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Wisconsin College Spent $100K Investigating Instructor for Allegedly Saying Police Department Was 'Full of Racists'
The investigation was launched after the local police chief complained and reached out to the Wisconsin Department of Justice.
The Taiwan-based tech company promised to open "innovation centers" in several cities around the state. But now those are on hold, too.
It's not just the cost of the tariffs that are hurting the economy. "The indirect costs are enormous," says one Wisconsin CEO.
SCOTUS says it is constitutional for police to draw blood from unconscious drunk driving suspects.
The jail, which saw several deaths, was overseen by former Sheriff David Clarke at the time.
Derek Williams told police that he couldn't breath while sitting in the back of a police car.
Foxconn is reconsidering its plans to build a manufacturing facility that was supposed to create 13,000 blue collar jobs.
Now that a Democrat will be governor, Wisconsin GOP is suddenly uncomfortable with letting governors direct economic development schemes.
Looks like Scott Walker got Foxconned
Will Cronyism Doom Scott Walker's Re-election? Here's What to Watch in Next Week's Gubernatorial Races.
Two other Republican incumbents in the Midwest could also be in trouble. And Stacey Abrams could become America's first black female governor.
A Wisconsin town is spending billions, seizing homes, and breaking state law to lure a Taiwanese company.
Marijuana legalization is growing in popularity among Midwestern voters, and has become a wedge issue in several key races.
New poll finds Walker trailing his Democratic rival by five points and that many voters believe the state paid too much to lure Foxconn.
To understand what has happened to the Republican Party, consider the trajectory of the Wisconsin governor.
Some concerned bystanders thought a robbery was taking place.
Residents continue riding the scooters in a stirring display of civil disobedience.
Marquette is ordered to reinstate John McAdams.
The dealmaker in chief abuses his power to cripple companies that anger him and reward those that please him-and his fellow Republicans enable it.
State and local officials are doling out $4.5 billion and 1,000 acres to lure the Taiwanese manufacturing giant.
The court relies on a debunked recidivism estimate to justify tagging and surveillance of sex offenders.
The U.S. Supreme Court said local regulators could treat two lots owned by the same family as if they were a single parcel. A new law aims to stop that.
And if they were, state licensing laws probably wouldn't be the best way to stop them.
Despite a May ruling declaring the ban unconstitutional, Wisconsin continued to target home bakers.
Social science could help identify objective principles for creating competitive voting districts.
On the cusp of ending a two-month budget impasse, Wisconsin lawmakers might stick it to Airbnb and other short-term rental platforms.
Remember the time someone died of thirst inside David Clarke's jail?
Do augmented reality games get First Amendment protections like books, movies, and traditional video games?
A win for home chefs
Tamara Loertscher gave birth to a healthy baby boy in 2015. Then she challenged the Wisconsin law that nearly kept them apart.
Man died after seven days without water in Milwaukee County's jail.
Prosecutors in Milwaukee County ask a jury to consider whether to charge anybody.
In 2008, Obama told GM factory workers in Janesville, Wisconsin, that the plant would "be here for another 100 years." It has since closed, leaving thousands unemployed.
Supreme Court Will Examine Whether a Wisconsin Family Needs Government Permission to Sell Their Land
A dispute over 2.5 acres of land in the Wisconsin woods has morphed into a major property rights case. Several other states are watching it closely.
Former Milwaukee Cop Charged in Fatal Shooting of Sylville Smith; Was Fired for Separate Sexual Assault Charges
Faces 60 years in prison on one count of first-degree reckless homicide.
Licensing Isn't Necessary To Protect People From Incompetent, Untrained, or Fraudulent Professionals
Sign language interpreters say licensing is needed to protect deaf people from scammers, but there's no evidence of a market failure.
Wisconsin Republicans pledge to reform occupational licensing, which hits residents of the state with nearly $2 billion annually in hidden costs.
Gov. Scott Walker said the National Guard would be available to aid local law enforcement "on request."