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Badgers pick up first victory in Paris

Wisconsin's day in Paris began with a cruise on the Seine River. It ended with an 81-66 victory over Paris Towers, the first of four games for the Badgers in France. Four players scored in double figures for UW, led by junior center Steven Crowl with 13 points. Crowl was 5-of-7 from the field and also grabbed five rebounds and dished out two assists in 18 minutes.

What Madison’s Updated Rent Abatement Program Means for Tenants

Every August, the city of Madison has a big housing turnover, with many downtown leases starting on the 15th. This makes for hectic and crowded move-in/move-out days, to say the least, and raises a host of questions about why renting in Madison is so hard—and what it would take to fix it.

'He's a freak': Jackson Acker gives Wisconsin intriguing athleticism, versatility at fullback

MADISON, Wis. — University of Wisconsin offensive coordinator Bobby Engram kept it simple last week when asked what he likes about Jackson Acker at fullback. Engram, hired in January, said, “He’s big, strong, athletic and he has good hands. He’s a smart football player. I think he had a good spring, and that’s a position you’re going to see him naturally progress and get better.”

Kayden Lyles, former Wisconsin OL, to miss 2022 with injury

Kayden Lyles has battled through injuries throughout his career. Unfortunately, the former Badger will be sidelined once again in 2022. Now a member of the Florida State program, Lyles revealed Wednesday that his career is over due to an injury. Lyles transferred to the Seminoles this offseason after 5 years at Wisconsin.
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Trio behind Settle Down Tavern and Oz by Oz to open third business on Madison’s near-east side

When Sam Parker, Ryan Huber and Brian Bartels scoped out the vacant space at 1344 E. Washington Ave., they knew they had to do something with it. “We came in, looked at the space, and all three of us — instantly — upon taking it in, we’re like, ‘holy cow, this place is amazing,’” Huber says. “One of the things we were most drawn to is the building itself.”

Skyler Bell flashes amazing one-handed grab in camp for Wisconsin

There are catches, and then there are catches. During Wisconsin’s practice on Wednesday, Skyler Bell gave us a demonstration of the latter. With seemingly little effort, the 6-foot-1, 185 lb. wide receiver flew past a defender for a one-arm, tip-of-the-finger catch. The Badgers will need the help of Bell...

Opinion | When abortions are illegal, people die

The overturning of Roe is a devastating blow to the bodily autonomy of everyone who can become pregnant. It’s estimated that nearly 25% percent of women will have an abortion. Those with lower incomes are, as always, disproportionately impacted, as costs for out-of-state travels, taking multiple days off of...
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New UW-Madison chancellor visits Milwaukee amid biggest application wave ever

MADISON, Wis. (CBS 58) -- UW-Madison's new chancellor visited Milwaukee Wednesday, Aug. 10 to meet with dozens of new and returning students at 3rd Street Market Hall. Students who graduated high school during the pandemic say college could be the first time they have in-person instruction all year since the 2018-2019 school year.

Aug. 9 Primary Partisan Election results for the City and Town of Verona

Arguably the most watched race by Verona residents during the Tuesday, Aug. 9 partisan primary election was that for the 80th Assembly District seat. Rep. Sondy Pope (D-Mt. Horeb) announced in April that she did not plan to seek re-election, ending 20 years serving in both the 79th and 80th Assembly Districts.

Viewers Wonder What Happened to Wisconsin Anchor George Smith

The Lost Remote newsletter brings you the the best in streaming news, from staffing changes to premiere dates to trailers—to the latest platform moves. Sign up today. After WKOW anchor George Smith disappeared from the station newscasts in July, viewers started asking questions about where he’d gone. One...