Articles by Miranda Suarez

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The state Department of Health Services announced March 31 that there are 1,351 positive cases of COVID-19 statewide. However, the number continues to grow as counties announce more positive test results.
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A University of Wisconsin-Madison journalism professor says despite all the grave predictions about the death of local news, the necessity of news in a community will keep some newspapers alive.
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Iowa is the only Wisconsin border state that has not implemented a stay-at-home order, and that state's governor says the social distancing measures already in place obviates the need for one.
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Hate crimes and incidents of aggression against Asian Americans have increased amid pandemic fears. Some Wisconsinites of Asian descent say they feel like they have to be on alert when they go out in public.
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The state Department of Health Services says there are 457 positive cases of COVID-19 statewide as of March 24, as well as 8,237 negative tests. However, the number continues to grow as counties announce more positive test results.
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If you're looking for food, housing, or senior care in Wisconsin during the outbreak of the new coronavirus, here are some places to look -- as well as ways you can help.
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Many aid organizations in Wisconsin are staying open to help people through the COVID-19 pandemic, but not without changes. Food pantries are turning into drive-thrus and shelters are expanding their hours and cleaning routines.
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As the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin rises, the more life seems to come to a standstill. In response, Wisconsinites are trying to help their employees and neighbors through the uncertainty.
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With Gov. Tony Evers declaring a public health emergency due to COVID-19, Wisconsin Department of Health Services Secretary-designee Andrea Palm explains what it means, and discusses other preparations the state is making to test for the virus and prevent its further spread.
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Wisconsin's firefighters and paramedics often respond to people with contagious illnesses, but some departments are making special preparations for the spread of the new coronavirus.