Temple Grandin's new book examines the progress made over decades to address the needs of autistic individuals.
The Legislature’s budget committee is supposed to decide Tuesday whether to give Gov. Walker the power to sell state-owned property.
The Wisconsin DNR is offering a "free" weekend to lure people back to state parks and trails, or try a new activity at no charge.
The issue of raw milk sales – is again a hot one in Wisconsin. People on both sides are crowding into a courtroom, to witness the trial of a dairy farmer from Sauk County.
For the ninth year in a row, Wisconsin has counted an increase in the number of public school students eligible for free and reduced-price lunches.
According to the Dept of Public Instruction, 43.2% of students qualify, up from 42.5% a year ago. In raw numbers the total is now 359,000 Wisconsin public school students.
Approximately one-third come from households earning less than $30,000 a year.