Snow's a coming. Try to do any errands before 3 p.m. Meanwhile, Paul Soglin has been campaigning rather openly and the only news about his impending candidacy has come from yours truly and Channel 3000. As I mentioned on Twitter yesterday, Soglin went to the Dane Dems party yesterday, allegedly carrying Soglin For Mayor flyers in his pocket.
Mayor Dave makes a wager with the mayor of Fort Worth on the Rose Bowl outcome.
City to begin salting the streets in anticipation of snow storm.
Plan Commission looking at $25 million development on Old University.
Don't Ask, Don't Tell will soon be history. But it's unclear how quickly the new policy will be fully implemented.
Tammy Baldwin hails its passage.
UAW workers at Kohler vote against the wishes of union leaders to ratify contract that includes a five year wage freeze.
"Teach Me How to Bucky" played at UW commencement.
Madison water utility to test tap water after an independent group found high levels of a carcinogenic metal in a sample.
Walker one of three midwestern governor-elects clashing with a lame duck Democrat over worker contracts. In Iowa and Ohio, however, it appears the Democrats partially won.
Post-Crescent wants Walker to forgo inaugural festivities.
Mary Spicuzza and Clay Barbour: Decker's party betrayal an appropriate finish to a bizarre legislative session.
Barrett to tour Talgo factory, which will now become a maintenance facility.
Zach Brandon plans to come out with two "radical ideas" every month. His first is to combine three development committees into one.
Mayor Dave: "[W]hen you compare Madison city government to what's happening down the street, we look pretty darn good. "