The decision Thursday night keeps the law known as Senate Bill 8 in place as the Justice Department tries halting the law.
A federal appeals court is temporarily allowing the nation’s toughest abortion law to resume in Texas.
Gun violence in the city of Milwaukee is at an all-time high. After a violent Thursday night, health officials are pushing for prevention.
Supporters of abortion rights urged legislators to scrap bills that would prohibit abortions based on fetal characteristics and force doctors to care for babies born as a result of botched abortions.
Tissue taken from the woman's tumor before she died of cervical cancer became the first human cells to be successfully cloned
The 2021 Sista Strut in downtown Milwaukee celebrated breast cancer survivors, supporters and fighters during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
A flu shot drive-thru clinic at Froedtert in Menomonee Falls offers convenience and protection as flu season approaches.
The ban “surprise” medical bills, charges that hit insured patients at some of life’s most vulnerable moments, is on track to take effect on Jan. 1.
Wisconsin health officials said COVID-19 is to blame for a shortage of intensive care unit and medical-surgical beds.
According to Scientific American, scientists at the University of Mississippi and Hapten Sciences are "proceeding with a compound called PDC-APB" to be injected once every year or two to prevent the poison plant's effects.
With Houston-area hospitals still experiencing an influx of COVID-19 patients and feeling beyond overwhelmed, nursing schools tell FOX 26 they're seeing a mix of students either stepping up or changing careers altogether.
Mexico’s Supreme Court has ruled that it is unconstitutional to punish abortion.
Former Washington Football Team running back Clinton Portis has pleaded guilty in connection with his role in a health care fraud scheme.
A judge on Wednesday gave conditional approval to a sweeping, potentially $10 billion plan submitted by OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma to settle a mountain of lawsuits over its role in the opioid crisis.
UW Health on Thursday, Aug. 26 shared information related to reports of scam phone calls made using a UW Health phone number.
Two co-owners of a Wauwatosa business were convicted by a federal jury of conspiracy to distribute and unlawful distribution of controlled substances.
Former Purdue Pharma president and chair Richard Sackler says he, his family and the company do not have any responsibility for the opioid crisis in the United States.
The Biden administration will move to require nursing home staff to be vaccinated as a condition for receiving federal funding.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is allowing the problem-plagued factory of contract manufacturer Emergent BioSolutions to resume production of COVID-19 vaccine.
Luther Manor, a senior living community in Wauwatosa, celebrated its 60th anniversary on Tuesday, July 13.