Protesters from the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin converged on the Capitol Wednesday in a last-ditch attempt to convince Gov. Scott Walker to reconsider construction of a proposed casino in Kenosha.
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When most students think of presidents and UW-Madison their thoughts drift to one of the more famous sites on campus: the stately statue of Abraham Lincoln perched atop Bascom Hill. This underscores the rich history of presidential visits to the city of Madison and the UW-Madison campus.
Gov. Scott Walker’s policies continued to divide both parties on an otherwise straightforward day for the state Assembly.
Gov. Scott Walker became the first contender for the 2016 Republican presidential nominee to open office space in Iowa on Tuesday.
The Wisconsin Department of Justice asked the U.S Supreme Court Monday to refrain from taking up a challenge to the state’s voter ID law.
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank made an impassioned address at a University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents meeting Thursday, deeming proposed budget cuts initiated by Gov. Scott Walker to be "too big" for the state's flagship university to handle.
Dane County lawmakers rebuked many of Gov. Scott Walker’s economic policies Monday in advance of his budget address Tuesday night.
Wisconsin suffered the nation’s largest funding decline in per-pupil education, according to a U.S. Department of Education report released Thursday.
Lawmakers from both the state Senate and Assembly convened Wednesday to discuss stricter Environmental Protection Agency regulations designed to lower carbon dioxide emissions from power plants.
State Democratic leadership criticized Gov. Scott Walker Monday, accusing him of “kicking the can down the road” by ignoring the state’s budget deficit while he explores a potential 2016 presidential run.
"Hands up, don’t shoot!”
A UW System Board of Regents committee approved funds for three UW-Madison campus projects Thursday.
Racial disparities nationwide have come into focus following the grand jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri not to charge the police officer who killed 18-year-old Michael Brown. That heightened awareness has also exposed racial disparities in Madison, which in some ways exceed those in Ferguson.
12-3-14 UPDATE: Sen. Joe Leibham is scheduled to become a public affairs director for Foley & Lardner LLP in Madison Dec. 8 and assume management of the firm’s Wisconsin government relations practice Jan. 1, according to a firm press release.
Protesters rallied in Madison and around the state Tuesday demanding reforms to the Dane County’s criminal justice system following a grand jury's decision not to indict the officer who shot 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri in August.
Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch discussed improving conditions for female business owners statewide during a roundtable discussion with a group of female entrepreneurs Wednesday.
The number of undocumented workers in Wisconsin has stayed relatively stable since 2007, according to a study conducted by the Pew Hispanic Center.
No. 4 Wisconsin (14-1 Big Ten, 23-2 overall) dispatched pesky Michigan (6-9, 11-14) in three sets Wednesday at the UW Fieldhouse by the scores of 25-19, 26-24 and 25-18.
State Superintendent Tony Evers submitted the first part of a proposed budget for the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Monday. The budget asks for roughly $13 billion to run the state’s public education system.
While the notion of biking hundreds of miles, even for a good cause, may faze even the most dedicated athlete, the seniors in Sigma Phi Epsilon do this every year. The motive? To raise money for the American Family Children’s Hospital.