UW System President Ray Cross announced four finalists in the UW-Green Bay chancellor search Wednesday.
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Republican legislators passed a bill with a $250 million income tax cut, but Gov. Tony Evers seems likely to veto the bill because of a lack of funding for public schools.
Wisconsin is facing a deficit in caregiver positions after a new report revealed 1 in 4 positions in the state’s nursing homes and assisted living facilities are currently open.
‘Academic Freedom in the Age of Trump’ poster causes controversy, censorship concerns at UW-Milwaukee
UW-Milwaukee University Relations rejected a poster for a talk titled “Academic Freedom in the Age of Trump” for its “partisan tone” last week, according to professors sponsoring the event.
Madison voter turnout in Wisconsin’s Spring Primary was up 4.5 percent from last year’s February election as voters cast their ballots Tuesday for the State Supreme Court and Madison School Board.
The State Assembly passed a bipartisan, 13-bill plan to address Wisconsin’s water quality crisis on Feb. 18 to ensure that Wisconsin has money specifically saved to provide clean and safe water.
A law firm representing a UW-River Falls student is threatening to sue the university for limiting students’ rights to free speech.
The race for the Wisconsin State Supreme Court seat narrowed to two choices as Wisconsinites cast their votes during the first spring primary election of the calendar.
National Weather Service officials said conditions along the upper Mississippi River likely mean a higher risk of spring flooding in Wisconsin communities like La Crosse.
In Wisconsin’s spring primary election, three candidates are vying for a Wisconsin Supreme Court seat which will go a long way in deciding the political leaning of the Court.
Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway joined other city officials and community organizers at Madison College Monday to pledge support for an accurate count in the upcoming U.S. Census.
UW System students at eight campuses will have the opportunity to complete an online master’s degree in cybersecurity beginning fall 2020, pending approval from the Higher Learning Commission.
A former UW-Madison football player has been arrested in connection to a double homicide that occurred in Janesville, Wisconsin last Monday.
After five female employees resigned under the leadership of UW-Eau Claire Vice Chancellor of Enrollment Management Albert Colom, the sixth woman’s resignation and formal complaint prompted an investigation of gender-based discrimination.
UW System students’ next classes may take place in buildings named for corporations, if universities utilize a new naming rights policy change approved by the Board of Regents Friday.
Austin Carl, the founder of Canopy, continues to have problems getting his proposed establishment up and running at 924 Williamson Street, the former site of Plan B and Prism nightclubs.
The City Clerk’s Office of Madison has issued 7,562 absentee ballots for Tuesday’s primary election, surpassing last February’s record of 7,438 absentee ballots.
Despite proposals to revitalize the agricultural industry from both sides of the aisle, the political organization Our Wisconsin Revolution expressed frustration at legislation they view as “largely symbolic” to help rural communities.
Amid reports the Trump administration is in negotiations with Laos regarding the deportation of certain Hmong and Lao residents from the U.S., Hmong communities in Wisconsin are pushing back.
Activists and experts speak against a potential base for F-35 jets located in Madison in a public forum, highlighting growing amounts of pollution and environmental injustice.