The U.S. Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit to try to force a northern Wisconsin town to pay for failing to renew access easements on tribal land.
Republican lawmakers have rejected funding for the University of Wisconsin’s top priority, the proposed replacement of an engineering building on the Madison campus
Lawmakers are considering legislation that would tighten prohibitions on sexual assault within the Wisconsin National Guard.
Police in Wisconsin say drugs laced with fentanyl that killed one person and caused three more to overdose were purchased at a bar owned by a state lawmaker.
Lawmakers in several states are looking to loosen child labor laws, even as the federal government cracks down on surging violations.
Wisconsin Republicans have voted to put $125 million aside to combat pollution from so-called forever chemicals, but delayed a decision on how exactly to spend the money.
Wisconsin Senate and Assembly Republicans are at odds over a key ingredient of a proposal long sought after by local governments that would significantly boost state aid to pay for essential services, putting the future of the measure in jeopardy.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled that a constitutional amendment expanding crime victims’ rights was properly worded in a statewide referendum and was legally adopted.
The fight over racial equity and free speech on Wisconsin college campuses is intensifying, mirroring a national battle as Republicans work to close campus diversity offices and demand that students and faculty treat conservative speakers with respect.
A range of factors stack the odds against tenants, including landlords in the Legislature who have weakened local regulations of rental properties.
A Wisconsin judge said Monday he will order that the state elections commission reconsider a complaint filed against fake Republican electors who attempted in 2020 to cast the state’s electoral ballots for former President Donald Trump. But this time, Dane County Circuit Judge Frank Remington said, the commission must consider the complaint without the participation of one […]
Election officials in battleground Wisconsin hope to revive a bipartisan plan they say is critical to rebuilding confidence in elections but that was killed last week by Republicans without debate. The state’s chief elections official said a new division designed to handle voters’ concerns and deal with an onslaught of records requests and complaints was […]