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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.

City Council approves ad hoc police review committee

host.madison.com — Plans to hire an outside expert and create an ad hoc committee to review the Madison Police Department's culture, training, policies and procedures will go forward following an approval by the City Council Tuesday. The City Council voted unanimously to approve spending up to $50,000 to hire an expert in community policing, law, problem-oriented policing, racial disparities, restorative justice and bias to study the police department.

Just Ask Us: Whose fingerprint is on New Glarus Brewing Co.'s bottle caps?

host.madison.com — Whose fingerprint is on New Glarus Brewing Co.'s bottle caps? Craft brewing has opened up a new medium for artwork. Both labels and caps are adorned with wild colors, illustrations and hop puns. But despite its simplicity, few designs have become as instantly recognizable as New Glarus Brewing Co.'s Wisconsin thumbprint cap.

Mike Koval 'confident' Tony Robinson decision aftermath will be peaceful

host.madison.com — In a brief press conference Tuesday evening, Police Chief Mike Koval again expressed his condolences to Tony Robinson's family and said the department's own investigation into the teen's shooting by Officer Matt Kenny would be complete later this month.

Landmarks Commission clears Downtown Hub 2 project

host.madison.com — Preservation of a historic former auto dealership won't be an obstacle for a developer pitching yet another large Downtown apartment complex. The Landmarks Commission approved an advisory resolution Monday that said the commission regrets the loss of the 1929 Art Deco-style building at 435 W.

Focus on Dane County: Middleton police aim to close racial disparities, diversify department

host.madison.com — With racial disparities in the criminal justice system at the forefront of national dialogue, Middleton police are looking at ways to lessen their impact on minority communities.

Homeless, advocates rally Downtown for improved services

host.madison.com — A small group of homeless people and advocates marched from the top of State Street to the City-County Building Thursday calling for government officials to address a growing number of people sleeping on the streets. About 20 people walked from Philosopher's Grove on the 100 block of State Street holding signs and shouting "Housing is a human right."

Update: Avian flu found at another Jefferson County farm; 800,000 more chickens to die

host.madison.com — Nearly one in five Wisconsin egg-laying chickens have been or will be euthanized following an outbreak of bird flu at a second commercial egg facility in Jefferson County. The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection said Wednesday that the 800,000-bird Jefferson County flock, as well as an 87,000-bird turkey flock in Chippewa County, have become the state's fourth and fifth cases of bird flu.

Sun Prairie schools finish superintendent search without hire

host.madison.com — 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

host.madison.com — 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

host.madison.com — 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.
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May 29, 2015

Congrats to @MikeIveyCT on his 30-plus years at the Cap Times. I'll miss his presence in the newsroom and Plan Commission. Outstanding dude.

May 28, 2015

@TotesChris Ha. The waitstaff was so enamored with him that they comped both of our meals. I need to dine with him more often.

May 28, 2015

@TotesChris Thanks. Such a fun interview, it was hard to trim. I now resist any Know Your Madisonian candidate I didn't meet in a bar.

May 28, 2015

@TotesChris I caught hell for that interview. It had something to do with Frandu talking about how masturbation jokes are too easy.

May 27, 2015

As of now, I'm that weirdo going to see a show alone Sat. at @HighNoonMadison. @wmerchandise is awesome. Any takers? youtube.com/watch?v=X-eoKX…

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