U.S. District Judge James Peterson said that parts of the lame duck legislation passed by the Legislature in December and signed by Gov. Scott Walker violate a court order he issued in 2016.
A question about funding priorities revealed that most preferred directing more money toward front-line staff.
"My ground squirrels don't go on hiatus because of the government shutdown," a UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine professor said of her federally funded research project.
It's the second time an alleged slur at West High School made news.
It is too late to remove Skylar Croy's name from the ballot.
Ten school districts in south-central and southwest Wisconsin are among 22 districts in the state that have been honored for giving increased access and better performance in Advanced Placement programs.
Members of the Black Student Union club thought elementary students needed to "know someone looks like them and is looking out for them,” said sophomore Jaeda Coleman.
The campus speaker controversy at UW-La Crosse will likely continue when an anti-pornography group comes to campus in late February.
"If elected to the Board of Education, what is your plan to increase pay for school staff?" the questionnaire asks.
The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum has released a limited-edition Mike Leckrone bobblehead that plays "On Wisconsin."
Vallabh Sambamurthy, a professor and associate dean for MBA and professional master’s programs at the university’s Eli Broad College of Business, will take the reins Aug. 1.
Many neighbors continue to be opposed, saying compromise has come late and that the school has misrepresented a main reason for needing a stadium.
First Tee of South Central Wisconsin is the only First Tee program in the country that adds the academic component through learning centers.
Eligibility requirements appear to preclude many at-risk students from enrolling. "Someone might have questions" about whether those kinds of requirements are legal, according to one expert in education law.
The State Journal requested records last fall relating to the university's investigation into allegations of plagiarism by an English professor.
Organ transplants can seem routine today, especially at UW Hospital, one of the nation’s largest transplant centers. But only a few decades ago, the field’s pioneers took significant risks, overcame repeated failures and sometimes crossed ethical lines.
Milestone charter school would focus on “student-directed, project-based learning," as part of "a democratic system."
Got Water? may not be as popular a saying as the Got Milk? campaign, but it's catching on in Madison public schools.
The primary is Feb. 19 and the general election April 2.
Lab rats implanted with the device lost about a third of their body weight during testing.
If you resolve to meditate or exercise this year — and follow through — you might reduce your chance of getting a cold or the flu, according to a UW-Madison study.
Did he really want to do this, Kevin Soucie asked himself. He had posed himself the same question at age 20 when he dropped out of UW-Madison to run for state Assembly.
For the Oregon High School class project, now in its third year, students chose what materials they would use for cushioning in the skylight frames they were given.
UW-Madison's patent-licensing arm misled another university about their joint patent's true financial value and kept 99 percent of the patent's royalties to itself, a judge found.
Two finalists for the dean position were named and visited campus earlier this month.