Barack Obama wins a second term as President of the United States, Romney-Ryan comes up short in Wisconsin, and Tammy Baldwin makes history.
UW-Madison scientists help predict Hurricane Sandy, Obama and Baldwin see gains in the Marquette Poll, the Milwaukee Bucks season begins, and more.
Dan Shafer runs down the winners and losers of the past week in Wisconsin. Plus, a few words on the tragic shooting in Brookfield.
President Barack Obama got his mojo back at the second presidential debate, says Will Durst, while Mitt Romney stepped into the Benghazi tiger trap.
The Packers win big, President Obama has a strong debate, Kevin Kavanaugh is convicted of stealing from veterans, and 85 anti-voting billboards pop up.
Joe Biden and Paul Ryan took off the gloves and put their red, white and blue Lucha Libre masks for this year’s vice presidential wrestling match, er, debate.
Kelly Rindfleisch pleads guilty, Dave Wineland wins the Nobel Prize, the FBI will investigate the Derek Williams case and the U.S. economy shows signs of life.
Will Durst tries to figure out why President Obama appeared to be sleepwalking during the first debate. Was he stunned by the audacity of Romney’s mendacity?
The season ends for the Milwaukee Brewers (and Ben Rouse), the first presidential debate is held, and a La Crosse news anchor has a message for bullies.
The first presidential debate is tonight, but Will Durst has his eye on the campaign’s real gamechanger, The October Surprise.