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Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker introduced new members of his state's workforce and said the proceeds from a projected budget surplus belong to the taxpayers. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, fending off allegations of political retribution by his aides, offered up his state as a model of bipartisan cooperation.
A new poll shows a close race between Republican Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke.
Half of registered Wisconsin voters approve of the job Gov. Scott Walker is doing.
Gov. Scott Walker announced Monday the state will help propane dealers secure loans to purchase gas and release more money to help low-income propane users.
One of the most moderate Republicans in the Wisconsin state Legislature, and the only Republican to vote against Gov. Scott Walker's union law, will retire rather than take on a more conservative challenger.
Arctic air blasted into Wisconsin on Monday, bringing life-threatening wind chills, forcing schools to close and prompting Gov. Scott Walker to take emergency steps to counter a deepening propane shortage.
Nobody can fold a box quite like Patrick Young.
Republican Gov. Scott Walker said Friday he will back legislation creating a commission to review and recommend changes to the state's academic standards, adding that he believes they will end up being tougher than national benchmarks.
Wisconsin propane users are bundling up and watching their money fly out the door as prices skyrocket amid a vicious combination of ultra-cold weather, depleted storage reservoirs and pipeline problems.