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A somber Christmas decoration decks the Capitol steps Home-made garland commemorates...

For about an hour on Wednesday, a construction paper chain made up of nearly 5,000 interlaced rings — red, green, yellow, white and blue...

Home test, exposure app among state’s new pandemic-battling tools

Wisconsin is getting a few little presents in the midst of the continuing pandemic: A new home COVID-19 test. An app that reports if...

Evers drafts ‘compromise’ bill on COVID-19, urges GOP leaders to act

In a move that carried the air of “put up or shut up,” Gov. Tony Evers sent the Republican leaders of the state Legislature...

Congress seals the deal on emergency relief after dispute over Fed...

WASHINGTON — A deal on a coronavirus relief package finally emerged on Sunday night, after members of Congress resolved a days-long impasse over a...

Nursing students across the state asked to fill holes in healthcare...

Ten months into the COVID-19 pandemic, with Wisconsin still trying to bring down the infection rate after a massive spike in cases this fall,...

Ron Johnson says he will block $1,200 stimulus checks

U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) spoke out on Friday on the Senate floor in opposition to a bipartisan proposal advanced by his colleague Sen....

High court hears 25% capacity limit arguments State says health order...

Having stripped the state health department in May of its ability to unilaterally impose wide-reaching public health orders to curb a deadly disease, the...

Workers’ COVID-19 lawsuits could be quashed under GOP push in Congress

WASHINGTON—A wrongful death lawsuit filed in connection with a Tyson meat packing facility in Iowa alleged that managers secretly took bets on how many...

Congress close to emergency relief deal including direct payments, added unemployment...

WASHINGTON — A coronavirus relief deal appears within reach following months of stalemate in Congress, potentially providing much-needed help to Americans facing expiring unemployment...

Unemployment insurance woes get auditors’ spotlight Lawmakers find little common ground...

Tens of thousands of people who have been waiting on their unemployment insurance claims may learn by the end of the year whether they...
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