Assembly to take up redistricting resolution to retain core of existing districts ‘as much as possible’

The state Assembly will vote Tuesday on a resolution backing a policy to "retain as much as possible the core of existing districts.'' The Rules...

GOP voters ask federal court to stay proceedings in redistricting lawsuits

One day after the state Supreme Court agreed to hear their redistricting lawsuit, GOP voters asked a federal court to stay proceedings in two...
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DC Wrap: Pocan says fight over reconciliation is not about moderates or progressives

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Wisconsin Supreme Court agrees to take original action in redistricting lawsuit

With a federal court already moving ahead on a redistricting trial, the state Supreme Court has agreed to take original action in a case... ‘The Insiders’ debate the GOP political strategy on COVID-19

The WisOpinion Insiders, Chvala and Jensen, debate the GOP political strategy on COVID-19 and how voters may react next year. Sponsored by the Wisconsin Counties Association and Michael Best Strategies.

Kristina Shelton: Action needed to preserve abortion rights

It has never been more consequential to have our state leaders reject these attempts to gut our health care.

Dan O’Donnell: Jill Underly’s banquet

Although total spending nearly hit $18 billion and was by far the most in state history, Underly still thought the Legislature could and should do more. She doesn’t just want a banquet, it seems; she is demanding the state buy her about 36,000 banquet halls.

Reentry effort leads to 22 hires for Advocate Aurora Health

As part of its Returning Citizens initiative, Advocate Aurora Health has hired 22 formerly incarcerated individuals in the past year and provided...

Groups fighting drug abuse getting over $3.1 million in grants over five years

Five organizations working to reduce youth substance abuse in Wisconsin are getting a total of over $3.1 million in federal grants from...

State lawmakers say federal infrastructure bills could boost modernization efforts in Wisconsin

Two state lawmakers say pending federal legislation would accelerate efforts in Wisconsin to develop modern infrastructure such as electric vehicle charging stations...

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Rewind: Your Week in Review for Sept. 24

On this week's episode of "Rewind,"'s JR Ross and CBS 58’s Emilee Fannon discuss redistricting lawsuits, former Justice Michael Gableman’s 2020 election probe, State Superintendent Jill Underly’s “State of Education” address, back-to-school legislation and the latest on COVID-19.

Rewind: Your Week in Review for Sept. 17

On this week's episode of "Rewind,"'s JR Ross and CBS 58’s Emilee Fannon discuss the latest on former Justice Michael Gableman’s investigation, Bill McCoshen’s decision to pass on a guv bid and the COVID-19 testing mandate the Evers administration imposed on executive branch employees.

Nicholson’s No Better Friend Corp. launches $1.5M ad campaign

Kevin Nicholson's 501c4 is launching a $1.5 million ad campaign that promotes the group and prominently features the former U.S. Senate candidate, who is...

Rewind: Your Week in Review for Sept. 10

On this week's episode of "Rewind,"'s JR Ross and CBS 58’s Emilee Fannon discuss Rebecca Kleefisch officially kicking off her campaign, the charges filed against Milwaukee Ald. Chantia Lewis and continued developments with GOP review of the 2020 election.

Kleefisch officially announces gubernatorial bid, mounts attack on Evers over election legislation

Today's Midday podcast covers former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch's formal announcement she is running against Gov. Tony Evers in the 2022 race for Wisconsin...

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