For the first time last night, I went to Maduro the cigar bar right of the Capitol on East Main. I didn't get a cigar, but I did experience the smoky smell of freedom. Before I left, however, I had to finish Dancing with the Stars, to see if America's candidate, Bristol Palin, would move on to the finals. Bristol won fair and square. Little did I know her performance was the source of a some 15 hour standoff in the town of Vermont
Petri, Sensenbrenner and Ryan introduce legislation to cut the train money completely to reduce the deficit.
Well if we lose nearly $1 billion in spending on new technology, at least we found a $1 billion iron ore pit in Ashland.
State and UW employees will have to begin paying .2 percent towards their pension accounts.
UW-Madison ranks fourth in number of students studying abroad. Of course, it's also one of the biggest universities in the country, so it's not that surprising.
Pardon Review Board is sidestepping the typical interview process.
Lukas Diaz encouraged by the Dems zeal on the train.
Tom Still: Wisconsin lags in attracting venture capital.
Now County Board Sups are playing the same game as Walker by asking him to "step back" from County affairs.
The big question: Can a remodeled Central Library attract the public and accommodate the homeless?
Widgerson says Walker has one last battle he needs to fight for the county though.
Chatter in the Fox Valley about redistricting: The GOP is almost certain to alter Penny Bernard-Schaber's district, to bring it back to the way it was for 80 years before she was elected.
WMC and MMAC successfully sue to overturn state law that prohibits companies from requiring employees to attend meetings on unionization.
Peter Barca talks about the future of his caucus.
Short preview of Tony Evers education funding reform plan.