Gov. Tony Evers has called the Legislature into a special session next week to take up a package of bills to deal with the state's dairy crisis. However, Republican leaders say the Legislature will not vote on the bills during the special session.
Anywhere from 144,000 to 200,000 Wisconsin voters whose registrations were challenged by a conservative law firm will remain on the voter rolls for now. The affected voters are in heavily Democratic areas of Wisconsin.
Wisconsin authorities have released thousands of pages of documents from their investigation into the abduction of Jayme Closs and the murder of her parents in their Barron home. Sensitive information on the documents was blacked out.
Former U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy has endorsed Tom Tiffany to replace him in Congress. Tiffany is running against Jason Church for the Republican nomination in a Feb. 18 special primary election; there are also two Democrats running.
Sports bettors may be able to place wagers in person at Detroit casinos this spring but will wait until 2021 to do so online. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed laws legalizing online gambling and sports betting last month.