Some late brunch today folks. Gotta write a paper on the following topic: "The most important scientific changes betwen 1600 and 1915. If you've got any ideas, do share.
The last day of publishing for the Badger Herald and the Daily Cardinal. Congrats to both staffs for a great year and good luck on finals. High of 62, low of 43. Here's something delicious from Icon.
BREAKING NEWS: Site near Monona Terrace picked for Madison's high-speed rail stop.
A storm's a-brewin Up North about who's going to run for Obey's seat.
Emily discusses Obey's retirement, as well as the issue of abortion at UW Health.
Doyle signs ban on texting while driving.
Sandra Day O'Connor comes to down and disses judicial elections.
I love Wikipedia, but the political pages are often troublesome. Here's a great example
Obey is one of the most liberal members of the House; he considers himself a progressive in the tradition of the Stalin admirer Robert La Follette.
Oh great, Doyle to issue Prayer Day proclamation. Thank God (who else?)
Dane County has fiscal issues.
The Charter Street Heating Plant will be coal-free by 2012.
Awesome: State Journal starts a real estate blog. The Sconz welcomes Karen Rivedal to the Madison blogosphere. And yes, even those of us going through the "dead-tree" media count!
Cap Times joins chorus of raw milk supporters.
UW Political Science Dept. is pissed about Biddy Martin's funding initiative.
Wisconsin Indian Education Association supports ban on racial mascots.
The Cardinal runs down the best Badger moments of the last year.