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Small dollar donations for political candidates, which are defined as any monetary gift under $200, is playing a prominent role in state and national elections. What is it like to be a small donor?
Data from the Milwaukee Health Department shows nearly 15 percent of infant deaths in the city are due to unsafe sleeping conditions.
Anyone who's spent time on a college campus has likely heard a lot about bacterial meningitis in recent years.
An analysis released this week by the Wisconsin Council on Children and Families found 4.6 percent of children in the state who were tested last year had lead poisoning, compared to Flint, Michigan's 4.9 percent.
Communities may be underutilizing a valuable resource for economic growth: women entrepreneurs.
Slowly but surely, Kirtland's warblers are beginning to call Wisconsin home.
As in many other places in the U.S. and around the world, Wisconsin is getting older, enough so that its aging population will have profound economic consequences.
Wisconsin saw a 9 percent increase in reports of sexually transmitted diseases in 2015, which was lower than the national rate. There were 23,945 cases of chlamydia, 5,253 cases of gonorrhea and 261 cases of syphilis in 2015.
As opioids increasingly dominate the national conversation about substance abuse, addiction and overdose deaths, public health professionals are asking some difficult questions.
Milwaukee County will soon be home to the largest urban organic fruit orchard in the United States.