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Madison, Wisconsin
Night Reporter — Wisconsin State Journal

Evening general assignment/suburbs reporter for @WiStateJournal, @DrakeUniversity alumnus. I love tweeting about baseball, falafel and Prince Rogers Nelson.

Sun Prairie schools finish superintendent search without hire — Eighteen applicants, five interviews and two finalists later, the Sun Prairie School District is still without a new superintendent. The School Board will take other steps to replace superintendent Tim Culver after the candidate it selected withdrew for personal reason, board president Tom Weber said.

Focus on Dane County: Stoughton election results show wide Wal-Mart TIF opposition — A development agreement may be signed, but voters' response to a series of advisory referendums and City Council races show that opposition to a major development that includes a Wal-Mart SuperCenter might be more widespread than proponents of the project have suggested.

Madison City Council to include first black women alders — Madison's next City Council will include its first black women members. Political newcomer Sheri Carter narrowly defeated incumbent John Strasser in the 14 th District race on the city's South Side. Barbara McKinney beat Matt Brink by a large margin in the First District race on the Far West Side.

On State Street, fireworks and dance beats, despite a bummer of a game — They wept real tears, railed at the universe's unfairness, dashed into the cold to soothe the sting. UW-Madison fans, so hopeful this was the year, took Monday's 68-63 loss to Duke in the NCAA championship game with varying amounts of sadness, grief and frustration.

UW-Madison, police prepare for Monday madness — By Jeff GlazeThe Wisconsin State Journal Posted: 04/06/2015 12:01:00 AM CDT Updated: 04/06/2015 12:20:29 PM CDT UW-Madison officials and local police are preparing for potentially one of the most historic parties the city has seen if the Badger men's basketball team wins the national championship Monday.

UW-Madison, police officials prepare for Monday madness — UW-Madison officials and local police are preparing for potentially one of the most historic parties the city has seen if the Badger men's basketball team wins the national championship Monday. Decisions on whether to hold evening classes -- tipoff is 8:18 p.m. -- will be left to the discretion of faculty, Dean of Students Lori Berquam said.

Focus on Dane County: Sub-Zero/Wolf considering Fitchburg plant expansion — Sub-Zero/Wolf is considering a $50 million to $60 million expansion of its Fitchburg facility that could add around 100 jobs. Last week, officials from the manufacturer of high-end kitchen appliances presented plans for a 250,000- to 300,000-square-foot expansion of its Basswood Road facility to members of Fitchburg's City Council.

Madison to consider child sex offender residency ordinance — Madison could prohibit child sex offenders from living within 2,000 feet of a school or community center under a proposal to be presented to the City Council Tuesday night. The ordinance comes in response to community complaints over a plan to move a registered child sex offender into a building on the North Side.

Focus on Dane County: Meriter prepares for its largest clinic in Middleton — After recently opening clinics in Monona and DeForest, Meriter Health Services is preparing to build its largest clinic in Middleton. Meriter plans to build its latest clinic on 13 acres, west of Laura Lane, just off the rapidly redeveloping Parmenter Street corridor.

Bathroom fan caused Williamson Street fire — A mechanical failure from a bathroom exhaust fan started a fire last week on Madison's Near East Side, fire department officials said. Interviews with residents helped investigators determine the March 16 fire at 1138 Williamson St. started in a first-floor bathroom with an unspecified mechanical or electrical failure related to the fan, the Madison Fire Department said.
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Apr 17, 2015

Terrible news involving one of my favorite bands. Thanks for pointing this out to me, @VitaliyP.…

Apr 16, 2015

.@sunprairiek12 didn't make a hire in its superintendent search. Board president said the candidate selected withdrew…

Apr 16, 2015

Company tornado drill. Yes, I would die under a giant roll of paper.

Apr 15, 2015

Sun Prairie School Board president says search for new superintendent has failed. Two finalists had participated in public forums.

Apr 14, 2015

Dane County consultant says @Enbridge insurance underwriters have generally been good at paying claims.

Apr 14, 2015

Attorney representing Enbridge says environmental insurance is unnecessary because most insurers include clean up in general liability.

Apr 14, 2015

Consultant tells Dane County committee that $25M pollution insurance recommended because it would cover the cost of most on-land oil spills.

Apr 14, 2015

"Celebrity Death Match" is coming back? What!?!?!

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