Democratic Gov. Tony Evers announced Thursday, Jan. 13 he had pardoned 54 more people, bringing his total to nearly 400, the most of any Wisconsin governor.
Gov. Tony Evers plans to deliver the annual State of the State address in the Capitol building again. Last year’s address via video conference.
Gov. Tony Evers announced Tuesday that he's pardoned 30 more people, raising his pardon total to 337 over his three years in office.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers promised to fight a proposed constitutional amendment supported that would change election law.
Gov. Tony Evers said he might support efforts to overhaul Wisconsin's bail system, which came under scrutiny following the Waukesha Christmas parade deaths.
Gov. Tony Evers and first lady Kathy Evers shared a virtual video tour of the 2021 Governor's Mansion holiday decorations.
Gamblers may soon have more opportunities to wager on sports in Wisconsin.
Governor Evers' firing of Milwaukee County DA John Chisholm after the Waukesha Christmas parade attack is now being sought with a formal complaint filed by a taxpayer alleging the county's top prosecutor should be ousted over Darrell Brooks' $1,000 bail.
Gov. Tony Evers hosts a news conference in Milwaukee on Thursday morning, Dec. 16 regarding the state's workforce challenges and Workforce Innovation grants.
Gov. Tony Evers on Wednesday submitted redistricting plans to the Wisconsin Supreme Court. The maps would still maintain Republican majorities.
Wisconsin announced on Tuesday, Dec. 14 12 regional projects aimed at developing long-term solutions to the state's workforce challenges.
Gov. Evers takes action on two bills to support victims and survivors of sexual assault.
Gov. Tony Evers commented on the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office handling of Darrell Brooks' bail. We ask: could he fire John Chisholm?
Gov. Tony Evers commented on the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office handling of Darrell Brooks' bail, but did not speak on removing the DA.
Gov. Tony Evers announced Thursday, Dec. 2 a $110 million investment in Wisconsin kids and schools.
Gov. Tony Evers ordered the flags of the United States and the state of Wisconsin to be flown at half-staff as a mark of respect for the victims of the tragedy at the Waukesha Christmas Parade.
Gov. Tony Evers ordered the flags of the United States and the state of Wisconsin to be flown at half-staff on Monday, Nov. 22 as a mark of respect for the victims of the tragedy at the 2021 Waukesha Christmas Parade.
Gov. Tony Evers followed through Thursday on his promise to veto the Republican-drawn redistricting plans.
Wisconsin Army National Guard troops are reporting for state active duty to support Kenosha law enforcement in relation to the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.
Former Wisconsin Republican Gov. Scott Walker and a conservative think tank asked the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a challenge to Democratic Gov. Tony Evers' decision to exclude the group's writers from press briefings.