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Gov. Scott Walker says complacency and fatigue among Republican voters is one of his biggest concerns as he faces re-election in less than 10 weeks.
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St. Paul native Tracie Bowman decided to take her teaching career in a totally different direction, moving from larger school districts to this year teaching English at Heron Lake-Okabena.
People packed Church of Gesu during a prayer vigil to remember former Marquette University graduate James Foley and in support of the Foley family on the Marquette University Campus on Aug. 26. Foley a journalist was murdered recently by Islamic State rebels after being captured two years ago in Syria.
Steve "The Homer" True says he a crash with an impaired driver last fall has left an indelible mark on him.
Thousands of people are expected to take part in the run and fundraiser, which kicks off on Sept.
WEATHER: Patchy fog early this morning, otherwise mostly clear skies turning cloudy by the afternoon.
The race to be Wisconsin's next attorney general is heating up. Wednesday's Marquette University Law School Political Poll shows Jefferson County DA Susan Happ up 10 points on Waukesha County DA Brad Schimel.
It was a happy coincidence that Marquette University pollster Charles Franklin inserted a question about a proposed Kenosha casino into the latest iteration of his widely watched poll.
Gov. Scott Walker this week launched a pair of television advertisements defending his record on the economy and directly addressing his promise to create 250,000 private sector jobs, while a third poll in four months showed the race to be a dead heat.
Gov. Scott Walker has a three point lead over democratic challenger Mary Burke among registered voters, according to a new Marquette University Law School poll released Wednesday.
UNIVERSITY IS REMEMBERING ONE OF ITS OWN. MORE THAN A THOUSAND PEOPLE GATHERED TONIGHT IN A TOUCHING CEREMONY TO HONOR JAMES FOLEY.
James Foley always admired the Jesuit resolve he learned as a college student at Marquette University : To help those in need, to fight for underdogs and to tell stories that no one else would.
After 23 years of leading Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin in its hunger relief efforts, president Bonnie Bellehumeur has announced she will retire Dec. 31. In 1991, Bellehumeur started with Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin then America's Second Harvest of Wisconsin.
IT STARTS AT 6:00 AND THE PUBLIC IS INVITED. TWO ARMED ROBBERIES IN JUST TWO DAYS.
A prayer vigil for slain journalist and Marquette University alum James Foley will be held on the MU campus Tuesday evening MELINDA, THANK YOU.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 10:28 am
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