Project director Claude Lois said that “the village has completed all land acquisitions determined necessary for public infrastructure and project development.”
One year after historic rains overwhelmed storm sewers, turned creeks into raging rivers and pushed Lake Monona to its highest crest in over a century, is Madison any better prepared for the next big storm?
"Part of a preservation program is about the regulatory aspects, but it should be about more than just that," Heather Bailey, the city's preservation planner, said. "It should be about celebrating the heritage of a community, and we're not necessarily telling all of those stories."
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank must consider the ramifications for two groups who often face skepticism: African-Americans who are disproportionately impacted by the criminal justice system and women who believe they are victims of sexual assault.
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The gun debate in Wisconsin that has ramped up after each major American mass shooting typically fizzles out with the response from lawmakers falling along predictably partisan lines.
Despite having his efforts stricken from the budget earlier this year, Gov. Tony Evers has pushed forward his plan to have Wisconsin utilities carbon-free by 2050.
Advocates of clean energy say that the Cardinal-Hickory Creek power line would alleviate congestion that is limiting the output of existing wind farms and enable the development of more such farms in states to the west, which have some of the best wind resources in the country.
Gov. Tony Evers initially sought to creates an Office of Sustainability and Clean Energy in his budget proposal, but legislative Republicans removed the language earlier this year.
Lt. Gov Mandela Barnes, who told Isthmus recently he didn't get his undergraduate degree at Alabama A&M University, previously told various reporters he "finished college" in 2008.
Dane County Executive Joe Parisi said the collaborative demonstrates “the people of our region and community care deeply about sustainability.”
Grothman is taking one of the most strict stances of anyone in Congress, saying he would cut off all welfare for anyone who isn’t a U.S. citizen with no exceptions.
Around 100 schools and districts across Wisconsin have completed their safety upgrades and training requirements ahead of the August 2020 deadline.
The universal background check bill comes as Republicans have so far dismissed Evers' calls for any changes to the state's firearm laws.
The rides and concessions never stopped running, nearly all employees were rehired and the zoo will likely maintain its AZA accreditation, director Ronda Schwetz says.
The measures would require the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources to sell insect repellent in state parks and forests and set up signs on state lands warning of the tick-borne disease.
Republicans could undermine a key Democratic talking point by passing the bill, but they also find themselves in conflict with groups that are typically their allies.
The push for the passage of a universal background check bill comes in the wake of two high-profile mass shootings earlier this month.
She says she was sexually abused and groomed from a young age to accept it. The waves and winks began from the stage during Sunday morning services.
“This is the Parks Division’s opportunity to actually go to the community and hear what their goals and priorities are for the space, recognizing it is a shoreline that is very unique for Madison,” Project Manager Mike Sturm said.