The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development released unemployment data for the month of September, and the rate rose slightly by two-tenths of a percentage point to 3.1 percent.
In the Capitol rotunda on Tuesday, the people the Republicans have been working so hard to suppress came together, coalescing around the very policies Republicans have concocted to try to keep them down.
For Milwaukee Public Schools, level one of the high school football playoffs brought disappointment, as every Milwaukee Public Schools participant, including two number one seeds, lost in the single elimination tournament.
After a much-needed bye week, the Packers were hoping for some better fortune in the Mile High City, but left disappointed following a 19-17 loss to the Denver Broncos.
The University of Wisconsin system is set to see a change as the Washington County campus of UW-Milwaukee and the Fond du Lac County campus of UW-Oshkosh will no longer hold in-person classes after June of next year.
A lawsuit filed last week with the Wisconsin Supreme Court challenging the constitutionality of taxpayer-funded private schools does not mince words.
Clean water advocates in some of Wisconsin’s communities hit hardest by PFAS contamination say Republican-authored legislation to aid in the cleanup of the harmful “forever chemicals” contains too many poison pills to support.
The Wisconsin high school football regular season has officially come to an end, and for teams that made the playoffs, all the focus will be on getting to Camp Randall Stadium for the state championship game.
A new report ranks Wisconsin 15th in the nation for long-term care services but advocates for the people who need care say more could be done.
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.