The ongoing lawsuit between Mount Pleasant's Tourism Commission and Real Racine, the county's tourism entity, is over room taxes and how they're spent.
Individuals do not have to file any extension forms and no interest or penalties will accrue during the extended period. Interest and late filing fees begin to apply beginning May 18.
Peter Barca understands the impact that political district mapping in Wisconsin can have, considering the State Assembly district he served for 18 years was significantly altered during redistricting in 2011.
Former Sen. Mark Miller and Rep. Peter Barca tried to slow down passage of the legislation to force a compromise.
Susan Cohen wondered if the Capitol dome would come crumbling down from the cacophonous vibrations during the Act 10 protests.
Former Capitol Police Chief Charles Tubbs said his mission was communicating with protesters and voluntary compliance.
During the peak of the Act 10 protests, Ian's Pizza was delivering 1,200 pizzas a day to protesters.
Sen. Joan Ballweg saw the recall elections that resulted from Act 10 as the people getting a chance to have their say.
Michele Ritt remembered her son Josef Rademacher wearing a hole in the soles of his snow boots during the protests.
Jason Stein was amazed to find himself in the midst of the No. 2 story on the New York Times home page.
Dale Schultz believes the state's ability to solve people's problems was greatly diminished by Act 10.
Though Congress passed a law allowing tax deductions for those expenses, the Wisconsin Department of Revenue says it can't permit deductions without state legislative action.
Kenosha is having a hot month with three winning lotto tickets totaling over half a million dollars sold in the city during July.
RACINE COUNTY — Former Racine Mayor John Dickert was formally charged late Monday afternoon for his involvement in a fight at a local grocery …
DOR Secretary Peter Barca said the department identified about 188 Wisconsin businesses had been negatively impacted. He said the missing September payments have since been addressed, but the debacle left some companies potentially open to penalties or late payment interest fees.
A recent breakfast panel discussion with the theme of “Navigating the New Economy: The Booming Border” highlighted with precision challenges we face in our expanding economy and job market.
MADISON — Former Racine Mayor John Dickert is returning to public service, this time as Division of State and Local Finance administrator unde…
Republican leaders appear to be split over how to use the newfound one-time revenue.
SOMERS — With Kenosha County Judge Jodi Meier officiating, Somers native Thaddeus “Tip” McGuire was sworn in as a member of the state Assembly…