Nearly a year and a half after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and Wisconsin’s 1849 abortion ban went back into effect, it may be easy for some to forget the harm that the ban has been inflicting. But as anti-abortion lawmakers in our state continue to pass legislation to obstruct and stigmatize abortion, I can’t forget what these restrictions do to women like me.
American Education Week is underway, and those who work with Wisconsin school libraries are highlighting the value they provide to students.
The Green Bay Packers losing streak came to an end at four games as the Packers picked up a 20-3 win over the visiting Los Angeles Rams.
Some Wisconsin utilities are slow to reduce fossil-fuel dependence, according to new data from the Sierra Club, while others are improving their efforts.
November is almost here, and some Wisconsin households might be planning their menu for upcoming holiday meals.
Wisconsin, like every other state, is facing an uncertain future due to a shifting climate and diminishing natural resources, and instead of working towards climate solutions, our representatives are busy dismantling the very policies that are proven to work.
Not a moment too soon, the University of Wisconsin-Madison has chosen a paradigm-shifting book on truth, persuasion and social change for its 2023-2024 Go Big Read common reading program.
Wisconsin lawmakers are in the midst of their fall session and they face renewed calls to approve a plan to help new mothers with limited resources maintain health coverage.
Across the state of Wisconsin, gas prices have fallen over the last month and are down 34 cents to $3.28 a gallon.
The United States added 336,000 new jobs in September, according to the monthly report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.