The Plan Commission voted to recommend rejection of Edgewood’s bid to repeal its master plan, which prevents the school from hosting games.
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The report found the Guard’s sexual misconduct policies and procedures were out-of-date, ineffective, understaffed and in violation of federal rules.
Wisconsin has only six dams considered a risk to human safety that are in poor condition, according to data compiled by the Associated Press, but last year alone eight dams failed across the state amid record-setting rainfalls.
Rev. Mwangi Vasser got a pardon from Gov. Tony Evers. But when Vasser went back home to Georgia, the state initially would not accept that his rights were restored.
Here's how members of Wisconsin's congressional delegation voted on major issues this week.
The 86-year-old dam fell into disrepair during decades of private ownership, but after a close call in 2017 it is under public control and undergoing mandated renovation.
The DATCP board will discuss the farm siting rules during its meeting Thursday, but it is not expected to hold a vote before the proposal's statement of scope expires in February.
State officials hailed the new data Friday as a positive sign for state manufacturing, which has shed jobs in recent months according to a different jobs estimate.
The raises, ranging from $4,488 to $$11,652, were approved in a closed-door meeting Thursday.
The report found mismanagement resulted in the undercharging of nearly $63,000 in rent this year alone because no increases had been implemented since 1998.
The 131-year-old former home of Allis-Chalmers heir Frank Allis at 4123 Monona Drive is designated a city landmark, according to city planner Douglas Plowman, but it does not have state or federal landmark status.
Health Secretary Andrea Palm said her department is employing a number of methods to boost enrollment on both Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act exchanges.
Gov. Tony Evers said he will release the National Guard's findings publicly after a meeting Saturday.
The cuts came as a growing economy fueled industrial expansion and the federal government was cutting Environmental Protection Agency budgets and shifting more responsibility onto the states.
The change is part of DOT plans for Beltline improvements beginning in 2021, including repaving the roadway, improving the drainage system and reconstructing the median barrier wall.
The denial of the records request prompted outcry from public records advocates.
Evers said the state must increase funding for mental health services at schools after shootings on consecutive days at high schools in Waukesha and Oshkosh.
So far in his term, Kaul has joined seven lawsuits against the Trump administration.
The director is one of the city's biggest jobs, overseeing 190 employees and an array of activities, including affordable housing, development and community services while at the center of the city's major projects.
Meanwhile, two nonprofits have won city approvals for a $12.7 million, four-story child care and housing project next door, continuing a dramatic transformation of the south side of that part of East Washington Avenue.
Madison's City Council also made decisions on Visions' strip club, dog licensing fees and a finding of demolition by neglect for a house on Langdon Street.
The former Republican governor said he would endorse his former lieutenant governor should she run in 2022.
Menstrual products will be free provided free of charge to those who use women's restrooms.
New locations are in "first food deserts" — areas where support for breastfeeding is lacking because they lack places to breastfeed or policies and cultural norms that embrace the practice.