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Russian Money Launderer
Sep 20, 2023

Russian International Money Launderer arrested over military grade microelectronics

Charges include conspiring to defraud the United States, smuggling, wire fraud, and money laundering.

Jorge Fragoso
Sep 20, 2023

Gov. Evers Appoints Jorge Fragoso to the Milwaukee County Circuit Court

Gov. Evers announced his appointment of Jorge Fragoso to the Milwaukee County Circuit Court – Branch 23.

Wisconsin child care
Sep 20, 2023

Wisconsin Legislature set to reject governor’s special session on child care, worker shortages

Wisconsin's Republican-controlled Legislature was poised to ignore a special session that Democratic Gov. Tony Evers called for Wednesday to pass a $1 billion package that would keep a pandemic-era child care program running, send more money to the University of Wisconsin and create a paid family leave program.

Wisconsin DEI
Sep 20, 2023

Wisconsin Republican leader blocks pay raises in continuation of DEI fight

The Republican speaker of the Wisconsin Assembly is blocking pay raises for University of Wisconsin employees.

Wisconsin redistricting
Sep 20, 2023

Wisconsin redistricting fight focuses on the recusal of a key justice as impeachment threat lingers

Republicans fighting to preserve Wisconsin legislative electoral maps they drew argue in new legal filings that a key liberal Wisconsin Supreme Court justice must recuse from the case despite the dismissal of complaints against her related to comments she made about redistricting.

Green defund FBI
Sep 20, 2023

Georgia Republican moves forward with attempt to defund FBI, DOJ

Greene advanced efforts to strip power away from Justice Department.

Sep 19, 2023

Republicans propose spending $614M in public funds on Milwaukee Brewers’ stadium upgrade

The package introduced Monday would create provisions for the state to loan the district up to $50 million for stadium repairs.

Esmeralda Aguilar
Sep 19, 2023

Woman accused of pepper spraying four Chicago Police Officers first to be sent home under state’s cashless bail system

After years of debate, Illinois has become the first state to eliminate cash bail.

Chicago city treasurer
Sep 19, 2023

Computers seized from city treasurer’s office

Seizure was a part of an investigation into allegations of misconduct.

Lamont Crockett
Sep 19, 2023

Former Sun Prairie officer charged with sexually assaulting, exposing himself to juveniles

A former Sun Prairie school resource officer was charged Monday with sexually assaulting a Phoenix Prairie Academy student and exposing himself to another child.

Hunter Biden IRS
Sep 19, 2023

Hunter Biden sues IRS over tax disclosures after agent testimony

Hunter Biden sued the Internal Revenue Service on Monday.

Donald Trump Nazi
Sep 18, 2023

Wisconsin and national leaders react to Trump’s anti-Jewish attack on social media

During the Jewish New Year (Rosh Hashanah), one of the holiest days of the year for the Jewish people, former President Donald Trump posted a statement to Truth Social that has been called “dangerous,” among a firestorm of criticism from the local and national Jewish Community. “Just a quick reminder for liberal Jews who voted […]


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