Madison police said the shooting is believed to have stemmed from a road rage incident.
The Beltline ramps at Monona Drive will remain closed until early June, the state Department of Transportation said.
The westbound Beltline ramp to Todd Drive will be closed as of 6:30 p.m. Monday until April 26.
A 77-year-old man from Sauk County was arrested in Dane County Thursday night for his 10th OWI after he was reported to be driving the wrong way on a ramp to the Beltline, according to the Wisconsin State Patrol.
All eastbound lanes of traffic on Highway 12 are back open at Oak Park Road after a vehicle fire, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation reported.
The Interstate 94 North-South project was first planned a decade ago, in 2009, and encompasses a 35-mile reconstruction from the Illinois-Wisconsin state line all the way to College Avenue.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation said the work will be done between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. Monday through Thursday.
Ongoing construction on Interstate 39/90 in Rock County will require the closing of several ramps Monday night.
Motorists using the always busy Verona Road should expect delays next week, as work is done on the bridge over the roundabout south of the Beltline.
Construction on the massive expansion and rebuild of Interstate 39/90 is going at full throttle this summer, with four roads and highways going under the Interstate in Rock County needing to be closed at times this week.
Ongoing bridge repairs at Todd Drive will force the westbound Beltline to shrink down to two lanes this weekend, which could cause some traffic delays.
Repairs being made to a Beltline bridge will require reducing traffic to two westbound lanes this weekend.
Motorists planning to use the westbound lanes of Highway 12/18 coming from east of the Interstate will be detoured Wednesday night because of road construction.
Motorists using Interstate 39-90 in Rock County will encounter two new closings next week, one overnight and the other until the end of the month.
Most highway construction projects will be put on hold Wednesday so travelers in Wisconsin have a little easier time driving through work zones during the long Fourth of July weekend, but officials say drivers should continue to be careful and vigilant in areas of construction.
Hot weather in Wisconsin can cause a variety of problems, such as more mosquitoes, more parched throats and... pavement buckling?
Motorists heading west to Madison using Highway 12/18 won't be able to get off at Stoughton Road for about two weeks, due to ongoing construction on the Beltline.
Westbound Beltline traffic at Interstate 39/90 will be closed for two nights so work can begin on repairing the Beltline bridges over Stoughton Road.
Traffic on the eastbound Beltline could be backed up this weekend as repairs are made to the Todd Drive bridge.
Motorists using Interstate 39/90 south of Madison will be moved over to the northbound side of the highway beginning Thursday from Janesville to Edgerton.
Several callers told the DOT that they received duplicate driver's licenses in the mail that they had not ordered for themselves, indicating that those residents' identifying information had been compromised.
Most motorists in Wisconsin tend to look both ways on rural highways in the fall, trying to spy a white-tailed deer or two ready to dart in front of the car. Put June deer spotting on that list of things to do as well.
Wisconsin highways should be heavy with traffic for the Memorial Day weekend, but drivers won't have to deal with road construction.
Police departments across Wisconsin are looking for the non-bucklers over the next two weeks, in the interest of safety.
Madison's favorite road construction zone will be under repairs again, starting Monday night.