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Farms go from frying pan of trade wars to fire of...

As 2019 was ending and 2020 was about to launch, Wisconsin farmers like Cal Dalton were hoping things were about to look up. “At Christmastime...

Pocan proposes invalidating liability waivers for rallies during pandemic

Rep. Mark Pocan (D-Black Earth)  announced on Tuesday that he is introducing legislation to prevent liability waivers from being enforced for indoor gatherings of...

House Democrats call for more federal aid for public education

WASHINGTON — Congressional Democrats called Monday for more federal aid for education as the nation’s schools prepare to reopen this fall. “Unless the federal government...

‘Planned happenstance’: College students make summer plans under extreme circumstances Pandemic...

Years from now, when today’s college students are entering the workforce, interviewers will likely ask about what they did during the tumultuous summer of...

Dane County moving to phase two of reopening Monday

Dane County is set to move into phase two of its Forward Dane COVID-19 reopening plan on Monday at 8 a.m., according to a...

Action on Trump’s lawsuit against Rhinelander TV Station lawyer calls the...

The defamation lawsuit filed by President Donald Trump’s campaign against a small Rhinelander television station moved forward this week. On Monday, lawyers representing Northland Television,...

Evers meets with lawmakers to discuss issues raised by protests Governor...

Gov. Tony Evers met with legislators Thursday and says he hopes to do so again next week to discuss new legislation to address issues...

Wisconsin private universities estimate $245 million in COVID-19 related losses

Wisconsin’s private colleges and universities estimate a combined loss of $245 million due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to data from the Wisconsin Association...

Landlord groups to apartment owners: Hit ‘pause’ on evictions

While a state moratorium on evictions ended two weeks ago, two apartment associations are urging landlords to hold off on expelling tenants who are...

Union wants insurer to keep work in Madison, not send it...

The COVID-19 pandemic led Madison-based CUNA Mutual Group to bring some of its work back to Wisconsin after having outsourced it overseas several years...
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