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.
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Wisconsin Sen. Tammy Baldwin slammed President Trump’s response to Black Lives Matter protests, trade wars early in the year and COVID-19 Wednesday afternoon.
Vos’ recorded statement on immigrants, COVID-19 sparks outrage as Republicans criticize Evers’ staff for recording meeting
Days after Republicans criticized Tony Evers following the recording of a May 14 meeting discussing Wisconsin’s reopening leaked to the public, Assembly Speaker Robin Vos is on the defense after a comment about immigrant communities sparked outrage.
Every night I wonder if people will continue to congregate at the Capitol in Madison, and every night hundreds show up.
UW-Madison students, including some indoors behind closed windows, endured symptoms of tear gas exposure and witnessed destruction as demonstrators took to State Street last Saturday to protest the killing of George Floyd, a Black man, by a white police officer in Minneapolis on the previous Monday.
Riots broke out at the end of the night on State Street again Monday, but it shouldn’t overshadow the 13 hours of peaceful protest demonstrated earlier that day.
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Thousands turned out for the peaceful protest for Black Lives Matter in Madison Saturday afternoon, but it ended with hundreds looting local businesses with the remnants of tear gas in their eyes.
"I cant breathe", a motto of the BLM movement was one of the first things spray-painted yesterday
UW System President Ray Cross announced Friday he anticipates the reopening of UW campuses for the upcoming fall semester.
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.
Following a controversial April primary marred by the COVID-19 outbreak, officials will hold a special election Tuesday for Wisconsin’s 7th Congressional District, a seat vacant for the past eight months.
Effective immediately, Gov. Tony Evers announced Monday almost all non-essential Wisconsin businesses would re-open with restrictions as the state continues to enforce its Safer-at-Home order.
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.
When you’re not ‘safer at home’: How city, state services are supporting domestic abuse victims during quarantine
Similar to a rapidly spreading infection, data suggests domestic abuse is proliferating around the world in conditions created by the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
As Wisconsin’s unemployment rate continues to climb and thousands of small businesses remain indefinitely closed by the state’s “Safer-at-Home” in order to contain the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus, shortages in supplies, equipment and services have been exacerbated by the public health crisis.
UW-Madison students have lost one of their most celebrated yearly traditions as the City of Madison shuts down the annual Mifflin Street Block Party due to Gov. Tony Ever’s extended stay-at-home order.
An estimated 1,500 protesters 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.
‘We have a right to assemble’: Protests against ‘Safer at Home’ order highlights growing conflict between public health, personal freedoms
Mentally, emotionally and financially stressed by social distancing guidelines, Madison Elmer and her sister-in-law Adrianne Elmer-Melby’s frustration turned into a campaign for collective action.