Government and Politics
Republican state leaders appeared to have been caught off-guard by the fierce, bipartisan backlash to the proposals.
In "Two Minutes with Mitch" Madison radio personality Mitch Henck gives his prediction on who the Democratic nominee will be for the 2020 presidential race.
YWCA Madison, which placed a supervisor and two case managers at the Tree Lane apartments for homeless families, will be leaving the property on March 15.
Ron Johnson said he wishes he and his fellow Republicans had succeeded in repealing and replacing the entire Affordable Care Act when they had the chance.
Since the building opened this summer, Madison police have responded to 156 calls for service, including 90 in the last three months.
In "Two Minutes with Mitch" Madison radio personality Mitch Henck gives his two cents on the Madison School Board race.
It could be the first of many legal challenges to laws enacted in a recent lame-duck session.
The criminal complaint says 24 people signed affidavits stating they never signed Charisse Daniels' nomination papers even though their names were on them.
Sen. Tim Carpenter, D-Milwaukee, announced the proposal Monday.
Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald, R-Juneau, announced the list Monday.
A recently completed report offers a broad vision of the former meat packaging plant and surrounding area while a more detailed study is planned for next year.
Here's how members of Wisconsin's congressional delegation voted on major issues this week.
Evers is talking to some business leaders, but also reaching out to many others as he prepares to take office Jan. 7.
Tommy Thompson: "Kraus was a throwback to a different era of politics"
The former presidential candidate said he has had a lot of opportunities in recent weeks to take jobs in Washington, but he plans to remain in Wisconsin.
Gov.-elect Tony Evers criticized the incentive package and referenced it as a reason Walker should veto recently approved lame-duck legislation.
With a cost of about $255 million, the Kossuth Wind Project is expected to save ratepayers about $81 million over its 30-year lifespan.
In "Two Minutes with Mitch" Madison radio personality Mitch Henck gives his two cents on what it may take to impeach President Donald Trump after his former lawyer, Michael Cohen, got three years in prison for crimes that may be linked to Trump.
A Madison City Council member said he'll "make every effort" to get the liquor license revoked of a strip club on the city's East Side, following the shooting of four people in the club early Sunday morning.
"The direction of Housing First initiatives in the future hang in the balance on what happens now at Tree Lane," Ald. Paul Skidmore said.
A Department of Natural Resources employee disciplined for harassing female co-workers at a Milwaukee hotel had previously won the agency’s wildlife management leadership award.
Ald. Allen Arntsen said he'll support a proposed stadium at Edgewood High School if daytime use of the athletic field is capped at uses in place for 2018, and if the use of lights is limited to a five events per year.
The outgoing governor said he is considering a line-item veto for at least one provision, but wouldn't say what.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos announced several new Assembly standing committees that will consider legislation in the upcoming session.