This is the second time FIB's hot dog cart has appeared on The Sconz, but the first time it has been reviewed by Eating in Madison A to Z. They call it the "wurst cart." That is a compliment, by the way. A source has told me to brace myself for major news in the 77th Assembly district race this week.
Brenda is wondering whether CDA will raid the Affordable Housing Trust Fund.
40 years after the Sterling Hall bombing, the victim's family finally opens up.
State bullying policy will protect kids, says Green Bay Press Gazette.
UW ranked 13th in U.S. News rankings.
State receives $1 million to monitor health insurance premium increases.
And UW System looking for $22 million to boost enrollment and retention. Frankly, I think smaller class sizes wouldn't be bad.
Let's see how Green Bay deals with a proposed Mosque. Are they going to drive those poor people all the way down to Madison?
Wisconsin is 2nd in nation in judicial race spending.
As Mayor Dave puts it, he is a kid whose "age happens to be 51."
Texas company offers to save county millions for new emergency radio network. As you know, everything is bigger and cheaper in Texas.
Dave Westlake is "grasping at straws" to be the insurgent candidate. The Cap Times can't help him on this one, though.
Jim Rowen says Ron Johnson has joined "flat earth society."