City Administrator Randy Reeg confirmed an “incident” occurred on Aug. 7 related to half the police department still being on administrative leave Tuesday, but information was not released to the public.
The state Department of Health Services was recognized Tuesday as one of 15 public health programs across the country to be awarded a grant from the CDC to enhance public health strategies for Alzheimers disease.
Cities across the state are facing the largest gap on record in state reimbursements for costs that serve state facilities and some residents may face higher property taxes this year in exchange for the benefit of housing state properties.
Sixty-six percent of adults say that they don’t believe the Supreme Court should completely overturn the decision that established a woman’s right to an abortion in at least the first three months of a pregnancy.
In a ceremony held Monday at the Olin Park Boat Launch, a new Madison Fire Department boat took to the water with the name “Yapper," honoring retired Lieutenant and Lake Rescue Team co-founder Craig H. Yapp.
The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty filed a motion for an immediate injunction Monday in the Polk County Circuit Court in a lawsuit challenging the emergency declaration that Gov. Tony Evers extended Sept. 22 that extended the statewide mask mandate.