Republican politicians may find it “impossible” to allocate the University of Wisconsin System more taxpayer funds after Jennifer Mnookin’s selection as its flagship university’s chancellor.
Nelson addressed climate change, rising college costs and other youth issues at a roundtable discussion with a half-dozen students on Wednesday.
The criminal complaint reveals that Peters’ death was premeditated.
Two students told the ACLU that racial harassment in Oshkosh schools has been consistent since kindergarten.
A draft majority opinion indicates the Supreme Court will vote to overturn abortion rights. Here’s what that means for Wisconsin.By Ian Wilder | May. 3
"Roe was egregiously wrong from the start," Justice Samuel Alito wrote in the draft decision.
“If you live here and call Wisconsin home, you are a Wisconsinite,” Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes declared to a packed rotunda.
Wisconsinites were asked to drop off their prescription medications at designated drop boxes this past Saturday to prevent drug misuse and water contamination.
As the Wisconsin midterm election approaches, a new poll from Marquette University Law School highlights the closeness of the Democratic Senate race and unchanged wariness surrounding the 2020 election.
A 14-year-old male was arrested Tuesday on charges of first-degree intentional homicide of ten-year-old Iliana Peters.
“No Mow May is just a simple initiative to give our bees and other pollinators a leg up and a healthy start to the growing season,” Del Toro said.
It was the first time the state legislature heard debate on any form of marijuana related legislation.
Evers announced a new office to ensure environmental justice for underserved communities during his Earth Day press conference on Friday.
“Our Clean Energy Plan can help us create good paying jobs that don’t require a college degree and bring talented workers to Wisconsin while saving money, reducing energy costs and building the sustainable future we want for our state,” Evers said.
In the face of one-time restrictions adopted by the Wisconsin Supreme Court, clerks ran last week's election radically differently from one municipality to the next.
Gov. Evers' 'Get Kids Ahead Initiative' grants Wisconsin school districts $15 Million to provide school-based mental health supportBy Alexander Tan | Apr. 12
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.
Olikara hopes to represent a “new way” of doing politics.
"This city for the first time in our 176-year history has elected its first Black mayor. We did it," Johnson said.
A highly pathogenic strain of avian flu originally found amongst domestic birds has been confirmed in Wisconsin for the first time since 2015.
Oshkosh Corp. rebuffed by Foxconn to manufacture postal trucks, will proceed with moving work to South CarolinaBy Zoey Belliveau | Apr. 4
Some U.S. politicians have raised concerns that the move to South Carolina was done to avoid using union labor, and a committee is currently investigating the issue.