Evers Acts to Boost Healthcare Workforce

Evers Acts to Boost Healthcare Workforce

Relaxes rules to allow state’s 2,750-plus physician assistants to help provide pandemic care.

Over 1,000 COVID-19 Cases in Wisconsin

Over 1,000 COVID-19 Cases in Wisconsin

State reports over 2,000 tests processed in one day for the first time.

Federal Judge Won’t Delay Spring Election

Federal Judge Won’t Delay Spring Election

City of Green Bay sued, saying it couldn’t hold election safely, judge dismisses suit.

Plenty of Horne: Dark-Money Group Slings Mud in Comptroller Race
Plenty of Horne

Dark-Money Group Slings Mud in Comptroller Race

Group backing Rep. Jason Fields produces attack ads against his opponent, Aycha Sawa.

Urban Reads: How Pigeons Dominate Cities
Urban Reads

How Pigeons Dominate Cities

All the city news you can use.

Vote Absentee: Milwaukee County Circuit Court – Branch 29
Vote Absentee

Milwaukee County Circuit Court – Branch 29

Gabler vs Kiefer for one of two contested Milwaukee County Circuit Court seats.

Karofsky Campaign Issues Cease and Desist Over Attack Ads

Karofsky Campaign Issues Cease and Desist Over Attack Ads

Campaign calls ads "false, baseless, and disgusting."

Vote Absentee: Milwaukee County Circuit Court – Branch 5
Vote Absentee

Milwaukee County Circuit Court – Branch 5

Blomme vs Dedinsky in one of two contested Milwaukee County circuit court races.

Local Org Connecting People With Resources

Local Org Connecting People With Resources

Milwaukee Community Care and Mutual Aid helps those struggling to get what they need during the pandemic.

Vote Absentee: Wisconsin Supreme Court Candidates
Vote Absentee

Wisconsin Supreme Court Candidates

Karofsky vs Kelly for a 10-year term on the state's highest court.

Friday Photos: Construction Underway on Second Phase of Wellness Commons
Friday Photos

Construction Underway on Second Phase of Wellness Commons

Project will bring investment, new office space to Lindsay Heights.

Brew City: Beer Drive-Thru This Saturday
Brew City

Beer Drive-Thru This Saturday

You can support six Milwaukee breweries by picking up some beer at a drive-thru in St. Francis.

Help Sew Masks for Healthcare Workers

Help Sew Masks for Healthcare Workers

Wantable is using its expertise to crowdsource masks for those on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Governor Calls for Mail-In Election

Governor Calls for Mail-In Election

Governor Tony Evers calls for all registered votes to be mailed ballots.

Fourth Election Lawsuit Arguing for Postponement

Fourth Election Lawsuit Arguing for Postponement

This one filed by advocacy groups arguing that maintaining the election will disenfranchise minorities.

Eight COVID-19 Deaths in Milwaukee’s African American Community

Eight COVID-19 Deaths in Milwaukee’s African American Community

In the City of Milwaukee, the African-American community is facing a crisis.

Op Ed: Why to Vote No on Marsy’s Law
Op Ed

Why to Vote No on Marsy’s Law

Referendum proposal would undermine due process and the presumption of innocence.

842 COVID-19 Cases in Wisconsin, “Crisis Within A Crisis” in Milwaukee

842 COVID-19 Cases in Wisconsin, “Crisis Within A Crisis” in Milwaukee

Evers acknowledges disparate racial impact in Milwaukee, says CDC is studying matter.

Governor Evers Blocks Evictions, Foreclosures During Pandemic

Governor Evers Blocks Evictions, Foreclosures During Pandemic

Emergency order in effect for 60 days.

Pandemic Related Fraud Popping Up

Pandemic Related Fraud Popping Up

Bogus vaccines and cure all's. Claims of virus killing toothpaste.

Transportation: Port Milwaukee Traffic Up In 2020
Transportation

Port Milwaukee Traffic Up In 2020

Less ice on Great Lakes allows port to keep working through winter.

Sherman Phoenix Needs Help to ‘Rise Again’

Sherman Phoenix Needs Help to ‘Rise Again’

To rise again, the Sherman Phoenix and its 27 businesses need your help.

Sen. Fred Risser Retires After 64 Years

Sen. Fred Risser Retires After 64 Years

He is the longest serving legislator in the United States.

Why Are Many COVID-19 Tests Negative?

Why Are Many COVID-19 Tests Negative?

On average, 16 tests come back negative for every one positive, right now.

Op Ed: Lessons of the Pandemic
Op Ed

Lessons of the Pandemic

It’s exposed weaknesses in Wisconsin that legislators must address after the crisis ends.