Wisconsin supporters of the Affordable Care Act are urging people to sign up through HealthCare.gov, now that the site's performance has improved. A national poll, however, indicates young people may not be planning to sign up in the numbers that the federal government hopes they will.
A former criminal investigator for the state Department of Justice will get a day in court, having accused the state of violating Wisconsin's whistleblower law by firing him after he accused a fellow agent of illegally selling guns.
A second scientist now confirms that asbestos-like fibers exist in the rock formations of the proposed iron ore mine in the Penokee Hills. That confirmation also comes with a warning: that these fibers are dangerous if the rock is disturbed.
Scott Walker shakes hands with Brian Brueggeman after signing a bill at Independent Living Resources in La Crosse that puts more funding towards DWD's Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. DVR placed Brian with a company that tears down old homes and farms.