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Anger follows sentence on Workman videotape sex crime

At his June 11 sentencing, William C. Workman expressed remorse at the damage he'd done by secretly videotaping sex partners over a period of many years. But some of his victims want more than that. >More
 Child pulled from Schenk Elementary over bullying

Kris Talaro says Madison schools talk big about anti-harassment policies and zero tolerance for threats but "back up the talk with almost no action." >More
 UW Health doc dukes it out with Dean over donor breast milk

Dr. Anne Eglash says the evidence is overwhelming and incontrovertible: "There clearly is a better outcome for babies [who receive] donor breast milk than formula." It promotes intestinal development and reduces the risk of a particular life-threatening disease. And donor milk costs about the same as some specialty formulas. >More
 Good times for Grampa's Gun Shop

Larry Gleasman says it's been "just crazy," in more ways than one. Sales at his Madison store, Grampa's Gun Shop, 1374 Williamson St., have been going through the roof, as they have for gun dealers nationwide. >More
 Peace activist fined $675 for chalking!

On March 13, the 23-year local peace activist was given a $675 citation by Madison police for "Graffiti on Public Property," as prohibited by Madison General Ordinance 23.06(5). His offense: Drawing a peace sign announcing an upcoming protest in chalk on the 500 block of State Street. >More
 Joel Marino case reward money still unallocated

It's long seemed clear who killed Madison resident Joel Marino in January 2008. Adam Peterson, 20, was arrested last June based on eyewitness identifications, DNA evidence and incriminating admissions. He pleaded guilty last December and was sentenced to life in prison. A month later he hung himself in his cell. Last week Peterson's former cellmate was charged with assisting in his suicide. >More
 MPD ignores parking rules

Over the last few weeks, the Madison Police Department has been using the city's former Water Utility office, 525 E. Main St., to park up to a dozen squad cars, marked and unmarked. The cops seem to regard this as a parking-rule-free zone, at least for them. >More
 City to Majestic: Pay up or else

The city of Madison will continue its prosecution of the Majestic Theatre for failing to sign an agreement and pay fees for encroaching on the city's right-of-way, despite a request that it hold off until the Madison Landmarks Commission can consider the matter. >More
 Cap News empire toughs it out

For the first time in more than a decade, the Capital Times Co. paid out less in stock dividends last year than it did the year before. Yet the company remains surprisingly profitable, despite the economic downtown and trends that have put the hurt on newspapers nationwide. >More
 The 911 Center screw-up that wasn't

Madison Ald. Paul Skidmore, asked for details about a recent disturbing incident regarding the Dane County 911 Center, offers a disquieting response: "I'm sorry to say this, but which one?" >More
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