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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.

Town of Oregon home a total loss after fire

host.madison.com — A town of Oregon home is considered a total loss following a Wednesday fire, the Dane County Sheriff's Office said. A neighbor of the residence at 484 Sugar Hill Road reported the fire shortly after 3:30 p.m. when they noticed smoke and flames coming from the house.

Town of Oregon home a total loss after fire

host.madison.com — A town of Oregon home is considered a total loss following a Wednesday fire, the Dane County Sheriff's Office said. A neighbor of the residence at 484 Sugar Hill Road reported the fire shortly after 3:30 p.m. when they noticed smoke and flames coming from the house.

Madison School District behavior specialist to appear on "Jeopardy!"

host.madison.com — This Madison School District employee might be $100,000 richer, but he's sworn to secrecy through at least Tuesday. Who is Michael Jones? Jones, 32, has a secret he can't wait to unload. Last fall, the first-year Black Hawk Middle School behavioral specialist was invited by producers to participate in a teachers tournament on Alex Trebek's long-running quiz show "Jeopardy!"

Katie Couric to speak at UW-Madison commencement

host.madison.com — The nearly 50,000 students, family and UW-Madison faculty and staff that fill Camp Randall this spring for commencement will be joined by a very familiar face. Katie Couric, the longtime "Today" show host and former anchor of "CBS Evening News," will be the keynote speaker at commencement on May 16.

United Way board approves 2015 budget

host.madison.com — United Way of Dane County plans to spend $19.7 million on community education, health and poverty initiatives over the next year, the organization announced Tuesday. The local United Way's board of directors on Tuesday approved the charity's 2015 budget, which includes $6.8 million for education, $6.4 million for anti-poverty programs and $4.9 million for health-related initiatives.

City finance committee recommends amended Judge Doyle Square request for proposals

host.madison.com — Amid concerns by developers, the city's top finance committee on Monday removed language favoring office space from a tentative request for proposals for the massive Judge Doyle Square project. The Board of Estimates unanimously recommended a new, amended request for proposals for the planned remake of the blocks that now hold the landmark Madison Municipal Building and aging Government East parking garage.

Focus on Dane County: Middleton seeks public input in new planning process

host.madison.com — In the coming months, Middleton residents will be asked to take part in the city's latest planning process to guide future development in the city. The City Council on Tuesday approved a public participation component that includes meetings and surveys that will kick off a new comprehensive planning process.

Against Paul Soglin's will, city alcohol committee recommends license for HopCat

host.madison.com — Plans for 130-tap bar and restaurant within a block of State Street will go forward with the recommendation of the city's Alcohol License Review Committee despite opposition from Mayor Paul Soglin. On Tuesday, the ALRC unanimously recommended the city issue an alcohol license to BarFly Ventures of Grand Rapids, Michigan, which plans to open a 9,700-square-foot HopCat beer bar and restaurant at 222 W.

Against Soglin's will, city alcohol committee recommends license for HopCat

host.madison.com — Plans for 130-tap bar and restaurant within a block of State Street will go forward with the recommendation of the city's Alcohol Licence Review Committee despite opposition from Mayor Paul Soglin. On Tuesday, the ALRC unanimously recommended the city issue an alcohol license to BarFly Ventures of Grand Rapids, Michigan, which plans to open a 9,700-square-foot HopCat beer bar and restaurant at 222 W.

Mayor Paul Soglin's billboard veto upheld

host.madison.com — City Council members failed Tuesday by one vote to override Mayor Paul Soglin's veto of a revision to Madison's billboard ordinance. The city has had a longstanding ban on new billboards, but council members approved a change in January as a means of spurring potential redevelopment in areas with billboards and limiting litigation between advertisers and the city.
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Jan 28, 2015

Michael Jones, a @MMSDschools behavioral specialist, will appear on "Jeopardy!" Tuesday. host.madison.com/wsj/news/local… #Jeopardy

Jan 28, 2015

Want to see Katie Couric in a cheesehead? Well, here you go! She's keynoting @UWMadison commencement, by the way. host.madison.com/wsj/news/local…

Jan 28, 2015

@itsgully @msarahl @MvPruett It's the same bunch that never watched the "Powers of 10" video in grade school. That was life changing. smh

Jan 28, 2015

Apparently I'm the only one in the office who has seen the celebrity Jeopardy SNL skit?

Jan 28, 2015

I brought jalapeno-cheddar bread to the newsroom so everybody can have breath as bad as mine currently is.

Jan 27, 2015

Here's a summary of amendments to the the Judge Doyle Square RFP made at tonight's BOE meeting: host.madison.com/wsj/news/local…

Jan 26, 2015

Downtown Ald. Mike Verveer says interested developers have asked where 100,000-square-foot office space requirement in RFP came from.

Jan 26, 2015

Council President Chris Schmidt wants to delete office space requirement with language from Downtown Plan. Wants less specific RFP.

Jan 26, 2015

Mayor @Paulsoglin: "I would strong urge against being so demanding that we end up with an overbuilt hotel for our needs and for our budget."

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