In a media briefing the day before his original "Safer at Home" order was set to expire, Gov. Tony Evers reiterated the need for Wisconsinites to continue to distance themselves as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
Gov. Tony Evers' revised "Safer at Home" order goes into effect Friday, and it allows golf courses to open. Courses across the state say tee times are booking up quickly. They also report putting many safety precautions in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
With the continued goal of archiving historical events, the Wisconsin Historical Society is asking state residents to keep track of their experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. Documenting can take any form.
Many Wisconsin schools are offering pass/fail grading options and keeping post-COVID grades out of GPA calculations, with school officials saying they want to hold students harmless for learning disruptions caused by the pandemic.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services is reporting more than 400 cases of the new coronavirus in nursing homes and group facilities in the state. About one-third of the state's 242 deaths have been in those facilities.
Mariah Clark is many things. She’s a blacksmith, a tall-ship sailor and an EMT. She’s also an emergency room nurse at UW Health in Madison, placing her on the frontlines of the pandemic in Dane County.