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Since funding, gear and time are limited, scientists often can only sample for invasive species over small fractions of vulnerable areas.
Would it be safe to assume that voters' early opinions about Tony Evers might hew somewhat closely to the November 2018 election results? Not quite.
Wisconsin producers are seeing the effects of the trade wars.
Coyotes have moved into areas within the Madison city limits. What does that mean for human and canid coexistence?
Fewer refugees found a new home in Wisconsin in 2018 than any other year in a decade.
An invasive tick species is swiftly making its way across the United States, the first to do so in about 50 years.
Activists in several cities across the U.S. have organized bail funds to help indigent people pay bail for nonviolent and low-level crimes — but in Wisconsin, these funds are severely limited.
Wisconsin is one of a handful of states that have laws banning bail bonding, having abolished it in 1979.
Problems related to an inability to pay cash bail, and a raft of lawsuits, have prompted numerous states including Wisconsin to question whether using the practice for minor offenses is cost-effective — or even constitutional.
In water-rich Wisconsin, the use of groundwater for municipal water systems and agricultural irrigation can lead to conflict.