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05/28: Kid PixCheck out this artwork sent to us by a fan!

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Ryder Cup, Road America and minor league Wisconsin sports updatesThe coronavirus pandemic changed the landscape of Wisconsin's minor sports and silent sports in the spring and summer of 2020.

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Early showers move east, gradual clearing brings cooler and more comfortable weatherMay ends very comfortable, but the first week of June the summer weather returns.

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Janesville-Beloit metro tops WI's unemployment, officials say hurting healthcare industry a causeThe highest unemployment rate in the state is in the Janesville-Beloit area, which rose from almost 4 percent in March to 17 percent in April.

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The Latest: Tanzania virus data not updated in a monthThe Latest on the coronavirus pandemic. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people.

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Winning The Electoral College In 2020, Part 2The above United States map helps focus one's attention on the importance of the Electoral College.

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China's ceremonial legislature endorses national security law for Hong Kong that has strained relations with US, BritainBiden visits veterans memorial park in first in-person event since pandemic upended traditional campaigning in March.

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Concerns Grow Over COVID-19 Reversing Progress on Opioid DeathsConcerns Grow Over COVID-19 Reversing Progress on Opioid Deaths MILWAUKEE - The coronavirus pandemic has pushed unemployment rates in many states to record highs, and health policy groups worry it could mean an increase in suicides, drug and alcohol abuse.

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Beyond Blessed Pantry looking to raise $38K for new freezer, fridge unitAn area food pantry is seeing a large uptick in serving the community, and they are asking for your help.

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Red Cross in 'urgent need of blood donors'Wisconsin sees sharp rise in deaths due to COVID-19 as health officials confirm 662 new cases.

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Legislators discuss statewide COVID-19 responseWisconsin - Wednesday Lt. Governor Mandela Barnes, Assembly Democratic Leader Gordon Hintz and State Senator LaTonya Johnson talked with Wisconsinites via a statewide town hall about what is being done at the state level to support residents while fighting COVID-19.

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Managing sleep health during COVID-19COVID-19 is affecting every aspect of day-to-day living, even the way we sleep.

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Deputies execute search warrant, arrest 2 Pardeeville residents accused of drug traffickingA Pardeeville man and woman were arrested this week on suspicion of drug trafficking.

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UConn senior suspected of killing 2 people is arrested after a six-day manhuntA suspect in two killings and a kidnapping in Connecticut has been arrested in Maryland after a six-day manhunt, authorities said.

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Local piano bar starts GoFundMe in attempt to stay afloat during pandemicLike most local businesses in the Madison area, the Ivory Room Piano Bar has been closed for months due to the pandemic.

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Editorial: Stop killing black menThere is another crisis in our nation, an epidemic at least, if you are black and male, and for the crisis we are not all in this together.

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A fugitive University of Connecticut student wanted in 2 slayings has been captured after a multi-state searchFormer Texas Rep. Sam Johnson, Vietnam prisoner of war who later served more than 2 decades in Congress, has died at 89.

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Red Cross: Blood donations needed in Wisconsin; 5,700 by end of JuneThe American Red Cross is again facing another potential blood shortage now that hospitals are resuming procedures that were temporarily paused during the coronavirus pandemic, creating a spike in demand.

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Wisconsin agencies pinpoint $70 million in savings to cover COVID-19 lossesState Capitol of Wisconsin, Madison, USA. Wisconsin is a tributary of the Mississippi River in Wisconsin, a midwestern state in north central United StatesMADISON, Wis.

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As self-harm rises, Children's Wisconsin adds mental health team to ERSocial worker Angie Desjarlais talks with advanced practice nurse Sara Wawrzyniak at Children's Wisconsin. Both work in the emergency department and have been involved in planning a new mental health team.

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Former Texas Rep. Sam Johnson, Vietnam prisoner of war who later served more than 2 decades in Congress, has died at 89A fugitive University of Connecticut student wanted in 2 slayings has been captured after a multi-state search.

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Lisa answers viewers' plant, gardening questionsLisa Briggs answers questions from Live at Four viewers about plants and gardening.

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Henry Vilas Zoo plans to reopen with safety restrictionsLike most places, the Henry Vilas Zoo in Madison has been closed to outside visitors for almost three months because of the pandemic.

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Coronavirus Special Report: May 27, 2020As part of our commitment to covering the coronavirus, we've compiled today's biggest headlines.

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Wisconsin lawmakers question DWD secretary on unemployment insurance problemsLawmakers on the Senate Committee on Labor and Regulator y Reform invited an economist, Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce and Department of Workforce Development Sec.

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Wisconsin reports 22 COVID-19 deaths Wednesday in largest single-day totalAs the US grapples with 100,000 deaths, Wisconsin had its largest single-day death total Wednesday.

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Elections Commission unanimously approves sending 2.7M absentee ballot applications to registered votersThe Wisconsin Elections Commission has unanimously approved a proposal to send more than 2.7 million voters across the state an absentee ballot application for the November election.

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Surge in evictions in Wisconsin expected after ban expiredLegal experts anticipate a significant rise in new eviction cases after the governor's ban on evictions expired.

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Wisconsin Rental Assistance program helps residents pay rent, avoid evictionThe Wisconsin Rental Assistance Program is going to help residents who have fallen on hard times pay their rent.

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Visitors return to large establishments as casino, malls reopen with added safety measuresLarge establishments such as casinos and shopping malls are welcoming visitors back at the same time they're welcoming a number of changes.

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Hotels redefining cleaning, safety standards as they reopen amid pandemicHotels are putting extra sanitation protocols in place as they reopen after months of being shut down due to COVID-19 concerns.

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Children's Wisconsin hosts roundtable discussion on the future of youth sportsYouth sports could look a lot different next school year. Children's Wisconsin hosted a roundtable Wednesday to provide some advice to parents about how to keep kids safe on the pl.

