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Wisconsin State Journal
Latest Wisconsin State Journal Items
University of Wisconsin-Madison officials are debating pushing recruiting drives for fraternities and sororities to later in the fall semester or eliminating the drives entirely.
Wisconsin is accepting bids in a renewed effort to self-insure more than 200,000 state employees who receive health insurance through the Department of Employee Trust Funds, a move Gov. Scott Walker first proposed last fall but that was tabled.
State media groups are helping to find photos for 230 Wisconsin soldiers who died during the Vietnam War.
Wisconsin and Minnesota scientists are studying a little-known and vulnerable fish whose disappearance could mean smaller musky, pike and walleye in the states' inland lakes.
A Middleton filmmaker's efforts over the last two years helped solve some of the mystery surrounding what happened to a soldier killed in World War II and return the soldier's remains home.
More than 1,000 photos of Wisconsin residents who died in the Vietnam War have been collected for a new memorial in Washington D.C., but more are needed.
Slop Frog Mama has earned her name.
Bob Falk is frugal and a realist.
Authorities have released the name of the 26-year-old woman who was shot to death by Madison police over the weekend.