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As the capital of Wisconsin Madison is the second largest city in the entire state. The city began its life under the ownership of federal judge James Duane Doty who planned to build a city on the site. He also lobbied for his city to be named State capital. The Onion, a famed satirical newspaper, was originally created in the city of Madison. Attractions in the area include the Dane County Farmers' Market, and the free outdoors summer performances of the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra.
Local Newspapers: The Wisconsin State Journal The Capital Times
Local Sports Teams: Madison Mallards (Northwood League Baseball) Madison Mustangs (Semi-pro Football)
Local Colleges: The University of Wisconsin â€“ Madison Edgewood College
Zip Codes associated with madison, wisconsin:
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Through debate & turmoil, Middleton woman still respects fallen soldiers
Several people have stopped by Forest Hill Cemetery in Madison to see the spot where a Confederate plaque once stood. Thursday, it was ordered to be removed by Mayor Paul Soglin.Capital City Sunday
Michele Doolan, a salon owner from Cross Plains, talked about her run for the Democratic Party of Wisconsin's gubernatorial nomination on this week's edition of Capital City Sunday. . FILE - In this May 27, 2010 file photo, a worker looks out through the logo at the entrance of the Foxconn complex in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen.Felony sentencing for Beaver Dam teen could be deferred after probation
A 17-year-old from Beaver Dam can get past a felony charge if he fulfills all parts of his probation for his part in sending a threatening e-mail that closed down Beaver Dam schools in May. Dodge County District Attorney Kurt Klomberg tells Channel 27 News Dylan Graf apologized for the disruption and told the court at his sentencing Friday that he used "very bad judgement" for his part in sending a threatening e-mail to the assistant principal at the high school May 9th. Klomberg says the two juveniles who also took part in the e-mail scheme have not been identified and are being dealt with by the juvenile system.Madison neighborhood's strength tested by carjacking
A rare, violent crime in a Madison neighborhood tests the east side enclave's strength, and cohesion. Madison Police officials say a 72-year old woman's 2015 Volvo was carjacked in broad daylight Tuesday, after a lone suspect yanked the senior out of the car, injuring her.Jail says inmate died of - medical issues'
MADISON A man booked into the Dane County Jail early Friday died later that morning from what are being called medical issues. The 33-year-old man was arrested and brought to the jail about 5 a.m. Friday, Aug. 18, 2017 where he was being housed in the male receiving area, according to a sheriff's office news release.Last-minute rush on for eclipse glasses
With Monday's solar eclipse fast approaching, Madison area residents are jumping on the bandwagon in search of special glasses to make it safe to look at the sun. People are warned not to look at the eclipse with the naked eye.Campers try their luck
Digital Monthly subscribers receive access to our website content and e-editions of the News&Guide and Daily for 30 days. Digital Weekly subscribers receive access to our website content and e-editions of the News&Guide and Daily for 7 days.Downtown Madison street closures Sun. for Pride Parade
OutReach Pride Parade will close some streets in Madison on Sunday, August 20. The City of Madison says The Capitol Square will be closed from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. All streets crossing State Street will be closed from 12:45 p.m. until about 1:45 p.m. for the parade. There will be a "Y-Closure" near State, W. Mifflin, and N. Carroll streets.Tar Heels To Watch: Taylor Leath
The opposite hitter was named ACC Player of the Year after leading Carolina to its 13th conference title in 2016 and was influential in UNC's program-record three wins over top-10 teams throughout the season. The Tar Heels open the regular season on Friday, Aug. 25, in Madison, Wisconsin, at the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, where UNC will square off with No.Terror attack hits close to home for two Wisconsin locals
It was a day of frantic terror in parts of Spain. An attack on the popular boulevard near Catalunya Square in Barcelona's Las Ramblas district, left 13 people dead and at least 100 injured, according to authorities.A journey of a lifetime to see total eclipse
Jeff Neumann is traveling to Wyoming to experience Monday's total eclipse. He says, "I think if you're able to witness an eclipse, I think it's definitely worth taking time out of your day or out of your week to travel somewhere where you can see it."Wisconsin Assembly passes $3 billion for Foxconn
Wisconsin state Assembly Speaker Robin Vos joins with fellow Republicans to defend a $3 billion tax break package for electronics giant Foxconn Technology Group that the Assembly was set to pass on Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017, in Madison, Wis. FILE - In this May 27, 2010 file photo, a worker looks out through the logo at the entrance of the Foxconn complex in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen.KU men's golf 2017-18 slate packs a punch
That will not be changing for the 2017-18 campaign. Bermel will lean on his upperclassmen, in seniors , to put KU back in postseason play and that journey will start on September 10 when the Jayhawks play the first of three days at the Badger Invitational in Madison, Wisconsin.Soglin orders removal of Confederate monuments from Forest Hill Cemetery
One of the memorials already has been removed, and another will be removed soon, according to the mayor's office. "The removal of city-owned monuments to confederate soldiers in Forest Hill Cemetery has minimal or no disruption to the cemetery itself," the statement read.Restaurant review: Canteen not another Mexican restaurant
Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick isn't convinced Madison needs yet another taco restaurant, but he was more than impressed with Canteen, 111 S. Hamilton St., and this plate of sweet potato dorados. Hours: 9a.m.-9p.m. Sunday; 11a.m.-10p.m. Monday-Thursday; 9a.m.-2a.m. Friday and Saturday; and a 9a.m.-2p.m. brunch Friday-Sunday.Madison area's African American leaders respond to Charlottesville, President's remarks
As the Madison area's African American leaders continue to absorb the racial tensions and violence in Charlottesville, and President Trump's response to it, they call for unity, and a willingness to speak out against hate. Urban League of Greater Madison President Ruben Anthony says the weekend clashes in Virginia were disturbing.Republican Sen. Johnson says he's uncomfortable with Trump
Wisconsin Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson speaks to the media Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2017, in Madison, Wis. Johnson says he does not think President Donald Trump is a racist and does not think he should be impeached, but he is uncomfortable with comments he made about white supremacists.
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