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Efforts to have science inform law have played out vividly over the past 20 years of disputes over high-capacity groundwater wells in Wisconsin.
While perceived social and political divides between the urban and rural areas of Wisconsin remains a frequent topic of discussion, gaining a better understanding of the relationships between the two is very influenced by where people work.
Immigration is an engine of change that has shaped Wisconsin throughout its history, reflecting the broader story of newcomers building new communities around the United States.
The opioid crisis is a grave and growing burden on local governments, in one way or another.
With the summer of 2017 in the record books, many parts of Wisconsin are still feeling the impact of the season's wet weather.
The concept of flood recurrence intervals is a classic example of a communication gap that can form between scientists and the public.
In 2016, there were an estimated 255,000 more Wisconsin residents with health insurance compared to in 2013.
Amid several frustrated attempts to get Congress repeal the Affordable Care Act, the Trump administration is taking multiple steps to simply inhibit the law's annual implementation.
In an era of mass incarceration, the arts can offer prison inmates an opportunity for personal growth and help them prepare to re-enter society.
Language shapes how people view the world, build ideas and communicate with others people — it's an integral part of community culture and personal identity. But for many Native American nations, their ancestral languages are on the verge of disappearing.