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.
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As the opioid crisis puts an increased strain on Wisconsin’s foster care system, Gov. Scott Walker signed a package of bills into law to increase support for children in the program.
Gov. Scott Walker signed legislation Tuesday prohibiting state health insurance plans’ coverage of abortions, handing state employees an uphill battle in terms of accessing the service.
After a contentious and bitter race, Milwaukee County Judge Rebecca Dallet defeated Judge Michael Screnock of Sauk County in Tuesday’s state Supreme Court election by a wide margin.
Despite bipartisan support and unanimous passage in the Assembly, a bill that would make it easier for university research projects to be funded and commercialized was not taken up by the state Senate, effectively killing the proposal.
As voters prepare to cast ballots in Tuesday’s state Supreme Court election, Milwaukee County Judge Rebecca Dallet and Sauk County Judge Michael Screnock faced off in a debate for the last time, yet again charging each other with partisanship unfit for the state bench.
While students were away on spring break, police responded to three separate downtown fights, one of which involved a local bar manager.
First responders will be able to rescue and treat pets more quickly in emergency situations after Gov. Scott Walker signed into law a new bill last week.
After three separate judicial orders to call special elections to fill two vacant legislative seats, Gov. Scott Walker has complied with the rulings 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.
After a judge ordered Gov. Scott Walker to hold special elections to fill two vacant legislative seats, GOP leaders announced plans for an “extraordinary” session to change the state’s special elections laws.
A Dane County judge ordered Gov. Scott Walker to call special elections to fill two vacancies in the Legislature after the governor had previously refused to do so.
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.
As the state Assembly is slated to meet in an extraordinary session on Thursday to take up school safety legislation, some students are demanding far more than what lawmakers are willing to provide.
The Madison Common Council offered unanimous support Tuesday night for a resolution supporting the office of State Treasurer.
In a continuation of their Coffee with Candidates event series, the UW-Madison College Democrats hosted Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mike McCabe at Coffee Bytes on Tuesday.
Despite a rocky start to negotiations, Republican leaders have reached a compromise on a series of central policy priorities during the state Senate’s final day of session activity.
As the state Supreme Court race between Milwaukee County Judge Rebecca Dallet and Sauk County Judge Michael Screnock nears its final stages, national attention and dollars are flowing into both campaigns.
All eyes are on the GOP-controlled state Legislature, as Tuesday will be the final day of session activity for lawmakers to vote on several crucial priorities on Gov. Scott Walker’s agenda.
An April 3 referendum set to be be voted on by Wisconsinites statewide regarding the elimination of the office of the state treasurer has drawn ire from the Madison Common Council.