The police chief who calmed the city during the anti-war years and went on to become both a pastor and to write a blog and author books about policing has decided it's time to put the blog to rest.
Dave is editor emeritus of The Capital Times.
Advances in cellular immunotherapy make curing cancer possible, but the costs are so high that the American health care system can't afford them.
A circuit court judge in Racine has ordered court records be kept under wraps and, initially, all hearings be held in secret, on, of all things, an open records suit.
Herb Frank and his family named their new music venue on East Washington Avenue the "Sylvee" after Herb's late wife and their mother.
The giant chains that are taking over our economy don't support the local high school teams or bowling leagues. We're saving a few bucks but losing healthy neighborhoods.
My recent column generated a deluge of emails agreeing with me that Camp Randall, for safety's sake, needs railings.
A new report by TRIP, a national transportation research group, estimates that deteriorated roads are costing Wisconsin motorists $6.8 billion annually — $2,139 per Madison area driver.
The state wants to save $14 million by limiting to two the northbound lanes at I-39/90 intersection with the South Beltline, just east of Highway 51. The rest of the interstate from Madison to Illinois will be widened to three lanes in each direction to the tune of over a billion dollars. A bottleneck at the interchange would be inevitable.