Local officials want to reassure residents about their drinking water, even amid questions about health risks and who will pay to clean up the contamination.
At least 52 Milwaukee County residents died while experiencing homelessness in 2021 — a significant increase that’s likely undercounted, officials say.
Support for abortion rights drove women to the polls in Tuesday’s elections. But for many, the issue took on higher meaning, part of an overarching concern about the future of democracy.
Fentanyl and other potent synthetic opioids ingrained in the nation’s illicit drug supply are killing more people in the U.S. than any other drug has. But mistaken beliefs persist about fentanyl, how it is trafficked and why so many people are dying.
Answers to questions about baby formula access, particularly for those enrolled in Wisconsin’s Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program.
Groups across the state have searched for alternatives to get food that would be wasted to people in need.
Retrofitted semi-trailers carrying produce, dairy and meat bring needed fresh food to underserved areas — but the economics are daunting
A lifeline could disappear due to a pollution lawsuit that has implications for the 1.7 million Wisconsinites who rely on private wells.
‘There’s nothing that hits you in the gut harder than the thought that you don’t have safe drinking water,’ the retiring Democrat says.
Milwaukee holds the second-highest poverty rate among large U.S. cities, leaving many residents with impossible choices.
A guide for nativating reproductive health care under Wisconsin’s 173-year-old abortion ban.
Federal government assistance for paid time off due to COVID-19 has ended, but some employers accommodate ailing workers amid a lingering labor shortage