With the regular session of the state Legislature on track to end before April, Democratic lawmakers rolled out a draft bill to renew their quest for a paid family leave program in Wisconsin.
Teachers across the country are grappling with whether to view AI tools like ChatGPT as friend or foe in the classroom.
The share of U.S. workers who belong to a union fell slightly to 10% in 2023, from 10.1% a year earlier, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
U.S. employees are increasingly struggling with mental health challenges tied to their jobs, such as depression, anxiety and burnout.
Cases of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) are increasing in Wisconsin, and state health officials are urging pregnant women and people who are 60 or older to get a vaccine to protect against the illness.
For drivers around the country, the prices that are being seen at the pump are a welcome sign.
The Wisconsin legislature held a hearing on a bipartisan bill to change how Wisconsinites choose their Congressional candidates by asking them to rank their preferred candidates rather than vote for a single one.
Consumer advocates warned more people report being targeted by scammers as key information to protect their financial identity is not always getting through, and a Wisconsin expert hopes holiday shoppers take note.
Governor Tony Evers and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation recently announced that $2.5 billion from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s Corridor Identification and Development (ID) Program will be used to study the expansion of rail service across Wisconsin.
Governor Tony Evers recently signed a bill requiring one semester of financial literacy education in Wisconsin’s schools.