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Waiting for a usual training spot in Onalaska to reopen has given mixed martial arts fighter Felipe Martinez Donis time to contemplate his long-term goal: to open a gym in Arcadia.
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Rhinelander has not seen many protests over the years.
More than two dozen Wisconsin communities have witnessed demonstrations demanding greater accountability for police over the week since Minneapolis police officers killed George Floyd on May 25.
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With 919.7 confirmed coronavirus cases per 100,000 people, Racine County has become one of the nation's COVID-19 hotspots.
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Faculty and some campus administrators in the University of Wisconsin System are pushing back against a plan outlined by system president Ray Cross for addressing budget cuts and revenue losses — pushback that has caused Cross to backtrack from his initial timeline for the proposal.
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Demonstrations continued across Wisconsin on June 3, with protesters demanding justice for George Floyd, a 46-year-old Minneapolis man killed while in police custody.
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The conservative group Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty is trying to get a jump on the next round of legislative redistricting, proposing a rule change that would require that any lawsuit over political maps run through the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
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Police actions are under scrutiny following the release of video showing a Minneapolis police officer kneeling on the neck of an African-American man, George Floyd, for nine minutes, and Wisconsin's members of the U.S. House of Representatives weigh in the the ensuing nationwide protests.
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There have been 19,400 positive cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin as of June 3, according to the state Department of Health Services. That's an increase of 483 cases from the day before.
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UW System President Ray Cross is asking Gov. Tony Evers and legislative leaders to call a special session of the state Legislature in hopes that lawmakers will allow universities to borrow money to address budget deficits caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.