Kimberly-Clark will receive $25 million from the state of Wisconsin in exchange for keeping open a facility in the Fox Valley that employs 388 people. Gov. Scott Walker was able to strike the deal under a provision of state law that would not be available to his successor if Walker signs a set of lame-duck bills passed last week.
“After over four decades of Paul Soglin being mayor on and off, I think it is time for a fresh perspective in office,” Eric Koth, 24, said.
Two aspects of one extraordinary session bill awaiting action by Gov. Walker involve altering a lesser known, though important function of state government: how executive agencies interpret and enforce administrative rules.
The documentary by Kaku Arakawa screens at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Marcus Point Cinemas, 7825 Big Sky Drive, and Marcus Palace, 2830 Hoepker Road.
Americans nationwide now see Wisconsin Republicans as “crooked,” “power grabbing,” “self-serving” and “sore losers” — the type of politicians who are willing to ignore the will of the voters.
A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.
“Crossing the street is probably one of the most scary and harrowing parts of our day because we constantly need to listen, ‘Does it sound like it’s safe to cross? I don’t hear any cars coming, I think it’s okay to go,’” said Denise Jess, Wisconsin Council of the Blind and Visually Impaired.
Long-term isolation punishes people in a way that not only lacks humanity but sense. People who spend long lengths of time in solitary return to their communities in worse shape than when they became incarcerated. We have limited its use in Colorado to 15 days at a time.
Two little words, “pie” and “taco,” that inspire so much joy on their own are brought together in holy delicious matrimony at Hubbard Avenue Diner.
In her fourth year leading Senate Democrats, Senate Minority Leader Jennifer Shilling, D-La Crosse, said she sees Democrats and Republicans in an "arranged marriage" as they prepare to navigate divided government.
“We helped build this, and now we’ll be going to school here,” Vonte Howard, 17, said.
Operation Fresh Start at 2670 Milwaukee St. in Madison.
The head of the state's economic development agency told reporters this week that a set of proposed changes to the agency's verification process for tax credits wouldn't result in any changes in practice at the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation.
Decades ago, Noam Chomsky was described as “arguably the most important intellectual alive today.” Now he's 90, and he reminds us that intellect and dissent go together.
Stuart Levitan's new book, "Madison in the Sixties," published by the Wisconsin Historical Press, deserves to be on your holiday shopping list.
It's hard to say which is the better pairing: Cheese and wine, or the Cap Times' respective food and politics podcasts.
Established in 2017, The Corner Table is a Capital Times food podcast. Host Lindsay Christians talks with guests about cooking, wine, restaurants and more.
Join political reporter Jessie Opoien for Wedge Issues, a podcast catching you up with the candidates, strategists, analysts and power players in the 2018 election.
On this episode of the podcast, Millennials who have found success as entrepreneurs, consultants and business leaders talk about what they think the city and the state is doing right and what it's doing wrong to attract and retain younger demographics.