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2021 Wisconsin State Fair Is On

2021 Wisconsin State Fair Is On

170th edition of fair returns, will honor tickets for 2020 event cancelled by pandemic.

Jury Finds Officer Derek Chauvin Guilty

Jury Finds Officer Derek Chauvin Guilty

Minneapolis cop guilty on all charges, including second degree murder of George Floyd.

State Wants Pause in Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

State Wants Pause in Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

6 reports of blood clots among 6.8 million doses administered.

Underly Defeats Kerr In State Superintendent Race

Underly Defeats Kerr In State Superintendent Race

Deborah Kerr conceded just after 9:30 p.m.

Dentists Can Now Administer Vaccines

Dentists Can Now Administer Vaccines

New legislation signed Monday requires dentists to take training before they can give vaccines.

4 New Pharmacies Will Offer Vaccines

4 New Pharmacies Will Offer Vaccines

Meijer and Walmart, two other chains, added to state’s vaccine distribution program.

Authorities Monitoring State Capitol

Authorities Monitoring State Capitol

Protests expected by some, but Madison acting police chief says no credible threats so far.

Police Chief: 8 Injured In Shooting At Mayfair Mall
Police Chief

8 Injured In Shooting At Mayfair Mall

Law enforcement searching for shooting suspect.

Judge Blocks Evers Rule on Restaurants, Bars

Judge Blocks Evers Rule on Restaurants, Bars

Temporarily blocks health order’s capacity limits in response to Tavern League suit.

Trump and Barr Tour Kenosha

Trump and Barr Tour Kenosha

'These are not acts of peaceful protest, but really domestic terror,’ president declares.

Protests Were Peaceful Wednesday Night

Protests Were Peaceful Wednesday Night

Kenosha and Madison don't see the violence of the previous nights.

Shots Fired, 2 Killed in Kenosha Protests

Shots Fired, 2 Killed in Kenosha Protests

Police seeking shooter. Protests continue across state against police shooting of Jacob Blake

Protesters Condemn Jacob Blake Shooting

Protesters Condemn Jacob Blake Shooting

Hundreds demonstrate. People set trucks, buildings on fire. Evers sends National Guard.

Finalist for UW System President Withdraws

Finalist for UW System President Withdraws

Candidate withdraws, after search process came under criticism.

More Than A Thousand Safer-At-Home Protesters Converge On Capitol
Summerfest Postponed Until September

Summerfest Postponed Until September

Due to COVID-19 outbreak, festival leaders moving it to three weekends in September.

33 Cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin

33 Cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin

On Sunday, officials confirm five more cases Fond du Lac County, one more in Milwaukee County.

27 Cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin

27 Cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin

Six in Milwaukee County. State’s total up to 27 as of Saturday afternoon.

Gov. Evers Mandates Closing All K-12 Schools

Gov. Evers Mandates Closing All K-12 Schools

Governor expects to reopen schools on April 6.

Shooting at Molson Coors Left 6 Dead, Including Gunman

Shooting at Molson Coors Left 6 Dead, Including Gunman

Law enforcement and elected officials lament the tragedy.

GOP Congressman Sean Duffy Resigning

GOP Congressman Sean Duffy Resigning

Northern Wisconsin Republican wants to focus on his growing family.

Armed Man Shot By Police

Armed Man Shot By Police

Killing on South Side came after attempted robbery.

Polar Storm Pummels the State

Polar Storm Pummels the State

Winter storm warning, 6 to 13 inches of snow, then arctic cold. Ugh.

Tony Evers Wins Over Crowded Field

Tony Evers Wins Over Crowded Field

State Superintendent wins easily, Mitchell takes second.