UW-Madison classical musicians have been tasked with finding new ways for students to collaborate, as the pandemic puts a halt on in-person performance.
UW-Madison will have a three-part testing program in place when students return to campus in the fall, according to Chancellor Rebecca Blank.
U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., said Wisconsin may need to consider more stringent regulations for bars going forward, expressing concern over the rising number of COVID-19 cases.
The Wisconsin State Supreme Court struck down Gov. Tony Evers’ ‘stay-at-home’ order in a 4-3 decision Wednesday, putting Wisconsin’s coronavirus response plan in the hands of the Legislature.
In anticipation of future financial losses related to the COVID-19 outbreak, UW System President Ray Cross directed campuses to cut academic programs and brace for layoffs Thursday.
Gov. Tony Evers directed the Department of Natural Resources to re-open 34 state parks, forests and recreational areas Tuesday for the beginning of May under special conditions as temperatures rise across the state.
The Madison Police Department will be citing any social gatherings that violate the stay-at-home order.
An estimated 1,500 protestors gathered in downtown Madison just outside the Capitol building to protest Gov. Tony Evers’ extension of the ‘Safer-at-Home order Friday, despite recommendations from public health experts.
Gov. Tony Evers released the "Badger Bounce Back Plan" Monday, stating daily life will resume once there is a decline in coronavirus cases and symptoms for two weeks straight.
Gov. Tony Evers announced Thursday he would extend Wisconsin’s Safer at Home order until late May in order to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus.
The Dane County government has teamed up with the City of Madison to shelter the local homeless population amid COVID-19 health and safety risks.
When co-owners Carol ‘Orange’ Schroeder and Dean Schroeder opened Orange Tree Imports in 1975 as a gift and kitchenware store, they never have anticipated the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gov. Tony Evers directed the Department of Natural Resources Thursday to close 40 state parks, forests and recreational areas to promote social distancing amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
As businesses remain closed to prevent the transmission of the COVID-19 virus, a new projection from the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development indicated the state’s unemployment rate has risen to almost 27 percent.
Gov. Tony Evers signed an executive order Monday ahead of Tuesday’s primary to suspend in-person voting in Wisconsin until June 9, 2020. Hours later, the State Supreme Court ruled against Ever’s executive order, meaning Wisconsin’s Spring Primary will go on as scheduled, even with the state’s ‘Safer at Home’ Order in effect.
UW System President Ray Cross warned Thursday the coronavirus pandemic could force changes to the fall semester, scheduled to begin in late August.
The 2020 Democratic National Convention has been postponed to mid-August as organizers attempt to navigate the coronavirus pandemic, the Democratic National Committee announced Thursday.
Gov. Tony Evers was joined by every member of Wisconsin’s congressional delegation in calling on support from national officials to receive additional resources more quickly in the state’s fight against the coronavirus outbreak.
UW System President Ray Cross announced nearly $80 million in refunds will be made to students that had to vacate residence halls early due to the uncontrollable spread of COVID-19.
UW-Madison announced it will bring in an outside shipping and packing company to pack and store the belongings of approximately 4,000 students in residence halls.
Madison and Dane County Public Health say it is unlikely the driver contracted the novel coronavirus from a passenger.
In response to multiple student petitions, UW-Madison released a statement Tuesday committing to income continuation for all nonessential student employees through the remainder of the semester amid COVID-19 closures.
Following Gov. Tony Evers' order Tuesday to close all nonessential businesses and gathering places in an attempt to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, state health officials warned that more than 20,000 Wisconsinites could contract COVID-19 if the edict is not followed.
After holding out as long as possible, UW-Madison announced Monday that it would postpone its spring commencement ceremonies due to rising concerns related to the COVID-19 virus.
A man in his 50s from Fond du Lac County and a man in his 90s from Ozaukee County are the first two deaths in Wisconsin from the novel coronavirus.
Empty dorms could be offered to local hospitals as the COVID-19 crisis continues.
The shutdown, affecting over 1 million children, will last until at least April 5.
Local St. Patrick’s day parade canceled to minimize the threat of a local COVID-19 outbreak.
The city urged residents to follow the health department’s recommendations to minimize the impact of the virus on the community.
Gov. Tony Evers declared a public health emergency in the state of Wisconsin Thursday morning in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
The Wisconsin Department of Health confirmed three people have tested positive for COVID-19 Wednesday — doubling the total number of confirmed cases in Wisconsin to six.
The Wisconsin Department of Health and Dane County announced Tuesday a third person in Wisconsin — Dane County specifically — has tested positive for COVID-19.
While she felt no personal threat, Laura Buckman, a UW-Madison junior studying abroad in Italy, was disheartened to learn she must leave the country at the university’s request due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19, formerly known as Novel Coronavirus.
While COVID-19 has begun to spread across the U.S., Wisconsin officials ruled out declaring a state of emergency for now as the state and UW-Madison prepare emergency plans.