Alfred L. Jones, 50, was arrested on tentative charges for a fourth OWI and threats to law enforcement and issued additional traffic citations.
When I was living in California, the transit authority serving my city revealed its plan to make travel to the university campus faster throug…
"It's pretty unique, a lot of the guys have been here 20 plus years and they've never seen this kind of leaf collection season," said Charlie Romines, city Streets superintendent.
Still raking in Madison? If so, don't put the leaves and yard waste on the curb, because the city has finished picking up piles as of Friday.
A driver who turned into oncoming traffic in Janesville Saturday night was arrested for her alleged fourth drunken driving offense.
The police report says fire department personnel confirmed that brake failure was the cause of the accident. Both of the vehicle’s occupants were wearing seat belts at the time of the crash and were not injured.
The federal dollars will be reallocated to projects on county highway M and East Johnson Street.
Crews are still collecting yard waste in the current round, so the final act starting Monday will be it.
A car seen weaving down a street in Janesville early Wednesday morning resulted in the driver getting arrested for his alleged fourth drunken driving offense.
Two streets on Madison's East Side will be closed beginning Monday so the streets can be rebuilt, with the project not expected to be completed until the end of summer.
A Madison man escaped injury Tuesday night while taking trash out when a car narrowly missed him after it jumped a curb, hit a porch and rolled over.
Madison collection crews will make one final pass around the city starting on Tuesday to pick up any remaining real Christmas trees from the curb.
Ald. David Ahrens, District 15, proposed a resolution that would give residents an opportunity to vote on the construction of sidewalks if included in a street reconstruction project affecting residential streets.
Gregory Street, running parallel to Monroe Street, on the Near West Side, is the worst street in Madison for curbs and roads. Repairs to the r…
BOSTON (AP) — Bike lanes are evolving. Cities are increasingly changing them to make them safer in light of fatal crashes involving cyclists and cars.
Designs for protected lanes vary by city, and not all have been warmly received.
Protected bike lanes aren't a novel idea in Copenhagen, Denmark; Amsterdam; and other European cities where they've been around for decades.
Utilities -- which may or may not have manhole covers -- around the city have varying locations based on when the roads were constructed.
Jenny is getting a makeover.
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