Madison City Attorney Michael Haas is defending Madison’s Democracy in the Park event and requesting the law firm representing State Assembly Speaker Robin Vos and Sen. Scott Fitzgerald retract their letter to the City Clerk that alleges the event is engaging in an “illegal collection of ballots.”
Majorities of likely voters in Michigan and Wisconsin say the winner of the 2020 presidential election should get to fill the U.S. Supreme Court seat vacated after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, as Democrat Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump in both states.
More than a decade since Corey Perry won the Stanley Cup as a young player and years after Joe Pavelski fell two wins short, the greybeards aren’t ready to leave the bubble and give up on another opportunity for a championship just yet. Pavelski tied it with 6:45 left in the regulation, laid out to block a shot in the first overtime and Perry’s second goal of the game came in double OT to give the Dallas Stars a 3-2 win over Tampa Bay and force a Game 6 in the Stanley Cup Final.
For some, the debates represent the most important moments in the 2020 campaign’s closing days, a rare opportunity for millions of voters to compare the candidates' policies and personalities side-by-side on prime-time television.
The death of a Black man following a high-speed chase with Monona Police spurred protesters to shut down a portion of the Beltline on Thursday, but the police chief maintains that race had nothing to do with the driver’s death.
State Assembly Speaker Robin Vos and Sen. Scott Fitzgerald urged the Madison clerk’s office to cancel the Democracy in the Park event in a letter on their behalf Friday, calling it an “illegal collection of ballots.”
A Brown County Sheriff's deputy was diagnosed with bone cancer late last year. He's undergone months of treatment, surgery and chemo. As he recovers, friends and family are coming together to raise money and show his family the community has their backs.
Craig and Parker high schools in Janesville will be changing their daily in-person classes to an A/B schedule starting Wednesday Oct. 7 for the rest of the semester, meaning students will alternate between in-person and homework completion.