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Madison Public Library has announced a new artist in residence program.
Dane Arts gave out $1 million in grants to 400 artists — one-third of them people of color.
Governor Tony Evers and the Oneida Nation signed an agreement to allow sports betting in Wisconsin.
The “Rooted in Culture” program will allow teens to learn about agriculture and sustainability this summer.
In its third meeting, the Brown County Ad-hoc Committee on Racial Equity continued to lay groundwork for its two-year mission.
The chair of that committee said in an interview that Wisconsin has a lot more work to do on racial equity.
Freedom Inc and Madison Tenant Power launched a housing fund, seeking donations to help people with rent.
A Madison woman was held at gunpoint while driving a company car that was mistakenly listed as stolen.
Community Cleaners is a Black-owned business with a focus on treating employees ethically.
In a now-deleted Facebook post, the Winnebago County Republican Party sparked backlash by equating “white supremacy” with “full-time employment” and “no criminal record.”
Motivational speaker Nykira McCann is working to use her own experience overcoming bipolar disorder to inspire others.
Forward Madison earned a big win over New England Revolution 2 on Wednesday.
Madison artist Rodrigo Carapia designed the match poster for that game.
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