City of Madison breaks down language barriers for non-native speakers

Thu Sep 19 02:02:39 PDT 2019

City of Madison breaks down language barriers for non-native speakers

Madison city officials are breaking down the language barrier, making English more accessible to non-native speakers.

New study looks at social media influence on marijuana use

A new study found one in three youths in states with legal recreational marijuana engage with brands on social media.The Cannabis Advertising and Social Media study (CASM) is based at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health.

LIVE: Marlon Anderson speaks for the first time after being reinstated

NBC15 was the first to speak to the West High security guard, after the school district offered him his job back, a week after firing him for saying a racial slur.

VIDEO: First nationwide Marquette Law School Poll released

The first-ever national Marquette Law School Poll -- which examines public views of the U.S. Supreme Court -- was released Monday.

FULL INTERVIEW: Madison security guard speaks just after district rehires him

After learning that he was getting his job back, Anderson told NBC15 in an exclusive interview that the last week has been "probably the most humbling experience I’ve had in my life."

VIDEO: Republicans reject gun control bills, again

Republicans who control the Wisconsin Legislature aren't interested in gun control bills Democratic Gov. Tony Evers is calling a special session for them to take up.

MPD losing Neighborhood Officers

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