A group of unions representing public employees including teachers filed a lawsuit on Thursday challenging Wisconsin Act 10, which stripped collective bargaining rights from most public employees in the state.
Research shows that when women watch a female lead character on a fictional political TV show, it can increase their interest in participating in politics and their belief that they can make a difference in the electoral process and results.
Researchers are out with new findings they say show that death rates linked to air pollution from coal plants are underestimated.
The Wisconsin High School Football officially came to an end, as state champions were crowned on November 16th and 17th at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court today takes up a much-anticipated case involving the state’s political boundaries.
Wisconsin’s unemployment rate held steady at 3.2 percent in the month of October, according to new data released by the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development.
U.S. senators voted 87-11 to approve legislation Wednesday that would fund the government into next year, clearing the measure for President Joe Biden’s signature.
While many other states analyze school board races from this week, Wisconsin candidates will soon begin filing paperwork for elections next spring.
The United States added 150,000 new jobs in October, according to the monthly report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
A Connecticut man has been indicted by a Wisconsin grand jury on wire fraud charges over accusations he scammed older residents. It’s the latest case that calls attention to fraud-prevention tips.