The Latest on Wisconsin Republicans' attempt to stay an order blocking their lame-duck laws limiting the powers of Democratic Gov. Tony Evers and Attorney General Josh Kaul.
The Latest on Wisconsin Republicans’ attempt to stay an order blocking their lame-duck laws limiting the powers of Democratic Gov. Tony Evers and Attorney General Josh Kaul.
Republican lawmakers are asking an appeals court to halt a judge’s order that temporarily blocks GOP-backed laws limiting the powers of Democratic Gov. Tony Evers and Attorney General Josh Kaul.
Dane County officials said they’ll be working to convince lawmakers to approve a $30 million investment to the Alliant Energy Center since the state building commission rejected their capital budget recommendation.
A Judge has issued a temporary injunction blocking Republican lawmakers lame-duck laws. The ruling now gives certain executive powers back to Governor Evers and Attorney General Josh Kaul.
A decision is expected on the location of the 2020 Democratic Party National Convention, and Milwaukee appears to be the favorite.
Future of Foxconn & Clean Wisconsin on safe drinking water.
The back and forth decision making for Foxconn’s plans in Wisconsin seems to come to a halt for now as the company sent a statement reassuring their commitment to the dairy state.
A day after the technology company Foxconn said it was shifting from employing manufacturing jobs to research and development a Japan news outlet reports the company would halt its construction plans.
Two Dane County supervisors have stepped down from positions to accept jobs in Governor Tony Evers’ administration.
Only 35 percent in the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll express confidence in Trump to make the right decisions for the country’s future.
Political reporters break down this week in politics and two lawmakers talk compromise, divided government.
Wisconsin state Sen. Fred Risser is proposing a bill that would prohibit wildlife hunting contests.
The White House is preparing a draft proclamation for President Donald Trump to declare a national emergency along the southern border and has identified more than $7 billion in potential funds.
Two lawmakers making history in Wisconsin talk about divided government, finding compromise and why they decided to run for office.