Foxconn Technology Group is going to house its North American headquarters in downtown Milwaukee, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The newspaper reported the purchase Monday, the same day news came out that Gov. Scott Walker is planning to join Foxconn officials in Milwaukee to announce an investment the company is making in the city.
Foxconn Technology Group is going to house its North American headquarters in downtown Milwaukee. The Taiwan-based electronics manufacturing giant made the announcement Tuesday.
All three Wisconsin Supreme Court candidates took part in a forum Monday afternoon at the Milwaukee Bar Association. The discussion ranged from politics to the court, but two of the candidates focused on a campaign ad that criticizes President Donald Trump.
Under the bill, businesses that have to comply with the federal Family and Medical Leave Act would no longer have to follow state rules on employee leave.
Former Wisconsin Gov. Tommy Thompson and Gov. Scott Walker toured Wisconsin on Friday to tout 10 welfare overhaul bills before the Legislature.
The state legislature's January 2018 Special Session kicked off this week with the public hearing of a slate of bills aimed at changing public assistance policy in Wisconsin. Here and Now takes a look at arguments from Democrats, and the Republican authors of the bills.
Former members of the now-dissolved Government Accountability Board are defending the work they did in the face of an investigation by Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel.
Three candidates are competing for Wisconsin's open Supreme Court seat, and will face off in a primary election on February 20th to narrow the field to two. Michael Screnock, a Sauk County circuit judge, is one of those candidates. He joins us for a candidate interview, and makes the case that he's the best pick for the seat.
Three candidates are competing for Wisconsin's open Supreme Court seat, and will face off in a primary election on February 20th to narrow the field to two. Rebecca Dallet, a Milwaukee County circuit judge, is one of those candidates. She joins us for a candidate interview.
Three candidates are competing for Wisconsin's open Supreme Court seat, and will face off in a primary election on February 20th to narrow the field to two. Madison-based attorney Tim Burns is one of those candidates, and joins us to talk about his candidacy, experience, and vision for the position.
President Donald Trump called on Congress to produce a bill that generates $1.5 trillion to fund infrastructure projects during Tuesday’s State of the Union address. Gov. Scott Walker signaled Thursday that he’d be willing to raise revenues to access federal support.
Gov. Scott Walker said Thursday he hasn’t considered removing Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm from office, despite a call from the chair of the state Ethics Commission to do so.
Paul Ryan's 2016 primary challenger tweeted a list of his Twitter critics on Tuesday, saying 74 of 81 were Jewish. His campaign has also posted the names and contact information of people who contacted the operation to complain.
The Wisconsin Elections Commission still won't hire a new interim administrator to lead the agency despite a warning from the Senate's top Republican that the Legislature could soon make the choice for them. Their decision leaves Mike Haas at the helm of the agency over the protest of GOP senators, who voted along party lines to reject his confirmation last week.
A number of social service advocates argued Wednesday the bills would harm low-income people by increasing barriers to support programs.
Environmentalists start to filter through Foxconn's request for lots of Lake Michigan water.
Nicholson is a Republican candidate for one of Wisconsin's U.S. Senate seats, but he was a Democratic activist until the early 2000s.
Gov. Scott Walker addressed doctors Tuesday at the Wisconsin Medical Society's annual lobbying "Doctor Day" in Madison. During the event he talked about protecting people with pre-existing conditions and controlling premiums for those who don’t get insurance through work.
A decades-old state law bars car manufacturers like Tesla from selling directly to consumers — a new proposal in the Capitol would change that.