Governor Tony Evers said his proudest accomplishment in his first 100 days in office was creating the “people’s budget,” a term used by Evers after touring the state collecting input from voters.
An original Women’s Army Corps officer and World War II Veteran is asking you to help make her impending 100th birthday even more special.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a recall for the Field and Stream Timberline Hang On tree stands due to a fall hazard.
Each count carries a maximum penalty of $10,000 in fines and/or three and a half years in prison.
More than $11,131 will be given to the Town of Madge in Washburn County in order to help reimburse the local government for damage caused by severe storms last September.
Severe Weather Awareness week continues Tuesday with the topics of lightning, hail and damaging winds.
The chairman of the Oneida Nation is calling on Wisconsin lawmakers to eliminate remaining American Indian high school mascots, protect the environment and aggressively fight chronic wasting disease
Ashland officials will be holding a community forum as sewage overflows into Lake Superior continue to plague the South Shore town.
Gov. Tony Evers and Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes announced the third stop of their statewide budget listening tour to hear from people of Wisconsin about what the governor’s budget means to Wisconsinites and their families.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) says there will be multiple projects happening soon in the northwest part of the state, including Barron, Bayfield and Douglas counties.
Officials with the Wisconsin DNR say the public has even greater opportunities this year to weigh in on proposed fish and wildlife rules at this year’s Spring Hearings.
An Ashland man has been found guilty of one count of sexual assault with a child.
University of Wisconsin System officials say they’re starting to craft a new policy governing consultations with Wisconsin’s American Indian tribes