Supreme Court takes over appeal in lame-duck suit

A divided state Supreme Court today decided to take over an appeal that had been filed in one of two lame-duck lawsuits originating out...

U.S. Rep. Ron Kind: Celebrates Earth Day

Contact: Aaron White Phone: 202-225-5506 Aaron.White@mail.house.gov La Crosse – On Monday, the country will come together to celebrate Earth Day and recommit to conserving our natural resources....

Dept. of Justice: Wisconsin woman sentenced to 5 years in prison, 7 years supervision...

MADISON, Wis. – Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul announced that Erica Ducommun was sentenced by Outagamie County Circuit Court Judge Mark McGinnis to five...

City of Milwaukee Health Department: Urges precaution as measles activity continues

Residents reminded that it’s not too late for measles vaccine MILWAUKEE – With the holidays just around the corner, the City of Milwaukee Health Department...

DOT reviews personalized plate requests forward, backward, upside down to catch sex, drug references

One Wisconsin driver sought to brand his vehicle with a personalized "H8WI" license plate last April. And countless others wanted to flash "4TWENY" -- or...

Rewind: Your Week in Review for April 19

On this week's episode, WisPolitics.com's JR Ross and WisconsinEye's Steve Walters discuss Foxconn, the Supreme Court taking up a lawsuit over extraordinary session laws, Lincoln Hills and more.

Rep. Shankland: Honored for distinguished service on behalf of CDFIs

Note: If this post has anything to do with Evers, the Evers administration or lame-duck legislation and related lawsuits, please tag it as Evers...

Peter Annin: Book excerpt: ‘Great Lakes Water Wars’

With Gov. Tony Evers suggesting a new Foxconn contract and Earth Day approaching, here is an excerpt from Peter Annin's "Great Lakes Water Wars" detailing a controversial diversion to help the Tawainese company.

Protect Our Care: Medicaid expansion would save $100 million annually

Contact: Joe Zepecki jz@jzcomms.com 202-445-1517 MILWAUKEE - UW-Madison's Center for Research On the Wisconsin Economy released a new study this week demonstrating that Wisconsin would “save nearly $100 million annually...

WisOpinion.com: ‘The Insiders’ discuss Soglin’s legacy as Madison mayor

With Paul Soglin leaving office this week, WisOpinion Insiders Jensen & Chvala reflect on the legacy of the capital city's longtime mayor. Sponsored by the Wisconsin Counties Association and Michael Best Strategies.

FRI News Summary: Foxconn says it’s committed to Wisconsin

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Paul Fanlund: In Trump’s America, the left didn’t start the fire

Some analysts are saying both sides of the political aisle are responsible for an increase in political hate, but if it's rage we're talking about, that's coming from Trump supporters.

David Blaska: The party’s over for the Trump-crazed left

The Mueller report is definitive as in “case closed” — there was no collusion with Russia.

Will Flanders: New UW study uses questionable assumptions to justify Medicaid expansion

Liberal proponents of expansion are attempting to muddy the waters and undermine the common sense notion that there is no free lunch, even in healthcare.

Alan Talaga: Take the money!

It’s time for Wisconsin to accept federal dollars to expand Medicaid eligibility.

James Rowen: Four questions of cost and liability hang over Foxconn project

There are bigger questions raised by the Foxconn project than what devices the company may build on disappearing farmland in Mt. Pleasant and how many human workers will eventually he hired in subsidized production there.