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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...

When being sick prompts fears of being fired ‘No-fault’ absence policies...

In late May, Mike Jackson collapsed on the job at Briggs & Stratton’s factory on Milwaukee’s Northwest Side. A few days later, on May...

Wisconsin seniors face extraordinary risks amid pandemic A lung-transplant survivor requiring...

As the COVID19 pandemic rages in America, our senior citizens face extraordinary risks.  I know, because I’m one of them. As a lung transplant...

Fear of lawsuit leads Dane County to loosen limit on church...

Threatened with the prospect of a lawsuit from the Madison Catholic Diocese, Public Health Madison Dane County (PHMDC) has revised an order on the...

‘This cannot be who we are any longer’ Evers links COVID-19...

The regular briefings state officials hold to update the media on Wisconsin’s battle with COVID-19 are usually a mix of earnest public health reminders...

UW Regents address presidential search, COVID-19 blueprint in meeting

The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents discussed two of its most controversial issues in a meeting Thursday — System President Ray Cross’...

Tear gas is way more dangerous than police let on —...

This story was originally published by ProPublica. When Amira Chowdhury joined a protest in Philadelphia against police violence on Monday, she wore a mask to...
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