For the 300,000 people across Wisconsin who are uninsured, and thousands more with near unaffordable insurance coverage, the COVID-19 pandemic is highlighting flaws in a system that already had people struggling to get health care.
The novel coronavirus and the disease it causes, COVID-19, isn't hunting you. But if you stumble upon enough of it, you could end up falling ill. Two Wisconsin health care experts answer questions about COVID-19's viability.
As teachers and administrators try to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction is asking the federal government for a waiver to get students out of taking mandated standardized tests.
Brian Decorah had something to share. He walked into the Ho-Chunk Museum and Cultural Center and handed a program from 1942 of a Native American ceremony in the Wisconsin Dells to museum director Josie Lee.