News & Views
HorneMar 14th, 2012 by Michael Horne
Ald. Bob Bauman is requesting further information about the attempt to bring Kohl's to the Park East Corridor, saying the plan by Kohl's "was never real."
Mar 14th, 2012 by Patti Wenzel
Dubbed the "Mad as Hell" rally, Planned Parenthood organized a protest at the Capitol in Madison in opposition to three State Assembly bills.
DurstMar 13th, 2012 by Will Durst
After Super Tuesday, the Republican Party is ready to get behind their candidate and begin the long march to November. Or not.
Winners & LosersMar 9th, 2012 by Dan Shafer
GTAC moves on, new jobs reports are released, dairy farmers set a state record, and John Axford tells the truth.
Mar 8th, 2012 by Candace Romano
Glenn Grothman sponsored a bill that says single parenthood could lead to child abuse and neglect. One opponent calls it "demeaning" and "dangerous."
Mar 8th, 2012 by Patti Wenzel
Mayor Tom Barrett is yet to throw his hat into Wisconsin's gubernatorial recall ring, but at Wednesday's Wispolitics forum, he sounded like he's running.
Mar 7th, 2012 by Dan Shafer
VETransfer will be honored as a "Champion of Change" as part of President Obama's "Win The Future" initiative. The event will be streaming live on whitehouse.gov.
DurstMar 6th, 2012 by Will Durst
Will Durst explains how Mitt Romney's biggest challenge might not be from Sen. Rick Santorum, but from his alter ego, Flipper Mitt.
Murfie.comMar 5th, 2012 by Natasha Anderson
Madison-based Murfie.com gives customers an opportunity to convert their CD collections into a constantly updating online account.
Winners & LosersMar 2nd, 2012 by Dan Shafer
A Brady Street staple plans to expand, mining legislation hits a major roadblock, and a bipartisan bill aimed at helping Wisconsin veterans is signed into law.
HorneMar 1st, 2012 by Michael Horne
UW Extension School for Workers "Art in Protest" exhibit was cancelled after pressure from state rep Steve Nass, sparking a freedom of expression debate.
DurstFeb 29th, 2012 by Will Durst
You could say Rick Santorum is old fashioned, but Will Durst says it might be more precise to say he's Old Testament. It's Santorum's turn as Not Romney.