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Early childhood specialists urge parents and guardians to be kind to themselves while they figure out how to balance work and parenting in the same home space.
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Here are the latest updates about COVID-19 in Wisconsin.
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Hate crimes and incidents of aggression against Asian Americans have increased amid pandemic fears. Some Wisconsinites of Asian descent say they feel like they have to be on alert when they go out in public.
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County clerks in Madison and Milwaukee are telling housebound voters how to work around Wisconsin’s voter ID requirements when requesting a mail-in ballot for the April 7 election.
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The state Department of Health Services announced March 26 that there are 707 positive cases of COVID-19 statewide, as well as 11,583 negative tests. However, the number continues to grow as counties announce more positive test results.
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Businesses are responding to healthcare providers' need for personal protective equipment.
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After campuses around Wisconsin shut down in response to the new coronavirus, many college instructors had to quickly transition their classes to an online format.
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Here are the latest updates about COVID-19 in Wisconsin.
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The Wisconsin Legislature's top Republicans say that now is not the time to question the emergency powers Democratic Gov. Tony Evers is using to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, saying those debates can wait for another day.
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Wisconsin law restricts the activities of physician assistants more than some other states, making them less practical to hire for certain jobs. Physician assistants are now asking for that to change.