Republican David Prosser accepted donations from the state Republican Party when he was on the court, did not recuse from cases involving a law he helped pass as a lawmaker, and was investigated after a physical altercation with a liberal justice.
The positive numbers come at a time when UW continues to fight with the Republican-controlled Legislature over funding and legislative leaders have yet to implement a pay raise for UW and state employees.
While expensive, bachelor’s degrees provide higher earnings potential for U.S. workers. As you head off to college, see how the highest-paying jobs compare in 5 area cities, according to labor statistics.
rents are still rising and generally remain high, creating affordability issues in many parts of the country, as inflation and the end of pandemic eviction protections continue to drag on renters’ budgets.
By SARA BURNETT, JILL COLVIN and JONATHAN J. COOPER
The Republican presidential candidates vying to be the leading alternative to front-runner Donald Trump fought -- sometimes bitterly – over abortion rights, U.S. support for Ukraine and the future of the party during the first primary debate of the 2024 campaign
Army Corporal Donald DuPont, a native of Alma Center, WI, was reported missing in action at the age of 22, while fighting enemy forces near the Chosin Reservoir, in North Korea. DuPont was laid to rest 72 years later.
Department of Safety and Professional Services incident and inspection reports revealed what caused a carnival ride at the Forest County Festival in July to stop mid-ride leaving passengers strapped upside-down for hours.
When Republican candidates for president gather for their first debate Wednesday in Milwaukee, the spotlight will not only be on them but also on Wisconsin’s role as one of a shrinking handful of genuine battleground states
Police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, have launched an internal investigation after a video posted to social media appears to show an officer punching a Black man the officer mistakenly thought was involved in a hit-and-run crash
Wisconsin Democratic Gov. Tony Evers is calling a special legislative session for September in longshot attempt quickly dismissed by Republicans to approve funding they rejected earlier this year for child care services, a family leave program, the University of Wisconsin System and other efforts targeting the state’s worker shortage problem
The conservative chief justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court is accusing her liberal colleagues of a “raw exercise of overreaching power” after they flexed their new majority and fired the director of the state’s court system