Elected officials in Wisconsin’s statewide offices could face term limits within five years under a bill proposed in the state Assembly that is currently circulating for co-sponsors.
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Wisconsin Republicans prefer neurosurgeon Ben Carson over his presidential opponents according to statewide poll results released Thursday, while their dissatisfaction with Gov. Scott Walker has remained stagnant since September.
Four Madison lawmakers announced Wednesday their bill to ban any possession or transfer of semiautomatic rifles in the state.
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.
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.
In January two Madison residents suddenly became the victims of an armed burglar who they knew they could never report to police for fear of their own arrest.
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.
State Democrats introduced a law repealed by Republicans three years ago that they say would allow the state to enforce laws preventing pay discrimination on the basis of sex.
The Madison Police Department released hundreds of pages of police procedures and records Friday in response to open records requests made after Officer Matt Kenny fatally shot 19-year-old Tony Robinson.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused to take up a case Monday that alleged Wisconsin's 2011 law requiring an ID to vote is unconstitutional. The decision will allow the law to go into effect for future elections.
UW-Madison police found no danger inside Memorial Union early Friday morning after shutting down the surrounding area for several hours due to a bomb threat.
County supervisor accuses Madison police chief of 'bullying' elected officials over Tony Robinson responses
Dane County Supervisor Leland Pan responded Thursday to Madison Police Chief Mike Koval’s comments that he acted irresponsibly by allowing protesters to enter the City-County Building hours after 19-year-old Tony Robinson was shot by one of Koval’s officers March 6.
A bill that would add switchblades to the list of weapons allowed under Wisconsin’s concealed carry law is circulating through the offices of the state Assembly, the latest in a series of weapons-related bills legislators expect to debate this session.
The fatal shooting of Tony Robinson on Williamson Street Friday night will be investigated by an external agency, rather than the Madison Police Department, as per a state law approved last year.
After a Madison Police Department officer shot teenager Tony Robinson in an apartment on the 1100 block of Williamson Street Friday evening, a crowd of nearly 150 gathered at the scene to protest what they said was another example of racial injustice.
Gov. Scott Walker vowed to sign legislation prohibiting abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy if such a bill passes through the state Legislature, according to an open letter sent to The Weekly Standard Tuesday.
Gov. Scott Walker and UW System officials came briefly under fire Friday after a nonpartisan analysis of Walker’s recent budget proposal showed it deletes one of the reporting methods for sexual assaults on UW campuses required under current state law.
The state Senate approved the fast-tracked right-to-work bill introduced by Republicans at the beginning of the week in an extraordinary session of the state Legislature.
Gov. Scott Walker put major changes to Wisconsin’s education system on the table Tuesday as he introduced his proposal for the state budget to the state Legislature.
On the eve of Gov. Scott Walker’s long-awaited budget proposal, including $300 million in cuts to the UW System, student and faculty organizations around the state are planning their reaction to the expected hit.