Trump supporters gathered in the nation's capital to protest the ratification of President-elect Joe Biden's Electoral College victory over President Donald Trump in the 2020 election. The demonstration turned violent and deadly. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
Wis. Congressman Who Rejected Election Results Unsure Who’s to Blame for Capitol Riot

Fitzgerald also defends vote against impeaching Trump. Tiffany backs out of forum.

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Evers’ Calls Special Session to Overhaul Antiquated Unemployment Insurance System

Governor follows through on State of the State message to upgrade system that led to massive backlog, while also declaring 2021 the Year of Broadband Access in yearly speech.

Lorene Gomez hugs her mother, Irene "GG" Alexander, in the newly renovated kitchen in GG's Madison home on Dec. 18. (Photo © Andy Manis)
GG’s House, Part 3: Unveiling ‘Love in Action’

Madison community pours $100,000 of in-kind donations into the project. GG’s children respond with a donation of their own.

An artist rendering of the late Patrick Alexander and his wife, Irene "GG" Alexander. (Photo provided by Lorene Gomez)
GG’s House, Part 2: Her Life Is One of Giving. It’s That Bond Keeping Them Together Amid Tragedy.

“When it comes to my family, my friends, and mostly anybody that knows me, if there is something I can do for you, I will do it. No ifs, ands, or buts.”

Anija Ragland, 6, holds a portrait of sister, Anisa Scott, on Dec. 1. Since Anisa's death on Aug. 13, the portrait goes everywhere the family goes. (Photo © Andy Manis)
GG’s House, Part 1: A Murder, a Photo, and a Family Shattered

“That was such a horrific thing that happened to her. I don’t know if we’ll ever get over that. We try to take one day at a time, but each comes with tears and sadness.”

Gov. Tony Evers signs an executive order on Jan. 27 authorizing the creation of a nonpartisan commission to draw fair maps for the next redistricting process. (Photo by Jessica VanEgeren)
Evers: Gerrymandering Allowed GOP to Abandon Wisconsin in the Depths of a Pandemic

Evers wants the next maps to return to rewarding compromise and service, rather than conflict, but a 2021 battle is expected.

Rep.-elect Donna Rozar (R-Marshfield) from Assembly District 69, and Sen.-elect Brad Pfaff (D-La Crosse) from Senate District 32. (Graphic Illustration by Morgaine Ford-Workman)
The Wisconsin 24: Meet Brad Pfaff and Donna Rozar

Rozar brings her experience as seasoned cardiac nurse and county supervisor, while Pfaff is elected to the Senate one year after it fired him as DATCP secretary.