The Government Accountability Board says it found more than 10,000 violations of two federal laws, which require polling places to be accessible.
Over the last three years, the agency conducted inspections at 1,614 polling sites in 921 municipalities throughout the state.
Many polling places violated the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 or the Help America Vote Act of 2002, because voters were not able to vote privately and independently.
It's summer and time for Shakespeare in the Park. The Optimist Theatre has a new production - and a new home.
Tens of thousands of motorcyclists are expected in Milwaukee late next month to mark the 110th anniversary of Harley-Davidson.
Five men, who say Milwaukee police strip searched them, are suing the city, several officers and Police Chief Flynn. Wisconsin prohibits officers from conducting cavity searches.
One officer has been convicted of conducting illegal searches. Three others still face charges.
The federal lawsuits the men have filed do not specify an amount of damages they're seeking.
In Wisconsin, only doctors, physician's assistants and registered nurses can conduct searches of rectal and genital areas, on people suspected of committing crimes.
The UW Board of Regents will freeze tuition for all students, not just resident undergrads.
Local officials have scrambled to offer necessary services to Milwaukee County residents - at temporary locations.
A new group hopes to spur startup businesses in Wisconsin - with an influx of money.
Local gasoline prices could be going up again soon according to an oil industry analyst.
The local economy sputtered this May, according to year over year figures.
With big health care changes looming on the state and federal levels, Milwaukee's free clinics are bracing for confusion and to be needed, like never before, even though supporters of each change say it's designed to serve the most vulnerable.