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Dane County Exec asks UW to send underclassmen home for semester

After a massive spike in COVID-19 cases in Dane County, largely attributed to UW-Madison students returning to campus, County Executive Joe Parisi asked in...

One-third of Wisconsinites would not accept a free COVID vaccine September’s...

Over the past month, events have shaken Wisconsin, notably the shootings in Kenosha by police and militia, yet the news hasn’t altered Wisconsinites’ thinking...

Senate GOP emergency relief plan leaves out direct aid to states

WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans unveiled their latest coronavirus relief proposal Tuesday but were met with swift objections from Democrats. The GOP plan failed to include...

Students say campus restrictions are ‘loosey-goosey’ as they wait for COVID-19...

After one week of classes and before the long — and typically boozy — Labor Day weekend, the University of Wisconsin-Madison had already mandated...

Pandemic shines a spotlight on workers’ struggle Wages, benefits, union rights...

Anthony Steward is a cook at Milwaukee’s Fiserv Forum basketball arena and the father of two. He was laid off in the spring when...

COVID-19 infections ease, but they’re still too high State health officials...

Wisconsin’s rate for confirmed COVID-19 infections has maintained a steady pace over the last two weeks: an improvement over July, but not yet where...

How to make virtual instruction work The head of Wisconsin Virtual...

Dawn Nordine has been the executive director of Wisconsin Virtual School for the last 18 years. If there is one person who has the...

Supreme Court asked to throw out the order that closed Dane...

The same law firm that recently asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court to overturn Gov. Tony Evers’ statewide mask order has filed an emergency petition...

Lawsuit challenges Evers’ latest health emergency Legal experts cast doubt on...

A conservative public policy law firm filed suit Tuesday to overturn Gov. Tony Evers’ July 30 health emergency declaration, and with it the statewide...

Testing for COVID-19 hits a slump But tests are available, and...

Testing for COVID-19 has hit a lull in Wisconsin, with many fewer people getting tests for the coronavirus than the state Department of Health...
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