Page through this slideshow to see the most-read stories of July on madison.com.
Matthew Court was headed to a daily swim practice when he collided with a motor vehicle Monday in Madison.
State lawmakers' communication, as well as drafting files of legislation would no longer be available for public scrutiny under proposals Thursday.
Woodman’s Food Stores announced on its Facebook page that 50 Cent would appear in the liquor department of its Sun Prairie store.
The Republican-controlled state Assembly voted 52-46 to pass the state budget early Thursday morning more than 12 hours after debate began, sending the $73 billion two-year spending plan to Gov. Scott Walker.
The proposal would have made elected officials the sole members of the Joint Survey Committee on Retirement Systems.
The Verona company will not be managing a huge contract to update the electronic health records for the entire U.S. military.
Madison comedian Brandon Jensen has provided nonsense words for the new "Walker for America" ad.
In the face of withering criticism, the governor and GOP leaders say changes to records law “will be removed from the budget in its entirety.”
Twelve Democrats from across Wisconsin are asking that the 2011 map be thrown out as unconstitutional.
The boy allegedly killed by his father at Token Creek County Park on Tuesday has been identified as Maxwell J. Peterson, 16, Madison.
Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald said he was at the table, along with Assembly leadership and staff for Gov. Scott Walker, for the drafting of a set of provisions passed by Republicans on the Legislature's budget committee that would gut Wisconsin's open records laws.
A Monroe man, arrested after police in Middleton used a drone-mounted camera to search a marsh area where he was hiding, was charged Wednesday…
Gov. Scott Walker pointed the finger at Republican lawmakers Friday on a widely criticized proposal to curtail Wisconsin’s open records laws, …
The conservative radio host asked him to clarify an ad he ran during his 2014 campaign against Mary Burke.
Sara Goldrick-Rab discouraged future Badgers from coming to a UW she feels has been crippled by a Republican-controlled state government.
Brian D. Dutcher is charged with making oral and written threats to kill President Barack Obama during his visit today to La Crosse.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos defended the changes Monday, while the governor's office remained mum.
The Janesville School District took advantage of a state law to move quickly to fill the Vikings coaching position in the 75-day window after Klawitter retired from teaching.