By Brian Hughes | 02/18/14 04:00 PM
President Obama penned an apology letter to an art history professor taken aback by his jab at students who majored in the subject.
By Associated Press | 02/18/14 08:39 AM
Republican state senators appear to have reached agreement on Gov. Scott Walker's $504 million property and income tax cut plan, scheduling a vote Wednesday in the Legislature's budget committee to approve the bill.
By Associated Press | 02/11/14 09:10 AM
The scheduled vote Tuesday comes even as Republican Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald has been critical of the Assembly moving ahead before the Legislature's budget committee has considered the bill.
By Rebecca Berg | 02/03/14 06:37 PM
Gov. Scott Walker, R-Wis., will be a featured speaker at a Republican Jewish Coalition meeting in March, the group announced to supporters Monday -- the latest step by Walker to continue building his national profile within the Republican Party. Walker will speak March 29 at the RJC's spring...
02/03/14 10:42 AM
Wisconsin officials have nearly quadrupled the number of offenders released from state custody after they were committed as sexually violent persons.
02/03/14 10:39 AM
Willie Huerta, a suspended Milwaukee police detective, says stress of being investigated, arrested and strip-searched has left him unfit to serve.
By Associated Press | 01/27/14 10:39 AM
Nobody can fold a box quite like Patrick Young. Gov. Scott Walker learned that first hand as Young, who has Down syndrome, led a 2012 tour of Tailored Label Products in Menomonee Falls. Young challenged Walker to put together specialized packaging used by the company — think of it as a...
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