As addiction struggles sweep the region, lawmakers consider expanding veteran mental health services statewide in light of controversies surrounding opioid prescription practices.
Following what many hailed as a turbulent 23rd session of ASM, representatives in the 24th session identified feelings of distrust, ineffectiveness and discomfort among its members.
After 42 years of being ranked among the top five research universities in the country, UW-Madison remained at number six after dropping out of the top five last fall.
The minimum wage in Wisconsin would be raised to $15 from the standard $7.25 in an effort to support middle-class families, under a bill introduced by two Democratic lawmakers Friday. Along with the $15 increase over a five-year period, the bill includes requirements for the minimum wage to be annually indexed to inflation after the fire-year period.
Over half of the food found in the university’s dining halls can be categorized as “local.” But the administrators in charge of dining are looking to make that percentage even higher.
Nurses in Wisconsin may need less training to become certified, should a Republican-backed bill pass the state Senate and earn the governor’s signature.
A state Senate committee heard public testimony Thursday on three bills that would make rioting a felony and prohibit certain actions.
Two UW-Madison student organizations representing marginalized communities are suing the Student Services Finance Committee after they were denied eligibility for General Student Services Funding.
A national conservative group recently launched a $1.4 million ad campaign in Wisconsin against Democratic U.S.
A $15.6 million grant from the National Science Foundation was recently awarded to a flagship UW-Madison interdisciplinary research center focused on material science.