During the six-week enrollment period ending Sunday, there were concerns about sagging signup numbers and whether people were buying coverage that would meet their needs.
How long have homemade ornaments adorned the state Captiol's evergreen tree? WPR's WHYsconsin found out a little more about the several decades-old tradition.
In their first debate on Thursday night, the Republican candidates in the 7th Congressional District special election sparred over which of them would be a closer ally of President Donald Trump.
Wisconsin voters' opinions on whether President Donald Trump should be impeached and removed from office didn't budge in the latest poll by Marquette University Law School despite an ongoing impeachment inquiry by the U.S. House of Representatives.
There is concern that minority populations will be undercounted in the 2020 United States census.
Two Republican state lawmakers have introduced a bill that would legalize medical marijuana, saying it's time for Wisconsin to join the majority of the country in giving patients the option.
Pay raises for Wisconsin state employees are scheduled to be voted on next week by a special legislative committee.
The passenger trains the state of Wisconsin ordered more than a decade ago are coming home, if only for a little while.
The Trump administration started imposing tariffs — or increased import taxes — on Chinese goods in 2018. A new round of tariffs is scheduled to go into effect on Dec. 15.
The Wisconsin National Guard will make changes to its handling of sexual assault and harassment allegations following a months-long federal investigation, its leader said Monday.
The leader of the Wisconsin National Guard issued his resignation on Monday as the results of a months-long federal investigation into how the guard handles sexual assault and harassment allegations was made public.
U.S. Rep. Ron Kind called on the U.S. agriculture secretary this week to "provide certainty and support" for farmers as trade negotiations with China appear to stall.
The new head of Wisconsin's flagship economic development agency says the state will do everything it can to make sure its contract with Foxconn is successful. "It has to be a good deal, right?," said WEDC CEO Missy Hughes. "We're in. We're doing it."
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank has asked the UW-Board of Regents to increase the minimum number of Wisconsin students it must enroll to 5,200. To do that, Blank is suggesting counting Minnesota students studying at Madison as part of a tuition reciprocity agreement as in-state enrollments.
Baby changing stations would be required in all newly constructed public and commercial buildings throughout the state if a bill proposed by three male legislators passes
Studies find teens have access to firearms. In Wisconsin, about 5 percent of high school students bring a weapon to school.
Former Gov. Scott Walker Says his Lt. Gov., Rebecca Kleefisch, would be great for the state's top job.
Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul is pressuring a suburban GOP lawmaker to move forward with a bill that would standardize the process for collecting sexual assault kits.