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Health care workers call out lawmakers who want to throw out...

Frustrated at threats from Republican lawmakers to overturn Wisconsin’s statewide mask mandate aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19, a group of health care...

Wisconsin public universities get $32 million for testing as fall semester...

Wisconsin’s colleges and universities are preparing to bring students back to campus next month after ending the spring semester virtually due to COVID-19, but...

Show halls seek financial aid in next COVID-19 relief from Congress

After going dark in the spring because of the COVID-19 pandemic and anticipating no more public performances for the rest of 2020, independent concert...

Wisconsin National Guard mobilized again to help with Aug. 11 election

With the state in search of as many as 900 poll workers, Wisconsin National Guard members will be deployed to assist with the partisan...

Raising again their Raging voices Gaggle of ‘Grannies’ come out of...

It had been months since they felt they could get together safely. But on Tuesday, Aug. 4, a dozen Raging Grannies decided they could...

Evictions are up during the pandemic and residents have had enough...

After being evicted from her home in 2019, Jacqueline Clark knows all too well about the trials that may await families in Milwaukee County...

Evers says schools will make their own decisions for the fall...

Gov. Tony Evers reiterated Tuesday that he has no plans to issue a statewide order forbidding schools from holding in-person classes this fall, despite...

Baldwin jobs bill gets endorsements from state workforce development groups

A U.S. Senate bill to create a long-term program of subsidized jobs for people put out of work by the COVID-19 pandemic has gained...

‘How are we going to fix that? How are we going...

Months after lawmakers — and even the state’s top economic development strategist — thought it would be waning, COVID-19 still threatens Wisconsin, as its...

CDC report: Voting in Milwaukee fell April 7, but COVID-19 cases...

The April 7 election doesn’t appear to have sparked a surge in COVID-19 infections in Milwaukee, according to a new report from the federal...
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