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You're not going crazy. We screwed up. We published last week's crossword puzzle in this week's Isthmus. We've heard your cries, we feel your pain, and we want to make it right. Here is the correct puzzle and the answers to last week's puzzle. Read more

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Five of Madison’s mayoral candidates met Wednesday night for a public forum on how the city can better support a vibrant arts scene. Read more

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Vic Barrett, a UW-Madison sophomore, knows that his generation will be the one getting “screwed over” by climate change. So he joined a lawsuit attempting the force the U.S. government to take action now. Read 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. Read 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. Read 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. Read more

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David Michael Miller

In January, Madison began banning moped and scooter parking on city sidewalks and terraces. Although some downtown blocks had become cluttered with the motorbikes, critics say the ban has effectively outlawed mopeds in Madison. Read more

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David Michael Miller

Aug. 14 is move out day for many UW-Madison students. This year, it’s also the day of the August primary. Voting officials and university administrators have been trying to get the word out on how students can still vote. Read more

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There are an estimated 2 million ash trees in Dane County. As more of them are killed by the emerald ash borer invasion, the devastation will be impossible to ignore. Read more

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It’s the Wisconsin idea in action — a group of Madisonians is coming together to help build a school in Kenya that will serve as a refuge for girls who escape child marriage. Read more

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Todd Hubler

A bill working its way through the state legislature would overhaul the regulatory system for taxicabs, which has traditionally been left to cities and towns. But even cab companies are split on the legislation. Read more

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Two Dane County judges have ruled that the state Department of Corrections cannot deduct more than 25 percent of inmates’ trust funds. But a prisoner rights activist says the rulings have had little effect. Read more

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Madison is stepping up enforcement on unregistered Airbnbs. Some landlords, like photographer Andy Manis, had no idea their tenants were booking rooms on the popular website. Read more

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Forty nonprofits will compete in “draft” for at about 70 potential board members in Dane County’s first event. Read more

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For 100 years, The Capital Times has strived to be “a people’s paper.” A loving history of the publication shows why it’s worth celebrating. Read more

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After the mass shooting at the Sikh temple in Oak Creek, one of the victims reached out to a former white supremacist for answers to why this happened. They formed a friendship and a nonprofit to combat hatred. Read more

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Todd Hubler

The Madison Police Department was hoping to add 15 officers in 2018. But after losing out on federal grant money, it’s not clear whether the city will put any new cops on the beat. Read more

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A study from UW-Madison’s Center for Healthy Minds testing mindfulness-based training on Madison police officers shows promise in reducing job-related stress among cops. Read more

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Michael Matheson

Gov. Scott Walker’s budget cuts benefits for thousands of couples in domestic partnerships. The budget will also bar additional same-gender couples from joining the statewide domestic partner registry to receive inheritance, hospital visitation and o Read more

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Carolyn Fath

After numerous delays, the city of Madison and Chicago-based Baum Development are about to close on the sale of the Garver Feed Mill. But the project still has a long way to go. Read more

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