Former state Rep. Adam Jarchow is running for attorney general — and he's hoping he won't be the only conservative candidate to challenge Fond du Lac District Attorney Eric Toney in the Republican primary.
The case involves a man whose job offer was rescinded after the company learned of 8 previous convictions for sexual assault, strangulation and battery.
A slate of bills that would further regulate and restrict access to abortion continues to make its way through the Wisconsin Legislature.
A new package of bills is designed to expand gun rights and opportunities for hunting, fishing and trapping, including the ability to hunt sandhill cranes, which Ted Nugent called "the ribeye of the sky."
Wisconsin’s stark racial disparities in maternal and infant health can be measured for at least three decades.
Starting in 1819, the U.S. ran Indian boarding schools throughout the country, forcibly relocating hundreds of thousands of Indigenous children.
A Dane County judge directed the Wisconsin Assembly to release records related to an investigation into the state’s 2020 election.
The mayor’s comments followed the news that former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman has backed off on subpoenas in five cities.
State lawmakers are reviving an effort to allow Wisconsin pharmacists to prescribe some forms of contraception.
For the first time in more than half a century, a Wisconsin governor will seek reelection without the sitting lieutenant governor in 2022.
The former Federal Trade Commission chair discusses internet privacy and related issues with Cap Times Capitol Bureau chief Jessie Opoien in a virtual forum on Tuesday, Oct. 19. In partnership with the La Follette School of Public Affairs at UW-Madison.
The bill's introduction coincides with the fourth anniversary of the shooting at a Las Vegas concert that killed 60 people.
A federal judge on Friday scheduled a hearing to consider an effort by six Ojibwe tribes to cancel Wisconsin's upcoming wolf hunt.
Students in public schools and employees of local and state government could not be taught about certain concepts related to race and gender under legislation passed by the state Assembly on Tuesday.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers is reviving an effort to protect children from sexual exploitation by reintroducing a bill that would prohibit charging minors with prostitution.
Led by Attorney General Josh Kaul, Wisconsin Democrats are reintroducing legislation to expand gun restrictions.
The legislation, modeled after a new Arizona law, aims to prevent victims from being retraumatized by having to face their abusers.
Wisconsin Democrats on Wednesday introduced a proposal to eliminate an obscure state tax months after rejecting a similar — but slightly different — effort from Republicans several months ago.
Six Ojibwe tribes filed a federal lawsuit on Tuesday seeking to cancel Wisconsin's upcoming November wolf hunt, arguing it violates their treaty rights.
The country's division is something of a self-fulfilling prophesy, Packer warned, blaming political elites and the news media for stoking disunity to further their own goals.
In "I Alone Can Fix It," Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post reporters Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker examine Trump's "catastrophic" final year in office.
A panel of three federal judges on Thursday denied a request by the Republican-led Wisconsin Legislature to dismiss a lawsuit that asks the federal court to redraw the state's electoral maps.
Wisconsin parents could opt their children out of educational programming "related to sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or gender expression" under a bill heard Thursday by the Assembly education committee.
GOP attorney general candidate Ryan Owens is accusing Democratic Attorney General Josh Kaul of demonstrating a “reckless disregard for safety" while Kaul argues he's only doing his job.
The news follows an announcement on Tuesday that McCoshen sold his lobbying firm.