As Wisconsin kids head back to school, families who rely on Medicaid are reminded to ensure their children still have health insurance.
A small sailboat with a huge mission — to end the existential threat of nuclear weapons — entered Wisconsin’s waters of Lake Michigan this week, nearing the end of an 11,000 mile voyage for peace. It will dock in Sheboygan, Milwaukee and Racine for public events.
The auto industry has been dealing with challenges lately, such as higher interest rates, but analysts said there are nuances, and they stressed despite some rhetoric, sales of electric vehicles are encouraging.
Animal rights voices say as hot stretches become more common, it is important for pet owners to take short- and long-term precautions to keep their four-legged companions safe.
Air quality alerts have resurfaced in Wisconsin, with some areas experiencing the smoky air from Canadian wildfires.
The stakes are high again for Republicans and their allies this year, with a challenge to Wisconsin’s gerrymandered maps, which have locked in disproportionate Republican control of the state Legislature for more than a decade.
Mental-health coverage and using digital devices to communicate with doctors’ offices are among the health-care priorities of Generation Z.
In Wisconsin, those behind a new lawsuit said their action addresses another threat to a fair election system: partisan gerrymandering.
Gas prices throughout the United States have continued to trend upward over the past several weeks, due to increasing oil prices.
Wisconsin’s top Republican displayed his support over the weekend for country singer Jason Aldean, who has been criticized for glorifying racist ideas and gun violence in a recent song, “Try That In A Small Town.”