Articles by Laurel White

The Wisconsin Department of Justice and a sexual assault prevention group unveiled a new program Monday aiming to decrease the backlog of sexual assault evidence kits in the state.
In a break from tradition, Wisconsin First Lady Tonette Walker spoke for a few minutes during Gov. Scott Walker's State of the State address to promote an initiative that provides "trauma-informed care" to children across the state.
The state has released its first K-12 school rankings in two years, debuting a new school report card system.
The evolution of Wisconsin's voter ID law from 2011 until today is vastly complicated: a series of court challenges, appeals, decisions implemented and decisions halted or postponed.