Former congressman Paul Ryan is moving his family to a suburb of Washington, D.C., Politico reported Tuesday.
Freshman Republican U.S. Rep. Bryan Steil will have a Democratic challenger for his 1st District seat next year.
Rep. Deb Kolste, D-Janesville, has introduced legislation intended to prevent consumers from receiving surprise medical bills.
Rock County Board members narrowly voted Thursday to table a resolution that would place a non-binding advisory referendum on the spring 2020 ballot asking voters if they think Wisconsin should expand Medicaid.
Rock County Board members will vote Thursday on whether to place an advisory referendum on the 2020 spring ballot asking voters if they think Wisconsin should expand Medicaid as allowed under the federal Affordable Care Act.
Area legislators are split along party lines in their support for the 2019-21 state budget approved by the Republican-controlled Legislature last week.
Rep. Bryan Steil announced a "telephone town hall" for Wednesday.
The 1st Congressional District's new representative on Tuesday discussed the first bill he has authored.
First Congressional District Rep. Bryan Steil will hold a listening session at Milton City Hall on Friday.
As talks about merging fire and emergency medical services departments amplify, legislators this week will unveil a bill that would give volunteer firefighters and EMS workers tax credits.
State Rep. Tyler August says he believes Gov. Tony Evers' proposed $1.4 billion hike in education funding is unrealistic. But after touring two Delavan-area schools Monday, he said he expects some kind of funding increase to pass the Legislature.
Beloit Turner High School on Monday got a $25,000 grant to expand its fabrication laboratory and a visit from Gov. Tony Evers, who praised the school district's project during the state's "Fab Lab Day."
The new 1st District representative will hold a "telephone town hall" at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
The former speaker of the House spoke to about 700 people at Forward Janesville's annual dinner Tuesday night
Here are the unofficial vote totals for other races in Tuesday's election.
One newcomer will join the Delavan-Darien School Board after Tuesday's election, and two incumbents will retain their seats.
Newcomers Jan Klaehn and Rene Johnson toppled incumbents Curtis Nyhus and Eric Busse to win seats on the Evansville School Board.
A mildly strong Election Day turnout boosted Rock County’s voting numbers, allowing the county to surpass earlier low predictions.
Elkhorn voters picked Tom Myrin, a council incumbent, to serve again on the city council as the District 5 alderman.
As Whitewater's newly elected city council member in District 3, Brienne Brown says she's got groceries on the brain.
Janesville City Council’s four incumbents comfortably won re-election Tuesday night, but the fifth-place finisher still has a chance to earn a seat.
Whitewater Unified School District voters on Tuesday chose one incumbent and one newcomer to fill two open school board seats.
Voters rejected the Clinton School District's $41.9 million facilities referendum Tuesday, prompting the school board president to say that officials might look at another referendum.
Incumbents Theresa Rusch and Larry Laehn and newcomer Bill Wilson won the three open seats on the Milton City Council on Tuesday.
Milton School District voters approved a $59.9 million referendum Tuesday, ending three years of friction over how to address the district's ailing facilities.
Here's what you need to know if you're one of the few heading to the polls on Tuesday.
A flier supporting the Milton School District's $59.9 million referendum wound up in some district residents' mailboxes, but it does not violate state law, a State Ethics Commission official said Friday.
Members of the state's budget committee will hold a public hearing on the proposed 2019-21 budget Friday, April 5, at the Pontiac Convention Center, 2809 N. Pontiac Drive, Janesville.
The Janesville City Council race has one registered write-in candidate, Richard Reinke.
Voters will decide Tuesday whether to allow the school district to borrow $59.9 million for additions and renovations to nearly every school; additions to the high school’s technical education areas, STEM classrooms and gymnasium; a new high school pool; and district maintenance.
Attorneys Chad Buehler and Patrick Taylor are in the running to be Whitewater's next municipal judge.
The race for Janesville School Board features five incumbents for five seats, but that doesn't mean voters shouldn't vote.