Gov. Tony Evers delivered his annual State of the State address virtually Tuesday night, focusing on the state’s unemployment system, broadband access and the upcoming redistricting process.
Students will be required to test for COVID-19 twice weekly, track their test results and interactions using the Safer Badgers app.
The state Assembly passed a fast-tracked pandemic relief bill on Thursday, but with opposition from Democrats and Republicans in the Senate, the bill appears to be going nowhere as Wisconsin surpasses 5,000 COVID-19 deaths.
Two Republicans in Wisconsin’s congressional delegation objected to certifying electoral votes for President-elect Joe Biden Wednesday night after a violent mob of President Trump’s supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol building.
UW-Madison campus community members within Phase 1a have begun to receive notice of eligibility for the vaccination through UHS.
New efforts to stop the virus include widespread mandatory testing, Safer Badgers app usage and requirements upon returning to campus after winter break.
The Governor’s Task Force on Climate Change released its 120-page report Wednesday detailing 55 policy strategies across nine sectors to mitigate climate change in the state.
University officials said Rich Yaeger was fired for “workplace policy violations” rather than for the motorcycle incident itself.
It moved fast, slithering like a snake from person to person and striking with near perfection. First her younger daughter contracted it, then her oldest daughter, followed by her grandson and former husband. It hit the family hard.
Gov. Tony Evers announced Wednesday that the U.S. Department of Defense deployed U.S. Army medical personnel to address staffing shortages at Marshfield Medical Center facilities throughout the state. This announcement came after a slight increase in cases this past week.
Further extending a year-long vacancy, the Madison Police and Fire Commission decided to delay its election of the Madison Police Department’s next chief following strong feedback and concerns from the public Wednesday.
Graduate worker union demands UW-Madison for financial mercy as university faces a financial crisis of its own.
The two-month pop-up shop hopes to provide shoppers with ethically sourced gift options.
The ASM Student Council representatives unanimously passed two pieces of legislation, both related to UW-Madison’s policies during the COVID-19 pandemic.
BinaxNOW rapid antigen testing will remain available across 22 UW System testing sites through Dec. 25.
UW Health, as a designated hub for vaccine distribution, will provide the vaccine to the region's health systems and long-term care facilities.
Police and Fire Commission move ahead with finalists for MPD chief as some question process, candidatesBy Benjamin Farrell | Dec. 8
Candidate Christopher A. Davis in particular has faced criticism for his past department’s use of excessive force during protests.