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Hundreds of students staged a walk-out and rally on the front lawn of East High School on Wednesday in an effort to call attention to what they called an inadequate response by school administration to allegations of a recent sexual assault between two students.
Culver's CurderBurger, a novelty burger the Prairie du Sac-based chain is selling Friday, for one day only, tastes not too different from the company's ButterBurger with cheese.
"My hope is by adopting a commonsense ordinance, the city will avoid unnecessary conflicts between chicken owners and neighbors dealing with the adverse effects of chickens."
Lee Sports Wisconsin columnist Jim Polzin answers readers' questions in his weekly mailbag.
The project, announced Wednesday at an event in Sauk City, would create a “recreational, scenic gateway” that would allow users to pedal from the Madison area to Devil’s Lake State Park and beyond.
The number of COVID-19 cases in the Madison School District decreased, with 139 new cases during the past two weeks, down from 170 for the two-week period before that.
As Billy Prine prepared to hit the road to perform the songs of his late brother, John Prine, one of the most celebrated singer-storytellers the world has known, he said he's still trying to get his "head wrapped around him not being here."
The Badgers and the Black Knights play for the first time since 1967 in a non-conference series Thursday and Friday at the Kohl Center.
A new package of bills is designed to expand gun rights and opportunities for hunting, fishing and trapping, including the ability to hunt sandhill cranes, which Ted Nugent called "the ribeye of the sky."
The students criticized the administration's response to the incident, with the accused in attendance at school on Monday while the victim stayed home because she felt unsafe.