Milwaukee is set to lock up a sex trafficker for nearly 70 years as state officials attempt to tackle growing rates of known trafficking activity around the state.
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Gov. Scott Walker is going on the offensive following loses for Republicans at the polls on Tuesday, taking to Twitter to emphasize his worry about a potential “Blue Wave” in the state and the effects it could have on his conservative base. Walker’s statements come following a string of liberal victories within Wisconsin. Earlier this year, state Sen. Patty Schachtner, D-River Falls, won a seat that was previously under Republican control for 17 years. President Trump previously won the district by 17 points. Walker tweeted at the time that the loss served as a “wakeup call” for conservatives.
The Trump administration announced Monday a plan to roll back environmental standards, but Madison leaders are pushing back on the efforts, which would eliminate greenhouse gas reduction and fuel efficiency standards for American-made cars.
As the system struggles under the weight of a dramatic increase in children entering foster care, Gov. Scott Walker signed into law key pieces of the state’s “Foster Forward” plan.
Public employees will no longer be able to access abortion through their state healthcare plan under a bill Gov. Scott Walker signed into law Tuesday.
Judge Rebecca Dallet handily beat Judge Michael Screnock in Tuesday’s state Supreme Court race, just as Wisconsinites also voted to retain the state treasurer’s office.
A bill named after a late UW-Madison professor intended to streamline research was not considered by the state Senate, even with massive bipartisan support.
Judges Rebecca Dallet and Michael Screnock faced off in their final debate leading up to the state Supreme Court election on April 3.
While students were away on spring break, police responded to three separate downtown fights, one of which involved a local bar manager.
Wisconsin’s pets can now legally be treated for injuries by emergency personnel in rescue situations thanks to a new bill signed into law by Gov. Scott Walker.
After initially challenging a circuit judge’s order to call new special elections, Gov. Scott Walker has complied with the similar ruling of a higher court, and issued an executive order to hold new elections.
On Thursday night, Ali Siddiq performed his first show of five at Madison’s Comedy Club on State.
Republican leaders have announced plans to reconvene the Legislature to pass changes to state election laws after a judge ordered Gov. Scott Walker to hold special elections.
A judge has ordered Gov. Scott Walker to call special elections for two empty seats in the Legislature, siding with voters represented by former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s Democratic advocacy group.
A lot of comedians grow up and experience many things, from hardships to joy. For Ali Siddiq, this was no different. His life is an odyssey which began in the projects of Houston, Texas, where he currently lives in a gated community.
While lawmakers prepare to vote on a series of school safety measures, some student voices fear that their concerns are not a part of the conversation.
The Madison Common Council offered unanimous support Tuesday night for a resolution supporting the office of State Treasurer.
The UW-Madison College Democrats hosted gubernatorial candidate and open government activist Mike McCabe on Tuesday to talk to students about the issues central to his campaign.
After GOP leaders rushed to finalize cross-chamber agreements on a series of legislative priorities, the state Senate voted to shut down Lincoln Hills and approve Walker’s child tax credit plan.
As national politicians and advocacy groups turn their attention to Wisconsin’s Supreme Court race, outside funding may not be as impactful this cycle as many may think.