Assembly Republicans unveiled new COVID-19 legislation Tuesday that did not gain immediate support among Senate Republicans and prompted criticism from Democrats.
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Last year, a UW-Madison pre-college program participant filed a federal lawsuit against the university for its response to sexual assault allegations among summer program members. That lawsuit was dismissed this summer, according to court records and new reporting by the Wisconsin State Journal.
Members of the UW-Madison community got their first look inside the university’s Meat Science and Animal Biologics Discover Building on Monday, as the Wisconsin State Journal shared a filmed tour of the MSABD. The UW-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) figuratively opened the doors to the facility on Nov. 6.
President Donald Trump filed a lawsuit against Democratic Gov. Tony Evers and election officials in the Wisconsin Supreme Court Tuesday in a last-ditch attempt to throw out votes in Milwaukee and Dane counties and overturn President-elect Joe Biden’s win in the state.
The race to be the next District 8 alder has officially begun as students announce their candidacy for the position. With a pool of progressives beginning to form and no incumbent, it could be anyone’s election this April.
Isai Morocho, a 16-year-old Madison East High School junior, died during Thanksgiving break after a “brief, COVID-related illness,” according to an email Principal Brendan Kearney sent to students and families.
Following the completion of a partial recount, the Chairwoman of the Wisconsin Elections Commission approved the state’s vote tally from the November election Monday, confirming President-elect Joe Biden’s victory and paving the way for lawsuits challenging the results to proceed.
As instruction resumed Monday after the Thanksgiving break, all UW-Madison classes have shifted online for the remainder of the semester in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19 on campus and throughout the Madison community.
GivingTuesday, a self proclaimed holiday that falls every year on the Tuesday after the shopping mania of “Black Friday” and “Cyber Monday,” encourages people to donate to charitable causes. This year, UW-Madison has made it easy for Badgers to “do good” and refocus their efforts on their community.
President-elect Joe Biden has been declared the winner of the presidential election in Dane County after election officials certified the results of a recount Sunday.
A partial recount of presidential results in Dane and Milwaukee counties wrapped up Sunday, solidifying President-elect Joe Biden’s win over President Donald Trump. Trump said he is preparing a lawsuit to overturn the results.
Genetic sequencing of COVID-19 shows a statewide pattern of geographic mixing between previously distinct strands of the virus from Dane and Milwaukee Counties, according to UW-Madison researchers.
Over a quarter of COVID-19 deaths in Wisconsin have occurred in long-term care facilities, according to data from the state Department of Health Services. One nursing home in Dane County is implementing strict protocols to prevent large outbreaks, but said the stress of the pandemic has impacted both staff and residents.
In a two page open-letter run in the Wisconsin State Journal on Sunday, UW-Health employees made a desperate plea for the people of Wisconsin to take action against the COVID-19 pandemic.
A conservative law firm has asked the state Supreme Court on Monday to immediately block Dane County’s Emergency Order #10, which was announced last week effectively banning all indoor gatherings and sports ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.
UW-Madison alumna Amb. Linda Thomas-Greenfield was nominated by President-elect Joe Biden Monday to serve as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations.
‘The most extraordinary public health intervention our state has ever undertaken’: Wisconsin prepares to distribute COVID-19 vaccine
Following promising news from major pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services is making plans to distribute COVID-19 vaccines across the state once it becomes available. However, it may take several months before a vaccine becomes available to the general public, meaning COVID-19 precautions will likely continue for some time.
A bill banning the use of facial recognition software will soon appear before City Council as Madison’s Public Safety Review Committee recommended the adoption of the ordinance Wednesday night.
Gov. Tony Evers extended Wisconsin’s statewide mask mandate Friday and declared a renewed public health emergency in Wisconsin as hospitals urge for action.
The Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) — a video study in part conducted by a WCER director, looking into the practices and presentation of mathematics education approaches — has been recently acknowledged for its originality by the Paris branch of Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).