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The anti-abortion group has supported Walker in past elections, but did not endorse him this year. His website still touts the group's endorsement.
Long-time Wisconsin State Journal sports reporter Tom Mulhern died Friday of complications from Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.
Rasmussen Reports and St. Norbert College/Wisconsin Public Radio polls show one-point leads for Burke and Gov. Scott Walker, respectively.
ESPN commentator Skip Bayless has long been a contrarian in his criticism of the player many think is the NFL's best.
A letter requesting an endorsement lays out the governor's positions on abortion and same-sex marriage more clearly than he has in some public interviews.
Among the nearly 16,000 emails released by Milwaukee County on Tuesday is correspondence between former treasurer John Hiller and top county official Cindy Archer.
A former top executive at the Waterloo-based company said he is talking about it now in response to questions.
A former Trek Bicycle executive who worked at the company in the 1990s and 2000s says media accounts suggesting Mary Burke was let go from her family's company don't jibe with what she knows.
Eliminating the gas tax and replacing it with a sales tax would stabilize the fund over the long term, Walker said.
Backers call Thursday's U.S. Supreme Court decision just a temporary setback to eventual implementation of the law.
The first-term GOP governor leads Burke 46-45 percent among registered voters.
A poll of registered voters by Gravis Marketing has Burke at 50 percent and Walker at 45 percent.
Voters won’t need a photo ID to cast a ballot on Nov. 4 after a U.S. Supreme Court decision Thursday night.
Madison improv comedian Brandon Jensen posted the video, in which he puts nonsense phrases in the governor's mouth, on Monday.
Bob Seger goes all 1960s folk song on Wisconsin mining.
Teachers support the district's new behavior plan, but say implementation is a challenge.
The assistance given to John Hiller, one of three bidders on a Milwaukee County real-estate deal, was revealed in thousands of emails released Tuesday.
As an Edgerton man was dying in June from a drug overdose, two women, including his cousin, shoved him into the cab of his pickup truck and ho…
I'd heard sophomore forward Nigel Hayes had improved his outside shooting, and that certainly appears to be the case.