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Details and discussion about State Street homicide emerging online

The shooting death on the 600 block of State Street late Tuesday night is quickly generating plenty of discussion online. A 31-year old man was arrested early Wednesday morning by Madison police after allegedly shooting a 23-year old man after a fight in front of the City Bar on the block. >More
 Mayor Dave's weekly whereabouts -- May 21 - 28

On Wednesday evening, Mayor Dave Cieslewicz will adjourn from his meeting with southside Ald. Tim Bruer and make his way down Park St. (On bike? I would.) for the annual South Central Federation of Labor "Bean Feed." >More
 Goodstock names its chosen 14

Billed as "24 Hours of Love and Advertising," the yearly pro-bono exercise marshals K&W's staff and resources to the service of advertising, branding and related initiatives on behalf of the selected entities. >More
 Biskupic tried to 'squeeze' Georgia Thompson

The federal prosecutors who put Georgia Thompson in prison, on charges later overturned by an appeals court as lacking in merit, repeatedly offered to go easy on her if she were to implicate others in the administration of Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle. >More
 Apple Store under construction at West Towne

Any lingering doubts about an Apple Store opening in Madison were swept aside last month. The front of a retail space in the north wing of West Towne Mall, situated between a Williams-Sonoma on one side and a Coldwater Creek on the other, was fitted with a floor to ceiling wall sporting the company's apple logo and URL. >More
 Dorothy Conniff announces her retirement

Let's start with full disclosure: Dorothy Conniff is one of my heroes. Starting as the city of Madison's first child-care specialist, she has devoted her career to quiet, tireless public advocacy on behalf of children and low-income families. >More
 Mayor Dave's weekly whereabouts -- May 14 - 20

I was listening, regrettably, to WIBA this morning when Mitch Henck briefly ranted about how he thinks the mayor ought to be spending time on solving Verona Road congestion or planning a northside beltline or something instead of encouraging people to ride their bikes to work. >More
 Cheers at the end of an Odyssey

Molinda Henry beamed out at the boisterous crowd last night at Memorial Union for the Odyssey Project's graduation ceremony. Henry is a 48-year-old mother of two who, like all Odyssey students, had struggled with economic hardship. >More
 The canadian experience

Business Week summarized its 2005 poll in these terms: "67% of all Americans think it's a good idea to guarantee health care for all U.S. citizens, as Canada and Britain do, with just 27% dissenting." >More
 Possibilities for reform

After a long winter for health-care reform following the failure of the Clinton plan in 1994, a number of proposals are suddenly blooming at the state level in Wisconsin and across the nation. >More
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