Nursing homes are struggling to stay open. Providers say the state’s low medicaid reimbursement rate is largely to blame.
Laws and state code surrounding automatic fire sprinklers are sparking another debate in Wisconsin after one person was found dead in an apartment fire in Sun Prairie.
While no cases have been reported in Wisconsin, health experts tell 27 News “it’s only a matter of time.”
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“This crime is impacting children, adults, men, women, boys and girls that could be any of our family members,” said Laura Cyrus, the director of corporate engagement at Truckers Against Trafficking, an organization that teaches truck drivers to spot the signs of human trafficking.
Today’s hearing at the capitol comes in the wake of our Digging Deeper story earlier this month on history of OWI reform in Wisconsin and why so many proposals fall short.
Since 2009, 112 bills were introduced in Wisconsin related to drunk driving, but of those, 21 made it out of committee for a vote on the floor and only 12 were signed into law.
Having a baby is one of the happiest moments of a parent’s life, but it can also be one of the most dangerous for some mothers.
Five months after a man barred from possessing firearms built his own gun and shot and wounded co-workers at a Middleton software firm, state lawmakers continue to search for a solution to the apparent, safety loophole.
The Madison Police Department is considering a new non-lethal device. It is designed to restrain someone without hurting them, unlike a Taser device.
There’s pressure on Wisconsin leaders to consider changing the way juvenile suspects are interrogated.
A southern Wisconsin family is hoping their dog’s story will inspire people to call for tougher penalties against animal abusers.
“I would rather vomit every day of my pregnancy than go through finding child care again,” said Becky Rosenow, a Dane County mom.