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New game plans: Youth sport leagues working to get players back on the fieldFrom the pitcher's mound to the soccer field, the impact of coronavirus is changing and canceling a variety of youth sports.

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Disney World sets reopening dateDisney World will reopen its gates, ending a multi-month closure of the park that left the Walt Disney Company reeling.

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Wisconsin Startup Otologic Technologies Raises $275,000 in Funding RoundMILWAUKEE, May 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ - Otologic Technologies, Inc., a Wisconsin startup developing an artificial intelligence system to help healthcare workers accurately diagnose ear disease, announced the successful close of their organizing friends and family funding round.

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Dog injured in Janesville home explosion expected to make full recoveryThe dog who was injured in a Janesville home explosion on Memorial Day is expected to fully recover.

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DOJ: Man plotted attack in Tampa Bay area on behalf of ISISThe Department of Justice said Al-Azhari had researched and looked into potential targets in the Tampa Bay area, including Honeymoon island.

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NWSL announces plan to return to action with 25-game tournament in JuneThe first American sports league to return to play in 2020 will be the National Women's Soccer League.

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Natural Resources Board Votes on Elk Hunt ChangesThe Wisconsin Natural Resources Board voted against advice from the DNR on Wednesday, keeping the Elk Hunt Quota at 10.

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Coronavirus in Wisconsin: 73 of 66 tests at Waupun prison are positiveClose to 44% of coronavirus tests at Waupun Correctional Institution come back positive.

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Madison man sentenced to 37 months for possession of heroin with intent to deliverAccording to jail records, 30-year-old James Britton was arrested Nov. 14, 2019 on a drug charge.

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Several shots fired at occupied car on Anton Drive, no arrests madeFitchburg police are investigating a shooting Wednesday afternoon in the 5100 block of Anton Drive.

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Bay Port's Cole Van Lanen preparing for pivotal season at WisconsinWisconsin offensive lineman and former Bay Port standout Cole Van Lanen hopes to be the next local player to be drafted.

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US deaths from coronavirus surpass 100,000 milestoneThe U.S. has surpassed a jarring milestone in the coronavirus pandemic: 100,000 deaths.

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Minnesotans cross the river for Wisconsin businessesTuesday afternoon, La Crosse was bustling with visitors newly arrived from Minnesota. Many businesses in the Land of 10,000 Lakes are not reopening until June 1 and some customers have decided to venture over the border.

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100,000 Americans have now died of COVID-19The U.S. has reached another grim milestone amid the coronavirus pandemic. At least 100,000 Americans have now died from COVID-19, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University.

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Wisconsin Badgers men's hockey: captains selected for next seasonLast year's captain, Wyatt Kalynuk, to turn pro with one year of eligibility remaining.

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Edgewood College eliminates several faculty positions as restructuring continuesEdgewood College announced Wednesday that the school is eliminating several faculty positions to help the school adjust as enrollment trends change.

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Racine is one of the nation's top COVID hot spots, according to the New York TimesThe list takes into account the population of each city, and counts the number of new cases within the past two weeks.

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Wauwatosa farmer's market set to open May 30The City of Wauwatosa announced Wednesday that their farmers market will open Saturday with safety precautions in place.

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Officer fired after allegedly saying it was 'unfortunate' virus didn't kill all black peopleA police officer in Louisiana has been fired after allegedly posting a comment on Facebook that said it was "unfortunate" the coronavirus did not kill all black people.

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Hamburger Mary's hosts live drag queen shows in parking lotPopular Milwaukee destination Hamburger Mary's is now hosting a live drag queen shows from their parking lot.

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Wednesday COVID-19 numbers set single-day records for deaths, cases and testsDepartment of Health Services Secretary Andrea Palm delivered Wednesday's numbers, including 599 positive COVID-19 test results, bringing the state total to 16,000 positive tests.

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Packers' Jones says his contract status won't distract himPackers running back Aaron Jones says he wants to remain in Green Bay for his entire career and that he won't let speculation about his future distract him as he enters the final season of his contract.

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Wisconsin Air National Guard names Holmen resident as new senior enlisted leaderA Holmen resident is named the new state command chief for the Wisconsin Air National Guard.

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Baraboo community starts GoFundMe to help beloved school volunteer pay for medical expensesA beloved member of the Baraboo School District is dealing with her fifth cancer diagnosis, and the community wants to help.

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COMMENTARY: Northeast Wisconsin making a difference for grads, businesses, residentsGreetings everyone and thanks for watching. Our continued best wishes to all of you during this very challenging time.

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Coronavirus in Wisconsin: Evers directs $200M to local governmentsWisconsin counties, cities, villages, towns and federally recognized tribes will receive $200 million to help them respond to the coronavirus pandemic, Gov.

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599 new cases, 22 more COVID-19 deaths in Wisconsin; 1 new La Crosse Co. caseOn Wednesday, Wisconsin health officials said 599 new cases of COVID-19 were reported with 22 more deaths.

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Metered parking payments resume June 1 in RacineGone are the days where you can park at a meter without paying.

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Northern Wisconsin country music festival given green-lightRHINELANDER, Wis. — A country music festival in northern Wisconsin won approval to stage the event in July, despite opposition from the county health department and the cancellation of...

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Weather experiments with Elissia: Making a Rain GaugeMaking a rain gauge is a great way to teach children how is rainfall measured.

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Lansing Bridge between Wisconsin and Iowa closing in June for construction workThe bridge across the Mississippi River between Lansing and Wisconsin will be closed for nine days in June for construction.

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Republicans urge faster processing of unemployment claimsRepublicans at a sometimes heated legislative hearing are faulting leaders in Gov. Tony Evers' administration for not doing enough to ensure unemployment claims are processed quickly during the pandemic.

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Police: Fort Leavenworth soldier stops active shooter on bridgeLeavenworth Police Chief Pat Kitchens says an active-duty solider at Fort Leavenworth helped stop an active shooter Wednesday on the Centennial Bridge over the Missouri River.

