More than a year after the Army abandoned a plan to build a municipal water system for residents living near a shuttered ammunition plant, Sen. Tammy Baldwin says the Army needs to reconsider building the system.
Katelyn Ferral is The Cap Times' public affairs and investigative reporter. She joined the paper in 2015 and previously covered the energy industry for the Pittsburgh Tribune Review. She's also covered state politics and government in North Carolina.
The U.S. Supreme Court has sent Wisconsin's partisan gerrymandering case, Gill v. Whitford, back to the federal District Court, giving plaintiffs another opportunity to show that Democratic voters in the state have been discriminated against because of how voting districts were drawn by Republicans.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday sent Wisconsin's partisan gerrymandering case back to the federal District Court, giving plaintiffs another opportunity to show Democratic voters in the state have been discriminated against based on their political party affiliation because of how voting districts were drawn by Republicans.
Lawmakers argued Thursday over how to allocate $60 million in unanticipated federal transportation money.
Frank Allen served in the U.S. Army during World War I. The name on the arched, white headstone commemorating his life and service reads “FRARK ALLEN.”
Attorney General Brad Schimel is using a lawsuit aimed at repealing the federal Affordable Care Act to raise money for his re-election campaign, a move his opponents call a hypocritical waste of taxpayer dollars.
California Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris joined Sen. Tammy Baldwin in Madison Saturday morning to encourage young professionals to rally around Baldwin as she faces a tough bid to keep her U.S. Senate seat this fall.
At 84, Abrahamson is Wisconsin's longest serving Supreme Court justice, serving more than 40 years.
Nearly three years after Wisconsin kicked off an expansive initiative to catalog and test old sexual assault kits, Attorney General Brad Schimel said Tuesday that the state has completed its inventory and sent each kit designated for testing to private labs. Testing is scheduled to be complete by the end of the year.
A federal judge in New York Wednesday said President Donald Trump is not permitted under the U.S. Constitution to block Twitter users from his tweets.