"Never forget: Every single day you live on this planet you make some impact," Goodall said. "Every single one of you."
A Madison conservator recently traveled to Thailand to help create a plan to preserve 2,000-year-old wood coffins discovered in 2016 in a cave near the Myanmar border.
Craig Deller, a conservator, traveled to Southeast Asia in February to help researchers develop a plan designed to preserve the 2,000-year-old wooden coffins.
With the future of abortion rights and redistricting hanging in the balance, all eyes are on the April election for Wisconsin Supreme Court. But for people who find themselves in front of a judge, two questions on the ballot could have more substantial consequences than who controls the stat…
The raucous competitions have all the glitz of a rock concert and the high stakes of a pro-sports qualifying match.
Under Wisconsin's Constitution, any change to the state's charter must be done through separate amendments, even if it's to change two adjoining sentences.
Take a look at a list of highways with the most fatal crashes in Wisconsin using the Fatality Analysis Reporting System.
Southern Wisconsin from Dane and Green counties to the east is under a winter storm warning into Saturday afternoon with 4 to 9 inches of snow predicted.
Some patients have turned to private clinics and Shopko for quicker appointments.
It's taking months for some patients to be seen by a range of doctors, from cardiologists to dermatologists.
A cyberattack began early this week, and network users may have experienced intermittent service or slower than usual response times from online services, court officials said.
Wisconsin’s "estate recovery program" recouped more than $31 million in the 2019 fiscal year.
A factory farm has agreed to pay the Wisconsin Department of Justice $215,000 to settle pollution allegations. The Legislature's finance committee is slated to approve the deal during a meeting Tuesday. According to an analysis of the deal by the Legislature's attorneys, the deal will settle allegations that Kinnard Farms improperly spread manure in Kewaunee and Door counties between 2018 and 2022, failed to timely submit an engineering evaluation for a feed storage area and failed to timely submit annual nutrient management plan updates. The settlement also calls for Kinnard Farms to upgrade two waste storage facilities and a feed storage area.
"I like to play Megabucks regularly because it’s a Wisconsin game," the winner said.
Enbridge Energy wants the tunnel for a section of its Line 5 oil pipeline that crosses the bottom of the Straits of Mackinac connecting Lake Huron and Lake Michigan.
Jetrin Rodthong, of West Allis, had pleaded guilty in January to five felonies, including attempted first-degree intentional homicide.
A man who pleaded guilty to shooting a Milwaukee police officer and stealing his squad car last year has been sentenced to 40 years in prison. A Milwaukee County judge sentenced 23-year-old Jetrin Rodthong on Thursday for shooting Officer Herbert Davis III as the officer was investigating reports about a sick or injured motorist. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that Rodthong pleaded guilty in January to five felonies, including attempted first-degree intentional homicide. He shot Davis and stole his squad car in January 2022 as the officer was investigating a reported person in a vehicle who was sick or injured.
As reported by WisPolitics.com, for a third straight cycle, the state Building Commission deadlocked on Gov. Tony Evers' capital budget, sending the $3.8 billion document to the GOP-controlled Joint Finance Committee without a recommendation on an projects. There was no discussion ahead of t…
Democratic Gov. Tony Evers’ $3.8 billion proposed spending on state building projects got the thumbs down from Republicans, sending the final decision on funding to the GOP-controlled Legislature’s budget committee. Republicans on the state building commission voted Thursday against Evers’ proposal, just as they have for his prior two budgets. That means it will be up to the Legislature’s Joint Finance Committee to make the final call. That committee begins taking testimony from state agencies about the Evers budget on Tuesday. The Legislature is expected to pass its plan sometime in June, sending it to Evers who can make changes with his line-item veto power.
Scott Presler planned several “stop the steal” rallies, was on the Capitol grounds the day of the insurrection, and described it as “the largest civil rights protest in American history."
Sen. Andre Jacque, R-De Pere, said he planned to vote against creating a State Building Plan because he didn't want to limit the Joint Finance Committee's decisions.
William McDonald of West Allis faces up to 11 years in prison when he is sentenced on June 29, authorities said.
Early on the morning of Dec. 23, 2022, Dr. Majed Jandali performed his 3000th surgical procedure using robotic technology and the surgical equipment of the da Vinci robot.
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From a young age, Betsabe Castillo knew she wanted to go to college.
The video on Tek's last day as a law enforcement dog has gone viral.
The Constitution guarantees criminal defendants the right to an attorney. Yet Protasiewicz's ad suggests attorneys who fulfill this constitutional role are unfit for the state's highest court.
Video courtesy of Dodge County Sheriff's Office
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services flagged several violations, and dozens of calls to West Allis police concerned patients assaulting other patients or staff.
She wanted to be "forever happy" with her pet ducks, but Burlington's ban on farm animals prompted a teenage girl moving into the city to give up her companions.
Wisconsin, which once provided a driver’s license pathway for residents who entered the country illegally, now leaves them with few safe options.
Wisconsin's new secretary of state says she had no idea that Democratic Gov. Tony Evers was going to appoint her to the job. The governor announced Friday that Secretary of State Doug La Follette had abruptly resigned and that he had appointed former state Treasurer Sarah Godlewski to the position rather than call a special election. Republicans accused Evers of handing Godlweski the job as payback for her dropping out of a Democratic primary for U.S. Senate last year and helping Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes win the nomination. Godlewski told The Associated Press on Thursday that she was floored when Evers called her to his office on March 15 and asked her to take over for La Follette.