The $680,000, taxpayer-funded review has been riddled with mishaps since it began.
Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul on Monday said the Republican-backed, taxpayer-funded review of the state’s 2020 presidential election “doesn’t have any credibility."
Jessica Price, the City of Madison’s sustainability and resilience manager, shared how cities can fight climate change at the local level.
A panel of three federal judges on Wednesday paused a consolidated redistricting lawsuit, but doubled down that it will step in to draw the maps if necessary.
Wisconsin's lieutenant governor talks representation and policy on his quest to become first Black U.S. Senator from the dairy state.
Madison Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway on Wednesday told reporters she will testify after being subpoenaed as part of the Republican-backed partisan review of Wisconsin’s 2020 presidential election.
The subpoenas were received by election officials in Green Bay, Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha and Madison, as well as by the Wisconsin Elections Commission.
Former state Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman, who was tapped by Republican lawmakers to lead a review of Wisconsin’s 2020 election, issued this week what appear to be the first subpoenas in the tax dollar-funded probe.
Republican legislators on Tuesday approved a joint resolution that proclaims that changes to the state’s legislative and congressional districts should be minimal — a sea change from their approach to redistricting 10 years ago.
Three members of Gov. Tony Evers’ cabinet were confirmed on Tuesday by the Republican-controlled Wisconsin state Senate, ending a years-long standoff over several of the governor’s high-profile appointees.
Gov. Tony Evers and Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday introduced a package of legislation to invest in farmer mental health, rural communities, financial support for farmer education and more.
While the 2020 election is only nine months in the rear-view, candidates already running for statewide office in 2022 will continue to face pandemic-related challenges.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to hear a case brought by a conservative law firm on behalf of several voters that asks the court to throw out the state’s current legislative districts and, if necessary, redraw the maps itself.
The Madison Common Council on Tuesday voted to accept millions in additional federal aid for rental assistance through the American Rescue Plan, a $1.9 trillion federal COVID-19 relief bill passed by Democratic lawmakers in March.
All Madison Metropolitan School District employees, contractors and volunteers will be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 under a new plan put forth Monday by district officials.
The head of Assembly Republicans’ review of the 2020 presidential election in Wisconsin announced Monday that he will, “if necessary,” compel election clerks to turn over documents or provide testimony as part of the review.
The certification of the Electoral College’s votes in the 2020 presidential election started with a photo for Wisconsin’s U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin. Before entering the Senate chambers to engage in debate, the second-term senator snapped a photo of the crowd flowing toward the Capitol.
Public safety, the continued handling of the COVID-19 pandemic and keeping kids in school will likely be tough issues for Gov. Tony Evers next fall.
A Dane County judge on Friday dismissed a lawsuit from Attorney General Josh Kaul seeking to remove the head of the Wisconsin Natural Resources Board.
The brief supports DOJ’s request for a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction of the law.
COVID-19 will continue to dominate the lives of Wisconsin residents for as long as people refuse to get vaccinated, according to three public health experts — including the state’s top health official.
More than a dozen Democratic lawmakers introduced legislation Wednesday to make Wisconsin’s annual wolf hunting season optional — a move advocates say would spare hundreds of wolves each year.
Tax data suggests that the consumption of alcoholic beverages spiked in Wisconsin during the 2021 fiscal year, according to a new report released Wednesday by the Wisconsin Policy Forum.
Unions in Wisconsin are significantly weaker than they were a decade ago and wage growth over the past quarter-century was stagnant, according to a new report from the Center on Wisconsin Strategy.
Team Rubicon, along with Catholic Charities agencies in the state, are collecting new clothing, footwear and other items to distribute those who fled Afghanistan in recent weeks.