JBS Packerland, a beef production plant in Green Bay, announced its plans to temporarily close its doors as the number of positive COVID-19 cases in Brown County continues to soar. It is the fourth JBS location to close in the U.S.
The Department of Workforce Development announced it will be sending unemployment benefits to more than 154,000 people as Wisconsin's jobs take a huge hit due to conditions from COVID-19. Joe Peterangelo of the Wisconsin Policy Forum explains what this will mean for the state's economy.
Wisconsin held an election in the midst of a statewide order to stay at home to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. Neenah Mayor Dean Kaufert was part of a group of mayors pushing to delay the April 7 elections, and shares what in-person voting looked like in his community.
Results of a Marquette University Law School Poll conducted in late March 2020 show the majority of registered voters in Wisconsin think measures to close schools and non-essential businesses and requiring people to stay home are appropriate responses to the COVID-19 outbreak.