July was the 13th hottest month on record in Madison. Madison averaged a temperature of 75.2–making the month 3.9 degrees above average.
Keep in mind, participants are expected to keep up a good pace in order to reach key locations throughout the race. This is to ensure the roads open back up in a timely fashion.
In a post on Wednesday, the DNR said blue-green algae is a natural part of all Wisconsin rivers and lakes, but some blooms produce toxins that can be dangerous.
Put the artist in your life to work creating a masterpiece on a section of your fence or wall of a shed.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning dog owners of a possible link between certain dog food brands and a serious form of canine heart disease.
It’s not a pizza. It’s not a quesadilla. It’s a pizzadilla!
Midday Madison is hosted by Samantha Bowers. Midday Madison will have something for everyone, but it will be specifically geared toward local women.
John Nolen Drive between South Broom and South Blair Streets will be closed on Saturday starting at 6 a.m. It won’t re-open until 6 a.m. Sunday morning.
Food, fireworks and live music will kick off the Fourth of July holiday in the Madison area this weekend during Shake the Lake.
Now in its fifth year, the Shake the Lake community celebration is planned for Saturday, June 29, 2019.
Middleton Players Theatre’s new production will have audience members jumping out of their blue suede shoes!
Remarkable body camera video captured the gut-wrenching moment an abandoned newborn girl was found alive in a plastic grocery bag in Georgia.
The Stoughton Police Department took to Facebook to tamp down a rumor that their K-9, Ole, had died.