The candidates shared their views on leading issues and offered solutions they believe would improve Wisconsinites’ lives.
Senate President Chris Kapenga (R-Delafield) and Assembly speaker pro tempore Tyler August (R-Lake Geneva) each opened and closed their respective sessions in seconds, even as August was met with shouts of “no” and “coward” from multiple representatives on the floor.
New monkeypox data from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services found people of color had lower vaccination rates despite bearing an outsized share of Wisconsin’s case burden.
The governor’s announcement gives statewide domestic violence intervention and homelessness shelter programs a much-needed pandemic recovery boost.
Lisa Boyce recalls the moment she found out Roe v. Wade was overturned and shares other ways Planned Parenthood is providing reproductive care in the wake of Wisconsin’s near-total abortion ban.
Gov. Evers supports school funding, abortion rights, legal marijuana in speech to UW-Madison studentsBy Sydney Steidl | Sep. 30, 2022
The Democratic governor delivered a speech Tuesday evening to a small group of UW-Madison students gathered in Colectivo Coffee on State Street.
Wisconsin GOP gubenatorial candidate Tim Michels’ new position is a sharp reversal from decades of support for abortion laws without exceptions for rape and incest.
A new study shows an expected decline in the state’s workforce as baby boomers retire and young people leave for larger metro areas and warmer climates.
Tuesday’s announcement nearly triples Evers’ original $12 million investment in emergency medical service providers scrambling to recover from the pandemic.
“The will of the people is the law of the land,” Gov. Tony Evers said Wednesday as he announced his newest plan to overturn Wisconsin’s 1849 abortion ban.
Enjoy the changing leaves and the last moments of beautiful weather with a road trip to one of these stunning Wisconsin state parks.
Both Gov. Tony Evers and a UW-Madison professor say suspending parole reviews is currently illegal in Wisconsin.
The new bill mandates an independent sexual assault prevention advocate at any higher education institute receiving federal funding.
Both the Senate and governor’s races are within a 3-point margin as Wisconsin’s Nov. 8 elections draw near.
Current students are eligible for up to $20,000 in loan forgiveness, but whether or not you qualify depends on your income, tax status and loan type.
Sen. Tammy Baldwin reintroduced the Go Pack Go Act last week to ensure Wisconsinites in out-of-state television markets can root for the green and gold during every football Sunday.
The plan would use Wisconsin’s $5 billion budget surplus to expand free school lunches and mental health resources, improve literacy outcomes and alleviate staffing shortages — all without raising property taxes.