As infections in the state surge, some rural schools are forced to suspend in-person instruction or integrate virtual students into classrooms
Wisconsin’s rural students face a digital divide as some return to screens instead of school – Part 1 of 3
Schools in Wisconsin have spent millions of dollars on hotspots to help students with poor internet service learn online as the coronavirus pandemic grinds on
If you want faster internet at your home sooner rather than later, you can get involved. Here’s how.
Mayor announces police reforms, civilian task force in wake of Floyd death, protests
Neither department uses chokehold, knee-to-neck tactics that have killed
Koch, Uihleins, Tribes, Kwik Trip owners spend heavily in northern Wisconsin special election campaign
Koch Industries, Native American tribes and the owners of Kwik Trip and Uline are big donors and spenders in the special election race for Wisconsin’s 7th Congressional District next week.
SIX OUT OF SEVEN: Wisconsin Supreme Court has highest percentage of female high court justices in the U.S.
Six of Wisconsin’s seven Supreme Court justices will soon be women again, once more giving the state the highest ratio of female high court judges in the country, an investigation by The Badger Project found.
Already, Wisconsin lags behind the national average in broadband coverage. An estimated 43% of Wisconsin’s rural residents lack access to high-speed internet, compared to about 31% of rural residents nationwide, according to the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin State Legislature meets in full just a few days per year, but is considered – and paid like – a full-time legislative body. What’s up with that?
After change to state law, campaign donations doubled in a 2018 race for Fox Valley state Senate seat.