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Debate Differences on Climate Show Why Wisconsin Is Acting on Its Own for Now

While Trump has rolled back environmental protections, Biden talks up a new generation of green energy jobs.

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Catholic LGBTQ Group in Wisconsin Celebrates Pope’s Endorsement of Civil Unions

Incremental step is praised by many, while others have opposition or doubt it will go very far.

Dozens of vehicles line South Dewey Street near City Hall in Eau Claire as motorists cast ballots on the first day of early in-person voting in Wisconsin for the Nov. 3 election. (Photo by Julian Emerson)
Wisconsinites Are Getting to the Polls Early in a Big Way

Voting early and in-person began Tuesday and continues through Oct. 30.

Cee and Peov Khuy of Madison are the parents of four children (left to right): Ellie, 4; Dominic, 6; Cameron, 11; and Mikayla, 13. The parents now juggle their full-time jobs and virtual learning for three of their children. (Photo provided by Cee Khuy)
No Good Options: Seven Wisconsin Families Tell Us How They’re Coping With the New School Year

The ongoing spread of the coronavirus is putting school officials, parents, and students in unique situations. Everyone is struggling to adapt.

The field hospital in West Allis. It has the capacity to treat 530 patients. (Photo provided by state Department of Administration)
WI Health Secretary: COVID-19 Illnesses and Deaths ‘Will Get Worse’

It took the first 94 days of the pandemic to see 21,000 coronavirus cases. Wisconsin did it again in the past seven, with another daily record on Friday.

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Minimum Wage Workers Say, ‘I Wonder How I’m Going to Make It,’ as Candidates Debate

Biden offers first pay raise in 11 years while Trump threatens a veto and offers tax cuts.

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Wisconsin Voters Have Been Screwed Over by Gerrymandering for Years. Will It Happen Again?

Rigged maps from 2011 lead to an Assembly and Senate out of whack with the people’s preferences nearly a decade later.