On the corner of 13th Avenue and 52nd Street, a network of men who care about the well-being of Kenosha’s central city are getting more than just haircuts.
State Republicans have already signaled plans to scrap the Democratic governor's budget and draft their own from scratch
The legislation would give the Legislature a greater say over state of emergency declarations.
The ballot includes questions on a carbon tax, an oil pipeline and high-capacity wells as well as hunting of albino deer and fish bag limits.
On this episode of Rewind: Your Week in Review, WisconsinEye host and Capital Times reporter Briana Reilly and WisPolitics.com editor JR Ross …
“Truly every aspect of our lives has been turned on its head,” said Malia Jones, a UW-Madison infectious disease epidemiologist.