It wasn’t the enemy that killed Lt. Ronald Kielpikowski of Green Bay in Vietnam on Feb. 28, 1969.
It was a fellow G.I., and it was no accident.
A group aiming to help hungry college students is opening a food pantry on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Donations of canned food are being collected in campus offices and dorms to stock the pantry, called the Open Seat.
Wisconsin has led the charge for unprecedented cuts in education funding, and since taking office in 2011, Walker has upped the ante.
Between 2008 and 2016, Wisconsin cut state general funding for K-12 schools by 12.7 percent. Only Oklahoma, Alabama and Arizona have made deeper cuts per students.
Gov. Scott Walker has repaid the state of Wisconsin what is billed so far for travel costs incurred by his taxpayer-funded security detail during his presidential run, according to new records. But a potentially bigger bill is coming.
Two former members of Gov. Scott Walker’s cabinet say the administration has had a policy of communicating official business through private channels.
A Wisconsin Supreme Court left deadlocked by the death of Justice Patrick Crooks in September delayed a decision in a closely watched case about whether police must censor personal information on accident or crime reports.
Wisconsin ranks 37th in private-sector job growth over the past year, according to figures released today by the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics.