Today will be a good day. But only if you eat some "authentic," Willy St-style ramen first.
How much do you think the average Badger tailgater knows about their team (football, not beer pong)? Jason Joyce investigates with video camera on gameday.
One Wisconsin Now gets copy of memo that details GOP plans to challenge voters at the polls.
Nate Silver draws parallel between Obama's announcement to freeze non-defense spending and McCain's suspension of his campaign gimmick.
AFSCME workers protest the new Wisconsin Institute of Discovery's decision to privatize its workforce.
Hmm...interesting. While many begin to criticize ALDO, Julia Kerr wants it to include more of her district.
At UW, the Campus Women's Center tries to win back the segregated fees funding it was denied last year.
Cops taser two women at Memorial Union after a ruckus at a frat event.
Study says high-speed rail will create 13,000 jobs. Whatever, Scott Walker is going to create 250,000, right?
Manski courting local Dems for Assembly race against Hulsey, finding some success already.
Van Hollen defends his decision to sue the GAB as well as his refusal to defend the state's domestic partner registry law.
Interesting: Republican candidates who want to run against the "career politicians" have to watch it. They don't want to hurt the career politician at the top of their ticket.
High-speed rail brings people out to voice their concerns at city meeting.
Rumor is a new PPP poll will show Feingold down by double-digits today.
State deficit looms over candidates' vows to spur growth.
Zach Wisniewski comments on Newt Gingrich's visit to the Values Voters Summit. Is there any irony in a two-time adulterer addressing the 700 Club faithful, Zach asks.
Non-profit groups are becoming big players in mid-term elections.
If they can't repeal, Republicans will chip away at health care law.