The Forest County Potawatomi will be able to legally offer event wagering on sports and non-sports events.
As the holder of the second-highest executive office in a state, Barnes claimed to have gotten a good feel of “the vibes” of the Red Gym, adding that he would be “more than happy to come back.”
Gov. Evers announces in-state tuition freeze extension for UW schools during State of the State addressBy Tyler Katzenberger | Feb. 16
Gov. Tony Evers announced new education and mental health spending initiatives during his fourth annual “State of the State” address Tuesday night.
The Wisconsin Senate voted to pass a series of bills Tuesday aimed at protecting those unvaccinated from COVID-19 against workplace requirements.
Darrell Brooks Jr. pleaded not guilty Friday to a total of 77 criminal charges that now include homicide, reckless endangerment and witness intimidation.
The training is designed to help teachers in low-income and urban areas meet the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction guidelines.
SB 792, introduced by Senate Republicans, would allow any UW System student to substitute a required ethnic studies course with a class on the U.S. Constitution.
“It’s not like we have no jobs here in Wisconsin,” said Sen. Johnson at a news conference Saturday.
Sen. Melissa Agard (D-Madison) introduced two new legislative bills Wednesday aimed at curbing violence through prevention.
Four people were shot, including three fatally, following a domestic dispute in an apartment complex in Brown Deer, Wis. Saturday morning.
The 2022 midterm elections are shaping up to be pivotal in deciding the future of politics in Wisconsin.
The organization partnered with state officials to distribute N95 masks to communities free of charge.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that ballot drop boxes will be allowed through the February primaries to avoid voter confusion.
New proposals to increase penalties for protesters, statue teardowns advance in the Wisconsin legislatureBy Ian Wilder | Jan. 28
A series of bills moved through the Wisconsin legislature Tuesday aiming to increase penalties for damaging statues and “unlawful” protests.
‘We’re tired of watching people die’: Healthcare workers combat omicron surge, burnout and staff shortages as pandemic’s third year beginsBy Tyler Katzenberger | Jan. 27
The Omicron variant, which spreads quicker than previous strains, is driving the surge and now accounts for all new cases in the state.
A new bipartisan marijuana proposal was proposed last week, aiming to change penalties for possession of marijuana.
After a divisive case sparking nationwide controversy and debate, Kyle Rittenhouse was found not guilty on all charges, including first-degree intentional homicide and four other charges Friday.
The amount of opioid overdose-related deaths in the state increased almost 10 times since 2000.