Stories tagged: "coronavirus response"


This 7-year-old's Virtual Lemonade Stand Raised Enough Money to Feed 600 Families for a Week
WI Girl’s Virtual Lemonade Stand Will Be Highlighted in Inauguration Special About Giving

Her goal was $90, but donors and a non-profit restaurant have helped her raise $53,000.

Republican state Assembly representatives speak without protective face masks during floor debate on a bill related to COVID-19 on Jan. 7Republican state Assembly representatives speak without protective face masks during floor debate on a bill related to COVID-19 on Jan. 7Republican state Assembly representatives speak without protective face masks during floor debate on a bill related to COVID-19 on Jan. 7Republican state Assembly representatives speak without protective face masks during floor debate on a bill related to COVID-19 on Jan. 7Republican state Assembly representatives speak without protective face masks during floor debate on a bill related to COVID-19 on Jan. 7
Legislative Republicans Not Only Defend Toxic Workplaces, They’ve Created One

After months of inaction, the GOP’s return has spread disingenuousness, misinformation, and likely a dangerous virus.

Vos to State: ‘Drop Dead’

Managing Editor Pat Kreitlow says the difference between this headline and the 1975 Gerald Ford classic is literally a matter of life or death.

Wisconsin head coach Paul Chryst talks to his players during the first half of an NCAA college football game against Illinois on Friday, Oct. 23. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)
UW Football Game in Nebraska Canceled After a Dozen Players and Staff Catch COVID-19

Badgers Head Coach Paul Chryst among those who test positive for coronavirus after one week of Big Ten play.

Supporters of President Donald Trump pack together at a campaign rally at the Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport on October 17, 2020 in Janesville, Wisconsin.
Health Group to Trump: Please Just Stop Your ‘Super-Spreader’ Rallies Already

Wisconsin’s Lieutenant Governor joins demand that the president stop holding events that put lives at risk and normalize unsafe behavior.

Bartender James Martine talks with longtime patrons Mamie and Steve Detert of Waterloo at  Pedro's Mexican Restaurant in Madison at the end of September. Dane County announced Tuesday it is restricting all indoor gatherings. This new ordinance will not apply to restaurants, which will still be allowed to operate at 25% capacity. (Photo © Andy Manis)
Coronavirus Safeguard Limiting Bar and Restaurant Crowds to 25% Is Restored by Judge

Plaintiffs weren’t following the order, so a judge finds they have no claim to harm. Appeal to state Supreme Court expected.

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.