People who received vaccinations at UW-Eau Claire’s Zorn Arena, a Federal Emergency Management Agency vaccination site that opened Thursday, sit in a waiting area to make sure they don’t have reactions to the vaccine. The site is one of three FEMA vaccination locations in Wisconsin. (Photo courtesy UW-Eau Claire)
Numbers Game: State Hits 2 Million Vaccinated, but Daily New COVID Cases Are Surging Again

It’s a race between vials and viruses as highly contagious strains infect young adults and more clinics are being opened.

(Photo courtesy of Megan La Barbera)
Pandemic Life Overseas: Wisconsin Woman Recounts Past Year in Spain

Visits using technology helped maintain connections with family and friends during difficult times.

Jill Underly will become Wisconsin's next State Superintendent of Public Instruction. (Photo provided)
Underly Wins State Superintendent Post While GOP Holds On to Two Legislative Seats

Conservative-backed candidates win two Court of Appeals judgeships as voters take part in local, non-partisan elections.

(Photo by Julian Emerson)
These Wisconsin Communities Still Require Face Masks, Even After a Court Tosses Statewide Rules

State Supreme Court’s conservatives couldn’t touch these communities where that are keeping safeguards in place. Others may join the list.

Wisconsin Lt. Governor Mandela Barnes during an online interview from his Capitol office.
Lt. Gov. Barnes: Wisconsin Losing Out on Billions Over GOP Refusal to Strengthen BadgerCare

Business owners and workers say high health insurance costs hinder success, expanding Medicaid offers a lifeline.

Jill Underly and Deb Kerr face off in the April 6 election for state school superintendent. (Graphic illustration by Morgaine Ford-Workman)
Candidates for Wisconsin’s Top Education Job Have Decidedly Different Positions

Voucher schools, resuming in-person instruction among the contrasts in a contentious race.

Emily Shields
Biden’s COVID-19 Relief Puts Money Into the Pockets of Wisconsinites Who Need It

This approach, which includes a “revolutionary” expansion of the child tax credit, is likely to boost the economy more effectively than Trump’s coronavirus response signed one year ago, economists say.