In a letter sent Monday, the nine legislators “express our deep concerns” over the Environmental Protection Agency’s “continued efforts to undermine this administration’s commitment to U.S. biofuels.”
Wisconsin Department of Revenue Secretary Peter Barca is apologizing for an employee training slide show that joked former Republican Gov. Scott Walker had died.
Door, Lafayette and Shawano counties; and the Ho-Chunk Nation will each receive as much as $140,000 to create new drug courts.
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Even as Black River Falls-based Lunda Construction continues to work on the new Interstate 74 bridge, it says the steel arches are "not constructible."
Gov. Tony Evers, a Democrat who took office this year, tried to block the work requirement but the Republican-controlled Legislature kept it.
Democrats argue the system shifts resources from traditionally liberal urban centers — home to many inmates who are disproportionately black and Hispanic — to rural, white, Republican-leaning areas where prisons are usually located.
Since Gov. Tony Evers took office in January, he's signed just 21 bills into law, including the state's biennial budget plan.
“We all pretty much agreed that we need to take another look at this,” Dane County Board Chair Sharon Corrigan said.
So far no Republicans have emerged to challenge the Senate Majority Leader for the seat of retiring U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner.
Around 200 gathered at the Conservative Political Education Conference in West Allis on Saturday to learn about key 2020 issues and strategies to keep Wisconsin red.
District 8 interim alder Sally Rohrer said "the real work is getting done at the local government level when it comes to improving people’s lives."
Meaney is one of at least four of the governor's appointees who have yet to receive formal approval from the Senate, but now face the possibility of losing their positions entirely as tension continues to grow between Evers and Republican lawmakers.
The Madison City Council will soon consider a tentative agreement with Stone House Development that could lead to part of the massive Judge Doyle Square Development Downtown moving forward on June 1.
Currently, the district, which was put into place in 2014, prohibits new taverns and new liquor stores in an approximately four-block area.
Waterford Village Administrator Zeke Jackson has been called out for making "very unprofessional and totally unacceptable" accusations in a public Facebook group.
It's time for another season of the podcast that brings you all the best conversations from the Cap Times' two-day festival on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
All of this presidential election talk got us thinking about past trips to the polls. Wisconsin has one of the longest traditions of holding presidential preference primaries in the United States. Here is every primary winner the state has produced in the modern political era.
Rule Enterprises proposes a 30,000-square-foot grocery store, a 345-space parking garage and 150 units of rental housing.
The governor sent a letter to the Legislature's budget committee requesting it approve more than $3 million in annual funding for programs meant to curb homelessness.
State and local governments in Wisconsin spend at levels comparable to other states, but tax a little more because the state receives significantly less in federal aid and fees.