With UW-Madison at its epicenter, the UW System appears to be sinking deeper into the intellectual morass known as political correctness.
UW-Madison has unveiled a pilot program targeting 1,000 students devoted to improving race relations,...
In our collective push to frame Janesville as an up-and-coming business center, perhaps we've oversold the depth of this economic recovery.
So long as drug makers maintain a grip on our nation’s capitol and statehouses, lawmakers will continue to keep the addiction spigot open.
General Motors likely recognizes that it would have a weak case in trying to claim others contaminated the Rock River near its plant.
Thumbs up/down to I-90/39 construction, Sunflower Challenge, trail expansion, new jobs, inflexible employers and more.
The Sept. 29 meeting could lead to better communications or reinforce divisions among council members and City Manager Freitag.
Janesville police officer Chad Woodman has good reason to question whether the government is winning the drug war. He has witnessed firsthand a spike in heroin overdoses and the toll they take on users and their families.
“Are we any...
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation claims new yellow flashing arrows at traffic lights make roads safer, but don't tell that to a driver who misinterpreted the signal at a Janesville intersection last month.
The passenger in that car,...
It’s difficult to blame Milton residents for voicing opposition to a plan to build a home from shipping containers at a Buten Street lot.