The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) announced $3 million in grants to 10 public libraries and 15 library systems in the state.
By January of this year OOS levels had reached 23 percent, and continued to worsen with levels at 43 percent by the beginning of May.
May is Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, a time to celebrate the history and contributions of AAPI in the United States and learn about the diverse culture and heritage of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
Gov. Evers reaffirmed his commitment towards taking action on PFAS cleanup and setting a health standard for PFAS consumer safety.
In his latest State of the State address, Governor Tony Evers announced a $25 million investment in the University of Wisconsin System.
What causes the most deaths and disabilities combined in Wisconsin is drug abuse disorders at an almost 80 percent increase over the last three decades.
Due to the high fire threat in northeast Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is urging the public to refrain from burning.
Wisconsin higher education enrollment rates are currently declining faster than the national average.
Without Roe v. Wade to protect the right to abortion federally, Wisconsin will have to rely on an abortion ban dating back to 1849.
The national homeownership rate, or the share of housing units occupied by their owner, made the largest recorded quarterly increase at 2.6 percentage points from Q1 to Q2 of 2020, and the country saw 2.1 million new homeowners by the end of 2020.