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Alejandro Alonso Galva

In Robyn Wiseman, the Madison Radicals sign their first female player. She’ll be only the third woman to play in ultimate frisbee’s pro league. more

Sports

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Alejandro Alonso Galva

The UW-Madison women’s hockey team lost a heartbreaker in the Frozen Four. But several returning players offer hope for next year. more

Sports

Dr. Anselmo Alonso died 20 years ago from injuries sustained in a car crash. His son, journalist Alejandro Alonso Galva, now 30, finds memories of his Papi wherever he goes — even around his new hometown of Madison. more

Opinion

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Alejandro Alonso Galva

Dane County has multiple initiatives aimed at cleaning up the lakes, but the benefits of those efforts will take years to achieve. In the meantime, officials are experimenting with cleaning up small portions of the lakes so people can swim there. more

News

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David Michael Miller

Some of Dane County’s towns are sick and tired of being bossed around by big-city interests. Several have opted out of the county’s zoning regulations. But not every town is choosing to go it alone. more

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James Heimer

Milwaukee has enlisted volunteer chaplains to try to bridge the gap between police and the community. The program has had remarkable success, helping to quell riots that broke out after a police shooting. Could a similar program work in Madison? more

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Mary Langenfeld

Madison’s educational resource officers are cops who work in high schools. Viewed with suspicion by many, their role has been scrutinized. The four officers all came to police work in roundabout ways and are driven by a desire to help children. more

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Alejandro A. Alonso Galva

Since April, thousands have been camped out at Standing Rock, North Dakota to protest a proposed oil pipeline. People from all over the world have come to support the effort, including a few from Madison. more

News

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    Alejandro Alonso Galva

    The Badgers outnumbered Colgate in shot opportunities, but time after time failed to score.

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    Alejandro Alonso Galva

    Madison built an early version of the clean beach cooridor at Bernie’s Beach in 2011. Since then, the beach on Monona Bay has never closed due to water conditions.

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    Alejandro Alonso Galva

    Alexis Twito (right), pastor for the Evangelical Lutheran American Church, chats with a Milwaukee Sheriff’s deputy as he prepared to close down Sherman Park in August after a day of protests and community events.

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    Alejandro Alonso Galva

    After Milwaukee police killed a 23-year-old black man on Aug. 13, rioting erupted in the neighborhood, with several businesses and cars burned.

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    Alejandro A. Alonso Galva

    Before an afternoon gathering at Standing Rock in North Dakota, members of the Grand Traverse Band of the Ottawa and Chippewa Tribe marched from the entrance of the protest camp to the main fire pit.