Supreme Court awaits eventual Roe v. Wade showdown

Rapid and dramatic moves by states to ban abortion at six weeks of pregnancy, including Tuesday night's vote in Alabama to pass the most restrictive abortion bill in the country, appear to set up an immediate fight over Roe v. Wade.

Arizona lawmakers pushing vaccine exemption bills

Arizona lawmakers voted last week to advance three bills that would make it easier to get exemptions from the state's vaccine requirements, and which would require doctors to provide much more information to patients and families about potential harms that vaccines pose.

Consumer Reports: Slash your energy bills

Most families in the U.S. spend thousands of dollars per year on home utility bills. But Consumer Reports says that you can cut your costs by finding and fixing your home's problem areas.

Bills' defense stifles Packers in 21-13 win

Rodgers struggles in road loss

 Bacarri Rambo intercepted two Aaron Rodgers passes and Marcus Thigpen scored on a 75-yard punt return, leading the Buffalo Bills to a stunning 21-13 upset over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.

Woman taken to 'wrong' hospital faces bankruptcy

Megan Rothbauer would rather be discussing an impending engagement, her future marriage and eventually, children. However, the 30-year-old Madison resident is instead scouring the Internet looking for solutions to stave off bankruptcy.

Bears start season with a thud in OT loss

Bills' Fred Jackson's 38-yard run set up game-winning field goal

The Chicago Bears and Jay Cutler are searching for answers following a tough 23-20 OT loss to the Buffalo Bills in their home opener Sunday at Soldier Field.

State Senate moves bills forward on final session day

Number of measures will die this session

The State Senate has passed legislation making oral chemotherapy more affordable, requiring independent investigations of police shootings and legalizing a marijuana oil to treat childhood seizures. But a number of other measures will die this session after not getting a vote on the floor.

Drunken driving bills languish at Capitol

More than 12 bills proposed, only 1 has gone to governor's desk

Despite a big push by some lawmakers last year, only one drunken driving-related bill has gone to the governor's desk.