Dog freezes to death after mishap at hotel

Couple returns without dog after staff takes pets out of hotel room

Veronica and Robert Martinez describe it as their worst nightmare. The Madison couple, who traveled out of state over the weekend with their two dogs, came home with just one.

Walker promises more tax cuts in second term

Governor also says he'll require drug tests for unemployment, food stamp benefits

Gov. Scott Walker's promises for a second term include cutting property and income taxes for individuals and requiring drug tests for those seeking unemployment and food stamp benefits.

Will UW cuts leave Union work unfinished?

University responds to potential impact of budget

As the future of UW's state funding remains under political fire, there are questions about what university projects could be affected by a proposed tuition freeze and related spending cuts.

Walker revises UW budget, calls for tuition freeze

UW's $650 surplus to mean spending cuts, governor says

Gov. Scott Walker has submitted a revised budget for the University of Wisconsin System that officially calls for freezing tuition over the next two years and additional spending cuts in light of news the university has a $650 million surplus.