The Mississippi River has reached near-historic lows for the second year in a row, which is slowing down shipping and driving up costs for everyone from barge companies to grain elevators.
Solar advocates say there should be a uniform policy for compensating residential solar generation, rather than allowing “ad-hoc major reforms utility by utility.”
Former House Speaker Paul Ryan said Tuesday that Republicans will lose the presidential election if Donald Trump is the nominee.
George Stanley, a nationally respected veteran news leader and longtime Milwaukee Journal Sentinel editor, has been named CEO of Wisconsin Watch, effective Oct. 16.
A liberal watchdog group on Monday sued a secret panel investigating the criteria for impeaching a liberal Wisconsin Supreme Court justice, asking a judge to order the panel to stop meeting behind closed doors.
A group of Republican Wisconsin lawmakers on Thursday proposed impeaching Wisconsin Elections Commission Administrator Meagan Wolfe as Democrats wage a legal battle to keep the nonpartisan administrator in office.
Wisconsin preschoolers are five times likelier to be expelled than students in K-12 schools. Providers and advocates are working to lower the risk.
The Environmental Protection Agency is funding four new research projects into a fundamental drinking water challenge: how to make sure water stays clean of illness-causing microbes without accidentally creating toxic chemicals.
Republican legislators Monday announced a bill that would devote more than $614 million in public funding to repair and renovate the Milwaukee Brewers’ stadium — far more than taxpayers spent to build it more than two decades ago.
Evers administration says only one Diverse Business Grant has been suspended, but Cynthia Brown case shows challenge of distributing federal relief funds.
Addressing societal factors — including stress caused by poverty and racism and lack of access to health care — could improve pregnancy outcomes, research shows.
Wisconsin’s Republican-controlled Assembly passed a sweeping redistricting reform plan that takes the power of drawing maps out of the hands of lawmakers and gives it to nonpartisan staff. But Democratic Gov. Tony Evers has all but promised to veto the bill that he called “bogus.”