Gas prices across Wisconsin are continuing to fall heading into the holiday season.
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.
Researchers are out with new findings they say show that death rates linked to air pollution from coal plants are underestimated.
Wisconsin school libraries and media resources will share in a record $65 million in the coming year from the state’s Common School Fund thanks to strong investment earnings from the agency that manages the money.
The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development released the latest local job figures for October, showing decreases in unemployment across all 12 metropolitan statistical areas.
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.
The Midwest continued to be a destination for many new businesses, as 78,570 new business applications were filed in October.
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.