"It's like food. If you don't know where it came from, you should be a little careful if you eat it or not," Friedland said.
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In Gov. Scott Walker's first two years in office, average deliberation time was 119 days, compared to a 20-year average of 164 days.
Two Wisconsin State Journal reporters, one current and one former, have been cited by an open government group for their work on sexual harassment stories not eagerly awaited by those in government and higher education.
The contentious 2016 presidential election raised religious and racial tensions, but experts say the fears fueling hate and bias incidents began years earlier.
As one of the Wisconsin's largest industries, dairy production is heavily dependent on immigrant workers. Some farmers say the Trump administration's immigration crackdown is making it harder to find workers.
Prisoners recount suicide attempts, mental harm and lack of services; former Waupun psychologist describes harsh treatment of inmates
Hispanic voters in Wisconsin and beyond are poised to flex their political muscles, but disenchantment and language differences create barriers.
On a Sunday afternoon nearly four years ago, Elvin Daniel was in his garden when he got a call from police: His sister, Zina Haughton, had bee…
Abigail Becker joined The Capital Times in 2016, where she primarily covers city and county government. She previously worked for the Wisconsi…
Only one other municipality besides the city of Madison has taken a comprehensive approach to removing all lead pipes, the Washington Post reports.
Dreps has represented dozens of newspapers and other media companies in lawsuits over public records, open meetings and other topics.
Special regulations to reduce exposure to the ancient poison have helped, but high-capacity wells can exacerbate the problem.
One prisoner says Waupun officials were ‘preying on the ignorance’ of inmates by failing to notify them for months of dramatic changes in policy.
Prisoner advocates praise new policies but continue to push for ending severe isolation, which many liken to torture.
Being forced to pay could be ‘devastating,’ state’s largest family planning group says.
Some on the political left suspect Gov. Scott Walker's minions are launching another attack in that talking point Democrats have been trying to win elections with: the War on Women.
The Department of Revenue accepted a change in the assessment after an Aug. 15 deadline in violation of state law, says town officials and a DOR employee.
Groups say state, local authorities have failed to act.
For a year, 20 rhesus monkeys will be separated from their mothers and another 20 will be in a control group, will be given tests intended to provoke and measure anxious behavior. After one year, they will all be euthanized.
UW System leader says concerns taken ‘very seriously,’ campus research official ‘disappointed’ in wording of petition signed by 290,000.