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Sixteen of the 21 deaths happened in October, according to state health reports.
President Donald Trump's campaign would have to pay nearly $8 million to start a recount in Wisconsin, a state he narrowly lost two weeks ago.
Statewide, more than 70,000 people have active infections of COVID-19, meaning they tested positive and haven't recovered or died.
The move came months after former Village Manager Allison Swanson resigned over a dispute with the Ashwaubenon Public Safety Officers Association.
The Wisconsin effort was dropped as lawsuits in Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania were also dismissed.
Wisconsin's COVID-19 response plan is back in the hands of a divided state Supreme Court.
For the fourth time since 2000, a presidential race in Wisconsin was decided by less than a point. But while the state has remained a toss-up, big regional shifts have altered the map
Ashwaubenon this week will review the proposal, which based on tax credits would include units for lower-income renters.
The 6,058 positive cases accounted for 33.7% of the 17,977 that came back Sunday.
Anyone with information about the incident should contact the police department at 920-448-3208.
Blood centers and hospitals are scrambling to find donors for convalescent plasma to treat coronavirus patients, and blood in general to help others.
The driver was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving
As of Saturday, 306,311 people have tested positive for COVID-19 and 2,625 have died in Wisconsin since March.
Law enforcement was called to a report of a vehicle that crashed and burst into flames about 1:30 a.m. Wednesday in a Bellevue neighborhood.
As always, we've rounded up your favorite stories from around Wisconsin this week and some of their top Facebook comments, just for you.
The Missouri girl said the Oconomowoc man kept her in a closet for two weeks and wasn't allowed to use the bathroom.
The move will save the village millions in costs to build a new fire station and will improve response times.
COVID-19 poses a threat to people gathering at Thanksgiving. Here are ways to minimize risks of spreading virus at gatherings with families, friends
The holidays will look different this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Green Bay mental health professionals discuss how to navigate the season.
The school board approved a new instructional plan at its meeting Wednesday, which consists of two phases.
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