Appointed by Gov. Scott Walker in 2016, Justice Daniel Kelly is now running for a full 10-year term on the State Supreme Court. His interview will be the first of three interviews with primary state Supreme Court candidates.
Illinois began selling legal recreational marijuana Wednesday and plenty of Wisconsin residents have been making the trip across the border to partake.
Conservatives are asking a judge to find the Wisconsin Elections Commission in contempt for not immediately purging more than 200,000 voters from the rolls.
President Donald Trump will hold a campaign rally in Wisconsin next month, countering a Democratic presidential debate set for the same night in Iowa.
The Wisconsin Elections Commission deadlocked again Monday on what to do next after a circuit court judge ordered the state to purge more than 200,000 names from Wisconsin's voter registration list.
Volunteer firefighters and emergency medical technicians would get housing help under a new bipartisan proposal championed by U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin.
A group of African American legislators from Milwaukee are proposing a package of legislation they say will help make Wisconsin a more equitable state.
Wisconsin farmers hope a trade deal with China announced this month by President Donald Trump will mean increased exports in 2020. But until details are released, some are withholding judgment.
The top Democrat in the state Senate says state funding for homelessness programs, a proposal to close the so-called "dark store loophole" and confirming more of the governor's Cabinet members are top priorities for 2020.
Hemp, which was illegal to grow in Wisconsin until 2017, is now grown for products ranging from rope to shampoo to CBD oil.
A rarely enforced city ordinance in Wausau makes it illegal to throw a snowball on public land. City leaders are considering a change after the rule got some unwelcome media attention.
A conservative law firm has asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court to weigh in on a dispute about whether more than 200,000 people should be removed from state voter rolls.
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett and the city's Elections Commission criticized an effort to remove voter registrations for Wisconsin residents who are thought to have moved.
The leader of the state Senate says a new property tax cut is in the works at the state Capitol.
UW Journalism Professor Mike Wagner explains the significance of the historic impeachment of President Donald Trump. He also gives an analysis of the latest Democratic Debate, including a discussion of who may have won the debate and who is likely to take the Democratic nomination in April.
State Elections Commission Administrator Meagan Wolfe discusses the voter purge lawsuit and appeal that came quickly following a ruling by an Ozaukee County Circuit Court. The ruling ordered the deactivation of over 200,000 registered Wisconsin voters flagged as having changed their address.
Democratic Gov. Tony Evers isn't weighing in on the decision to impeach President Donald Trump. "It's impossible for me to say," Evers said. "I'm a state politician. I'm a governor."
Assembly Democratic leaders are calling on Rep. Staush Gruszynski to resign.
U.S. Rep. Ron Kind said his vote in favor of impeaching President Donald Trump was about "defending the rule of law." But some voters in the 3rd Congressional District said on Thursday that they worry it sets the bar too low for impeachment.
Democratic Gov. Tony Evers said Thursday he thinks the state of Wisconsin and Foxconn will renegotiate their contract because the company is no longer building the product they promised when they agreed to the deal.