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"It was a modern-day lynching': Dane County law enforcement agencies to respond to arrest, death of George FloydThe video showing the arrest and death of George Floyd has sparked civil unrest and protests around the country.

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Historic SpaceX launch postponed because of stormy weatherThe launch of a SpaceX rocket ship with two NASA astronauts on a history-making flight into orbit has been called off with 16 minutes to go in the countdown because of the danger of lightning.

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Cedarburg plans to hold Country in the Burg as plannedAs coronavirus continues to take away county fairs and festivals, some still remain.

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Mayor: Officer who put knee on man's neck should be chargedThe mayor of Minneapolis called for charges to be filed against the white police officer who pressed his knee into the neck of a black man during an arrest, even after the man stopped moving.

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Wisconsin elk hunt applications due May 31stGREEN BAY, Wis. You're odds of being selected are far from great, but if you are one of the lucky ones drawn, you're odds of success are tremendous.

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Be courteous and careful while visiting state parks this summer, says DNRIt's going to be a great few weeks to get out and enjoy the state parks, but the DNR is asking that you do so safely.

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Decomposing body of missing Florida woman found in serial rape suspect's carST. LUCIE COUNTY, Fla. - Authorities in Florida revealed gruesome new details Wednesday in the case of a serial rape suspect arrested last week.

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Republicans urge faster processing of unemployment claimsRepublicans at a sometimes heated legislative hearing are faulting leaders in Gov. Tony Evers' administration for not doing enough to ensure unemployment claims are processed quickly during the pandemic.

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There will be a short quizSome area breweries are looking to their customers for answers as to how to reopen in a way that will keep everyone safe, at ease and happy.

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Beware of account suspended scamsIf you get a text or e-mail message stating that your account has been suspended, watch out.

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LIVE: NASA's 'Crew Dragon' launch into spaceWatch the launch of NASA's first manned space mission in nearly a decade. The spacecraft is expected to launch at 3:33 p.m.

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St. Scholastica leaving UMAC to replace St. Thomas in MIACSaints will begin play in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in 2021-22. The 2020-21 season will be their last in the UMAC.

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This awesome user-submitted Milwaukee Art Museum LEGO set needs your vote to get createdOriginal Hot Wisconsin Cheese Trailer To Set Up In Plymouth Following Fair Cancellations.

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Investigators: Materials found at Fitchburg apartment potentially explosive, no active threat to communityInvestigators who discovered "potentially hazardous materials" at an apartment building in the 2300 block of Chalet Gardens Road said some of the materials they found have explosive properties.

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Advocate Aurora Health opens new COVID-19 testing sites in WisconsinWisconsin is working to create more testing sites and distribute more tests. These new sites are a part of that process.

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Emergency crews responding to crash near Fitchburg TargetOfficers with the Fitchburg Police Department were sent to the 6300 block of McKee Road around 2:20 p.m.

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PBS to air documentary about Mae West titled 'Dirty Blonde'A documentary about legendary film star Mae West is set to air on PBS in June.

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Two weeks after court scraps Safer at Home, Wisconsin sets record for new coronavirus cases and deathsTwo weeks to the day after the Wisconsin Supreme Court overturned Governor Tony Evers' "Safer at Home" order, the state has set a one-day record for new coronavirus cases, as 642 positive cases were identified in the past 24 hours, bringing the total to 16,565 - and increasing the number of currently active cases by more than 10 percent.

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Rising percentage of positive COVID-19 tests in WisconsinThe percentage of positive COVID-19 tests in Wisconsin ticked upward Wednesday, after three days of declining numbers.

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Marilyn A. GreimelEarth lost a precious gem, and Heaven received an angel with the passing of Marilyn Ann.

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Coronavirus in Wisconsin: Watch Coronavirus Five in FiveWatch Coronavirus Five in Five, our five-minute rundown of five of the top stories by our network of statewide journalists who continue to report on the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Milwaukee drag queen Jaida Essence Hall has a chance to win RuPaul's Drag Race this FridayWith only three finalists remaining, Jaida Essence Hall has a pretty good shot at winning it all.

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Wisconsin sees sharp rise in deaths due to COVID-19 as health officials confirm 662 new casesThe state's death toll is now at 542, according to state and county health officials.

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City announces re-opening of offices, buildings; status of other buildingsAs previously reported by the Merrill Foto News, Merrill City Hall re-opened as of Tuesday, May 26, to foot traffic.

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Advocate Aurora Health opens new COVID-19 testing sites in WisconsinWisconsin is working to create more testing sites and distribute more tests. These new sites are a part of that process.

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Wisconsin coronavirus: New records for deaths, cases and totalsWisconsin health officials reported the state's largest single-day increases in coronavirus deaths, cases and tests on Wednesday.

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Wisconsin Supreme Court tosses lawsuit challenging orderThe Wisconsin Supreme Court has dismissed as moot a lawsuit that argued Gov. Tony Evers' "safer at home" order was a violation of constitutional rights to worship, protest and travel.

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East Washington Avenue motel struck by bullet, police sayA motel on East Washington Avenue was struck by a bullet Wednesday morning, according to the Madison Police Department.

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Experts: Art can be a source of therapy during pandemic, even for those without artistic skillAs the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted our normal lives and led to anxiety and depression, some people are turning to art as a way to heal.

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Wisconsin News DigestHere's a look at AP's general news coverage in Wisconsin. Questions about coverage plans go to News Editor Doug Glass at 612-332-2727 or Jeff Baenen is on the desk.

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Wisconsin reports 22 more COVID-19 deaths, 599 new casesNumbers were up across the board: The most tests, the most positive cases and the most deaths in a 24-hour period.

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Wisconsin will mail absentee ballot applications to 2.7M votersThe Wisconsin Elections Commission has agreed to mail out 2.7 million absentee ballot applications in the state ahead of the Nov.

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Number of COVID-19 deaths since yesterday jumps to 22, highest since outbreak beganThe number of deaths since yesterday has jumped to 22, the highest since the COVID-19 outbreak began, according to numbers released Tuesday by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.

