Milwaukee-area students join legions of their peers across the nation, aiming for stricter gun control and safer schools.
A work by Kehinde Wiley – who painted President Obama’s official White House portrait – hangs in the Milwaukee Art Museum.
Scott Fitzgerald cites rampant violation of unenforced state liquor laws; brewers large and small call proposed office a solution in search of a problem.
The governor changes his approach every two to four years. This time, will he own up to his moderate ways?
Could gender and geography trump ideology in Wisconsin high court race?
The future is still cloudy for the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, after the failure of a legislative attempt to clarify the cultural venue’s ownership.
Randy “Iron Stache” Bryce has gained national attention, but not everyone is convinced he can defeat Paul Ryan.
‘Mother Jones’ story recounts experiences of African American voters, plus recent UW research.
The offspring of a state senator-turned-lobbyist is building a political career from the ground up.
The deep Wisconsin roots of the redistricting battle that could redraw political maps across the country