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The enraging deja vu of a third coronavirus wave Wisconsin "keeps...

There’s a joke I’ve seen circulating online, over and over during this pandemic, that goes along the lines of, “Months this year: January, February,...

Washington at a standstill, as states face the loss of federal...

WASHINGTON — The number of coronavirus infections across the country is swelling at a perilous time for state governments, just weeks before federal support...

DATCP, DHS warn of vaccine trial scams

With news of progress in the effort to develop a COVID-19 vaccine, the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) and the...

Supreme Court takes up effort to block school closures in Racine

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has given the Racine public health department until 4 p.m. on Monday to respond to a petition by School Choice...

Biden promises ‘no national shutdown’ despite surge in COVID-19

WASHINGTON—President-elect Joe Biden pressed the urgent need for economic relief and a vaccine distribution plan for states and tribes after a video meeting Thursday...

Hospitals CEO urges governor and Legislature to act together quickly COVID-19...

Pleading with Gov. Tony Evers and leaders of the state Legislature to avert “a catastrophe” from the surge in COVID-19, the head of the...

Pocan blasts Evers, Vos and state Senate for COVID-19 train wreck Pleas...

The picture Congressman Mark Pocan paints of the state of Wisconsin’s response to COVID-19 is bleak. “We pretty much saw two trains on one track...

Wisconsin jobs report shows a new downturn as pandemic surges

After five months of diminishing job growth, Wisconsin employment fell in October, with service industry employees, including  bar and restaurant workers, bearing the greatest...

Another brick in the Capitol wall? Evers and Vos continue COVID-response...

Gov. Tony Evers had several messages directed at legislative Republicans during his news conference on Wednesday — and most were tied to his feeling...

Seven members of Congress test positive for COVID-19 in one week,...

WASHINGTON — Seven members of the U.S. House and Senate announced during the past week that they have tested positive for COVID-19, marking a...
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