A near-physical confrontation and disputes about filming the committee's work resulted in high tensions at the meeting Wednesday.
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Madison Mayor Paul Soglin remains opposed to the deal, saying the city should not have to maintain Cottage Grove and Buckeye roads.
In "Two Minutes with Mitch" local radio personality Mitch Henck gives his two cents after the latest Marquette Law School Poll shows Wisconsin Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers still in the lead in the Democratic primary for governor.
Johnson said Wisconsin manufacturers and the state's farming and food-processing industries are being hurt by the trade war.
Walker met her at the NRA convention in 2015 when she approached him to have her picture taken.
Baldwin's bill would would affect residents in 13 counties in the Minneapolis-St. Paul, Duluth-Superior and Marquette, Mich., media markets.
State schools superintendent Tony Evers is solidifying his lead in the Democratic primary to decide who faces Republican Gov. Scott Walker in November.
Michael Tierney, a legislative aide for state Reps. Lisa Subeck and Mark Spreitzer, got the recommendation to fill a vacant seat through April.
But the golf pros are awarded just $287,400 in damages, well short of the $2.3 million they were seeking
In "Two Minutes with Mitch" local radio personality Mitch Henck gives his two cents on the 2019 Madison mayor's race, which now includes former City Council members Brenda Konkel and Satya Rhodes-Conway and current District 10 Ald. Maurice Cheeks — but not Mayor Paul Soglin, who announced he…
Soglin was first elected mayor in 1973 and has served in the position off and on over the past five decades.
Gov. Scott Walker has not been contacted by law enforcement agencies about his encounter with a woman who has been charged with being a covert agent for Russia in the U.S., a spokesman for the governor said Tuesday.
Four candidates had more than $300,000 heading into the final six weeks of the campaign and four had less than $70,000.
In "Two Minutes with Mitch" local radio personality Mitch Henck gives his two cents after President Donald Trump's meeting in Finland with Russia's Vladimir Putin.
Federal prosecutors in Washington revealed Monday that they have arrested a 29-year-old woman and accused her of working as a covert Russian agent, gathering intelligence on American officials and political organizations through her gun-rights contacts.
Soglin is taking issue with Dane County over whether the city or county should be required to maintain Cottage Grove and Buckeye roads.
Ryan issued a statement saying "there is no question that Russia interfered in our election."
Konkel, executive director of the Tenant Resource Center, joins Satya Rhodes-Conway and Maurice Cheeks as current candidates.
A contribution to Gov. Scott Walker's 2016 presidential campaign was among the violations of a federal "pay for play" rule.
Democratic challengers Mahlon Mitchell and Kelda Roys said they raised $840,000 and $800,000, respectively.
Wisconsin Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson said Monday he’s concerned with the Trump administration’s “widespread tariffs” and wants the White House to know “there’s some real damage being done” to companies.
Van Orden said he was one who let the state Legion know its then-historian, Howard "Gordy" Clewell, had lied about his service.
Here's how members of Wisconsin's congressional delegation voted on major issues this week.
The target list includes state Senate District 17 in southwest Wisconsin, now held by Sen. Howard Marklein, R-Spring Green, and District 19, held by Sen. Roger Roth, R-Appleton.
A former superintendent of Madison’s Park Division testified that he was one cog in a group effort that led the City Council to vote in 2012 against renewing four golf pros’ contracts to run the city’s golf shop operations for another five years.