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"Decimated" and seeking government helpAs some small venues prepare for a phased reopening, several Madison clubs have joined a national effort to gain federal support as clubs like Liquid on the UW-Madison campus face uncertain futures due to the COVID-19 shutdown.

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Wisconsin Supreme Court tosses lawsuit challenging orderThe Wisconsin Supreme Court has dismissed as moot a lawsuit that argued Gov. Tony Evers' "safer at home" order was a violation of constitutional rights to worship, protest and travel.

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Forward Madison FC begins small-group trainingForward Madison FC returned to the pitch for the first time in over two months Wednesday with small-group training sessions at Breese Stevens Field.

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Boeing slashes 12,000 jobs as virus seizes travel industryBoeing is cutting more than 12,000 jobs through layoffs and buyouts, with several thousand more jobs expected to be cut over the next few months as the aircraft deals with a downturn in travel caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Unemployed workers slowly finding jobs as states start reopeningAs for economists, many still believe recovering from the pandemic will not be like flipping a light switch back on.

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Fauci says he wears a mask as a sign of respect, adds it's 'the kind of thing you should be doing'Dr. Anthony Fauci said in an interview on Wednesday that he believes that wearing a mask during the coronavirus pandemic is a sign of respect to others.

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Man arrested in connection to $12,500 in damage at Tutto PastaA drunken man caused more than $12,500 in damage inside a State Street restaurant early Tuesday morning.

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Minnesotans cross the Mississippi for Wisconsin businessesTuesday afternoon, La Crosse was bustling with visitors newly arrived from Minnesota. Many businesses in the Land of 10,000 Lakes are not reopening until June 1 and some customers have decided to venture over the border.

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2021 TE Jack Pugh 'Couldn't Find Anything Negative with Wisconsin,' According to DadA chat with Dan Pugh about his son's commitment to the Badgers, and how the program had been the leader "for a long time."

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Gov. Evers annnounces $200M program to help local governments pay for COVID-19 expensesTony Evers announced Wednesday the Routes to Recovery: Local Government Aid Grants program that will provide $200 million to help local governments address urgent COVID-19 recovery needs.

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Man says he broke into San Diego bank just so he could heat up his Hot PocketsA man who was arrested on suspicion of breaking into a Chollas View bank early Wednesday morning apparently entered the branch just so he can heat up his Hot Pocket sandwiches.

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Timing Out The Rain in WisconsinFor the past few days we've been in a similar pattern where we'll start off the day relatively quiet, but as we continue on into the afternoon, thunderstorms start popping up across Wisconsin.

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Gov. Evers announces $200 million 'Routes to Recovery: Local Government Aid Grants' program"The Route to Recovery Grants will provide financial flexibility to communities because they know what they need and how to best address the unique recovery needs of their friends, families, and neighbors."

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Wisconsin breaks records in coronavirus deaths, cases, testsWisconsin set new records Wednesday in coronavirus deaths, new confirmed coronavirus cases and the total number of tests completed.

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Wisconsin Badgers football 2020 returnee profile: Jack DunnDunn returns for his senior season, where he will likely serve as the Badgers primary punt returner.

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SOON: Gov. Tony Evers, state officials provide COVID-19 response update in WisconsinTony Evers, Wisconsin Department of Health Services Secretary-designee Andrea Palm, Chief Medical Officer of the Bureau of Communicable Diseases Dr. Ryan Westergaard and other officials will participate in Wednesday's briefing on the state's response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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As Wisconsin enters third week with no stay-home order, coronavirus hospitalizations rising though percentage of positive cases stays lowAs of Wednesday, 413 coronavirus patients were hospitalized in Wisconsin. And an additional 335 people are hospitalized while awaiting test results.

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Trump threatens to crack down on social media platforms after Twitter labels his tweetsPresident Donald Trump on Wednesday threatened to "strongly regulate" or even shut down social media platforms after Twitter applied a fact-check to two of his tweets this week.

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Wisconsin agrees to broad mailing of absentee applicationsThe Wisconsin Elections Commission voted Wednesday to mail absentee ballot applications to most voters in the battleground state ahead of November's presidential election.

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Hearing to focus on state's handling of unemployment claimsThe head of Wisconsin's Department of Workforce Development says the state will be able to more quickly mail out federal unemployment benefits now that a new system is in place.

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Wisconsin Man Un-Injured After Rolling Vehicle While Hunting For Morel MushroomsOn Monday, May 25 at just after 3 p.m., a Clearwater County Deputy was dispatched to the area approximately 2 miles in on the 5173 Rd for a report of a non-injury vehicle rollover.

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Estella Arlene ZellerMadison - Estella "Arlene" Zeller, age 89, passed away on Tuesday, May 26, 2020 at Badger Prairie Health Care Center.

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ESPN: Vikings likely to finish the season with more wins than the PackersDECEMBER 29: Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers warms up prior to the start of the game against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field on December 29, 2019 in Detroit, Michigan.

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Doris M. RindflieschPoynette - Doris M. Rindfliesch, age 84, passed away on Monday, May 25, 2020 at Chamomile Assisted Living in Madison.

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Joan Elizabeth RundleJoan Elizabeth Rundle, age 86, passed away on Monday, May 25, 2020, at Hyland Park.

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17-year-old arrested on suspicion of criminal trespassing several Madison neighborhoodsA 17-year-old male was arrested Tuesday night after a series of incidents on people's property.

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Gordon DimpflGordon D. Dimpfl, age 74, of Barneveld, passed away on Monday, May 25, 2020, at Agrace HospiceCare surrounded by his family.

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Frederick John "Fred" FrankeyMADISON-Frederick John "Fred" Frankey was born on the "National Holiday", Jan. 5, 1935, weighing 13 ½ pounds at St. Mary's Hospital.

