Gov. Scott Walker is widely expected to announce his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination this summer after the state Legislature passes its biennial budget.
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Playing host to so many political protests in recent years, the Capitol rotunda saw another June 11, as a coalition of activist groups known as Another Budget is Possible rallied against Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed biennial budget.
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Scott Walker announced the details of a proposed arena deal for the Milwaukee Bucks in a Thursday press conference.
Gov. Scott Walker revealed details of a deal made with the Milwaukee Bucks and local officials to fund a new arena for the team in a Thursday press conference with team executives and Milwaukee area leaders.
Budget analyst Nathan Schwanz authored a second response to questions about the removal of the Wisconsin Idea in Walker's initial state budget proposal, standing by the action rather than calling it a "drafting error."
Gov. Scott Walker’s administration prepared two responses when the public learned his initial budget proposal removed the Wisconsin Idea from the state budget in February, including one to defend its removal, according to emails obtained Friday via an open records request.
Republican leaders of the state’s budget committee said Tuesday Gov. Scott Walker’s proposal to shift the UW System to a public authority model is dead, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.
Frank Kaminsky swept every major player of the year award this season.
The State Street area is plagued with multiple issues that have confounded Mayor Soglin.
As the school year comes to a close, members of our Editorial Board sound off in a series of blurbs on issues in which they’d like to see progress.
Here are the biggest stories of the 2015 spring semester from UW-Madison, the city and the state at large.
Although Forever Yogurt and Smokes on State recently joined Cosi and Diego’s Mexican Bistro on a growing list of State Street venues that have closed, the rate of closures on State Street is nothing new, according to Ald. Mike Verveer, District 4.
Gov. Scott Walker signed a bill into law Friday to provide statewide regulations for rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft, according to a statement released late Friday night.
All Minds Matter led its first march Friday night when several dozen protesters gathered and marched to the Capitol to protest for equal education and bridging Madison’s educational disparities.
An Assembly committee heard public testimony Thursday on two bills that would require drug testing for public benefit recipients and another that would restrict what foods food stamp recipients can purchase.
A small group of community members, many of them homeless, met at the top of State Street and marched to the City-County Building Thursday, asking city and county leaders to address the root causes of homelessness, sooner rather than later.
Two state legislators sent a letter to Attorney General Brad Schimel Monday on behalf of several local contractors raising questions about a lack of issued payments for the construction of student housing at UW-Baraboo/Sauk County and UW-Marshfield/Wood County.
A new bill introduced in the Wisconsin State Assembly Tuesday could impose mandatory minimum sentences for violent felons caught in possession of a firearm.