President Donald Trump says he will make a major announcement on the government shutdown and the southern border on Saturday afternoon from the White House.
Governor Evers is not supportive of a plan proposed by Republicans to cut taxes for the middle class.
Governor Tony Evers (D-WI) said Thursday that climate change is real, and that Wisconsin needs to take action to secure its future.
A federal judge struck down early voting restrictions enacted by Republicans during the lame-duck session six weeks ago.
Not everyone agrees with gun control ideas floated by Wisconsin’s new administration. A group of demonstrators stood on the Capitol steps Saturday to make their dissenting voices heard.
A West Allis Coast Guard family is worried about how it will pay the next round of bills during the government shutdown.
Liberal-leaning groups have filed a lawsuit challenging all new laws that limit the powers of the governor and attorney general
Since the partial shutdown began last month, local food banks say they expect to see more people coming in asking for help.
Department of Corrections staff in Wisconsin racked up $50 million in overtime in 2018.
As federal lawmakers introduce a bill to expand background checks on gun sales, Wisconsin’s attorney general is calling for new measures to keep guns away from people who shouldn’t have them.
Governor Tony Evers is planning to modify the state’s involvement in a lawsuit to repeal the affordable care act.
A disabled Wisconsin Democrat says an all-night lame-duck legislative session last month violated the open meetings law because he had to leave after spending too much time in his wheelchair.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on President Donald Trump and the partial government shutdown (all times local): 1:20 p.m. President Donald Trump arrived on Capitol
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers is joining with fellow Democratic Attorney General Josh Kaul in supporting a law allowing judges to take away firearms from people determined to be a threat to themselves or others.