Alliant Energy is starting a new energy-saving program that the utility’s demand-side manager, Kari Gehrke, describes as “a simple way [for customers] to save money and reduce their carbon footprint at the same time.”
Summer programs like Lead Generation are giving students in Milwaukee, Marquette, and other cities the tools to explore career options and pursue higher education, especially for students of color.
Voting in the Wisconsin primaries has been shaken up by Wisconsin Supreme Court decisions and last minute drop outs in the races for the senate and governor. If you are unsure how to vote this year, or if a candidate you voted for dropped out, we have the information you need.
Healthcare providers in Wisconsin are stuck between what is best for their patients and what complies with the law following Dobbs v. Jackson, the US Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade’s precedent.
In Two Rivers, a Wisconsin Historical Marker can be found within its Central Park which claims the area as the birthplace of the ice cream sundae.
The state of Wisconsin has taken steps to make sure seniors continue to receive nutrition despite financial setbacks.
Counting down the days until the annual Wisconsin State Fair! Taking place in Wisconsin State Fair Park from August 4th – 14th.
Wisconsin’s efforts to eliminate lead pipes is getting a boost of federal funding, with the state expected to receive $48 million next year to replace lead water service lines.
Despite legislative leaders and attorneys from both sides of the aisle dismissing further attempts to overturn the election as impossible and unconstitutional, that’s not stopping Republican candidate, Tim Michels, from trying to achieve just that.
Absentee ballot drop boxes will not be permitted in Wisconsin, according to a ruling issued Friday by a divided Wisconsin Supreme Court.