Breaking news about fast-track legislation is sure to reignite the right to work debate.
Gov. Scott Walker's proposed budget cuts to the University of Wisconsin System have been pegged at 13 percent, 2.5 percent and 16 percent. So, are any of those figures correct?
How is it that the conservative commentator linked the two?
We haven’t studied it, but we think there might be pent-up demand for Pants on Fire.
How we sized up claims made about the $800 million casino complex.
Gov. Scott Walker would have finished much closer to his 250,000 jobs goal had there been four years with the jobs growth seen in 2014 -- especially the final four months of the year.
Before the year disappears from the rear-view mirror, here’s a final PolitiFact Wisconsin look-back at 2014.
A look at the promises we'll be following.
Reviewing articles we did in 2014 without the Truth-O-Meter that provided a different sort of clarity and analysis.
Can you guess how we rated these six lighter and less-serious claims from 2014?
Ranking, by clicks, our seven Pants on Fire ratings from 2014.
The focal point of Wisconsin politics in 2014 was the race for governor.
Wisconsin employers added an impressive number of workers in the last two months, according to the most recent report by the state Department of Workforce Development.
Right to work has suddenly been thrust back into the news in Wisconsin. Here's a look at past factchecks on key issues in the debate.
Wisconsin employers reported another strong month of hiring in October, according to the latest monthly report released by the state Department of Workforce Development.
A look back at our most-clicked work from November.
The contours of a Scott Walker presidential campaign have begun to take shape.
Also: Glenn Grothman goes to Washington. A look at his most provocative comments.
During his 21 years as a Republican state lawmaker in Wisconsin, Glenn Grothman has been perceived either as an authentic conservative who speaks his mind with refreshing candor, or as a fringe character who makes extreme, often offensive, observations.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, fresh from a re-election win that promoted his presidential prospects, went on "Meet the Press" a few days later. How did he do truth-wise?
Meanwhile, here are our round-ups of claims on key topics: Taxes, education, jobs, wages and income, business growth, higher education and miscellaneous items.