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Baltazar De Anda Santana is biking from 8 am today until 8 am tomorrow in support of refugees and immigrants — and he’d love you to come along.
The month of June brought a record number of heroin deaths to Madison.
Several community groups are calling for the release of Caliph Muab-El, held in prison for the last six months with no new criminal conviction.
A group of UW Law School students are planning a trip to the border to help represent immigrants in federal detention centers.
Hundreds of people came out on a sweltering afternoon to call for an end to the Trump administration’s harsh immigration policies.
The top Ho-Chunk students took a trip to South Dakota to reward their academic success.
One City Senior Preschool landed a $500,000 federal grant.
A number of job readiness workshops will be held on Madison’s north side this summer, starting this week.
New leadership is taking over the coworking community 100State.
Speaking of new leadership, longtime nonprofit executive Rod Mitchell is putting his own brand of leadership on the Boys and Girls Club of Dane County as he takes over as interim CEO.
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