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UPDATE: Minneapolis police have searched a East High classroom as part of investigation into hidden cameras found in students hotel rooms on a school trip. Read more

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Hidden cameras were found in the hotel rooms of students on a school-sponsored trip. A Madison East High teacher has been put on administrative leave while officials investigate. Read more

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Fewer Madison residents will have to obey Alternate Side Parking restrictions this winter with the expansion of the Snow Emergency Zone. However, parking will be restricted on one side of the street, once a week, throughout the year. Read more

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Dylan Brogan

Wisconsin has a thriving pro wrestling scene. Staff writer Dylan Brogan crosses the Rubicon to check it out. Read more

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Why did the cat cross East Wash? To check out the jokes in "Isthmus’" Cat Issue! Read more

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Madison cat owners are required to follow the same leash laws as dog owners, and register their pets annually. According to city data, an overwhelming majority of Madison cats aren’t licensed. Are yours? Read more

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What to get for that person who is having a rough time of it? Keep it simple and don’t get stressed yourself. Read more

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Dylan Brogan

While on a F-35 fact-finding mission in Vermont, Madison elected officials and activists took a break to throw some axes. Read more

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Isthmus reporter Dylan Brogan traveled to Burlington, VT to see how people are faring since the arrival of F-35 fighter jets at their Air National Guard base. Read more

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Brad Pfaff was unanimously approved by the Senate Committee on Agriculture and Wisconsin farm groups. But Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald led a successful drive to reject Pfaff’s confirmation before the full Senate. Read more

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Dylan Brogan

Madison Ald. Rebecca Kemble, State Rep. Chris Taylor and activist Brandi Grayson are going to Vermont to hear what the F-35 jets sound like. Read more

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The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture and Consumer Protection was charged with testing hemp fields to ensure the crop didn’t contain too much THC. The agency had 18 inspectors to collect and test thousands of samples within a matter of weeks. Read more

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Mike Koval’s abrupt departure as Madison police chief was prompted by his frustration with the mayor and other elected officials over staffing levels: “I’ve grown weary of it.” Read more

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The communities most affected are overwhelmingly against a squadron of F-35 jets at Truax Field. Some feel betrayed by progressive leaders like U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan and Madison Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway. Read more

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Dylan Brogan

Thousands of people in Madison joined the world-wide strike demanding action on climate change. The strike was led by youth, “the last generation that can really do something about this.” Read more

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Middleton residents are concerned the “Good Neighbor” city’s airport will become a corporate jet hub. But officials say the city is just studying options on how to keep the public airfield viable. Read more

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Carolyn Fath Ashby

Natives know all the best places. From parks to restaurants, libraries to makerspaces, Isthmus staff share their favorites. Read more

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Dylan Brogan

Prairie du Sac again hosted the Wisconsin State Cow Chip Throw — an annual tradition that staff writer Dylan Brogan steps in for this week’s Snapshot. Read more

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The “Nails’ Tales” obelisk has been banished (for now) to an undisclosed location on the UW-Madison property. Staff writer Dylan Brogan reports on the controversial public art installation’s final moments outside of Camp Randall Stadium. Read more

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Former Mayor Paul Soglin said alcohol licenses are a privilege, not a right. However, Taco Bell Cantina proved you can fight city hall. Read more

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    “Ruthless” Rockin Rivera places “The Outlaw” Zach Hendrix in a headlock in the first match of Frozen Tundra Warfare on Nov. 23.

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    Ald. Rebecca Kemble (left) and state Rep. Chris Taylor take a break from an F-35 fact-finding mission in Vermont.

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    Second Lt. Chelsea Clark, left, tells state Rep. Chris Taylor, right, Ald. Rebecca Kemble and Amelia Royko Maurer that F-35s would not be flying that day in Burlington.

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    Kim Robison, left, with neighbor Anna Johnston, who has lived in Chamberlin for almost six decades and raised two children there. “There was always airplane noise,” says Johnston, “but it was a great neighborhood.”

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    Madison activist Brandi Grayson, above with microphone, urges protesters at the Burlington airport to connect opposition to F-35s with the broader fight for social and racial justice. Joining the rally are Carmine Sargent, below right, with her daughter Kara Paige, who fear their South Burlington neighborhood is being destroyed.