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Latest February blizzard shuts down Madison and southern Wisconsin

The Madison metro area and much of southern Wisconsin has been hit by a second major winter storm in less than two weeks on Sunday, February 17. Freezing rain started falling overnight, icing and flooding roads, with the precipitation changing over to heavy snows around noon. By night, upwards of a foot of new snow is expected west of Madison, with up to a combined 11 inches of snow and ice in the city. >More
 Hillary Clinton to speak in Madison on Sunday

After a week of ongoing speculation and questions as to when and where Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton might speak in Madison, the campaign has finally answered. The New York senator will be holding a "Solutions for America" rally from 5-8:30 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 17 at Monona Terrace. >More
 Questions in Dane County infant death case go unasked, unanswered

Maybe it was too much to expect. But Wednesday night, I kind of thought that Dane County's Health and Human Needs Committee would, you know, have some questions about the county's handling of a child abuse case that ended in the baby's death last summer. But the committee didn't seem to know what to ask. >More
 View photos of Bill Clinton at the UW Stock Pavilion in Madison

Former president William Jefferson Clinton spoke at the Stock Pavilion on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus on Thursday afternoon, speaking to a heavily-student crowd in an effort to bolster the Hillary Clinton campaign effort in Wisconsin. >More
 Bill Clinton hits the Stock Pavilion in Madison

It's hard not to come to the conclusion that Bill Clinton, our first rock star president, has been beaten at his own game by Barack Obama. The contrast between Obama's appearance at the Kohl Center on Tuesday night and Clinton's appearance this afternoon at the UW Stock Pavilion was clear, on several fronts. >More
 Mike Huckabee underwhelms Madison in appearance at the Concourse

GOP presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee failed to fill much more than half of a ballroom at the Concourse Hotel Wednesday morning, calming Madison Fire Department concerns about press risers blocking too many exits. The only thing more unimpressive than the turnout was the applause Huckabee met following his introduction by Tim Michaels, a U.S. Senate wannabe that ran against Russ Feingold in 2004. >More
 View photos of Mike Huckabee's campaign stop at the Concourse Hotel in Madison

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee stopped at Madison's Concourse Hotel Thursday morning in what many consider a futile race for the Republican nomination. He is looking to make a big showing against front-runner John McCain in the Wisconsin primary on Tuesday, Feb. 19. >More
 Northern Wisconsin seeks sustainability

Kelsey Brasseur had knocked on just a handful of doors in Ashland, Wis., before making a sale. Well, not a sale, exactly, but an exchange: of light bulbs and environmental ideas. >More
 Bill Clinton and Mike Huckabee next on the presidential tour to Madison

Two former Arkansas governors are swinging through Madison on Valentine's Day, the latest in a train of presidential candidates and campaign surrogates visiting this and other cities around the state in advance of the Wisconsin primary next Tuesday. Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee will be speaking at the Concourse Hotel downtown on Thursday morning, while former president and aspiring First Gentleman Bill Clinton is stopping at the Stock Pavilion on the UW campus in the afternoon. Given the spectacle of the Barack Obama rally in Madison on Tuesday, though, the visits carry the whiff of denouement. >More
 Obama casts a spell over Madison as Wisconsin primary approaches

Some 20,000 people poured into the Kohl Center on Tuesday night as presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama brought his hypnotic campaign to Madison on the heels of sweeping victories in today's Potomac Primaries, adding to a series of wins that have given him a critical edge in the Democratic race for the White House. >More
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