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Dylan Brogan

Gift guide 2018: Be the friend/partner/aunt/coworker who gives the cool gift this holiday season. Because cool is what you decide it is. more

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Democrats ousted Gov. Scott Walker and won five statewide offices on Nov. 6. But Assembly Speaker Robin Vos insists Republicans have the mandate to govern. more

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Dylan Brogan

Scott Walker supporters left the governor’s campaign party thinking the race wasn’t over. Twenty minutes later, it was. more

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Dylan Brogan

President Donald Trump’s “MAGA” rally Wednesday night was a big draw in central Wisconsin. The president was in Mosinee to give a boost to Gov. Scott Walker who’s in a neck-and-neck race with Democratic candidate Tony Evers. more

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The Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council celebrating 40 years of defending and promoting open government laws with a reception in the Assembly Parlor on Oct. 30. There will be speakers and cake, and the council will debut its new logo. more

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Mary Langenfeld

Femme Skate Night expanded to Mondays and Wednesdays at the Madison skatepark at McPike Park this year. The organizers say they are sick of skateboarding being defined by bros. more

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Dylan Brogan

Paul Soglin has upset the apple cart in next year’s race for Madison mayor. His opponents say he’s been mayor long enough. more

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Eliot Wyatt

Education is a key issue in the Wisconsin governor’s race. Gov. Scott Walker says Supt. Tony Evers will put “union bosses” back in charge and raise taxes. Evers says schools have suffered under Walker and voters are ready for change. more

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Buck_Naked_on_Parade turns Bucky on Parade on its head. It’s exactly what you think. more

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Blind wine tasting at Barriques, beer crawl along Atwood Avenue and a cider tasting to benefit the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, this week in events full of pour decisions. more

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Dylan Brogan

The person who called the police on Supv. Shelia Stubbs claims he didn’t do it because she was a woman of color: “I never called the police ON YOU.” Stubbs finds the apology hollow. more

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Comedian and Madison mayoral candidate Nick Hart hopes to fix politics by breaking it. more

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Dylan Brogan

City officials and downtown businesses have been lamenting about criminal behavior at the top of State Street for years. Staff writer Dylan Brogan hung out on the prominent corner Saturday night to see what all the fuss was about. more

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Tracy Bailey

The homes of dozens of residents of Shorewood Hills were damaged by flash flooding on Aug. 20 — one block is now a “ghost town.” The village on Lake Mendota has quietly come together to help displaced neighbors and flood victims. more

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After a week of rising water, sandbagging and worries of more flash flooding, Madison still isn’t out of the woods yet. Dylan Brogan relays the human toll of the disaster and, with the help of local experts, explains how we got to this point. more

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With more rain forecast and the lakes at capacity, Madison residents spent Friday preparing for flooding and fortifying their homes. more

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After a bruising primary campaign, @LeahVukmir tells supporters in Fitchburg that Republicans must unite in order to beat U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin. Vukmir’s #MAGA cred was called into question during the race against outsider Kevin Nicholson. more

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Wisconsin Public Television and Radio are back under the UW-Madison umbrella. But you probably won’t notice. more

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Extra, extra. Read all about it: November electoral contests are set for U.S. Senate, state treasurer, secretary of state, lieutenant governor. more

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Dylan Brogan

Tony Evers, who cruised to victory in a crowded eight-person Democratic primary for governor, believes he’s nice enough to beat Scott Walker in November. more

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    Dylan Brogan

    Mayor Paul Soglin at a July news conference, where he announced he wouldn't be running again. On Oct. 19, he declared that he'll run afterall.

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    A wedding party is greeted with hugs and cheers of congratulations while passing by “the bad element” that congregates at top of State Street.

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    Residents near Tenney Park fill sandbags provided by the city.

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    On Marston Avenue, near Tenney Park, Christopher Kilgour shovels sand into a bag held by Mark Zanoni. With more rain in the forecast, the neighborhood has been preparing all day for flooding.

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    Dylan Brogan

    U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, left, campaigns with Leah Vukmir, who is running for Wisconsin’s other Senate seat against incumbent Tammy Baldwin, a Democrat.

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