Darrell Brooks was found guilty of all 76 charges levied against him Wednesday after he drove an SUV through a Waukesha Christmas parade last November, killing six and injuring 61.
Ian Wilder is a current features writer and former state politics reporter for The Daily Cardinal. Follow him on Twitter at @IanWWilder.
A crowd of about 250 people gathered outside Memorial Union Monday night to protest the Matt Walsh event hosted at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, demonstrating support of transgender rights.
Most recently, multiple students took to Twitter questioning why there was no WiscAlert issued after the June 14 State Street assaults on three individuals.
"On weeks where I work weekends [which is every other week], I’m averaging around 25 hours a week … When I was interviewed for the position, I was told I’d be working a maximum of 17”
Amid spotlight on secretary of state races, Doug La Follette talks election security, other midterms issuesBy Ian Wilder | Sep. 8
With secretary of state elections taking center stage thanks to former President Donald Trump’s unfounded claims of voter fraud during the 2020 elections, the once-sleepy state race is hotly contested this fall.
With performances like this, you better not throw away your shot to be in the room where it happens.
Tim Michels won the Republican gubernatorial primary, Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes secured the Democratic Senate nomination and Assembly Speaker Robin Vos barely avoided embarrassment in Tuesday’s statewide primary.
Trump holds Waukesha rally for Tim Michels ahead of Aug. 9 Republican gubernatorial primary electionBy Ian Wilder | Aug. 9
Former Pres. Trump spoke for almost two hours in Waukesha Friday evening ahead of Tuesday's primary election, offering support for Michels and other candidates in key Wisconsin races.
City leaders and Republicans praised the decision as a boon to Milwaukee businesses in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch and Tim Michels are separated by a percentage point in the polls ahead of Tuesday’s primary election.