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It's never an easy conversation to have in Wisconsin: Phosphorus pollution afflicts bodies of water all over the state, and its primary source is agriculture.
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Deke Slayton had the heart of a warrior.
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Wisconsin is in the midst the worst flu season in years, and public health officials are working to stop the spread of the disease. Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene communicable disease division director Peter Shult discusses efforts to track the virus.
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The thing about Cooksville is that it never grew up and so it still looks a lot like a many New England villages did in the 1840s.
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The severity of the flu season has prompted hospital systems like UW Health to have stricter enforcement of its visitor rules.
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During its weekly flu update conference call, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said this season's flu outbreak came early and shows few signs of abating.
The 2017-18 influenza season is well underway across the United States, and it's proving to be a rough one.
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It was a crop that required no seeds. No one had to turn over a single furrow of earth or pull a solitary weed. Year after year, it was simply there.
When longtime city of Milwaukee Health Commissioner Bevan Baker resigned on Jan. 12, it brought renewed attention to the city's broader struggle to address the problem of lead poisoning.
The arguments driving a potentially landmark court case over partisan gerrymandering in Wisconsin may already be outdated.