Evers signs pair of bills to support service members

MADISON, Wis. -- Governor Evers signed two bills Tuesday meant to benefit Wisconsin's service members. Act 158 allows military medical personnel to work at community-based residential facilities, residential care apartment complexes, inpatient and outpatient healthcare facilities without having to get…

What overturning Roe v. Wade would mean for Wisconsin

It's the 49th anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court decision

MADISON, Wis.-- 49 years after Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion access across the United States, some fear the ruling won't remain in…

Judge blocks 'fake meat' terminology law

Veggie burgers are safe for now after a federal judge temporarily blocked Arkansas legislation banning the use of meat-related terminology to describe meatless products.

Kim Kardashian West, Esq. in 2022? You better believe it

It's a sunny Saturday afternoon in Los Angeles and Kim Kardashian West is sitting in a conference room of a law office, blinds drawn, surrounded by law books, an array of highlighters, pens, binders and notebooks filled with her handwritten notes. On the other end of a sprawling conference room table are a pile of letters addressed to her from inmates who are hoping she will take interest in their case in an attempt to have their life sentences commuted. It's in this quiet room, removed from