The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is challenging an October circuit court decision revoking eight high-capacity well permits.
Supreme Court candidates ramp up campaigning in the final weeks before the February primary.
Rent-to-own companies have pushed for decades to be exempted from Wisconsin's Consumer Act.
A bill in the Wisconsin state Legislature would make it a felony to harm or threaten an attorney, corporation counsel or guardian ad litem during family legal proceedings, including divorces and child custody cases.
The Wisconsin Ethics Commission won't try to re-hire its top administrator after Republican state senators voted to fire him earlier this week.
Gov. Scott Walker says he's "generally optimistic" about a state rule package that would restrict manure spreading in fifteen eastern Wisconsin counties.
Not every low-spending district would qualify for the funding bump, which one school administrator expressed concern about at a public hearing Thursday.
A bi-partisan group of lawmakers has introduced a bill that would allow the cities of Superior and Eau Claire to create a special tax district called an exposition district.
United States Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson is promising to bring more resources to fight poverty and homelessness in rural parts of Wisconsin and the United States.
Gov. Scott Walker delivered his annual State of the State address on Wednesday.
The Wisconsin Elections Commission has voted to retain Michael Hass as its interim administrator. The vote happened a day after the state Senate refused to confirm him for the job.
Gov. Scott Walker is proposing a new $50 million annual investment in rural economic development projects.
A scaled back bill that would help homeowners replace lead drinking water pipes is headed to Gov. Scott Walker's desk.
The state Assembly passed a massive bill Tuesday that makes a number of changes to the state's laws governing landlord-tenant relationships.
President Donald Trump imposed new tariffs on imported components for solar panels and washing machines. But these changes in solar may not have significant impacts on everyday home and business owners.
Gov. Scott Walker is scheduled to deliver the annual State of the State address at 3 p.m. in the state Capitol. Coverage of the governor's speech can be live-streamed on Wisconsin Public Television or listen on Wisconsin Public Radio .
Wisconsin Democrats in the Legislature are looking to maintain net neutrality in the state. A proposed bill would prevent state contractors from blocking web content or offering faster service to websites that pay a premium.
Republicans in the Wisconsin state Senate have voted to fire the state's top ethics and elections administrators because of their connections to the now-defunct Government Accountability Board and its investigation of Gov. Scott Walker.
Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Tim Burns used a Federalist Society debate with challengers Judge Rebecca Dallet and Judge Michael Screnoc Monday night to take aim at the conservative group and President Donald Trump.
The state Senate is scheduled to vote Tuesday on the confirmations of Brian Bell and Michael Haas, the leaders of Wisconsin's ethics and elections commissions.