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Man charged for walking into Capitol naked

Officials say 39-year-old was screaming that he was Jesus Christ

The man who was arrested for walking into the Capitol rotunda naked Monday afternoon was officially charged Wednesday.

Lawmakers move to rename law after death of little girl

Bill author supports name change to show how bill can affect families

Lawmakers and the governor are moving to rename a law after the death of a little girl whose parents fought for the legalization of a form of marijuana oil to treat her.

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.

What you need to know: State legislature in session

Topics include aviation sales tax break, gunshot sensor expansion, propane loans, cellphone tracking

The Wisconsin State Assembly and State Senate are in session Tuesday and taking up numerous newsworthy issues.

First floor Capitol doors to open after 12 years

Doors locked on 9/11, never reopened

for more than 12 years.According to a release from the Department of Administration, the doors were unlocked on Monday after they had been locked on September 11, 2001 as a security precaution.

State committee to hold hearing on 70 mph limit

State transportation committee to hold public hearing on 70 mph speed limit proposal

Drivers will get a chance to sound off this week on a Republican bill that would raise state's speed limit.

No charges in officer's injury at sing-a-long

DA: No charges against demonstrator who resisted arrest resulting in injury to police officer

The Dane County district attorney has declined to file charges against a Capitol demonstrator who was accused of injuring a police officer.

No charges in officer's injury at sing-a-long

DA: No charges against demonstrator who resisted arrest resulting in injury to police officer

The Dane County district attorney has declined to file charges against a Capitol demonstrator who was accused of injuring a police officer.

No charges in officer's injury at sing-a-long

DA: No charges against demonstrator who resisted arrest resulting in injury to police officer

The Dane County district attorney has declined to file charges against a Capitol demonstrator who was accused of injuring a police officer.

Raw milk debate goes to State Capitol

Testimony heard on bill that would legalize sale of unpasteurized milk

The fight over raw milk has gone from the farm to the Capitol as lawmakers heard testimony on a new bill that would legalize the sale of unpasteurized milk.

Arrests resume in Wisconsin Capitol

Arrests of noontime singers resume in Wisconsin Capitol

The police crackdown on singers who gather nearly every work day in the Wisconsin Capitol rotunda is now in its second week.

Arrests resume in Wisconsin Capitol

Arrests of noontime singers resume in Wisconsin Capitol

The police crackdown on singers who gather nearly every work day in the Wisconsin Capitol rotunda is now in its second week.

Arrests resume in Wisconsin Capitol

Arrests of noontime singers resume in Wisconsin Capitol

The police crackdown on singers who gather nearly every work day in the Wisconsin Capitol rotunda is now in its second week.