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Adams loses billboard lawsuit against city

The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled against Adams Outdoor Advertising and in favor of the city of Madison in a legal battle over billboard sight lines brewing since the city erected a bicycle bridge over the Beltline in 2013.

June 2018

Alleged extortion attempt muddies case against Monona auto repair shop owner accused of rape, kidnapping

Earlier this spring, Mathew E. Levin, 50, of Verona, owner of Integrity Auto at 935 Femrite Drive in Monona, was arrested for allegedly kidnapping and sexually assaulting a 25-year-old woman, who later showed up partially clothed at a nearby gas station, according to multiple media reports at the time.

June 2018
Learning from a global health leader

Learning from a global health leader

Just about everyone is familiar with General Electric, the global conglomerate that can trace its roots all the way back to Thomas Edison. Less familiar, perhaps, is GE Healthcare, the $19 billion health care division of General Electric, which houses much of its imaging products operations right here in Wisconsin.

June 2018

Farley family vs. Trek bikes

Make Him Smile, an organization founded by Chris Farley’s family to protect the late comedian’s publicity and property rights, filed a lawsuit against Waterloo-based Trek Bicycles, claiming Trek used the late comedian’s name on a line of “Farley” fat-tire bikes it produces.

June 2018

Judge Doyle Square developer sues city

Work on the Judge Doyle Square site continues in downtown Madison despite a federal lawsuit the developer, Beitler Real Estate Services, filed against the city earlier this week.

June 2018
The county's executive

The county's executive

Dane County Executive Joe Parisi, 57, never hid the fact that he dropped out from Middleton High School, but he later earned his GED, enrolled at MATC, and graduated with a sociology degree from UW–Madison.

June 2018

Greater Give could restore shared model

Like any worthwhile business innovation, Greater Give started with a drawing on a napkin.

June 2018

Abrahamson calls it quits

Justice Shirley Abrahamson, a 42-year veteran on Wisconsin State Supreme Court, has decided not to run for re-election.

May 2018

Sushi restaurant could lose liquor license

Koi Sushi, a restaurant at the corner of State and Gilman Streets, may lose its liquor license after the city learned the restaurant knocked out a wall into an adjacent space to expand its seating area.

May 2018

Madison attorney suspended for a year

The Wisconsin Supreme Court suspended the law license of Madison attorney Michael R. Bauer for a year for reportedly mismanaging client trust funds.

May 2018
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