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Thomas McGinleyTom McGinley, age 56, of Madison, passed away on Tuesday, May 26, 2020 at St. Mary's Hospital.

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Brian J. LiddicoatBrian J. Liddicoat, age 37, of Madison, passed away on Sunday, May 24, 2020, at St. Mary's Hospital surrounded by his family.

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Ray GriesbachMADISON-Ray Griesbach, age 89, of Madison, passed away on Saturday, May 23,2020, at Oakwood Village-Meadows.

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Charlotte Louise BoylesMADISON-In answer to the prayers of many, Charlotte Louise. Boyles was taken gently Home to heaven on Sunday, May 24, 2020, at the age of 86.

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Hearing to focus on state's handling of unemployment claimsRepublican lawmakers have said Democratic Gov. Tony Evers' administration has not moved quickly enough to send checks to the newly unemployed.

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Players call MLB economic proposal `extremely disappointing'A rookie at the major league minimum would keep about 47% of his original salary this year while multimillionaire stars Mike Trout and Gerrit Cole would lose more than 77% under a sliding-scale proposal by big league teams that players found "extremely disappointing."

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DWD: Janesville-Beloit metro has highest unemployment of any Wisconsin metropolitan areaAccording to a news release from the Department of Workforce Development, Janesville-Beloit's unemployment rate for April 2020 year over year is 17%.

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Pompeo tells Congress that Trump administration no longer considers Hong Kong autonomous from ChinaU.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is in Italy at the start of a four-nation tour of Europe as the push to impeach President Donald Trump gains steam at home.

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Carson Hinzman Talks New SEC Offers, Relationship with WisconsinA chat with the 2022 recruit about two big-time offers this month and his relationship with the home-state Badgers.

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DHS remains on track to test nursing home residents and staff for COVID-19The Wisconsin Department of Health Services is "well on the way" to achieving its announced goal of testing every resident and staff member in long term care facilities for COVID-19 during the month of May, according to DHS Deputy Secretary Julie Willems Van Dijk.

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Milwaukee County has record low homeless population due to coronavirus programsMilwaukee County has a homeless outreach team that checks in with people living on the street every day, and works to get them help.

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NASA chief "all in" for Tom Cruise to film on space stationNASA is rolling out the International Space Station's red carpet for Tom Cruise.

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Despite canceled variety show, UW-Madison group raises $340,000A student-run University of Wisconsin-Madison group has donated more than $340,000 to charity despite having to cancel its spring variety show due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Needle exchange programs have quietly saved lives in Wisconsin for decadesEditor's Note: This special report was supposed to be a cover story for Isthmus, but then the local alt-weekly newspaper announced it would go dark on March 19 due to COVID-19, meaning this story wouldn't make it to print.

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Senate panel probing unemployment insurance problemsToday's Midday podcast covers the Senate Committee on Labor and Regulatory Reform taking testimony on delays out-of-work Wisconsinites have faced in dealing with the unemployment system.

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LIVE: NASA to send astronauts into space in milestone launchOn Wednesday, for the first time in nine years, American astronauts will lift off from their home soil en route to space — and will do so aboard a privately-funded spacecraft.

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80s cult classic 'Labyrinth' is getting a sequelDirector Scott Derrickson poses for photographers upon arrival at the launch event of the film 'Doctor Strange', at Westminster Abbey in London, Monday, Oct.

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Two bullets enter Madison apartment, police sayMadison police are investigating after two bullets entered a couple's apartment early Wednesday morning.

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Bucky's 5th Podcast, ep. 154: Hannah Berner of Bravo's Summer House and Wisconsin tennis fame joins the showPartying in Madison prepared her for summers of partying in the Hamptons.

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Racine Zoo reopens, puts coronavirus safeguards in placeCapacity at the zoo is temporarily limited to 100 people at one time and all guests are required to wear masks.

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Six COVID-19 positive residents die at Kenosha long-term care facilityOver the past several weeks, six residents who tested positive for COVID-19 at a Kenosha long-term care facility have died, the Kenosha County Division of Health said Wednesday.

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"Scary times" for Madison MallardsTuesday, May 26th, would have been opening night for the Madison Mallards, one of nine Wisconsin teams in the wooden bat collegiate Northwoods League.

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Original Hot Wisconsin Cheese trailer to set up in Plymouth following fair cancellationsDairy state, listen close. Coronavirus has canceled many county fairs and festivals, but our dreams of hot cheese are NOT over.

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Disney World hopes to open some parks on July 11, says it will require masks and temperature checksThe theme park will require employees and guests to wear masks and get temperature checks at park entrances.

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Failure to Plan Is a Plan to Fail: Why Wisconsin Needs an Immediate Election RemedyNo matter where one falls on the political spectrum, it is abundantly clear that Wisconsin needs to implement measures to ensure our Fall elections are safe and accessible to all voters.

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2 thoughts on "Murphy's Law: Robin Vos To Face Opponent After All"Last opponent quit after nasty personal attacks. Democrat Joel Jacobsen will now run.

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Wait 'til next year for Major League BaseballThe danger that the virus will come roaring back with a vengeance in the fall , just as the 1918 influenza pandemic did, should be on everyone's mind.

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Travel Wisconsin: Gaming in Green Bay GetawayGreat Wisconsin Getaway While we are dreaming now of travel adventures to come, Travel Wisconsin hopes to inspire listeners' next Wisconsin trip with our new sweepstakes - the Great Wisconsin Getaway.

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Wisconsin hunters allowed to kill 10 elk, same as last yearThere will be no change in the number of elk that hunters can kill in Wisconsin this year, after the state Department of Natural Resources Board on Wednesday voted to keep the limit at 10.

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Bucky's 5th Podcast, ep. 154: Interview with bravolebrity and former Badger tennis player Hannah BernerHannah Berner is a reality TV star on Bravo's hit show Summer House, she hosts the popular podcast Berning In Hell and she used to be the best player on the women's tennis team at the University of Wisconsin.

