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Latest Scott Walker Items
The state Senate could take up early next month a bill that would require Wisconsin police departments to enlist outside investigators to probe officer-involved deaths.
Gov. Scott Walker has signed into law a bill that allows seventh and eighth grade students to get high school credits.
Attorneys representing Republican Gov. Scott Walker's administration have asked a federal judge to either delay a lawsuit challenging Wisconsin's gay marriage ban or stay out of the case completely.
Brian Stowe sat with his head down as, one by one, three women walked to the front of a Wisconsin courtroom and described their shock at finding out their close friend had drugged them to the point of unconsciousness, then sexually assaulted and photographed them.
The judge overseeing a secret investigation into possible illegal coordination between conservative groups and recent recall campaigns said in a ruling earlier this year he doesn't think anybody did anything wrong, according to court documents.
Proposals to rewrite Common Core academic standards, increase reporting of private schools in the voucher program and limit regulations on sand mining in Wisconsin appear unlikely to pass as the Legislature nears the end of its session.
Gov. Scott Walker is scheduled to deliver the commencement address on May 16 at Concordia University in Mequon, north of Milwaukee.
An investigator working on a secret investigation into campaign fundraising and spending has asked a judge to toss out a lawsuit seeking to end the probe.
Wisconsin's Medicaid director Brett Davis is leaving his position a week from Friday for a job in the private sector.