A fire that started in an apartment building on the 2400 block of East Mifflin Street Sunday sent one tenant to the hospital and left thousands of dollars in damages.
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The state granted $4.48 billion to public and private school districts this year, an increase of 2.1 percent from last year’s grant, according to a Thursday press release.
Gubernatorial candidates discussed policy initiatives intended to combat transportation spending Tuesday with the Wisconsin State Journal Editorial Board.
Attorney general Brad Schimel came under fire for his response to a question on interracial marriage during the 1950s, in an Eye on Oshkosh segment early last month.
The voter ID law was called into question Tuesday as advocacy groups filed an emergency appeal on the grounds of racial inequality.
A growing number of state agencies are turning their attention to increasing public awareness of Wisconsin’s voter ID law, recently reinstated by a federal appeals court, after the release of a poll indicating a lack of understanding of the legislation.
Democratic candidate for governor Mary Burke climbed ahead of Gov. Scott Walker in a poll released Tuesday.
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals declined a request by the American Civil Liberties Union Friday to rehear the controversial voter ID case the court decided earlier this month.
Wisconsin’s largest law enforcement union has endorsed candidates from both parties at the top of the ballot in the Nov. 4 general election, according to a statement Tuesday.
Dane County officials rejected the new, government-recommended ballot for November’s election in favor of its traditional counterpart, Dane County Clerk Scott McDonell said Friday.
U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., introduced new legislation to aid college affordability and vocational training enrollment Friday, according to a statement.
President Barack Obama nominated U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., on Friday to represent the United States in the United Nations General Assembly.
Voter turnout in Dane County for Tuesday's primary elections was 21 percent of the voting population, according to the Dane County Clerk's Office. Although this number is relatively high for a primary, the turnout was lower than predicted by government officials.
Over the last two years, Wisconsin smokers saw a dramatic increase in the taxing of tobacco and cigarette. As part of efforts to fill state deficits, Gov. Jim Doyle approved a large amount of legislation over the last five years to increase the price of cigarettes to boost state revenue and promote a healthier Wisconsin.
According to a UW Athletics statement, Diamond Taylor and Jeremy Glover, both freshmen on the UW-Madison men's basketball team, will face suspensions from the team after taking part in an alleged burglary Sunday morning.
This semester has already got me down, and surprisingly it isn't because of the ridiculously cold weather. As I spend my final semester at UW-Madison, I find myself perpetually finishing up my degree requirements. The science requirements bother me somewhat, but I find that I often come away with some applicable knowledge. The foreign language requirements, on the other hand, stick in my craw.
Beginning Thursday, the Wisconsin men's tennis team will battle the top area squads at the six-day Midwest Regional tournament in Minneapolis for a limited number of NCAA nationals' qualifying spots.
Forget your New Year's resolution—it's time to gain a few pounds and burn some cash. Yes, textbook-buying season has arrived. It seems all the professors toiled over winter break to revise old editions (change one sentence) just in time for publishers to give new meaning to inflation.
This is not the way the Wisconsin men's basketball team wanted to head into post season play.
University officials tried to cover up improprieties within the handling of the Paul Barrows case, according to state Rep. Steve Nass, R-Whitewater, who hopes to investigate public UW-Madison misconduct in an Oct. 12 public hearing.