Police officers and firefighters are calling on the Legislature to address Wisconsin's road funding needs, saying poor road conditions are putting public safety at risk.
Scientists reviewing the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's proposal to remove gray wolves in the lower 48 states from the endangered species list have cited numerous concerns.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers won't rule out the possibility of paying for roads without a gas tax increase as he proposed.
Gov. Tony Evers announced a new partnership Monday between his administration and groups working to get people health insurance.
As Wisconsin prepares to shut down troubled youth prisons Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake in Irma, other counties have considered — and reconsidered — building their own regional facilities to fill the void.
Wisconsin Democrats have chosen former national party activist Ben Wikler as their new state party chair.
Wisconsin Democrats used their annual convention in Milwaukee on Saturday to do a victory lap after a strong showing in 2018’s statewide elections.
One of Wisconsin's Democratic congressmen stopped short of calling for impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump in the wake of new public comments by former special counsel Robert Mueller.
U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., said on Friday that he would support President Donald Trump's 5-percent tariff on all goods imported from Mexico if the president uses the measure as a negotiating tool to secure the border.
The state Legislature's top Republicans say they'll scrap Democratic Gov. Tony Evers' budget proposal to raise the gas tax to help pay for roads.
Incumbent Justice Daniel Kelly announces he will seek a full 10-year term on the Supreme Court, joining liberal candidates Dane County Judge Jill Karofsky and Marquette University Law Professor Ed Fallone.
Upcoming meetings in Wausau, Fitchburg and Spooner will give the public a chance to comment on a 110-page draft of the state Department of Natural Resources' Inland Trout Management Plan , which provides management direction for brook, brown, rainbow and lake trout in inland lakes, ponds and more than 13,000 miles of trout streams.
Gov. Tony Evers said he's hopes he can convince GOP lawmakers to spend more money on the University of Wisconsin System before the state budget process is over.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers and representatives from Wisconsin’s burgeoning hemp industry are pushing for updated regulations for the crop in Wisconsin.
Last week, President Donald Trump unveiled a $16 billion plan to lift up farmers affected by the trade war with China, the second round of aid payments to farmers squeezed by retaliatory tariffs.
The Trump administration announced it will close a job training center in Laona that helps disadvantaged youth find work in a trade. The closure would be "devastating to the state of Wisconsin," said one critic.
Freshman Republican Congressman Bryan Steil introduced his first bill Tuesday looking to curb human trafficking.
Some state Democrats are resurrecting a proposal that would require tax bills to disclose how much is being diverted to voucher schools across the state.
A proposal at the state Capitol would allow Wisconsin's growing number of early voters to use voting machines before Election Day.
Republican state lawmakers on Tuesday rejected Gov. Tony Evers' proposed $130 million funding increase for the University of Wisconsin System, a move system leadership likened to a kick in the shins.