Veteran Wisconsin Republican congressman Jim Sensenbrenner says he won't seek another term representing the state's 5th District in the House.
GOP state lawmakers and Democratic Attorney General Josh Kaul have hit another roadblock in a continued standoff over how to handle legal settlements involving the state.
A new Marquette University Law School poll shows President Donald Trump's job approval rating in the key swing state of Wisconsin remains below 50 percent.
State lawmakers have approved funding for a program aimed at supporting Wisconsin farmers’ mental health, more than a month after GOP lawmakers and the Evers administration first clashed over the subject.
Wisconsin Republicans are renewing their attempt to ban the use of aborted fetal tissue in research or any other purpose.
The Assembly Committee on Environment is considering a Republican bill aimed at addressing the hazardous chemicals known as PFAS. The measure, which came up for a public hearing at the Capitol Tuesday, would limit use of foams containing PFAS to emergency firefighting and to testing under DNR-approved conditions.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is expanding efforts to address management of chronic wasting disease as bowhunting season begins this month.
Democratic State Sen. Lena Taylor, of Milwaukee, has announced her bid for Milwaukee mayor.
Three proposals designed to help Wisconsin's struggling farmers pay off college debt, encourage diverse operations and plan for retirement are being circulated in the state Legislature.
The state Department of Natural Resources board is moving toward shortening Wisconsin's ruffed grouse season as the population dwindles.
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele is asking the bus drivers union to set aside their differences so Milwaukee County Transit can find a way to get more money from the state.
A bipartisan bill looking to encourage hemp production in Wisconsin is moving to a vote in the state Senate after passing the chamber's committee on agriculture with unanimous support last week.
Republican state lawmakers hired a private attorney on Thursday in an attempt to end a stalemate with Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul over how to implement a new state law.
Gov. Tony Evers says he hopes to name a new leader for Wisconsin's economic development agency within two weeks.
Gov. Tony Evers says he is waiting for a recommendation from his legal team about when to call a special election for the congressional district being vacated by retiring U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy.
According to memos released by the state Department of Justice, legal action on more than 15 cases that could net Wisconsin millions of dollars is in limbo as a deadlock with Republican lawmakers continues.
Two Republican state legislators are working on a bill that would eliminate Wisconsin's waiting period before divorcees can get married again.
State officials say the state’s latest wolf count is further evidence that Wisconsin’s wolf population might be stabilizing.
A bipartisan proposal at the state Capitol would expand a loan program aimed at getting more teachers from minority communities into Wisconsin classrooms with high percentages of minority students.
Gov. Tony Evers is asking state agencies to expand the scope of addressing perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances known as PFAS in response to growing concerns over their impact on public health.