GOP lawmakers want to use the state’s $6.6 billion surplus on tax cuts for the wealthy, but Gov. Tony Evers and Biden’s targeted investments saved the economy during the pandemic and are opening new opportunities in the future.
As the pandemic required people to shelter in place, some were forced to stay with their abusers—prompting a concerning surge in homicidal domestic violence cases.
Between the crowded aisles, climbing prices, and supply-chain problems, grocery shopping– especially during the holidays– has become a headache.
For the first time ever, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force has recommended all adults under 65 receive annual screenings for anxiety, even if they aren't showing symptoms.
Need a change of scenery? Find these out-of-office alternatives in your town.
Once-sleepy spring elections in Wisconsin get heated with comments about history, race, and the role of partisanship.
Dr. Ryan Westergaard reflects on how pandemic politics by some got in the way of saving lives.
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