One victim told the Cap Times she wants her case reviewed by the DOJ and the other is still considering it. The reviews could lead to some cases being fully re-investigated and prosecuted.
Last Sunday afternoon, the MSO, joined by members of the American Players Theatre, performed “Sergei Prokofiev Symphony No. 5: Pure Propaganda?,” engaging deeply with a work that has a story to tell.
Reed is looking for contributions "to stop the Radical Anti-Christian Left from winning the White House and control of our government in 2020 ... so they can destroy America forever."
Whitney performs at The Sylvee on Friday, Jan. 24.
"We need to make the strongest possible case to the public on why Donald Trump needs to go," Pocan said. "The toxic political climate that Trump has fostered needs the best possible antidote, and that antidote is Bernie Sanders."
At this writing, I had no idea how the Green Bay Packers would fare in San Francisco Sunday. But this little story involving Packers President Mark Murphy is worth sharing, regardless.
A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.
The Trump administration is an unmitigated catastrophe, writes Anonymous, and the responsibility rests entirely at Donald Trump's feet.
“Every Brilliant Thing” is memoir as monologue. In Forward Theater Company's upcoming production, David Daniel is both a narrator and a kind of conductor.
Here's what each of the three finalists said on some of the biggest education topics in Madison.
Housing experts defined gentrification and discussed how it affects Madison residents.
The High Noon Saloon was jammed for a discussion about gentrification Wednesday night.
On the latest episode of Cap Times Talks, we bring together key experts on housing in Madison to discuss how gentrification is transforming Madison’s neighborhoods.
WisOpinion.com Insiders Scott Jensen and Chuck Chvala weigh in.
A resident called the police on Stubbs in 2018 while she was knocking on doors for her Assembly campaign.
In December, the Cap Times Classic Movie Chat warmed the cockles of your heart with the uplifting classic “It’s A Wonderful Life.” For January, we’re going in a different direction. To put it mildly.