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Milwaukee is one game back of St. Louis and Cincinnati for second place in the NL Central after splitting a doubleheader with the Cardinals on Wednesday.
Public Health doesn’t have authority over UW’s campus or Camp Randall Stadium.
At one point during a marathon, sometimes tense, online council meeting that stretched from Tuesday evening to early Wednesday, a man's voice was heard uttering an expletive right after a Madison resident's name was read.
After 69 years as one of the leading attractions in the Wisconsin Dells area, the Tommy Bartlett Show announced Wednesday that it would close permanently after losing the 2020 season to the COVID-19 pandemic.
I am done with accepting white folks' excuses about why the status quo that almost exclusively benefits them remains firmly intact.
The vast majority of students testing positive for COVID-19 report symptoms.
State Republicans are within six wins of securing a veto-proof majority in the Wisconsin Legislature, which would give the GOP the votes necessary to override any veto by Democratic Gov. Tony Evers.
Athletic director Barry Alvarez said Wednesday that, while no firm decisions had been made, he didn't see Badgers volleyball, soccer and cross country teams returning to a fall schedule.
UW-Madison threatened “more drastic action” Tuesday if quarantines in two large dorms don’t greatly reduce COVID-19 infections, as health experts said a campus coronavirus outbreak is putting the general public at risk with flu season nearing.