Thousands of Wisconsin residents, who get what many call food stamps, will now have to work if they want to keep the benefit.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that some companies that object to birth control on religious grounds don’t have to pay for employees’ contraception.
After four years on the job, Monday is officially Gregory Thornton’s last day as superintendent of Milwaukee Public Schools.
A new report by the Public Policy Forum in Milwaukee details the district’s dire financial picture. Forum President Rob Henken says MPS faces flat revenues, but rising costs.
Wisconsin may be the land of cheese, but even local cheeseheads would likely draw a blank at the mention of a "cheese dinner."
$18.7 million is a lot to raise in a single auction – but it was the total raised earlier this month by the Napa Valley Vintners Association in its annual Auction Napa Valley.
Milwaukee area writer Sandy Brehl’s new middle grade novel tells a coming-of-age tale set in occupied Norway at the start of World War II.
A new era has begun at the Milwaukee Public Museum, with Whitefish Bay native Dennis Kois as the institution's new President and CEO.
Six Chippewa tribes hope the EPA agrees and either restricts or halts a mining company from extracting iron ore from the Penokee Hills.
If you are an American, the chances are good you know little, if anything, about the eastern Russian city of Magadan.
But if you’re a Russian of a certain age, you would think of it as a remote place where dissidents were sent to live under Stalin.