Linda McQuillen long wondered whether her 1917 home had any connection to Frank Lloyd Wright, thinking at best maybe one of his peers designed it as an imitation of the architect's famous Prairie School style. It turned out she was living in the real thing.
Wright experts announced this week that the Madison house McQuillen bought for $100,000 has been verified as an American System-Built House, part of Wright's effort to develop and market well-designed homes at a more affordable level - his first effort to reach a broader audience. It is the second such house identified in the past four months, one out of only 16 ever built and 14 still standing.
The U.S. Supreme Court will not hear an appeal brought by a former aide to Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker.
Kelly Rindfleisch was convicted of campaigning on taxpayers' time and she was asking the nation's highest court to review her argument that the investigation against her involved an illegal search of her emails.
UPDATED: The death of Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Patrick Crooks with 10 months left in his term has set up a spring election that’s as much a referendum on Gov. Scott Walker as it is on who should serve on the state’s highest court.
Kenosha County plans to cut down more than 2,600 ash trees because of damage from the invasive emerald ash borer.
The trees are located at four county parks and golf courses, the Kenosha News reported.
An appeals court says Caterpillar must allow a union investigator access to its South Milwaukee plant to look into a fatal accident four years ago.
Early interest in the Green Bay Packers' proposal for an entertainment, retail and residential district around Lambeau Field has the franchise already thinking of expanding its plans.
University of Wisconsin-Madison officials plan to ask UW System regents for permission to lift the school’s cap on out-of-state students, a move they say would attract more young people to Wisconsin. It also would bolster the school’s coffers considerably as it struggles with deep budget cuts.
If it felt like Gov. Scott Walker didn’t spend much time in Wisconsin after announcing his run for president, it’s because he didn’t.
The American Civil Liberties Union went to court on Oct. 5 seeking to expand the type of identification accepted under Wisconsin’s voter ID law.
Marty Beil, the burly and sometimes brusque leader of the Wisconsin state employee labor union for 30 years, has died. He was 68.
Beil died in his sleep on Oct. 1 at home in Mazomanie, his sister Mickey Beil said.
Forty-three people in Wisconsin lost their lives to domestic violence in 2014, according to the Wisconsin Domestic Violence Homicide Report released this week in conjunction with anti-violence walks hosted by the Zonta Clubs of Madison and Milwaukee and by End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin.