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After a slow start, Wisconsin seems to be looking for help beyond the federal CVS and Walgreens program to vaccinate those in long-term care.
A Marinette County judge heard arguments Friday on whether prosecutors can use their only physical evidence tying a man to a double homicide.
The health system will use its LiveWell app to schedule most of its patients, and call or send texts to those without email addresses.
Even with vaccinations increasing, our COVID-19 future looks grim -- both in the U.S. and in Wisconsin, according to the latest projections from The Institute for Health Metrics at the University of Washington in Seattle.
As COVID-19 pandemic continues, superintendent Damian LaCroix says schools will still require mask-wearing, social distancing and regular hand-washing.
So far, 53 groups have registered against the repeal of Wisconsin's mask mandate. The groups range from physicians to educators to chambers of commerce.
The seven-day case average has continued its decline. It is on par with the average seen Sept. 16, when cases were climbing above any previous records.
Howard-Suamico school taxpayers would see tax rate fall 20 cents per $1,000. If district shows typical growth, average tax bill would show $30 decline.
Top two vote getters from among Jamie Barke, Nora Leisner, Megan Mills-Koehler and Dan Nowak advance to April election for Pulaski school board
160 animals were seized by law enforcement in Brown County and now are in the care of the Wisconsin Humane Society.
One year ago, a patient walked into UW Health and asked to be tested for coronavirus — tipping Wisconsin into a new reality and ever-present fear.
Drama is building around Sen. Ron Johnson's plans for whether to run for reelection in 2022.
Lasry says he didn't receive special treatment because of his position with the NBA team, his political aspirations or his father's riches.
Voters will select the top four, who will face off in the April general election for two open seats. Here's how they answered our survey.
Consumers can compost shredded paper, use it as animal bedding or burn it as a fire starter. As a last resort, it can be put in the garbage.
Wednesday saw the highest number of daily vaccinations yet, with more than 36,000 doses administered.
Some Wisconsinites are looking for ways to build political bridges and prevent more violence like the riots at the U.S. Capitol.
Like some exotic dancers nationwide, a northern Wisconsin woman has sued a club she says failed to pay her fairly under federal wage laws
Doctors diagnosed the boy with refeeding syndrome and said the girl was several years behind where she should have been developmentally.
Green, 60, was a Republican member of the U.S. House from Green Bay for eight years, leaving to make an unsuccessful 2006 bid for governor.
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