Assembly Republicans proposed a bill Wednesday that would split the board that regulates Wisconsin’s elections into two separate agencies.
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A bill that would streamline and reform many aspects of the state’s civil service system was given its first public hearing in the Senate Tuesday, drawing the ire of the state’s public sector unions.The proposal, authored by state Sen.
Music scenes are fickle things. Artists in New York or Los Angeles will constantly create new music that zooms through the general population like fashion trends. If it’s already been done, it’s not worth talking about. Metropolitan areas with more than a million people have so much creative manpower crammed into such a small area that, by sheer luck, the right people can come together and make a sound the world has never heard before.
Madison police arrested a 43-year-old homeless man for attempted sexual assault early Saturday morning.
Representatives from 12 Pacific Rim countries finalized one of the most sweeping trade deals in decades Monday, drawing statements of support and criticism from Wisconsin’s congressional delegation.
Marty Beil, the face of 2011’s fight against Gov. Scott Walker’s controversial “budget repair bill,” died in his home Thursday at the age of 68.
State Sen. Van Wanggarrd, R-Racine, authored a bill to put restrictions on owning certain exotic animals.
A Senate committee heard testimony on three bills Thursday, including one measure that would extend the statute of limitations for most types of sexual assault.
Since his withdrawal from the 2016 presidential race, Gov. Scott Walker has seen a decline in his approval throughout Wisconsin.
The Orpheum Theatre opened in 1927 as a movie theater and has gone through many operational changes since then.
One week after abandoning his presidential aspirations, Gov. Scott Walker's approval rating has fallen to 37 percent in Wisconsin, according to the most recent Marquette University Law School poll released Wednesday.
Lovers of deer-shaped lawn ornaments can rejoice as the state Department of Natural Resources announced Tuesday that a letter urging the removal of such ornaments was a hoax.
A Madison legislator announced multiple bills Tuesday to crack down on hunting in state parks, drawing the ire of at least one Republican who called the proposal unnecessary.
U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., joined three other members of Congress Tuesday in a letter questioning the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ policies regarding the sale of fetal tissue.
Two of three judges running for the Wisconsin state Supreme Court signaled Tuesday that they will not seek an interim appointment from Gov. Scott Walker to finish out Justice N. Patrick Crooks’ term following his sudden passing earlier this month.
Steep & Brew opened in 1979, and moved to its State Street location in 1983, where it served customers for more than 30 years.
Disappointment tends to hang heavier after having high hopes for something or someone. I write not of ungrounded expectations, rather of expectations that are based on past experiences. Unfortunately, The Icon, a tapas bar located directly across from the Overture Center on State Street, is the subject of my disappointment.
Sophomore forward Annie Pankowski, a Laguna Hills, Calif. native, will return to southern California with UW Friday.
The well-known coffee shop Steep & Brew closed its flagship State Street location Tuesday after more than 30 years of business in downtown Madison.