By changing a single word in state statutes -- from “shall” to “may” -- the bill would give the Department of Natural Resources discretion over whether to hold a hunt.
Circuit Judge Josann Reynolds said the three reporters can say what they saw that night.
Republican lawmakers blocked a rule that would ban "conversion therapy," which seeks to make gay people straight.
Protesters had warned people not to make video evidence of their activities, which included tearing down two statues on the Capitol Square.
Samantha R. Hamer and Kerida E. O'Reilly were charged with being a party to substantial battery for the June 24 incident.
Two Madison women — Samantha Hamer, 26, and Kerida O'Reilly, 33 — turned themselves in Monday in connection with the attack on the senator during a protest in June.
Milwaukee Sen. Tim Carpenter's Twitter account was briefly suspended over the weekend after he targeted Elmikashfi for her pushback on a bill he's co-authoring.
It would make the act a felony punishable by up to three-and-a-half years in prison and a $10,000 fine.
Madison police are seeking help in identifying persons of interest in an attack on Sen. Tim Carpenter.
Last week in Madison, Wisconsin, marchers took to the streets to protest the arrest of local organizer Yeshua Musa, who was violently detained…
The politician, who was beaten after attempting to photograph protesters, later went to a hospital.
Madison and Wisconsin have a long way to go to improve society for all. But assaults and destruction will only slow progress.
Protesters are right to demand that Wisconsin live up to its stated ideals. Those demands must be made urgently and effectively at a time when hearts and minds are open.
Now that the Wisconsin Legislature appears to have gone home for the year, I want to bestow an award to the legislator who went beyond the call of duty this past session to gum up the works — state Rep. Joe Sanfelippo, the Republican from West Allis.
A virtual session has not happened since the law allowing such sessions during a disaster was created in 2009.
Bills from a GOP crime package and the HOPE agenda are on their way to Gov. Tony Evers' desk following Senate votes Wednesday.
Lawmakers in the Assembly and Senate received more than $1.25 million in daily allowances, also known as per diems, in 2019, a 6% decrease com…
The amount was a 6% decrease compared to payouts in 2017, the last non-election year.
The flag celebrating Pride Month will fly until June 30.
Legislators in the state Senate and Assembly are proposing a bill that would definitively end the 0.1 percent sales tax at the end of this year.
Sen. Tim Carpenter, D-Milwaukee, announced the proposal Monday.
Foxconn chairman Terry Gou will personally guarantee 25 percent of the clawbacks his company would face if it violates the terms of a $3 billi…
The Foxconn deal requires far more scrutiny than has so far been applied to what looks to be a debacle in the making.