Data about substance abuse is plentiful. The difficult part is pulling together all that information, analyzing it, and identifying the patterns.
Most Wisconsinites will find several choices on the Health Insurance Marketplace during open enrollment for 2017.
Most public discussion and media coverage about the ACA has focused on the fact that premiums for many insurance policies will likely be going up and that the number of available plans is decreasing. But the law also creates subsidies for a broad range of people.
Wisconsin and Illinois are looking at potentially expanding the Amtrak service between Milwaukee and Chicago.
Wisconsin is seeing a slight uptick in the number of households requesting assistance through the Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program this year.
Wisconsin's rural school districts are increasingly relying on asking voters directly for money in response to the decreasing amount they're receiving in state funding over the past half decade.
A report released this month from the University of Wisconsin-Madison found race is a key factor in understanding evictions in Dane County.
While juggling long-term financial goals and daily expenses, young families have many competing demands on their money. One goal often postponed is saving for college.
Milwaukee's birth rate for teens between ages 15 and 17 has reached an all-time low, according to data released by the city Friday.
Since 2014, about 9,500 people with disabilities have found employment through A Better Bottom Line, a program run by the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation aimed at encouraging employers to hire those with disabilities.