Gov. Tony Evers officially unveiled his $8.6 million package of eight bills aiming to bolster farmers and rural communities a day after he announced the effort in his State of the State speech.
Ladj Ly’s explosive debut film is a lacerating look at a country at war with itself, with France’s immigrant poor invariably at the losing end.
It’s the second incident in which a student was found with a dangerous weapon on a Madison high school campus this week. On Tuesday, West High School staff and that school’s SRO found a loaded handgun in a student's backpack.
The bill marks lawmakers’ second attempt to create mandatory punishments for free speech violations on Wisconsin campuses.
The new figure is based on projections from the nonpartisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau.
The books were written for kindergarten and first-grade students to learn more about the Ho-Chunk, the native people who lived in Wisconsin before European settlers arrived.
The Wisconsin Legislature needs to pass a clean "safe harbor" bill in 2020.
Wisconsin should seize its competitive advantages to become a clean energy economy leader.
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John Jesensky leads “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” in concert with the Madison Symphony Orchestra on Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 in Overture Hall.
While Rep. Melissa Sargent is the only announced candidate so far, Rep. Jimmy Anderson, former gubernatorial candidate Kelda Roys and Madison Ald. Samba Baldeh told the Cap Times they're considering bids.
The state Supreme Court primary is Feb. 18 and the presidential primary is April 7.
Gov. Tony Evers in his second State of the State speech Wednesday night announced a slate of measures to address the state's farming crisis and form a new nonpartisan redistricting commission.
Critics have slammed the latest developments as “opposition research."
Donald Trump is delivering the results that Wisconsinites want, while the Democrats vying to run against him are obsessing over issues that don’t matter to ordinary Americans.
Jemison has been inducted into both the National Women’s Hall of Fame and the International Space Hall of Fame.
Bernie Sanders said he objects to the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement because it does not even mention climate change and it will result in the loss of thousands of good-paying jobs due to outsourcing.
It’s not every day that you find Republicans like André Jacque and Janel Brandtjen on the same side of a reproductive health issue with Democrats like Chris and Lena Taylor.
The industry has succeeded in essentially brainwashing an entire country into believing that there is no better way to provide for the people's health, even though there are dozens of examples throughout the civilized world that prove otherwise.
In December, the Cap Times Classic Movie Chat warmed the cockles of your heart with the uplifting classic “It’s A Wonderful Life.” For January, we’re going in a different direction. To put it mildly.
This week on the Corner Table, Lindsay and Chris talk with food photographer Sunny Frantz about the photography trends she's watching, how anyone can take better food shots and why you might not want to eat the food shown in some of the most drool-worthy photos.
Cap Times State Government Reporter Briana Reilly explains why Assembly Speaker Robin Vos's move to step up oversight of state agencies has sparked criticism, and what the move might tell us about the state of transparency in Wisconsin government.
On the latest episode of Cap Times Talks, we bring together key experts on housing in Madison to discuss how gentrification is transforming Madison’s neighborhoods.
Join Cap Times opinion editor Jessie Opoien for Wedge Issues, a podcast catching you up with the elected officials, strategists, analysts and power players of state government and politics in Wisconsin.
Marie Cerrajero and Cory Moore were the hosts for this sixth essay in food writer Kathy Brozyna's Family Table series. The couple served raclette, a melty cheese, and jamón ibérico, a ham made from black Iberian pigs that only live in Spain and Portugal. Cerrajero was born in France to Spani…