18 min ago | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
The Legislature's budget writing committee set aside fiscal issues for a time this week to take up the increasingly contentious issue of high-capacity wells and whether state regulators should consider the effect of a large well on others nearby.
1 hr ago | WOZZ-FM Appleton
Wisconsin's newest U.S. senator said Wednesday that her state's businesses and middle class residents are "stuck in neutral" while the national economy recovers.
3 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Plight. It's a word you've been seeing a lot during the past several years whenever the media churns out their boilerplate immigration news stories about illegal aliens forced to "live in the shadows" while "searching for a better life." But the plight of more than 20 million Americans unable to find full-time work? Not much interest among the ... (more)
4 hrs ago | Insurance Journal West
Brenda O'Malley figured she'd get the police accident report and file an insurance claim after her teenage daughter got into a car accident in Sheboygan Falls this past spring.
5 hrs ago | WAOW
Ministry Health Care says it is eliminating about 2 percent of its workforce due to declining business and a reduction in Medicare payments because of federal budget cuts forced by the so-called sequestration.
7 hrs ago | WNFL-AM Green Bay
MADISON Deadbeat parents in Wisconsin could soon be under more pressure to pay what they owe for child support.
11 hrs ago | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
EF5 tornadoes like the one that devastated Oklahoma this week are rare in Wisconsin.
12 hrs ago | WSAW
Advocates and opponents of common core standards for teaching math and English in Wisconsin were gathering for a joint hearing before the Legislature's education committees.
12 hrs ago | WKBT
It's part of a series of initiatives by the Department of Transportation to improve safety on Wisconsin roadways.
13 hrs ago | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
Among the country's largest metropolitan districts, Milwaukee Public Schools maintained its status as fourth-highest in per-pupil spending in 2011, while Wisconsin also ranked in the top third of states that spent the most per student that year.
We are just a few days away from Memorial Day Weekend. It's the unofficial kickoff to Summer and that means many of you will be hitting the highway and heading north for the weekend.
State Senator Mary Lazich represents parts of four counties: Milwaukee, Waukesha, Racine, and Walworth.
The state Government Accountability Board recommended Tuesday that all overseas voters receive Wisconsin ballots electronically not just military personnel and permanent foreign residents.
Do you have too many places to go to get away from it all? The tea party Republicans who run the Wisconsin legislature think so.
An American Red Cross official in Wisconsin says they are preparing to send helping hands to the community decimated by a tornado Monday.
The state Department of Natural Resources is planning to waive fishing, hiking and all-terrain vehicle fees for the first weekend in June.
If the weather permits Tuesday, planes will begin spraying for invasive gypsy moths in Wisconsin.