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The former U.S. Senator from Texas will speak at the organization's fundraising event on May 6.
The state added 6,400 private jobs in March according to preliminary estimates by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The ability of special interests to spend unlimited amounts to elect lawmakers leads to a system of legal bribery.
This Saturday's FoodCamp includes workshops on seed saving, home-brewing beer, nut milk, sourdough bread, gardening, bee-keeping and more.
Research Roundup: Colonscopy In The Countryside; Retiree Health Benefits; What Should Hip Surgery Cost?
Each week, KHN compiles a selection of recently released health policy studies and briefs.
State Debate: Milwaukee Bucks' arena still far from reality despite Herb Kohl, says Journal Sentinel
A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.
The MPHonline infographic mashes up statistics on homelessness, unemployment and the cost of housing and gets a possible solution.
Dear Editor: Ed Garvey's column, "Workers should not have to rely on tips to live," about blew me out of my chair. He says, "Some money (in the tip jar), we suspect, may even go to the manager…
Bygone Brand and Lost Madison are releasing special T-shirts featuring O'Cayz Corral and Headliners.
Morning briefing: Survey shows decline in smoking, drinking, sex among Wisconsin high school students
Stories that are making the news today in Madison and around the state and country.
An appeals court has ruled that Sen. Jon Erpenbach can't keep secret the names of people who sent him emails. That's good news. The same ruling should apply to people who write big checks to f…
In the wake of three murders in Kansas City by a white supremacist, a report will be released soon linking registered members of two white supremacist online forums to more than 100 murders — …
The nonprofit leader and brother of Chris Farley is applying for a temporary seat on the Madison City Council. His appearance at a 2010 Walker rally is not what it looked like, he says.
Dear Editor: Spring has sprung. The sleeping forests, the frozen ponds, the birds that fly are back safe and sound.
Dear Editor: The present group in power here in Wisconsin (Walker, et al.) seem never to have heard of the separation of church and state. More likely, they probably believe in pushing their r…