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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
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Mayor Paul Soglin held a press conference Tuesday to express his support for the victims of the Parkland school shooting and to discuss his thoughts on gun regulations. The mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14 - which left 17 people dead - is different than past shootings because the survivors of the shooting are taking control of the conversation instead of letting the incident fade from the nation's "collective memory," Soglin said.Principal: Student brought handgun to La Follette High School in Madison
According to an email sent to parents by La Follette High School principal Sean Storch, officials received a report late in the day that a student possibly had a weapon. Storch says administration and the school police officer responded immediately.Officials ID man with potentially explosive chemicals in apartment
Residents will not be allowed back into an apartment building Wednesday morning after a Madison man was arrested Tuesday night when potentially explosive chemicals were found inside his apartment , police said. Brian N. Campbell, 30, was arrested after a suspicious smell led investigators to his apartment in the 7400 block of Timber Lake Trail, according to a release.Former UW-Madison student Cook pleads guilty, resolving sex assault related cases
Alec Cook, the former UW student accused of sexually assaulting multiple women, pleaded guilty today to five of those charges, avoiding an upcoming jury trial. The five charges have a maximum combined sentence of 39-1/2 years and a fine of $95,000.UW-Madison ranked first for Peace Corps
For the second year in a row, the University of Wisconsin-Madison was ranked first on the Peace Corps 2018 Top Volunteer-Producing Colleges and Universities list, officials announced Wednesday. According to a release, this is the fourth year UW-Madison was ranked among the top five large universities and colleges.Polycystic ovary sufferer embraces body and facial hair by ditching razor: 'I'm empowered'
In her twenties, Leah Jorgensen spent hours painstakingly shaving the hair that grew on her chin, cheeks, upper lip, chest, stomach, arms, legs and back. The polycystic ovary syndrome sufferer, said she used to feel like a "freak" due to excessive hair, but is finally comfortable in her own skin.Traffic Alert: N. Main St. in Edgerton closed due to flooding
The Edgerton Police Department posted on its Facebook page that there is a road closed in the city. North Main Street from W. Rollin St. to Jenson St is closed.Guilty plea in Madison skimming case
A guilty plea from the man accused of putting skimmers at gas stations in Madison to steal thousands of credit card numbers. The U.S. Attorney's office says 29-year-old Alejandro Arias-Perez of Miami is responsible for stealing about 57,000 credit card numbers.The Latest: Dallet says she will keep up the fight
This 2016 file photo shows Sauk County Circuit Court Judge Michael Screnock, a candidate for the Wisconsin Supreme Court. The Wisconsin Supreme Court primary features two candidates trying to win over more liberal voters and one who is squarely backed by conservatives.More
High school students across Madison are demanding action on gun control after meeting at the capitol seeking solutions from lawmakers. Several students shared stories of the horror they felt after watching 17 people die at a high school in Parkland Florida.PHOTOS: Flooding and ice in southern Wisconsin
There is a Winter Weather Advisory for icing through Tuesday afternoon for: Crawford, Richland, Sauk, Columbia, Dodge, Juneau, Adams, Marquette, Green Lake. There is a Flood Warning for southwestern Grant until 1:15 p.m. A Flood Warning is also in effect for southeastern Dane, Green, Lafayette, Rock, and northern Walworth Counties until 9:45 a.m. Additionally, a Flood Watch remains in effect through Tuesday afternoon for Green, Rock, Jefferson and Walworth Counties.Former Badger, current star: Madison comic making headlines across North America
SNL, and specifically Molly Shannon, were staples of her television viewing diet, inspiring Chicoine to re-create an SNL skit in forensics class with her friends in high school. She transcribed the skit - her first foray into writing.Foxconn's impact on the Racine community
The final vote was 59 to 30 - a rare display of bipartisanship after hours of partisan divisions in the state Assembly last August. Republicans repeatedly called a deal to bring tech company Foxconn to Wisconsin "transformational," while Democrats raised concerns about taxpayer protections and called it a corporate giveaway.Downtown restaurant assists with vehicle fire, officials say
A downtown restaurant helped put out a vehicle fire Sunday that was believed to be caused by a propane torch in the back seat, officials said in an incident report. The driver was able to put out the fire with the help of a water extinguisher provided by Maharani Restaurant.MUSIC: Singer-songwriter will perform at coffeehouse
Madison, Wis., singer-songwriter Josh Harty will be in concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 24, at the Princeton Coffeehouse, in Open Prairie United Congregation of Christ Church, 25 E. Marion St. Raised in North Dakota, Harty is a third-generation musician. As the son of a small-town police chief and preacher, from the ages of 5 to 11 he sang gospel and country with his father in just about every Lutheran Church, Eagles Club and senior center in the Midwest.Former UW student from Edina to plead guilty in sex case
A former University of Wisconsin-Madison student from the Twin Cities, accused of sexual assault, stalking and other offenses mostly involving female UW students, will plead guilty on Wednesday to five criminal charges, one of his lawyers said Monday, days ahead of the first of seven anticipated trials against Alec Cook that was to begin next week. This undated photo provided by the Dane County Sheriff's Office in Madison, Wis., shows Alec Cook, a University of Wisconsin student charged with sexually assaulting and choking a woman on Oct. 12, 2016.All gender bathrooms near completion at Madison Schools
Within the next few months all 48 school districts in Madison will have all-gender bathrooms for anyone to use. Sherie Hohs is the districts social worker for LGBTQ students and says it's a long time coming.
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