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Flu cases in Wisconsin have spiked significantly in February 2020, according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
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Port Milwaukee is planning a new $31 million building along the western shore of Lake Michigan that will produce and export various agricultural products worldwide.
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Twelve people have died while snowmobiling in Wisconsin in the 2019-20 season, and the state could be on track for a deadlier winter than its 10-year average.
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A case of the novel coronavirus in Wisconsin was confirmed by the state Department of Health Services on Feb. 5. WisContext associate editor Will Cushman discusses why medical face masks are a visible part of this outbreak and what public health officials say about using them.
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Drug overdose deaths in Milwaukee County reached a record high in 2019.
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Wisconsin will provide a record amount of money for broadband internet in underserved areas of the state that need it for business, government and school. But it is not enough to meet demand.
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People in Wisconsin are going to the library for different reasons, and libraries are serving them in different ways, thanks to the technological changes of the last two decades.
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A record amount of cargo containing components used for generating wind power moved through the Twin Ports during the 2019 shipping season. The surge in wind traffic comes as Duluth-Superior handled the lowest amount of coal in more than three decades.
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What's considered normal weather changes over time. To account for that, the National Weather Service will recalculate a 30-year average of weather patterns from 1991 to 2020.
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More cheesemakers and other dairy producers are competing in a Wisconsin-based contest in hopes of differentiating their product in an increasingly crowded market.