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Statistics released by the Madison Police Department Wednesday indicated a decrease in the overall level of crime throughout the city for 2012. Comment?
A city committee updated and recommended renewal of a city ordinance that prohibits liquor stores from selling to habitually drunk persons Wednesday night. Comment?
Rated by many as the second best running back in the 2013 NFL Draft class, former Badger Montee Ball will look to better the perception of other former Wisconsin running backs in the professional ranks, though he'll be fighting concerns about his ability to pass block. Comment?
Madison area residents criticized Gov. Scott Walker's education and health care proposals at the Democrats' unofficial budget hearing in Madison Tuesday. Comment?
A Madison man was shot on the 4700 block of Jenewein Road Monday night by unknown perpetrators after a clash broke out between two groups in the city's west-side neighborhood. Comment?
It might have snowed on Thursday. Some small patches of ice might still be clinging to the lakes, and weather that everyone can agree is "shorts weather" might still be a couple weeks away. Comment?
Gilbert Altschul, the owner of Grampa's Pizzeria, said the restaurant is slated to open the second week of July at 1374 Williamson St. Comment?
Metropolitan School District's budget, although a number of factors in flux at the city and state levels will affect the final tax rate. Comment?
Saturday marked the first outdoor event of the season and introduced new marketing changes for the Dane County Farmers' Market. Comment?
Vinyl enthusiasts from across Madison flocked to independent record stores Saturday to celebrate its sixth national Record Store Day with special releases and in-store live performances. Comment?
Madison Police Department officials clarified their stance on the Mifflin Street Block Party in a meeting hosted Friday, saying although the department's goals of ensuring safety have not changed, this year officers will not issue warnings to students. Comment?
The Madison Police Department and the Dance County Sheriff's Department worked together after receiving help from a private citizen to locate and retrieve the body of a man who went missing in January from Lake Monona. Comment?
Local Madison police officers met with leaders in the Greek community Thursday night to respond to concerns about how the Langdon Street area will be policed on May 4, the day of the Mifflin Street Block Party and Revelry. Comment?
Bikram, Yin, Vinyasa. No, these are not different kinds of foods. These are different types of yoga. Comment?
Ald. Scott Resnick, District 8, will make improving communication between the City Council and the Mayor's office a top priority in his new role as council pro tem. Comment?
In light of recent uncertainty surrounding the event, city officials emphasized the Mifflin Street Block Party is not "cancelled," as was delineated in a letter from police officials to residents, but will be treated similarly to last year's block party. Comment?
In his speech to the country, President Barack Obama ensured citizens that whoever is responsible for the Boston Marathon bombings will "feel the full weight of justice." Two explosions at the Boston Marathon finish line killed at least three people and injured more than 140 on Monday, sparking concerns of a terrorist attack on United States soil, ... (more) Comment?
Revelry Festival organizers and student government leaders began to show their alarm last weekend after Madison officials announced last week there would be no Mifflin Street Block Party for the second consecutive year, The Madison Police Department issued a statement last week that said the city would not permit or sanction any May 4 event because ... (more) Comment?
Shortly before 1:15 p.m., Dymond Green, 19, and Donald Alford-Lofton, 18, entered Rising Sun Deli at 617 State St., where Green expressed an urgent desire to use the deli restroom, according to a Madison Police Department statement. Comment?
In an effort to end the Mifflin Block Party for the foreseeable future, the city of Madison will no longer permit or sanction this year's event on May 4, police told residents at a neighborhood meeting Wednesday. Comment?