The owner of a Christian-based children's hair salon has filed a federal lawsuit alleging that Gov. Tony Evers' “safer at home” order that closed nonessential businesses is a violation of free speech and religious rights.
The Wisconsin Department of Corrections has released nearly 1,600 inmates since March to help address the COVID-19 crisis, a DOC spokeswoman said Thursday.
"All I see is a bunch of cross contamination," one guard said.
Wisconsin's order banning golf carts for players was amended to allow golfers with disabilities to use carts, which must be sanitized after each use.
A letter from the law enforcement and health officials describes distancing guidelines and says that courses following them are not in violation of the governor’s order.
"Here in the state of Georgia, other states, I’m still considered a felon," said Rev. Mwangi Vasser after getting rejected from law enforcement jobs and denied the right to buy a gun.
Five years ago, dozens wrote letters to former Gov. Scott Walker to issue decorated Iraq War veteran Eric Pizer a pardon. On Monday, Gov. Tony Evers will give Pizer that "second chance."
Selectively excluding media you don’t like is a constitutional no-no.
Early in his administration, Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers was asked to produce a letter he’d gotten from departing Gov. Scott Walker, during the …
The new report from the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty comes a month after the conservative MacIver Institute filed a lawsuit against Evers, alleging his office has excluded the outlet from media events.
An e-cigarette tax adopted this month as part of the state budget is tied for lowest among at least 20 states in which vaping taxes have passe…
The proposal comes days after Gov. Tony Evers used his veto power to increase spending by about $84 million more on education than the Republican-controlled Legislature intended.
Mark Hogan has been serving as Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. secretary and CEO since former Gov. Scott Walker selected him in September 2015.
A spokeswoman for Democratic Gov. Tony Evers on Saturday alleged sexism is the reason why communication between Evers and legislative leaders is lacking. Republicans firmly refuted the accusation.
The budget checks off a long list of other Democratic priorities, but it doesn't devote any additional funding or call for any new approaches for researching or slowing CWD.
The state is projected to bring in about $1.8 billion in new tax collections during the budget cycle running from July 2019 through June 2021, according to a letter sent by LFB director Bob Lang to the co-chairs of the Legislature's Joint Finance Committee.
Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald, R-Juneau, requested the memo from the nonpartisan Legislative Reference Bureau after Evers announced in his State of the State address that he had sent Attorney General Josh Kaul a letter directing him to pull Wisconsin out of the multi-state lawsuit.
A bill designed to protect health insurance coverage for people with pre-existing conditions earned bipartisan support in the state Assembly on Tuesday, but it's not clear whether the Senate or Gov. Tony Evers will approve it.
Assembly Republicans extended what they called a "hand of bipartisanship" to Democratic Gov. Tony Evers on Thursday, sharing a list of initiatives they said they'd like to work on together.
Judge Rebecca Dallet is the first candidate backed by Democrats and liberals to win an open state Supreme Court seat in 23 years.
Strategists caution against using primary results to predict general election results, this spring or in November.
Voting for the possibility of the first woman president bridges generations of women.
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele has proposed hiring a dozen full-time employees to work solely with inmates from his county housed at the state's troubled youth prison.
Also, Gwen Moore's noose comment draws criticism and Scott Walker's polling slide continues in early primary states.
Melissa Baldauff, spokeswoman for the state Democratic Party for two years, is leaving her post next month and taking a similar job with Milwa…