A bill to ban race-based consideration in Wisconsin college financial aid programs could potentially overhaul accessibility to higher education for minority students.
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Oral arguments began Nov. 21 on a Wisconsin Supreme Court case that alleges Wisconsin’s Republican-drawn legislative maps are illegally gerrymandered and demands a map redrawing prior to the 2024 election.
Protection and stewardship of the land is the Brattset Family Farm philosophy. Nestled in the rolling fields of Jefferson County in southeastern Wisconsin, the 290-acre organic grazing farm is composed of pastures, prairies and a herd of humanely raised beef cattle.
Wisconsin Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu (R-Oostburg) continued his push for a flat 3.25% state income tax in a Senate committee hearing Tuesday.
As Wisconsin heads into budget season flush with $7.1 billion in surplus funds, Republican lawmakers are once again looking to reshuffle and slim down the state’s tax structure.
As Wisconsin approaches Tuesday’s midterm elections with competitive races for Governor and U.S. Senate, Milwaukee’s suburban communities could decide the state’s political balance for years to come.
Democratic incumbent Gov. Tony Evers and Republican challenger Tim Michels made their case to Wisconsinites Friday night in the first and only debate of Wisconsin’s 2022 gubernatorial race.
Gov. Tony Evers announced his latest plan to repeal Wisconsin’s 1849 abortion ban Wednesday, calling the Legislature into a special session to vote on an amendment that would allow Wisconsinites to change state law through referendum.
President Joe Biden announced up to $20,000 in federal student loan forgiveness via executive action last month in his largest effort yet to address the U.S. student debt crisis.
Sen. Ron Johnson faces controversy after saying ‘wokeness,’ critical race theory responsible for school shootings
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) is facing a spate of harsh headlines ahead of his reelection bid this November after making politicizing statements in the wake of the massacre in Uvalde, Texas, in which 19 students and two teachers were killed in May.
Over 1,000 demonstrators gathered in front of the Wisconsin Capitol building Tuesday evening to protest a leaked majority opinion draft from the U.S. Supreme Court that would overturn Roe v. Wade, the 1973 landmark court case that ensured abortion rights.
Attorney General Josh Kaul encouraged Wisconsinites to dispose of unwanted and unused medications through over 135 events across the state Saturday as part of National Drug Take Back Day.
Gov. Tony Evers released the state’s first-ever Clean Energy Plan Tuesday after issuing an executive order that created the state’s Office of Sustainability and Clean Energy (OSCE).
Gov. Evers' 'Get Kids Ahead Initiative' grants Wisconsin school districts $15 Million to provide school-based mental health support
Nearly every school district in Wisconsin, including over 450 local education agencies, will be awarded funds to provide mental healthcare through the governor’s “Get Kids Ahead” initiative.
Gov. Tony Evers awarded more than $86 million in grants Monday through the Diverse Business Assistance and Diverse Business Investment Grant Programs to support small businesses in communities that have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic.
Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman presented his 136-page interim report in a public Assembly Campaigns and Elections Committee hearing Tuesday, arguing for taking a “hard look” at decertifying the presidential election in Wisconsin — an unheard-of act that both Republican leadership and nonpartisan legislature attorneys consider legally impossible.
Russian President Vladimir Putin declared war on Ukraine as Russian tanks poured over the eastern Ukrainian border early Thursday. Explosions from bombings of civilian centers and airports were reported in major cities across Ukraine including the capital Kyiv. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said more than 137 people had died and hundreds more were injured within the first day of the invasion.
A 39-year-old Milwaukee man — Darrell Brooks Jr. — has been accused of killing six people and injuring 62 more by driving an SUV through a suburban Christmas parade last November in Waukesha, Wis. He pleaded not guilty Friday to a total of 77 criminal charges that now include homicide, reckless endangerment and witness intimidation.