As one of the state's largest industries and the core of its Cheesehead identity, dairy production is heavily dependent on immigrant workers.
Summer means cream puffs and rides on a Tilt-A-Whirl for many fairgoers, but people also enjoy the thrill of competition as the culmination of months of energy on a wide variety of projects.
Local governments across Wisconsin face an open question of how they'll pay for ongoing lead pipe replacement efforts.
Wisconsin is quietly becoming a regional powerhouse in fish and shrimp farming, an industry that supplies about half of the seafood people eat around the world.
Wisconsin went crazy for bicycling in the late 19th century. Hailed as "the most independent, healthful, rapid, and convenient mode of travel" in the 1890s, Wisconsinites not only rode bikes, they made them.
An international group of geneticists, epidemiologists and public health researchers based in Australia, France and the U.S. teamed up to study a pathogen after it caused a small but deadly outbreak of illnesses in Wisconsin.
Political narratives in the United States often rely on the ideas of "rural" and "urban" as distinct and diametrically opposed places in conflict.
Law enforcement officers, emergency medical workers and lab technicians are trained to minimize their exposure to dangerous substances. The increasing use of powerful opioids — which are dangerous to inhale or even touch in very small amounts — is adding unpredictability to these risks.
This lifesaving medal was awarded to one of the volunteers involved in saving the sailors aboard the a three-masted ship foundering near Milwaukee in 1875.
Timber has long been a contentious issue in the trade relationship between the United States and Canada.