The Sauk County Board have to settle an open records lawsuit with the Baraboo News Republic.
Current and former Madison School Board members are questioning whether private meetings with the district superintendent violate open meetings laws.
State justice department agents are investigating whether five Rhinelander officials violated the open meetings law by participating in a walking quorum.
A week after a group of Merrill citizens filed recall papers for five of eight city council members accused of not protecting the interests of constituents, about 50 people gathered for a recall rally.
Although two sheriff’s deputies apparently each drove to work while intoxicated and in possession of a firearm, neither was referred for criminal charges.
An investigation has found that district attorneys take far longer than the state’s three-week guideline to decide on charges in sexual assault cases.
The Kemper Center may be a public park, but Kemper Center Inc. is not subject to open records law, according to a state appellate court decision.
Public records show the city of Racine owes nearly $3 million in legal fees to a Milwaukee law firm for represenation in three case.
A coalition of 40 news organizations submitted comments this week to the U.S. Department of the Interior opposing changes to the Freedom of Information Act.
The courts are clear. The law is clear. The refusals must stop. The public has a right to know about public employee records.