The subject of April manhunt that ended with his capture in Vernon County goes on trial Monday at a federal court in Madison
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The three-story, 15,000-square-foot food processing facility and food-based workforce training center will be attached to the Public Market.
Supporters say the Madison Public Market will be a crossroads of cultural diversity and entrepreneurship, providing a and benefit both budding and established businesses and be a destination for the community and visitors.
Gov. Scott Walker is going to bat for a last-ditch Republican plan to remake the American health care system that would give him and other governors far more say over how health coverage works in their states.
The Wisconsin Elections Commission plans to work together with federal, state and local elections officials on the plan in advance of next year's elections to prevent any security breaches.
But state and local officials say ground water monitoring shows the tests aren't needed at the Goodman Community Center.
Here's how members of Wisconsin's congressional delegation voted on major issues this week.
Police Chief Mike Koval says a shortage of patrol officers is driving the program cancellation, to the disappointment of Madison school leaders.
Evers gave his annual address at the same time Gov. Scott Walker signed the 2017-19 state budget.
Walker's changes shortened the time officials have to move the Educational Approval Board into a state department from several months to a few days.
In "Two Minutes with Mitch" local radio personality Mitch Henck gives his view of using unnamed sources in journalism
But the governor touts help for K-12, UW students.
Members of the Wisconsin state Senate and Assembly were granted per diem expense reimbursements for 8,167 days-worth of work totaling $676,463 in 2016, according to public records.
The indictment marks the first time criminal charges have been leveled for defrauding the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation.
In "Two Minutes with Mitch" local radio personality Mitch Henck gives his two cents on Madison Mayor Paul Soglin's reaction to a state budget provision that could curb the city's ability to expand or build sidewalks, bike lanes and bike trails.
Baldwin and a bipartisan group of senators are hopeful that Congress will make time to approve their proposal to reauthorize the Perkins Loan program.
But the state's Department of Justice says the Foxconn law "will pass constitutional muster."
Among the vetoes is a plan to give more money to school districts that spend less per student than the majority of other districts.
The Madison City Council voted Tuesday to simplify transportation-related committees and is moving forward with a $2.5 million loan to assist Exact Sciences in building a second processing laboratory in Madison.
The Republican Governors Association has quietly launched an online publication that looks like an independent media outlet.
The state right-to-work law, which has been upheld in federal court, was upheld Tuesday by a state appeals court.
Felons would be allowed to possess antique guns and muzzloading guns.
Hintz replaces Rep. Peter Barca of Kenosha, who was pressured by his caucus to resign earlier this month.
The Republican-controlled Legislature, acting two months late, has passed the state's next budget. It was the longest such delay in a decade, with the deadline for its enactment being July 1.
The Madison City Council will vote on a $300,000 loan Tuesday that would assist the Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center to buy a nearby playground, basketball court and parking lot.