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Good Land Wing Co. is open for dine-in, curbside pickupIf you're in the mood for wings but want a healthier version, Good Land Wing Co.

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Wisconsin National Guard surpasses 70,000 specimens collected at mobile testing sites around the stateWisconsin National Guard specimen collection teams collected over 4,100 specimens May 26 and its cumulative total collected for COVID-19 testing topped 72,000 as 25 teams continue to operate across Wisconsin supporting local health departments and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services with COVID-19 testing efforts.

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Department of Workforce Development begins issuing payments for Pandemic Unemployment AssistanceDWD Secretary Caleb Frostman said that those who were eligible for PUA would be notified through USPS and in their claims portal.

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Wisconsin sign business spreading hopeAs many businesses are hurting during the coronavirus pandemic, one small business is thriving. It's spreading joy across southeast Wisconsin.

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Several Cafe Hollander locations open for in-person dining WednesdaySeveral restaurants under the Lowlands Group are opening for in-person dining Wednesday, including multiple Cafe Hollander locations.

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Wisconsin panel to vote on mailing absentee ballot formsA politically divided Wisconsin Elections Commission on Wednesday planned to consider for the second time in a week whether to mail absentee ballot application forms to 2.7 million registered voters in the battleground state ahead of the November presidential election.

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NYC Commission on Human Rights investigating racially-charged Central Park videoAfter Amy Cooper was caught on camera invoking Christian Cooper's race in a false 911 call after a dispute over her dog being off its leash, New York City's Commission on Human Rights is launching an investigation into the incident.

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Burger King debuts 'social distancing crowns' in GermanyBurger King wants its customers to enjoy eating their food safely - hence why they've come up with a smart idea: social distancing crowns.

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WED News Summary: Republicans, Democrats trade blame for unemployment insurance issuesThis content is for subscribers only. Subscribe now to get access to this and other members-only content.

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Justice Department closes investigation into 3 senators who sold stock before market crashSens. Dianne Feinstein , Kelly Loeffler and Jim Inhofe have been informed that the Justice Department has closed investigations into their stock trades, according to people familiar with the notifications.

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Tuesday Morning becomes 5th big retailer to file Chapter 11Discount goods retailer Tuesday Morning has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, the fifth major retailer to do so since the pandemic.

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Health commissioner expresses concern over crowds, fight at lakefrontCity of Milwaukee Commissioner of Health Dr. Jeanette Kowalik is expressing concern over crowding at the lakefront following a fight Tuesday night.

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Wisconsin panel to vote on mailing absentee ballot formsA politically divided Wisconsin Elections Commission will consider for the second time in a week whether to mail absentee ballot application forms to 2.7 million registered voters in the battleground state ahead of the November presidential election.

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Wisconsin Courts To Resume Operations With Virus ControlsWisconsin courts can resume in-person hearings and jury trials if they can come up with plans to protect participants and observers from the coronavirus, under an order from a divided state Supreme Court.

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Concerns raised over Cross' proposal to reshape UW SystemSome members of the UW System's shared governance communities throughout the state expressed concern over President Ray Cross' blueprint to specialize campuses and consolidate certain administrative functions.

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Lydia D. BaumanLydia D. Bauman, age 92, of Merrill passed away on Sunday, May 24, 2020 at her home surrounded by her family, loving caregivers, and under the care of Aspirus Hospice Services.

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New NY bill would make false reporting a hate crime in some instances in wake of Central Park videoFalsely reporting an incident as a hate crime would be criminalized in New York if legislation proposed Tuesday in the wake of a viral video is passed.

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Wisconsin scientist starts women-led 'Dear Pandemic' to explain coronavirusIn the confusing early days of the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S., Malia Jones penned a letter to friends and family explaining what she understood about it.

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Wisconsin Badgers football recruiting: Build-A-BadgerIn the fourth installment, B5Q's Matt Belz and Drew Hamm take their best guess at how the 2021 recruiting class will look come signing day.

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Small businesses can begin applying for the Milwaukee Business Restart Grant ThursdayIf you own a small business in Milwaukee that has been affected by closures during the pandemic, you can soon start applying for a grant up to $15,000 to resume operations.

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Alliant eyes 675MW Wisconsin solarDeveloper expects a decision from the state regulator on it proposed acquisitions in H1 2021.

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United Health Foundation Commits $2.5 Million to Establish Behavioral Health Crisis Team in Children's Wisconsin Emergency DepartmentThe United Health Foundation has awarded Childrens Wisconsin a three-year, $2.5 million grant to establish a crisis response team in the emergency department available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for children with mental and behavioral health needs.

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UW-Stout students showcase fashion onlineAll 21 seniors created a video of their work, which Cambria compiled into a 38-minute and a 55-minute virtual fashion show.

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Museum of Wisconsin Art Plans to Chalk the State in JulyThe idea is simple: Make art, have fun, spread joy. The Museum of Wisconsin Art announces Chalk the State, a statewide event scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, July 25-26, 2020.

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Trump threatens Twitter with regulations, closure after site added fact-check link to tweetPresident Donald Trump is threatening social media companies with new regulation or even closure after Twitter added fact checks to two of his tweets.

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Vendors, exhibitors await decision from Wisconsin State FairPeople across Wisconsin are patiently awaiting the fate of the 2020 State Fair. From fair goers to exhibitors to vendors, the decision will have ripple effects.

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Ladysmith e-waste recyclers charged with illegal transport, storage of hazardous materialThe case involves leaded glass from cathode ray tubes that built up unreported from 2011 to 2016.

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Only about 50% of Americans say they will definitely get a COVID-19 vaccine if one is made availableOnly about half of Americans say they would get a vaccine for COVID-19 if one becomes available, according to a survey from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.

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Coronavirus: Wisconsin company creates buzz with social distancing alarmFor people alarmed with social distance violators during the coronavirus pandemic, a Wisconsin company may have the solution.

