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The leader of Wisconsin's largest farm group testified before Congress Wednesday, in favor of removing endangered species protection for the gray wolf in the Western Great Lakes Region.

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Wisconsin's working families could file for a tax credit on qualifying child care expenses under legislation that's in the works by state Democrats.

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A candidate for state superintendent says an opponent offered him a $150,000 job in the state Department of Public Instruction if he dropped out of the race.

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A piece of Gov. Scott Walker’s 2017-2019 budget is taking on student protests of controversial speakers, and some students aren’t happy about it.

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Taxpayers have already spent more than $2 million to defend legislative maps that a panel of federal court judges ruled were unconstitutional.

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The restaurant industry in Wisconsin will be paying attention Thursday to a confirmation hearing for President Donald Trump's nominee for Labor Secretary, Andrew Puzder.

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A new proposal from state lawmakers would only allow second place finishers to request election recounts in Wisconsin.

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The Wisconsin Supreme Court heard a case Wednesday that will determine if some government meetings are exempt from Wisconsin's open meetings law.

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Founded in Madison by college students, The Onion started off as a simple paper with a distinctly Midwestern touch, but there are many incidents of its dead-pan humor being cited as real news. Given the current proliferation of misinformation, a founding editor of The Onion asks whether reality has finally caught up with fake news.

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A former director of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is slamming the proposal to eliminate the agency’s magazine.

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A group of rural Wisconsin lawmakers wants to speed up a plan that would expand broadband internet access to their communities.

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A Syrian refugee living in Wisconsin has filed a federal lawsuit to grant his wife and young daughter asylum.

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The fear experienced by immigrants in southern Wisconsin is a reflection of the larger uncertainty faced by immigrants throughout the United States in recent weeks since President Donald Trump – who ran on a campaign critical of the presence of immigrants and refugees in the U.S. – was sworn into office.

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Gov. Scott Walker's 2017-2019 budget would relocate existing Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources staff in Madison to relocate to other northern Wisconsin state facilities in phases. The current Madison headquarters employs 56.5 full-time employees in the forestry division.

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Gov. Scott Walker wants to shutter commissions that oversee labor disputes, for-profit colleges and judicial ethics in Wisconsin.

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Over the last week, immigration agents made about 655 arrests of undocumented immigrants around the country. Reports say that the arrests have led to a heightened sense of fear in immigrant communities around the country.

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Thousands of people marched to the Milwaukee County Courthouse Monday as part of a "Day Without Latinos" strike to protest the sheriff's plans to crack down on illegal immigration.

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An advocacy group says Gov. Scott Walker's budget proposal marks the first time in 25 years new funding will be used to combat homelessness.

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Gov. Scott Walker's budget proposal marks the first time in 25 years new funding will be used to combat homelessness, according to an advocacy group.

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One northern Wisconsin congressman has sparked criticism for his comments about differences he says exist between Muslim and other violent extremists.

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