President Donald Trump signed an executive order to authorize a $200 million expansion of job training and apprenticeships. Wisconsin Regional Training Partnership president Mark Kessenich discussed the role of apprenticeships in workforce development.
Overdoses from opioids are on the rise in Wisconsin, including in Milwaukee. The city's health commissioner, Bevan Baker, leads a new city-county task force focusing on the crisis and is seeking help from both policymakers and physicians.
Gov. Scott Walker and the Wisconsin Legislature continue to debate about how to pay for roads in the state budget. One idea lawmakers are considering implementing toll roads. Travelers at a rest area on Interstate 90 near Janesville share their thoughts about the proposal.
Although Wisconsin's winters are inhospitable to the species of mosquitoes known to transmit deadly viruses, scientists from across the state are leading the fight against mosquito-borne disease 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.