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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Madison
The Diocese of Madison, Wis. explained its response to same-sex couples who present children for baptism, welcoming sincere baptism requests but also warning of "speculative" or "scurrilous" news reports on the subject.
A panel of scientists and scientists, engineers and regulators is set to gather in northern Wisconsin this week to discuss a potential iron mine just south of Lake Superior.
Authorities in southeastern Wisconsin are removing animals from an animal rescue operation.
A federal judge told a Milwaukee abortion doctor Thursday to renew his efforts to obtain hospital admitting privileges, hinting that it could resolve a lawsuit alleging a Wisconsin law requiring such privileges is unconstitutional.
University of Wisconsin-Madison officials are debating pushing recruiting drives for fraternities and sororities to later in the fall semester or eliminating the drives entirely.
A person close to an investigation of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's campaign and other conservative groups said Wednesday that Walker's attorney is talking with the lead investigator about a possible settlement that would end the probe.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has declined to hear a petition brought by a same-sex couple from Milwaukee seeking to strike down the state's constitutional ban on gay marriage.
Madison Police Chief Gene Waldrop says a 20-year-old man has been charged with murder in the May 21 slaying Jackson State University professor Garrick Shelton.
When Madison and Lindsey Dismuke make presentations to potential St. Jude Children's Research Hospital donors, they start off all business.
In a story May 24 about workers' compensation, The Associated Press, erroneously reported the total number of workers whose compensation payments were delayed due to a fire at a state office building. It was about 50 workers, not about 100 workers.
Wisconsin and Minnesota scientists are studying a little-known and vulnerable fish whose disappearance could mean smaller musky, pike and walleye in the states' inland lakes.
University of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross is proposing a one-year plan to cover tuition costs of high school students who take UW classes offered in their schools for college credit.
Six new religious private schools will be added to Wisconsin's statewide voucher program starting next year, the state Department of Public Instruction reported Tuesday.
The 31 private schools or school systems, and number of applicants, admitted into the voucher program announced Tuesday by the state Department of Public Instruction:
Ted Kennedy Jr. has received the official endorsement of Democratic Party in his run for a state Senate seat in Connecticut.