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Wisconsin courts can resume in-person hearings and jury trials if they can come up with plans to protect participants and observers from the coronavirus, under... [Read More]
Sheila Briggs, an assistant Wisconsin school superintendent who served under Tony Evers in the state education department before he was elected governor in 2018, announced... [Read More]
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has decided to allow courts to resume in-person hearings and jury trials if they can come up with plans to protect... [Read More]
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has decided to allow courts to resume in-person hearings and jury trials if they can come up with plans to protect... [Read More]
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has decided to allow courts to resume in-person hearings and jury trials if they can come up with plans to protect... [Read More]
These Wisconsin lotteries were drawn Monday:... [Read More]
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Wisconsin has recorded 307 more coronavirus cases and four new deaths, the Department of Health Services reported Monday. The new cases raised Wisconsin's... [Read More]
Wisconsin has gone over 500 confirmed deaths from the coronavirus, according to state Department of Health Services figures released Saturday. The report showed 481 new... [Read More]
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When Duane Daniels heard through a local veterans group, back in 2018, that pet owners in his south side neighborhood could get free pet supplies... [Read More]
For 20 days in April, nurse Elizabeth Riley's day would begin by looking for coverings for her shoes. Then, she would put a shower cap... [Read More]
MADISON, Wis. (AP) " Wisconsin has been the battleground for political proxy wars for nearly a decade, the backdrop for bruising feuds over labor... [Read More]
Mia White, an inmate at the Robert E. Ellsworth Correctional Center, has numerous health problems including an enlarged heart, which makes it hard to breathe.... [Read More]
Wisconsin residents who lost income due to the coronavirus pandemic can get help paying their rent, and farmers will be eligible for direct cash payments,... [Read More]
State parks will resume normal hours this weekend but visitors won't have access to bathrooms until early next month, the Department of Natural Resources announced... [Read More]
Hunters would be allowed to kill only six bull elk in 2020 under a proposal the state Department of Natural Resources board is set to... [Read More]
Business owners, candidates for office, a pastor and one of the organizers of last month's "reopen Wisconsin" protest at the Wisconsin Capitol have filed a... [Read More]
Wisconsin's unemployment rate hit 14.1% in April, a level not seen since the Great Depression, the state Department of Workforce Development reported Thursday. [Read More]
State parks will resume normal hours this weekend but visitors won't have access to bathrooms until early next month, the Department of Natural Resources announced... [Read More]
Hunters would be allowed to kill only six bull elk in 2020 under a proposal the state Department of Natural Resources board is set to... [Read More]
Business owners, candidates for office, a pastor and one of the organizers of last month's "reopen Wisconsin" protest at the Wisconsin Capitol have filed a... [Read More]
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