Western Wis. Residents Clean Up After Tornadoes; Gov. Declares State Of EmergencyWisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has declared a state of emergency for areas hit by Tuesday night's deadly tornado. Walker toured the damage yesterday at Prairie Lake Estates mobile home park, where dozens of homes were destroyed.
Wisconsin's Walker Says More Needs To Be Done In Obamacare OverhaulHealth care advocates in Wisconsin derided the Republican plan to overhaul the federal health care law on Tuesday saying it will increase the ranks of uninsured, while Gov. Scott Walker called it "an important first step" but signaled that more work needs to be done.
After Years Of Cuts, Walker Looks To Spend More In Latest BudgetAfter years of deep cuts, K-12 public schools and the University of Wisconsin stand to be big winners under Gov. Scott Walker's proposed state budget.
Walker: Trump Must Accept Election ResultsGov. Scott Walker says Republican presidential nominee has to accept results of the election, even though Trump hasn't said whether he will if Hillary Clinton wins.
Walker Owes Nearly $900K From White House RunWisconsin Gov. Scott Walker still owes nearly $900,000 on his failed presidential campaign, which ended abruptly last fall.
Wisconsin's Walker Signs Sobriety ProposalGov. Scott Walker has signed a bill allowing judges to place offenders in a sobriety testing program rather than force them to drive with ignition interlock devices.
After Prom Shooting, Walker Urges Talk On Bullying Gov. Scott Walker is calling for more discussion about bullying in the wake of a shooting outside a high school prom in northern Wisconsin.
Wis. Gov. Walker Signs Bill To Record Crime, Bullying In SchoolsGov. Scott Walker has signed a bill that creates a pilot program to record crime and bullying in schools. The bill calls the program to include one urban school district, one suburban district and one rural district for the 2016-17 school year.
Gov. Walker Will Sign Planned Parenthood Defunding Wis. BillsGov. Scott Walker plans to sign two bills that would cut millions of dollars from Planned Parenthood. The governor plans to sign the measures Friday morning at Life's Connection, a pregnancy counseling office in Waukesha.
Wis. Sen. Votes On Planned Parenthood Funding, Strip Searches, SwitchbladesThe state Senate is set to vote on a pair of bills that would strip Planned Parenthood of federal funding and raise the organization's Medicaid expenses. One bill would require the state to apply for $3.5 million in federal Title X grant money, which currently all goes to Planned Parenthood.
Wis. Gov. Walker Preps 6th 'State Of The State'Gov. Scott Walker is expected to focus, in part, on education and job training when he delivers his sixth State of the State address. The governor has said a portion of the annual speech Tuesday night to a joint session of the Legislature will focus on getting people, even teens, trained for jobs.
Gov. Walker: Martin Luther King's Legacy Encourages Focus On LoveWisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy encourages people to focus on love instead of hate.