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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:
53703 53704 53705 53706 53711 53713 53714 53715 53716 53717 53718 53719
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NASA: Orionid meteor shower, Uranus to be visible to naked eye tonight
Two amazing celestial events are happening Friday night! The annual Orionid meteor shower will reach its peak and Uranus may even be visible to the naked eye. And because we have a new moon and relatively clear skies, the environment will be dark enough to hopefully see both events! ORIONID METEOR SHOWER Orionid meteors are visible anywhere across the night sky, but your best chance for viewing will be away from city lights.Juvenile prison employees described chaotic environment
MADISON, Wis. - Workers at troubled youth prisons in northern Wisconsin tell a state senator that conditions are chaotic and they are "scared to death."PD: Attacker punches homeless man in head multiple times, steals cellphone
A homeless man was punched in the head Thursday night multiple times by a man who robbed him of his cellphone, police said. The 21-year-old homeless man was putting his sleeping bag down in the 100 block of State Street around 11:10 p.m. when 29-year-old Howard D. Eskridge, of Madison, attacked him, according to a release.Madison police ask drivers to avoid area near Camp Randall due to crash
Madison police are asking drivers to avoid an area near Camp Randall Friday morning as they try to clean up a crash site.Man killed by semi while crossing street near University of Minnesota
A man trying to cross a street near the University of Minnesota struck the side of a semi, knocking him under its trailer Wednesday afternoon. He died early Thursday morning.Daniel J. Dowd, Madison, WI
Daniel J. Dowd, 89, of Madison, WI, died on Monday, October 16, 2017 at UW Hospitals in Madison. He was born at home in Janesville, WI on July 2, 1928, to James and Rosella Dowd.Soldiering on
When Bob Curry came home from Vietnam, he stepped off the bus into a crowd of Americans shouting "baby killer" and throwing chicken guts. When Joe Naylor came home from Iraq in the dark hours before dawn, strangers from the local American Legion waited in the airport tunnel with cell phones so the incoming veterans could call their families.Madison man's leg broken in hit-and-run
Police say the man suffered a broken leg and other injuries after he was hit be a dark colored minivan Wednesday night. The victim told police he was in a crosswalk and had a walk light while cross E. Washington Ave. at the intersection with N. Baldwin St. The driver of the van took off.Police identify suspect in recent downtown attack
The incident took place Sept. 30, 2017 when a Madison woman suffered serious injuries after being attacked by a stranger in the 400 block of W. Gilman St, according to a Madison Police Department incident report.Suspected drunken driver fleeing police strikes another car, Madison police say
The Madison Police Department said police attempted to pull over 29-year-old Jonathon L. Thompson, of Madison, in the 4600 block of Verona Road at 6:41 p.m. Thompson was wanted on a felony warrant, police said. Thompson didn't stop and instead sped off, according to the report.Madison Dept. of Civil Rights makes filing discrimination complaints easier
Previously, Madison residents could only drop off reports at the Department of Civil Rights office located at the City County Building, but now they can go to United Way, the North/East Side Coalition and the Interfaith Coalition for Worker Justice. "If they have someone in their community that they trust, that they already have a relationship with, we wanted to empower those individuals to be able to guide them in how to lodge a discrimination complaint," DCR Director Norman Davis said.Graduate hotels to roll out "Dumb and Dumber"-inspired tailgating van
The Chicago-based Graduate hotel chain announced their fall tailgate tour Wednesday; the company is taking a replica of the Mutt Cutts van from the movie "Dumb and Dumber," according to a news release. The Madison location on North Frances Street was announced as a destination.Madison man convicted in 2014 bank robbery
Julian Thomas, 41, was found guilty of armed bank robbery and brandishing a firearm during that crime. Authorities say Thomas and James Thompson robbed the People's Community Bank in Plain on October 7, 2014.UW-Madison Dow Chemical Riot: 50 Years Later
Most UW-Madison students walking by the non-descript Ingraham Hall, at the corner of Observatory Drive and Charter Street, are probably unaware of the bloody riot that broke out there 50 years ago. On October 18, 1967, a mass of students protesting the Vietnam War occupied what was then called the Commerce Building.Sinning and sainting' with Saints Madison creators
Um and Cullen with half of their products. From left: Greens 5, Meet Your Matcha, Superblue, Cacao Bomb, Phrophe-See, #BasicB!tch, Gateway Greens and Exorcist.Traffic alert: All lanes of I39 southbound near Janesville closed due to an accident
All southbound lanes of I39 at mile marker 174 near Janesville are closed due to an accident, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. It's the worst case scenario for a Madison bride, she loses her Rogers & Holland diamond engagement ring after a swim at Devil's Lake.Thieves steal rims, tires from car on dealership lot
Thieves stole a set of new rims and tires from a car at a Madison dealership overnight, leaving the car propped up on used tires. A passerby contacted the Madison police early Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017 after seeing a new car without wheels in front of Don Miller Auto Group, 5802 Odana Rd. Used tires, that had been stored at the back of the lot, had been used to prop the car up, according to Madison police incident report.
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