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Mexican immigrants and their descendants born in the United States comprise a growing and increasingly visible group of communities around Wisconsin.
Wisconsin's growing mosaic of struggles over voting rights grew even more complex in March 2018, when Milwaukee officials raised questions about a program that deactivated around 44,000 voter registrations in the city.
Wisconsin has yet to wrap up one big conversation about how it uses Great Lakes water, and is already embarking upon another.
A month-and-a-half before the first dandelion heads crest above recently thawed soil, honey bees that survive the winter are already busy preparing to collect spring's first grains of pollen.
Every 65 seconds, someone in the United States develops Alzheimer's disease, and its prevalence is growing as the nation ages.
In a state known for cheese and beer, a new product with similarly deep roots is on the rise: hard cider.
If a voter in Wisconsin sues the state to try and compel the governor to call a special election, they might have a hard time finding precedent for that action.
Newton v. Walker concerns some fundamental questions of state law, and courts may have to wade into some uncharted territory to settle them.
Reclaimed wood is growing in popularity for use in interior design and furniture, creating opportunities to meet this rising demand.
Sediments left behind from the edges of the retreating ice sheets are providing geologists with a unique opportunity to better determine when the glaciers covered Wisconsin's Driftless Area.