Articles by Danielle Kaeding

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Wisconsin environmental regulators say they're still moving forward on work to address so-called forever chemicals, known as PFAS, during the coronavirus pandemic, though some activities are being postponed.
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The Wisconsin Department of Corrections is requesting thousands of pieces of personal protective equipment from the State Emergency Operations Center as part of its response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Wisconsin dairy groups are calling on the federal government to aid farmers who are being forced to dump their milk in light of decreased demand due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Staff at one northern Wisconsin school held parades Tuesday to show students they are missed. While such acts may seem harmless, health experts are reinforcing that social distancing is necessary to slow the spread of the new coronavirus.
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Veterinarians in Wisconsin are changing the way they provide care for animals during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Husky Energy officials are suspending their rebuild of the company's Superior refinery due to "current safety and public health risks" in light of the COVID-19 outbreak.
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More than 21,000 unemployment claims were filed on March 23, bringing the total to more than 101,464 claims that have been filed since March 15.
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Rural northern Wisconsin counties have issued travel advisories to seasonal and second homeowners asking them to stay in their home area, given the region's limited health care resources.
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Restrictions on mass gatherings are making it difficult for Wisconsin businesses whose customers may not realize their doors are still open, as owners adapt to doing business in the era of social distancing.
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A doctor at the Waupun Correctional Institution has contracted COVID-19. News of the infection comes as several groups are demanding Gov. Tony Evers release inmates who are at risk of getting the new coronavirus from jails and prisons across Wisconsin.