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Elected officials looking to get reelected or climb the political ladder or have a degree of leeway that most other public employees and private-sector workers don't.
When it comes to the economy, the bold statistical strokes tell almost the opposite of some Wisconsinites' stories.
Wisconsin officials say they have taken multiple steps in recent months to guard against the type of attack that Russian hackers unleashed on neighboring Illinois when they allegedly stole data about hundreds of thousands of Illinois voters before the 2016 election.
A private vendor inadvertently introduces malware into voting machines he is servicing. A hacker hijacks the cellular modem used to transmit unofficial Election Day results. An email address is compromised, giving bad actors the same access to voting software as a local elections official.
If a student-athlete is eager to get back on the field after a blow to the head, who is holding them back and how are they held accountable?
After yet another summer of dangerous and destructive flooding, from Ino to Madison to Coon Valley, Wisconsinites seem more ready than ever to discuss how climate change is affecting the state.
People tend to see a river as an immutable part of the landscape.
Mercury levels remain high in the lakes, rivers and fish of the western part of Michigan's Upper Peninsula despite a substantial decline in airborne mercury emissions over the past 30 years.
The symptoms and causes of strokes can vary widely, but it's always crucial to get victims medical help as quickly as possible.
Chinch bugs aren't much to write home about, but played a key role in Wisconsin history.