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As protests over police brutality and systemic racism continue, state and local leaders in Wisconsin are grappling with how to address the needs of their own communities. Lt. Governor Mandela Barnes discusses police budgets and policy, a culture of racism, and his vision for the state.
Wisconsin is not the only place where voter roll purges are sparking disputes.
Multiple court cases filed in Wisconsin and across the U.S. ahead of the 2020 presidential election illustrate the tension between maintaining clean and accurate voter rolls and promoting accessibility for all.
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Youth sports leagues across Wisconsin are figuring out ways to play amid the COVID-19 pandemic in hopes of offering kids some sense of normalcy.
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Three Madison moms of Black men and women have created "cocoons" of safety for their children in a world that doesn't see them or love them as they do.
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Despite warnings of severe weather throughout Wisconsin, protests were planned across the state on June 9 in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
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Water levels are expected to be near or above record highs on most of the Great Lakes through the end of 2020, with several already at record levels.
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Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation Secretary and CEO Missy Hughes said 20-30% of Wisconsin businesses could face permanent closure due to economic concerns from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Gov. Tony Evers says the Wisconsin National Guard has concluded its mission around the state's ongoing Black Lives Matter protests.
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A central Wisconsin paper mill that has been in operation since 1904 will shut down by the end of July 2020.