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.
Nigella Lawson may be a household name, bestselling author and TV show host, but she describes herself quite simply as "a food enthusiast."
A popular Wisconsin jazz musician stepped back from the piano to become a New York yoga instructor.
The state’s Legislative Fiscal Bureau has released a report on the possible impact of Gov. Scott Walker’s proposal to require food stamp recipients to work.
A new book gives a behind-the-scenes look at Governor Walker's administration during the collective bargaining fight.