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New graduates face tough task of cracking into damaged economyJaylyn Fahey, who just graduated from UW-Milwaukee, thought she was well-prepared to find a job in the journalism / media industry.

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Coronavirus: Wisconsin company creates buzz with social distancing alarmFor people alarmed with social distance violators during the coronavirus pandemic, a Wisconsin company may have the solution.

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Tips on how to stay safe outdoors this summer"We have been cooped up for a few months so I think it is good to get out and get some fresh air and explore a state park or a national park that you have never been to before," said USDA Forest Ranger, Kent Nelson.

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Wednesday's forecast for the Northland: Temps to climb near 80After some much-needed rainfall overnight, showers will move out quickly Wednesday with some lingering fog in the morning.

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WED AM Update: Elections Commission to take up absentee ballot application proposalThis content is for subscribers only. Subscribe now to get access to this and other members-only content.

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Tropical Storm Bertha forms near South Carolina coastThe National Hurricane Center says the second named storm of the season, Tropical Storm Bertha, has formed off the South Carolina coast.

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Unemployment insurance is the latest political flashpoint in WisconsinDemocratic Gov. Tony Evers' administration is struggling to catch up on a backlog of 675,000 unemployment claims that are part of the surge driven by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Report Predicts Second COVID-19 Surge in StateCOVID-19 is still spreading at epidemic rates in Wisconsin and 23 other states. That's according to a study from the Imperial College London, a public research university in the United Kingdom, based on mobility data from Google and case and death data from John Hopkins University.

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Auto group fires employee, citing involvement in hanging effigy of Kentucky governor during protestAn employee of Neil Huffman Auto Group has been fired after alleged involvement in hanging an effigy of Gov.

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Wisconsin coronavirus: New records for deaths, cases and totalsWisconsin health officials reported the state's largest single-day increases in coronavirus deaths, cases and tests on Wednesday.

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Anna-Belle Aerial adapts with private lessons after pandemicMaking the jump last November to open her own aerial studio, Anna Conners headed into 2020 on cloud nine.

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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam making masks a requirement when inside public buildings beginning FridayEveryone in Virginia will need to wear a face cover, or mask, when inside public buildings starting on Friday, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam announced Tuesday.

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BBB Wisconsin Warns: Be Careful Purchasing from Unknown Websites during Covid-19Milwaukee, Wis. - With shortages of sanitizers, disinfectants, masks and paper products seen throughout the country since the COVID-19 virus first surfaced, BBB warns that websites selling these and other related products are also continuing to surface.

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Wisconsin Supreme Court tosses lawsuit challenging orderThe Wisconsin Supreme Court on Wednesday dismissed as moot a lawsuit that argued Gov. Tony Evers' "safer at home" order was a violation of constitutional rights to worship, protest and travel.

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Wisconsin to give $200 million in CARES Act funds to counties, cities and towns for COVID-19 reliefClick here for more details from the State of Wisconsin, including allocation totals for counties, cities and other municipalities.

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Wisconsin Dells man dead following one-vehicle crash in Port EdwardsDavid W. Abbott was driving a Chevrolet Blazer east on Wood County G when he failed to negotiate a curve, near Wood County JJ in the town of Port Edwards, at about 11:30 p.m.

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Protesters, police clash in Minneapolis a day after man died in police custodyProtesters and police clashed in Minneapolis Tuesday at the same intersection where 24 hours earlier, a black man died in police custody as witness video showed officers kneeling on the man's neck.

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Central Wisconsin COVID-19 update: Waupaca County confirms 7 new cases over weekend, Marathon County reaches 42USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin will provide a daily update on COVID-19 cases in central Wisconsin, including confirmed test results, new cases, deaths, negative test results and recovered patients, when available.

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Slices of Life: The new normalHere's to the class of 2020. You are important. Your sacrifices matter. We understand. You will do great things.

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Coronavirus in Wisconsin: Officials grappled with how best to enforce stay-at-home ordersGossett was forced to decide how to enforce the stay-at-home order when Lisa Binning, owner of Dog Depot in Oshkosh, was arrested after she was given repeated warnings by police that she was breaking the law by being open for curbside service.

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Coronavirus May 27: Developments across our regionNorth Dakota state lab director Christie Massen said Tuesday, May 26, that the state hopes to bring on two new machines this week that will significantly boost coronavirus testing capacity.

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First astronaut launch since 2011 still a go despite weather concernsWeather conditions threatening to scrub the nation's first astronaut launch in nine years are improving, NASA said Tuesday.

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The Latest: Spain begins 10 days of mourning virus victimsThe Latest on the coronavirus pandemic. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people.

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Wisconsin officials take up mailing absentee ballot request formsWisconsin election officials will take a second swing Wednesday at whether to mail absentee ballot request forms to most voters this fall.

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Report: 47 Percent Of Wisconsin Nonprofits Have Reduced Programming, Staff Amid PandemicResearchers from six University of Wisconsin System schools surveyed nonprofits across the state in April finding more than 50 percent were concerned about making rent as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Dangerous blood clots pose a perplexing coronavirus threatClotting has been seen in other coronavirus infections, including SARS, but on a much smaller scale.

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Wisconsin DaybookAssociated Press Wisconsin Daybook for Wednesday, May.

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Wisconsin Elections Commission to vote on mailing absentee ballot formsA politically divided Wisconsin Elections Commission will consider for the second time in a week whether to mail absentee ballot application forms to 2.7 million registered voters in the battleground state ahead of the November presidential election.

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Coronavirus: Wisconsin company creates buzz with social distancing alarmFor people alarmed with social distance violators during the coronavirus pandemic, a Wisconsin company may have the solution.

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Wisconsin panel to vote on mailing absentee ballot formsA politically divided Wisconsin Elections Commission on Wednesday planned to consider for the second time in a week whether to mail absentee ballot application forms to 2.7 million registered voters in the battleground state ahead of the November presidential election.

