Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot says a teacher strike could be settled "today" if the Chicago Teachers Union would negotiate with a seriousness and "sense of urgency." (Oct. 17)
Daniel Zolnikov will run for Montana Public Service Commission, the state lawmaker announced Thursday.
U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte, R-Mont., called House impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump a sham process taking place behind closed doors.
While such technology won't be taking to the streets tomorrow, it may be closer than some people think.
Kleefisch served in the role as executive director of the Women's Suffrage Centennial Commission for less than nine months.
Due to a "count discrepancy," the Montana State Prison sounded an alarm siren at 2:30 p.m. Thursday. After further checks, all inmates and staff were accounted for, prison officials said.
Following up on his official opinion that current appointment, rather than election, of election commissioners in Lancaster, Douglas and five other counties is "constitutionally suspect," Attorney General Doug Peterson has taken the issue to the Nebraska Supreme Court.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot is pitching two options for a Chicago casino to Illinois lawmakers, one a “public structure” that would be split between the city and state, the other a more conventional private operation.
The task force, which Evers established through executive order, is meant to advise him to on how to address the consequences of climate change in the state.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker and state lawmakers promote their newly adopted restrictions on cancer-causing ethylene oxide as the “toughest in the nation.”
Johnson & Johnson has agreed to a $117 million multistate settlement over allegations it deceptively marketed its pelvic mesh products, which support women's sagging pelvic organs.
The Iowa-or-bust approach of Montana Gov. Steve Bullock's presidential campaign appears to be paying off, somewhat.
Data collected in the Current Employment Statistics survey found Wisconsin manufacturers employed 6,800 fewer people in September compared to a year earlier.
Teton Valley, Idaho, resident and archery hunter Mark Eagan put in nearly 60 miles traipsing through the Teton Mountains this summer scouting for a quarry he would have the opportunity to hunt come August.
A federal judge has temporarily blocked the Trump administration's attempt to ease some rules on mining, drilling and grazing across millions of acres in seven U.S. Western states.
KALISPELL — A Montana man who said he shot and killed another man because he had been sexually assaulted after overdosing on methamphetamine has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
A number of items in the 2019-21 biennial budget, including an income tax cut and increased education funding, will likely cause a drawdown in state reserves by more than $800 million over the biennium.
Authorities suspect a registered violent offender who escaped from the Jefferson County jail last week stole a Montana Department of Transportation truck in Dillon Wednesday night or Thursday morning and may have headed north.
On October 15, the Senate Committee on Insurance, Financial Services, Government Oversight and Courts held a public hearing on Senate Joint Resolution 59, also known as the State Budget Protection Act, which prohibits the governor from using the partial veto to increase state expenditures. T…
WILL alleges the Wisconsin Elections Commission violated a state law requiring updated and accurate voter data.
The council, which was created to enhance security in Wisconsin elections, includes representatives from more than two dozen organizations.
Nebraska's incumbent members of Congress were comfortably positioned Wednesday in terms of campaign finance advantages reflected by third-quarter filings with the Federal Election Commission.
CHICAGO — The estate of the 5-year-old northern Illinois boy who was beaten to death and buried in a shallow grave this year has filed a lawsuit contending that two state child welfare workers ignored clear signs that the boy was being abused months before his death.
SPRINGFIELD — Aunt Martha’s Health & Wellness, the only Illinois organization currently participating in the federal family planning program, was awarded more than double its initial grant after several providers across the country declined their funding in response to a Trump administration rule change.
Lewis and Clark County Sheriff Leo Dutton said he and his department will be more reserved in the future about what information to release, following Tuesday’s bomb scare at Rossiter Elementary School that ended up being a false alarm.
A Nebraska U.S. District judge this month ruled he would allow a state inmate's lawsuit to move forward regarding injuries he received at Tecumseh State Correctional Institution where he was assaulted by three other prisoners.
A teenager has died from vaping illness in Montana, the state health department reported Wednesday.
A federal judge on Wednesday ordered a 54-year-old man charged with intentionally crashing his car into a federal building in Bozeman be treated for mental and physical health issues before his case can proceed.
A mule deer buck killed by an archery hunter in September is suspected of being positive for chronic wasting disease.
Montana Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney asked his fellow Democratic gubernatorial candidates Wednesday to limit outside spending and self-funding in the election by signing a pledge that one opponent's campaign called a stunt that could handicap the party's nominee in the November 2020 general election.
Two days before he was scheduled to stand trial, the man accused of crashing a shuttle car returning from the Testicle Festival and killing two passengers signed a plea agreement for 30 years in state prison.
A Lincoln judge has sentenced a former Santee Community Schools superintendent to two years in prison for stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal funds meant for the school.
A little more than two years ago, Whiteclay, Nebraska, was an unincorporated town of 12 located 200 yards from a dry Pine Ridge Reservation that had four stores selling about 11,000 cans of beer a day.
Gregg Trude was sentenced Wednesday to nearly 3 1/2 years in the Montana State Prison for negligent homicide in the shooting death of Helena Dr. Eugene "Buzz" Walton.
Authorities suspect that a registered violent offender who escaped from the Jefferson County jail last Friday stole another pickup truck, this time in Twin Bridges, and abandoned it in Dillon on Wednesday morning.
HELENA — Republican Steve Daines reported bringing in $1.2 million from donors and political committees over the last three months as he seeks a second term as Montana's junior U.S. senator.
An ex Blackfeet tribal chairman agrees to plea guilty to stealing from the tribe's Head Start program.
Oh, Nebraska, we love you.
On October 9, WisconsinEye Senior Producer Steve Walters sat down with the co-chairs of the 2019 Suicide Prevention Task Force, Rep. Joan Ballweg (R-Markesan) and Rep. Steve Doyle (D-Onalaska), for a discussion on the task force and their recommended legislation. Reps. Ballweg and Doyle addr…