An emerging class of chemicals that have prompted heightened security concerns nationally have been found at four Wisconsin military sites.
The Oshkosh Police Department can now destroy some body camera footage after 120 days instead of seven years, the Oshkosh Northwestern reported.
The Department of Labor has announced that it will conduct public listening sessions to gather input on changes to Fair Labor Standards Act exemptions.
Travis Northern introduced himself Wednesday as the newest reporter for the Lake Geneva Regional News, though to some he was likely a familiar face.
MILWAUKEE – In a joint program with the Rotary Club of Milwaukee next month, the Milwaukee Press Club will invite Gov. Scott Walker to discuss how Wisconsin is working and to share his vision for the future. Walker will speak Tuesday, Sept. 4 in Memorial Hall at the War Memorial Center, 750 N. Lincoln Memorial Drive,…
A survey by the Wisconsin Policy Forum suggests “dark store” tax appeals are on the rise as many communities plan advisory referendums this fall. Local officials in 215 Wisconsin communities said they had 79 dark store cases in 2017, up from 63 in 2016 and 66 in 2015.
In a tremendous victory for newspapers across the country, the International Trade Commission voted this morning to reverse tariffs imposed on newsprint imported from Canada.
Journalists in Wisconsin will have the opportunity to attend free training workshops this fall ahead of the 2018 midterm elections.
How did you become a Green Bay Packers fan? The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel asked readers that question earlier this month, receiving hundreds of stories in return.
As part of their effort to encourage in-depth analysis of important issues, the Milwaukee Press Club is bringing experts together Sept. 12 on the UW-Milwaukee campus to discuss the #MeToo movement and sexual harassment.