The Wisconsin Supreme Court has agreed to take a case from a conservative advocacy group challenging Gov. Tony Evers' veto powers.
Wisconsin elections officials and security experts met Wednesday for the first gathering of a new council aimed at improving the security of Wisconsin elections.
The daughter of one of the Legislature's most powerful lawmakers is facing new drug charges from prison where she is awaiting trial on charges she supplied drugs that killed a pregnant woman
Senate Minority Leader Jennifer Shilling says she hopes to get bipartisan support for her bill to include Hmong veterans in state benefit programs.
A conservative advocacy group has filed a legal complaint against Wisconsin’s elections agency, contending the agency is breaking a state law about maintaining voter rolls.
Republican Kevin Nicholson is passing on a chance to run for Congress next year and instead is laying the groundwork for a statewide run for either governor or U.S. Senate in 2022.
Conservative leaning organizations Charles Koch Institute and Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty oppose a UW Board of Regents proposal to create mandatory suspension and expulsion penalties for students who disrupt campus speakers or the free speech rights of fellow students.
The 2020 convention will mark the first Democratic National Convention to be hosted in a Midwest city, outside of Chicago, in the past 100 years. Liz Gilbert, president of the Milwaukee 2020 Host Committee, said the event will provide an opportunity for the region to showcase its economy and cultural settings.
Wisconsin U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan says he expects the U.S. House of Representatives to vote on impeaching President Donald Trump by the end of the year.
A Wausau elected official wants to be the first Native American congressional candidate from Wisconsin in nearly three decades — and the state’s first-ever Native American congresswoman.
Two new pieces of legislation being considered at the state Capitol would fully fund and expand kindergarten for Wisconsin's 4-year-old students.
State agriculture officials confirm some testing delays, but say alternative processing isn't an option under state and federal laws.
The University of Wisconsins System Board of Regents has approved moving proposed rules forward that would mandate suspension or expulsion of students found to be disrupting the free speech rights of campus speakers or other students on two or more occasions.
The UW Board of Regents approved the scope of proposed new rules aimed at punishing students who disrupt free speech on campus. But just after the vote was taken a spokeswoman for Gov. Tony Evers said he continues to oppose the rules.
Gov. Tony Evers signed an executive order establishing Indigenous Peoples Day on the same day as Columbus Day, but some indigenous people in Wisconsin were already planning their own celebrations.
University of Wisconsin System campuses have seen a 132 percent increase in fund balances tied to donations since 2013. The growth in donations has pushed the UW's overall program revenue balances up slightly even though campuses have cut tuition balances by more than $306 million after some state lawmakers referred to them as a "slush fund".
The EPA has't overhauled its rules about lead and copper in drinking water since they were put in place in 1991. Now, activists say the changes won't solve the problem for good.
Wisconsinites buying their own health insurance will have more options next year and average premiums are expected to go down for the second year after spiking in previous years.
Republican state Rep. Adam Neylon says he won't challenge Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald for an open congressional seat next year.
A Wisconsin-based spice company spent more than $100,000 in the first week of October on a social media advertisement supporting the impeachment of President Donald Trump.