Vos criticized Gov. Tony Evers in a pair of tweets, but limited replies to those tweets to only the 768 accounts he follows.
President-elect Joe Biden is recognizing 8-year-old Madison-area resident Morgan Marsh-McGlone for her online lemonade stand that raised more than $50,000.
But for the armored vehicles, extra barricades and rooftop surveillance teams, Sunday was just another dreary winter day on Madison’s Capitol Square.
On this episode of Rewind: Your Week in Review, WisconsinEye senior producer Steve Walters and WisPolitics.com editor JR Ross discuss issues o…
Law enforcement prepares for armed protestors at the state Capitol in Madison, Wis., Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021.
The study finds the problem may be worse than we thought, with implications for health, education and prosperity -- problems that are further exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has pushed nearly every aspect of daily life online.
Gov. Tony Evers also announced plans to issue another 60-day extension of Wisconsin's mask mandate, which was first issued in July.
The Indiana Statehouse will be closed to the public and the General Assembly will not meet next week due the high number of threats against governmental entities across the country.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court held a public hearing on a petition for a proposed rule relating to redistricting. The rule would indicate that if…
Also on Thursday, Assembly Minority Leader Gordon Hintz condemned the actions of 15 state Republicans who signed a letter to Vice President Mike Pence seeking to halt the count of electoral votes last week.
Madison police are bracing for potential unrest ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration Wednesday but say they are unaware of any specific threats to public safety.
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The CDC recommends the use of face masks in public settings, especially among individuals who are not in the same household.
"Trying to impeach this president a second time, which has never happened before in the history of our country, is just one more divisive and political act," Rep. Scott Fitzgerald said.
"It just seemed like a normal Wednesday," Madison native Karlin Younger said. "How could I possibly be looking at a bomb?"
During the hearing, several GOP lawmakers, including Sen. Rob Stafsholt, R-New Richmond, criticized the state Department of Natural Resources, including Secretary Preston Cole, for submitting written testimony, but not participating in-person.
Evers' proposal would appropriate more than $5.3 million to allow the state Department of Workforce Development to begin modernizing the unemployment system immediately, rather than wait for spending approval in the upcoming 2021-23 budget session.
During the 2021 State of the State Address, Governor Tony Evers (D-Wisconsin) called on the Legislature to hold a special session on modernizi…