The Problem With The GOP Call Center Plan
The Problem With the GOP Call Center Plan

Old software causes payment errors if data entry, processing occur at same time.

What Coronavirus Has Done In WI Since Safer-at-Home Order Overturned
What Coronavirus Has Done In WI Since Safer-at-Home Order Overturned

Health officials warn residents to be diligent, cautious even as orders are lifted across the state.

Wisconsin Just Hit New Records For Testing, Positives — and Deaths
Where WI COVID-19 Aid Is Going So Far

Evers has allocated $1.4 billion of state’s total $1.9 billion

From Zero to 85,000 Tests Per Week: The Inside Story of How Wisconsin Turbocharged Its COVID Testing
From Zero to 85,000 Tests Per Week: The Inside Story of How Wisconsin Turbocharged Its COVID Testing

How Andrea Palm, Promega, Exact Sciences and others created a partnership to test Wisconsin residents.

State Parks Are Back to Normal Hours for Holiday Weekend, But Capacity Limits Remain in Place
State Parks Are Back to Normal Hours for Holiday Weekend, But Capacity Limits Remain in Place

Camping off limits until at least June 7. Handful of parks remain closed.

Long-Term Care Providers: $100 Million in Federal Funds Is Not Enough To Help
Long-Term Care Providers: We Need a State Commitment, Not Just Federal Funds

COVID crisis financially stressing an already challenged system.

Evers Drops Effort to Create Statewide COVID-19 Rule After GOP Refuses to Support
Lack of GOP Support Means No COVID-19 Rule

Counties question ability to issue orders as statewide rule no longer exists.