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The new coronavirus has moved like a wave across communities in Wisconsin. First hitting Milwaukee County in March, and then working its way to other parts of the state. Now, Kenosha and Rock counties are two of the latest areas of the state to see a surge.
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There are 10,219 positive cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin as of May 10, according to the state Department of Health Services. That's an increase of 280 cases from the day before.
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Craig Bell became Crawford County's first case of COVID-19 in late March. According to his doctors, he was nearly its first fatality. Now he's sharing a story of survival.
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There are 9,939 positive cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin as of May 9, according to the state Department of Health Services. That's an increase of 349 cases from the day before.
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Graduates and their loved ones tuned into the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s first ever virtual commencement ceremony Saturday.
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The Quarantine Times is an online newspaper published by a mother in Middleton, who edits the paper along with her four children.
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The Wisconsin Supreme Court has entered the battle between Republicans and Democrats over the state's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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As debate rages on how and when to relax Wisconsin's COVID-19 rules, the state is nearing 10,000 cases and 400 deaths. Wisconsin Department of Health Services Secretary-designee Andrea Palm discusses how the state is tracking the status of the pandemic.
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What would the Wisconsin Legislature's response to the COVID-19 crisis look like? Wisconsin Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke discusses ongoing discussions between Republican leadership and the governor's office, and how legislators would loosen the state's public health rules.
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UW-Madison estimates it has lost $100 million so far due to the COVID-19 crisis as classes remain online and summer programs are canceled. Chancellor Rebecca Blank discusses the impacts the pandemic is having on campus and on the university's budget.