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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.

Population: 208054
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 – 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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Madison News
Madison recommends $4.5 million for affordable housing developments

Beginning in 2015, the city of Madison proposed attributing more than $7 million in affordable housing projects as part of the city's Affordable Housing Initiative. , the Bayview Foundation and Horizon Development Group are contributing $29.3 million to 120 affordable housing units, 10 regular housing units and a new community center.

Soglin hires Sustainability Coordinator, Madison to move towards net zero emissions

The position entails developing Madison's sustainability programs and promoting initiatives that increase the use of renewable resources, according to the press release. One example is Madison's 100 percent Renewable Energy Zero Net Carbon Plan, which involves sourcing more renewable energy for the city's grid, as well as evaluating the city's transportation footprint and converting to electric vehicles.

Centrist Democrat Kyrsten Sinema flips Arizona Senate seat

Her victory in the Arizona Senate race is a contrast to some other high-profile liberals who tried to turn red states like Georgia and Texas blue. Sinema became the victor over Republican Martha McSally on Monday after a slow count of mail-in ballots.

Thursday at 10: a boost for Wisconsina s cranberry industry

The Badger state is the world leader in cranberry production. Our producers grow two-thirds of all the cranberries in the US.

Madison alder will not run for reelection in 2019

In an update, Zellers said, "An important part of doing a good job as alder is to work with the people one represents. You have made that part of the job a pleasure."

Evers faces tough sell on prison changes with GOP lawmakers

In this Nov. 7, 2018, file photo, Wisconsin Democratic Gov.-elect Tony Evers walks into a room before speaking with reporters in Madison, Wis. Evers named his transition team Monday, Nov. 12, 2018, as Republicans who control the Legislature continued to privately discuss ways to curtail the new governor's power before he takes office in less than two months.

Tackling trauma with your kids: a oeBeing able to talk about it is importanta

Southern Wisconsin has been dealt its share of traumatic events recently: flooding, fatal explosions in Sun Prairie and Cambria and an active shooter at a Middleton company. For adults, seeing or hearing about these things can be difficult, but they can also have a profound effect on children, whether they happen close to home or far away.

Woman sentenced to prison in 2017 death of Madison woman

According to online court records, Jennifer Lovick, 35, Madison was sentenced to 15 years in prison and 10 years of extended supervision in the 2017 killing of a Madison woman. Lovick pleaded guilty in August to a charge of Conspiracy to Commit Felony Murder.

Madison Jewish community responds to controversial Baraboo photo

Rabbi Jonathan Biatch of Temple Beth El in Madison expressed his surprise Monday after seeing the photo that appears to show Baraboo High School students making a Nazi salute. The viral photo shows the students dressed in suits, many with their right arm extended upward while posed on the steps of the Sauk County Courthouse.

UW-Madison celebrates Badger veterans

The Wisconsin Memorial Union's ties to service members began 90 years ago with the dedication of the building as a war memorial to UW-Madison's service members. "There are more veterans on campus than one would expect and that there is a long history of Badger veterans Memorial Union is a striking example of that."

Public hearing on Kimberly-Clark tax incentives set for Wednesday

A public hearing is on the Nov. 14 legislative schedule for lawmakers to discuss a tax incentive package to keep Kimberly-Clark in the Fox Valley. The Joint Committee on Finance will meet at 10 a.m. at the State Capitol in Madison on Assembly Bill 963: "Relating to: authorizing certain tax benefits for a paper products manufacturer with facilities in the city of Neenah and village of Fox Crossing and making an appropriation."

Wisconsin Singers prepare for a oehometowna show

A group of students from UW-Madison will perform more than 50 musical theatre numbers in their newest show, Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now! The Wisconsin Singers say this show offers something for every generation. Featuring songs from the likes of Elton John, ABBA, and Frank Sinatra, while musical theatre fans will enjoy selections from The Greatest Showman and Pitch Perfect 3. This weekend, local high school and junior high show choirs will share the stage at the Overture Center with the Singers.

UW fraternity loses its charter Monday, November 12

MADISON, WI The University of Wisconsin-Madison is terminating its Kappa Sigma fraternity chapter. The move comes after a television was pushed off the chapter house's balcony and nearly hit a woman this summer.

WI: Fire at bus station called arson; suspect arrested, Madison police say

Nov. 09--An arson fire inside a shelter at the West Side bus station early Friday morning led police to the suspect through surveillance video, with the man also accused of setting a dumpster on fire. Police and fire were dispatched to the Metro Transit West Transfer Point, 5602 Tokay Blvd., at about 1:30 a.m., with an active fire discovered and extinguished.

Snyder: Savoring the post-election sound of silence

At left, Wisconsin Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin celebrates her win over Republican Leah Vukmir at her election night party Tuesday in Madison. Now that the voting's done, what happens to all the campaign signs and other items? A projected logo image during a 2015 press conference at the former Dairyland Greyhound Park announced a business alliance between Hard Rock and the Menominee Indian tribe to develop a casino/hotel on the Dairyland site.

UW-Madison student from Thousand Oaks finds support after shooting, wildfires

Thousands of miles from his hometown, Thousand Oaks, CA, UW-Madison freshman Matthew Mitnick said his nightmare began Wednesday night. He learned a gunman opened fire on a bar in his hometown.

Woman hospitalized after eastside shooting

Madison Police said a 29-year-old woman was taken to the hospital after a shooting on the city's east side. Police said they got a call around 9:10 p.m. that a woman had a woman with a gunshot wound on N. Fair Oaks Avenue, just north of Milwaukee Street.

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