Here's a look at some of the biggest items in the budget.
Republicans are confident these major provisions will stay. They control both Legislative chambers.
The budget includes an income tax cut of about $650 million. Rates in all tax brackets would be cut, but it varies on how much.
There are also major items related to education.
The private school voucher program would expand statewide, but there would be enrollment caps.
Spending in public schools would increase $150 per student the next two years.
And for college students tuition would be frozen in the UW System.
Finally - unemployment changes. People would have to apply for at least four jobs a week, instead of two, to continue receiving benefits.
On Wednesday, a state committee will release its recommendations on what Wisconsin should do with the Common Core standards.
Cheers for a big check at an Appleton elementary school.
The victim in a weekend shooting at an Appleton night club has died, according to Appleton police.
The possibility of a Walmart store in downtown Green Bay is still alive.
Driving instructors and law enforcement say lessons can be learned from Sunday’s massive pileup northwest of Milwaukee.
The village of Allouez has received a request from the owner of the Hilltop Apartments site to build a 48-unit apartment complex on the site of the burnt-out apartments.