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A new organization is working to raise awareness and train employers to recognize the signs of domestic violence.
Wisconsin’s gerrymandering case, currently before the Supreme Court, got a national spotlight on a new podcast from FiveThirtyEight.
Black Girls United is giving middle school girls service opportunities as well as the bond of sisterhood.
Madison Community Foundation’s eighth “Year of Giving” grant is all about bikes.
“Circuits, Card and Code” introduced more than 100 girls to coding and STEM last weekend.
Brian Britt overcame the odds, and many challenges, to open his own barbershop — and use it to inspire others.
Tonight’s Madison Hip Hop Awards move to the Majestic to honor the best in local producers, DJs, rappers and more.
Fitchburg’s Community Economic Development Authority doled out $50,000 in grants to five local charities, after the committee chair left the building.
Madison-area Urban Ministry will remember homeless people we’ve lost at its “Longest Night” service Thursday.
Former Badger Bronson Koenig is a starter for Grand Rapids in the G-League, and making real contributions to the team.
Central Park is one step closer to being officially renamed Milton McPike Park.
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