Across Wisconsin, 13 counties — from all parts of the state — have voted for Democrats and Republicans alike. Experts say the factors include turnout, changes in news consumption and the narrowed focus of the Democratic Party to Madison and Milwaukee.
Melrose-Mindoro Superintendent DelRoy DeBerg says an expansion of the state voucher program would pose as a challenge to school funding.
The Observatory fact-checked a tweet from Senate District 10 candidate Diane Odeen about education cuts. Her claims were only partly true, so we turned to a school in her district to gauge their significance.
After the enactment of the Affordable Care Act the Supreme Court ruled that individual states could choose whether or not to accept federal funds to increase Medicaid eligibility in their state. Including Wisconsin, 19 states have declined to explan Medicaid eligibility in their states in return for these federal Medicare dollars.
Even though residents find road conditions suitable, La Crosse County Highway Commissioner says more funding is needed.
We follow up on a fact-check regarding Mark Harris, the Democratic candidate for the 18th State Senate District of Wisconsin, and his claim about the minimum wage.
School of Journalism and Mass Communication has lost faculty members but faced with a hiring freeze, there is no strategy to replace them.
Even though Onalaska has seen increases in state aid over the last six years, they have struggled to support school costs.