Scenic Bluffs Preparing for Second Outreach Effort
Another kick at the can to help people sign up for health insurance on the
Doyle Will Make Concessions on Clean Energy
Gov. Jim Doyle says he's open to approving a scaled-back clean energy bill as long as a key provision setting new renewable energy standards remains in tact.
Doyle says the crux of the sweeping measure being debated in the Legislature would require 25 percent of Wisconsin's energy to come from renewable sources by 2025. He says that provision is what's critical to creating new jobs in fields like solar and wind energy.
Doyle told reporters he is open to changes on other details that he didn't specify and that he expects ``significant changes'' as it moves through both houses.
The bill would lift Wisconsin's ban on new nuclear power plants and tighten auto emission standards, among many other things.
Man Hit By Truck Hailed As A Hero
As UW-L's Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance Bob Hetzel recovers
Congressional Candidate Says President Overshares on ISIS Tactics
The president has clearly tipped his hand when it comes to ISIS in the
Burke Back In La Crosse
Mary Burke gets a little momentum, late in the race for governor.