Cities across the U.S. are starting to offer free child care at public meetings. Supporters in La Crosse say it could be a way to increase participation, particularly among those whose voices are often sidelined.
Inmates say they face awful conditions as COVID-19 sweeps through Wisconsin’s prisons. The response from the DOC and Gov. Tony Evers has been alarmingly inadequate.
James R. Parker: The party and its leaders have betrayed its history and legacy to become sycophants to a man who is an amalgam of PT Barnum, Benito Mussolini and Clarabell the Clown.
The city has waived fares for La Crosse buses until the end of the year due to Covid-19. Why not make the change permanent?
In an America that often feels stranger than fiction, is Borat still funny?
A woman’s language spreads subversively throughout the known galaxy, unbeknownst to any men, in the second book of Suzette Haden Elgin’s Native Tongue Trilogy.
Melinda Howe served five years in prison. She’s been out for two years and is slowly trying to piece her life back together. This is her story.
Activist organizations are looking for volunteers to help ensure voters can cast their ballots safely and free from intimidation on election day in La Crosse.
The voices of those who may be viewed as hostile to police should be included on any civilian police oversight board in La Crosse, a law professor told the Criminal Justice Management Council this week.
Republican Dan Kapanke still thinks the Foxconn deal will be good for Wisconsin, despite all the evidence the project has been a near total failure.