The three banners that make up a single image are retired every two or three years and turned into totes and other bags.
Chris Aadland is a general assignment reporter for the Wisconsin State Journal.
Masood Akhtar has started a nonprofit, We Are Many – United Against Hate, which he calls a movement to end hatred, racism and intolerance of others.
The Dane County Sheriff's Office said nobody was injured in the blaze.
The annual festival's organizer said it will be permanently canceled after the Fitchburg City Council denied it an alcohol license amid security concerns.
First responders found the 24-year-old man barely breathing on the ground with a serious head wound at a construction site on Di Loreto Avenue.
Fontana resident Donald A. Mosser died after the vehicle he was driving missed a stop sign and was broadsided by another vehicle.
In a meeting that ended after less than 60 minutes, the council approved proposals to study parking in the city and extend the contract of the Judge Doyle Square project manager.
While the officials reached a compromise on Buckeye Road reconstruction, they haven't resolved disagreements on a Cottage Grove road project.