Aurora Medical Center in Grafton where a pharmacist is suspected of spoiling hundreds of doses of COVID-19 vaccine. (Photo via Mark Hoffman/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel for Associated Press)
Grafton Police: Pharmacist Accused of Destroying Vaccine Is a Conspiracy Theorist Who Said the World Is ‘Crashing Down’

Report says Steven Brandenburg was storing weapons and food in bulk, going through divorce, making false virus claims.

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump walk to board Air Force One to travel to the first presidential debate in Cleveland, Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2020, in Andrews Air Force Base, Md.
President Trump Tests Positive for Coronavirus on Eve of Planned Wisconsin Visits

Overnight tweet upends a campaign, roils markets, puts a new face on a pandemic that has killed 205,000 Americans

A jogger runs past the Midwest Paper Group mill in Combined Locks
Politics Creates Economic Illusion in Houdini’s Hometown

Whether Trump broke the economy in Appleton or is saving it may be more about feelings than facts.

Republican advices Green Party candidate
GOP Member of State Elections Commission Provided Legal Advice to Green Party Candidate

Candidate Howie Hawkins then hired the recommended attorney and filed suit with the Wisconsin Supreme Court to get on the November ballot.

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READ: The Full Transcript of Sen. Kamala Harris’ DNC Speech

Making history, Harris officially accepted the Democratic nomination for vice president Wednesday night. Read her full speech below.

This Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2019 file photo shows Ohio State Representative Larry Householder (R) standing at the head of a legislative session as Speaker of the House, in Columbus.
Ohio House Speaker, 4 Others Arrested in $60M Bribery Case

FBI raided speaker's farm Tuesday morning.

In this May 20, 2020 file photo, residents held thank you signs to greet employees of a Smithfield pork processing plant as they returned to their shifts after the plant had been closed because of a coronavirus outbreak in Sioux Falls, S.D. (AP Photo/Stephen Groves File)
Workers of Color Make Up 87% of Coronavirus Infections in Meat Plants

A new CDC report studying the impact of the coronavirus on workers at meat processing plants has found that most infections were among people of color.