WI: Panel Seeks Input on Transit Options South of Capitol Square
A special city committee, staff and consultants are refining plans for connecting Downtown with Law Park and making it easier to move around the booming area south of Capitol Square.
The Badger Herald Online
Fireworks booming closer to downtown this summer at Rhythm and Booms
After many years of calling Warner Park home, the large Independence Day celebration Rhythm and Booms will be moved to the downtown area to make the event more sustainable this summer.
Green Bay Press-Gazette
Controversial election bills find little support in Wisconsin Senate
Senate Republicans moved three election-related bills through committee last week, removing a controversial provision from one and taking no action on a fourth bill that was criticized by election watchdog groups.
'Ethical Slut' launches second YouTube season
Why is it OK, and even complimentary, to refer to a man with many sexual conquests as a "stud," while promiscuous women are labeled "slut"? The question has long interested Madison-born actor and filmmaker Ben Fritz.
Winter weather prompts residents to travel last minute
Have you found yourself saying this: "I need to get out of here!" If so, you're far from alone.
Democrats introduce Wisconsin Renewable Energy Act
Democrats in the state legislature tout an energy policy that puts Wisconsin utilities on course to achieving 30 percent renewable energy by the year 2030.
Phoenix Nuclear Labs lands contract with British facility
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