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The officers who arrested Genele Laird outside of East Towne Mall in June were cleared of wrongdoing.
After a year marred by ugly racial incidents, UW Madison is taking steps to create a better campus climate.
Vietnam veteran and anti-war activist Will Williams has some choice words for those angry at Colin Kaepernick — people he calls “poser patriots.”
The Latino Chamber of Commerce of Dane County named Jessica Cavazos its new executive director.
Our editor, Dave Dahmer, caught up with the new Director of Community Relations at UW, Leslia Orrantia.
The Alzheimer’s and Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin will host motivational speaker and author Regine Prude in Madison on Friday, September 16.
Madison365’s Amber Walker wonders why Ryan Lochte has, it seems, already been acquitted in the court of public opinion.
In the first of a three-part series, columnist Sabrina Madison gathered wisdom from Madison-area mothers as we all prepare our children to return to school.
Sara Alvarado doesn’t like the false dichotomy inherent in the war of yard signs between pro-police messages and Black Lives Matter messages.
In other news …
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, a week after refusing the stand for the National Anthem, announced that he will donate $1 million to charities that serve communities in need.
Georgetown University announced that it will offer an admissions advantage to the descendents of slaves.
Oklahoma police are taking heat for pepper-spraying an 84-year-old black woman.
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