of attorney tied to Donald Trump's effort to overturn 2020 election
The two payments totaling over $20,000, including one for legal consulting regarding a "recount," were sent to a law firm led by Jim Troupis, a former Dane County Circuit Court judge.
Dr. Tom Zdeblick steps down after Dr. Robert Golden, UW medical school dean, blocks plan for center mostly owned by UW doctors.
Mount Vernon Tap's pizza goes overboard with cheese and toppings the same way Marcine's did.
Eldorado Grill, on the Near East Side, one of Food Fight restaurant group's oldest and most prominent restaurants, is set to close Aug. 31.
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