The program can trigger preventive follow-up home visits for older adults who call 911 for help after a fall.
An agreement signed by more than 60 local governments will pool more than $2 million annually for 20 years starting Jan. 1.
I doubt democracy was the only -- or even the most important -- motivation.
A new treatment process will earn money for Madison's sewer plant while protecting lakes from harmful nutrients.
Phosphorus contributes to unnatural weed growth and algae blooms. For that reason, agriculture plays a large role in the declining quality of Madison's lakes.
John Strasser says after years of blowing off constituent concerns, the south side district was ripe for the picking.
Tucked away in Gov. Scott Walker's proposed budget are what some consider to be dramatic rollbacks in regulations that control the amounts of weed-growing phosphorus going into Wisconsin's lakes.