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State Supreme Court hears arguments over governor’s emergency powers Case could...

The state’s current mask requirement — and Gov. Tony Evers’ power to declare new states of emergency because of the COVID-19 pandemic — were...

AARP report says nursing homes need more resources, scrutiny in pandemic...

COVID-19 cases rose sharply in Wisconsin nursing homes for both residents and staff members in October, and supplies of personal protective equipment (PPE) are...

Hospital, nursing home staff shortages create healthcare bottleneck DHS focuses on...

Faced with staff shortages in hospitals, nursing homes and other long-term care facilities during  the COVID-19 pandemic, state health officials and hospital administrators are...

Hybrid education may not work According to some experts could be...

Keith Posley, Milwaukee’s school superintendent, proposed at a special October 27 school board meeting that the board consider the possibility of using a hybrid...

Food banks seeing 70% increase in demand during the pandemic get...

With the Thanksgiving holiday coming up, the Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) is allocating an additional $10 million — building on...

Billionaire GOP donors who fought Evers’ public health measures contract COVID-19...

Trump megadonors Liz and Dick Uihlein, owners of Uline shipping and outspoken opponents of COVID-19 prevention measures, have tested positive for the virus after...

‘Wisconsin, this is serious. This crisis is urgent’ Governor ‘advises’ state...

Blocked from issuing sweeping statewide health orders and facing lawsuits challenging his ability to declare more health emergencies during the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Tony...

UW Football set to return after getting ‘handle’ on COVID-19 outbreak

The University of Wisconsin football team expects to be back on the field this weekend after two games were cancelled due to an outbreak...

COVID-19 continue to spread as courts tie the state’s hands Feds...

Wisconsin begins a new week with a new record of coronavirus infections. But even as federal authorities have urged the state to maintain or...

Healthcare workers see a personal stake in the 2020 election How...

At the intersection of healthcare and worker rights, Kate Walton has been spending virtually every free waking hour phone-banking for the 2020 election —...
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