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Walker promises to provide UW state aid to cover tuition cut

Gov. Scott Walker said today he would provide the UW System additional state aid to cover his proposed tuition cuts for resident undergrads. Walker declined...

Walker reached settlement with 10 vendors to reduce presidential campaign debt

Gov. Scott Walker reached settlements with 10 vendors paying them less than what he owed to help retire his campaign debt, according to a...

Walker’s campaign says he paid off presidential debt last month

Gov. Scott Walker paid off his remaining presidential campaign debt last month, meeting his promise to take care care of his outstanding bills by...

State superintendent candidate proposes education board to oversee DPI

State superintendent candidate John Humphries is calling for a state education board that would boost oversight of the state's top education official. Humphries said Thursday...

Committee assignments taking shape for Wis. congressional delegation

Committee assignments are starting to firm up for Wisconsin’s members of Congress, including U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan announcing he’ll serve on Appropriations. The appointment, which...

Feingold outraised Johnson by nearly $3.9M

Dem Russ Feingold outraised U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson by almost $3.9 million in a losing effort, according to their post-election reports. But adding in outside...

Ziegler to run unopposed for re-election to state Supreme Court

Justice Annette Ziegler will face no challengers in the upcoming spring election, the first Supreme Court incumbent in more than 10 years to run...

Ziegler may be unopposed in re-election bid

State Supreme Court Justice Annette Ziegler may be unopposed this spring in her bid for a second 10-year term. No one had registered to challenge...