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Madison365 Week in Review for January 30


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A new radio station in Milwaukee is centering Black voices.




The City of Madison and Dane County announced the location of a new permanent homeless shelter for men.




The University of Wisconsin Police Department has banned “thin blue line” imagery.



A proposal to place a statue of Vel Phillips on the State Capitol grounds is moving steadily forward.




A Madison nurse turned an ugly incident into a beautiful book.




Milwaukee PrideFest has been canceled due to COVID-19 for the second year.




A young high school coach and Forward Madison employee has joined a professional coaching program in Mexico.




Forward Madison center back Josiah Trimmingham will be in the roster for Trinidad and Tobago in this weekend’s friendly against the United States.



“Zoo School” provides a safe place for Madison virtual school students, along with fun outdoor activities.



Charles Myadze is running to represent Madison’s north side on the Common Council.



A new book captures the murals that adorned downtown Madison this past summer — and the spirit behind them.

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