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Summerfest, Milwaukee's multi-day music festival along the city's lakefront, has been canceled because of concerns over COVID-19.
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With 919.7 confirmed coronavirus cases per 100,000 people, Racine County has become one of the nation's COVID-19 hotspots.
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Faculty and some campus administrators in the University of Wisconsin System are pushing back against a plan outlined by system president Ray Cross for addressing budget cuts and revenue losses — pushback that has caused Cross to backtrack from his initial timeline for the proposal.
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The conservative group Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty is trying to get a jump on the next round of legislative redistricting, proposing a rule change that would require that any lawsuit over political maps run through the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
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Graffiti scrawled on a downtown Madison business that replaced broken windows with plywood asks a question that peaceful demonstrators, business owners and police want to know after repeated nights of looting and vandalism: "Why?"
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A Marinette manufacturer of firefighting foam says it won't test 500 private wells for PFAS contamination beyond its fire training facility after state regulators said the company failed to complete work as part of an ongoing investigation.
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Spring is a precarious time for salamanders making their annual migratory journey.
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Green Bay-based Schneider National, one of the country's largest surface transportation companies, was founded during the Great Depression. It’s weathered 12 recessions but hasn’t been immune to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Big Brothers Big Sisters of America has been connecting adult mentors, which the nonprofit calls "Bigs," with kids, called "Littles," in their communities for more than 100 years. But the COVID-19 pandemic has created a unique challenge.
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Several Wisconsin police chiefs have condemned the actions of the police officer who knelt on the neck of George Floyd for nearly nine minutes, killing the Minneapolis man.