Gov. Tony Evers in his budget sought to give the Department of Tourism an extra $3 million for a marketing campaign to promote the DNC and Ryder Cup, but the language was removed by the GOP-controlled budget committee.
“Dollface” isn’t as insightful or sharp as some of Hulu’s other comedies about women, such as “Shrill” or “PEN15,” and there are times when it’s too self-consciously weird, trying to stand out from the pack.
When it’s kicking into gear — more often due to the comedy, especially Kristen Stewart’s ferociously funny performance, than the action scenes — it can be a really fun time.
Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway said she will sign the spending plans as amended by the City Council.
An Edgewood official said the school is following city guidelines in requesting a repeal of its master plan.
A number of other states have enacted similar measures, including Michigan, Ohio, Maine, Massachusetts and Nevada, according to Rep. David Crowley's office.
It is clear that the system of representative government no longer represents the people of Wisconsin. I want the people to have the ability to make the choices that the Legislature lacks the spine to make.
In spite of the gains in Wisconsin, it’s clear that federal step therapy reform is a critical next step to protect our sickest, most vulnerable patients.
A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.
October was a big month at the Department of Workforce Development. We recognized Manufacturing Month by celebrating one of our state's most important industries, which provides nearly a half-million jobs and almost 20% of our state's GDP.
In her play "Miss American Pie," Gwen Rice bakes a pie in front of an audience. She talks about the challenge on The Corner Table, a Cap Times food podcast.
It's time for another season of the podcast that brings you all the best conversations from the Cap Times' two-day festival on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
At University Theatre, a group of young actors is exploring another side to Lorraine Hansberry’s iconic 1959 play “A Raisin in the Sun.”
It doesn’t make sense to accept policies that aren’t working and create unneeded obstacles for the most vulnerable.
A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association shows 5.3 million middle and high school students used e-cigarettes in 2019, up from 3.6 million in 2018.
"The Godfather, Part II" will be the focus of the next Cap Times Classic Movie Chat on Wednesday, Nov. 13 at 7 p.m. at Marcus Point Cinemas, 7825 Big Sky Drive.