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Gov. Scott Walker
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Gov. Walker on Thursday made the media rounds.

Gov. Scott Walker told a group of reporters on Thursday that it’s time private-sector unions work for their money.

Rinka Chung Architecture Inc.

Milwaukee County leaders are eager to sell the Downtown Transit Center site to the developer of The Couture high-rise project. A parks advocacy group continues to argue that the land must be maintained for public use.

Greg Neumann / WKOW

The Wisconsin state Senate passed a right-to-work bill Wednesday on a vote of 17-15.

As the Wisconsin Senate opened its extraordinary session Wednesday on right-to-work legislation, police escorted two vocal opponents out of the room.

Overpass Light Brigade

UPDATE: The Senate labor committee hastily approved the Right-to-Work bill 3-1 after the chair ended the public hearing early for fear there would be disruptions later.

Overpass Light Brigade

The Senate labor committee hastily approved a right-to-work bill 3-1 Tuesday evening, after the chair cut short the public hearing, fearing disruptions were imminent.

The NFL Players Association released a statement Tuesday, saying it's monitoring this week's debates and votes in Wisconsin on right-to-work.

Marti Mikkelson

The state capitol could be a busy place this week, as lawmakers begin debate on right-to-work legislation.

UWM Student Reflects on Her Trip to Cuba

Feb 20, 2015
S. Tripp

UWM student Samantha Tripp traveled to Cuba before starting her internship at WUWM in late January. Here are a few of her notes and photos:

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