Those challenging Wisconsin's voter identification law in federal court say they will soon be asking that people having trouble getting the required ID be allowed to vote in the August primary.
State officials are appealing a federal judge’s refusal to let work proceed on a long-planned expansion of Highway 23 between Plymouth and Fond du Lac.
A federal judge's ruling rejecting a lawsuit by a former aide to Gov. Scott Walker who accused prosecutors of overstepping their constitutional authority will be appealed, the woman's attorney said Friday.
A judge must consider whether Wisconsin's voter photo identification law applies to people who face daunting obstacles in obtaining identification, a three-judge federal appellate panel ruled Tuesday.
A former lawyer for a Florida sports betting pro facing federal extortion charges in Wisconsin has claimed the man worked as an informant and helped in the seizure of $750 million from offshore bookies.
A federal judge has denied a civil rights group's request to let voters use more forms of photo identification at the polls.
A federal court has ordered the city of Milwaukee to pay for a strip club owner’s out-of-pocket expenses, including meals and travel expenses for his attorneys, in his fight with the city.
Milwaukee prosecutors asked a federal judge Friday to dismiss a lawsuit alleging they violated one of Republican Gov. Scott Walker's former aide's civil rights when they had police search her home nearly four years ago.
With two special elections looming next month and one to fill a vacancy in the state Senate coming later this year, opponents of Wisconsin's new voter identification law want a federal court to expand the number of IDs that voters can show at the polls.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit that contends Milwaukee police conducted an illegal body search.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday turned away a challenge to Wisconsin's voter identification law, allowing the law to stand and handing a victory to Gov. Scott Walker following a long fight by opponents who say it's a thinly veiled attempt to make it more difficult for Democratic backers to vote.
A former Milwaukee police officer on disability retirement for mental health issues has won an initial victory in his lawsuit against the city.
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