Popular brand name businesses familiar to Wisconsin are stitching together ways to provide protection for first responders and health care workers across the state and country during the coronavirus pandemic.
Social distancing requirements are disrupting ceremonies for Easter, Passover and Ramadan, and religious congregations around Wisconsin are turning to livestreams and video chats to hold their high holidays.
The University of Wisconsin System projects it will lose around $170 million of revenue this spring after students were told not to come back to campus after spring break to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.
Wardens from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources are closing off the entrances to state parks and recreation areas. Just a few days earlier people were parking on the road and rubbing shoulder-to-shoulder on the paths, in clear violation of any social distancing rules.
Confusion born of unclear or missing postmarks reigned during a meeting of the Wisconsin Elections Commission. The members tried to determine how to treat absentee ballots under provisions of an election-eve order from the U.S Supreme Court.