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2021 OLB Darryl Peterson on His Recruiting Process Through the Pandemic and WisconsinThe recruiting journeys for many players in the 2021 class have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, especially with the dead period being extended to June 30 and potential spring and early summer official visits being effectively canceled.

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American virus deaths at 100,000: What does a number mean?The fraught, freighted number of this particular American moment is a round one brimming with zeroes: 100,000.

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Coronavirus: Wisconsin company creates buzz with social distancing alarmFor people alarmed with social distance violators during the coronavirus pandemic, a Wisconsin company may have the solution.

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The Latest: India surpasses 150,000 virus casesThe Latest on the coronavirus pandemic. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people.

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Enviro-Serv Announces Florida Hemp License Issuance and Wisconsin and Florida Hemp Planting Initiatives UpdateMay 27, 2020 - Enviro-Serv Inc. is extremely excited to announce the company has been issued its Florida FDACS hemp license on May 1st AND will be...

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Wisconsin company develops social distancing alarmA Waukesha, Wisconsin, company has developed a social distancing alarm that would allow businesses to monitor their employees, detecting if other workers get closer than 6 feet.

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Wisconsin crops mostly plantedMost Wisconsin farmers were able to dodge occasional rains and accomplish much of their fieldwork last week.

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Milwaukee woman discharged from the hospital after battling COVID-19 for 63 daysA Milwaukee mother battles the coronavirus for 63 days in the hospital, nearly 50 on a ventilator and finally gets to return home.

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Lake Geneva officials look for social distancing guidelines after busy weekendAfter a busy weekend of tourists, officials in Lake Geneva are considering making changes to help visitors social distance.

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Some Wisconsin residents still haven't seen any unemployment benefitsWisconsin's unemployment level is at a rate the state hasn't seen in almost 100 years.

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If You Think You Know How to Make a Wisconsin Old-Fashioned, You're WrongWisconsin's favorite cocktail, the Old-Fashioned, is made with brandy, not whiskey. Most job descriptions don't entail drinking hard booze in the morning, but it can happen when you're a travel journalist.

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"Earn and learn," Skilled Trades in need of workers during pandemicWith tens of thousands of people unemployed, skilled trade advocates encourage people to consider a career change.

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What's the history behind 100-year-old shipwreck found on the Great Salt Lake?A storm over the weekend with over 50 mile-per-hour wind speeds helped uncover a shipwreck along the Great Salt Lake shoreline.

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EatStreet launches in Kenosha with free Kwik Trip deliveriesEatStreet announced that their platform launched in Kenosha County on Monday by offering free Kwik Trip deliveries to local residents.

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Milwaukee Police investigating armed robbery near Oakland and LocustInvestigators responded to the Walgreens near Oakland and Locust about 12:30 a.m. Saturday after a man entered the store demanding property.

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Kicker Blake Wilcox No Longer A BadgerBlake Wilcox joined the Wisconsin Badgers football program as a decorated punter and kicker as a preferred walk-on in 2019 and redshirted.

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Wisconsin Badgers football: P/K Blake Wilcox no longer with teamThis is interesting: it seems former Kettle Moraine standout punter / kicker Blake Wilcow, one of top ranked specialists in the country in HS, was not extended a roster spot at Wisconsin after his frosh year there.

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Wisconsin coronavirus: Positive tests drop, State Fair may cancelMore than 216,000 residents so far have been tested for COVID-19. Of the 15,863 total positive cases as of Tuesday, the state reports that nearly 6 in 10 have recovered, leaving nearly 6,000 "active" cases in the state - meaning the case was diagnosed in the last 30 days and the person remains in isolation with persisting symptoms.

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CROSSING THE RIVER: Minnesotans heading over the Mississippi for Wisconsin businessesTuesday afternoon, La Crosse was bustling with visitors from all over Minnesota. Many businesses in the Land of 10,000 Lakes are not reopening until June 1st and some customers have decided to venture over the border.

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Special Weather Statement Until Tue 9:30 Pm CdtThunderstorms with heavy rain will cause minor flooding in the following counties...

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Coronavirus in Wisconsin: Landlords seek evictions despite banNumerous landlords stood in line waiting for the Milwaukee County Clerk of Courts office to open and accept filings at noon Tuesday, said Anna Hodges, chief deputy to Clerk of Courts John Barrett.

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RV sales, rentals take off as families escape to natureRV sales in some areas have jumped 170% from the same time period last year.

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St. Paul man killed, wife wounded in attack by son in Wisconsin, sheriff saysThe attacks occurred at a lakeside home near Hayward, according to the Sheriff's Office.

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Wisconsin making progress toward testing everyone in long-term careThe deputy secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services says the state is well on their way toward the goal of testing all residents and staff in long-term care facilities.

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Players return as Oneida Casino reopensAfter a two month shutdown, three Oneida Casino locations reopened Tuesday to excited guests.

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Coach Breakdown: Wisconsin TE Commit Jack PughInsight from Hilliard Bradley's head coach on a versatile player who will help the Jaguars on both sides of the ball next season.

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More businesses reopen on previous Safer at Home deadline, May 26Businesses across central Wisconsin opened or expanded operations on Tuesday, the original deadline for Gov.

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Last week to order Watercolor Kits in the Mail with bonus kits revealedAll supplies are cut to size and ready for assembly. Each kit contains paper and ribbon tucked in an envelope to create 4 each of the 3 greeting card designs shown in the photo below including inside of card liners and already scored cardstock.

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Local Officials Question 'Forward Dane' Reopening PlanDane County began phase one of a plan to reopen restaurants, gyms, and local shops Tuesday but some local officials are raising concerns.

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NHL to return this summer in new playoff formatNHL Commissioner Gary Bettman announced Tuesday that hockey will return this summer in a new playoff format, with the rest of the regular season schedule being cancelled.

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Milwaukee Brewers hopeful baseball season will start in JulyAn 81 game season could begin in July.

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Packers sign 7th round pick, Garvin to deal todayThe Green Bay Packers signed rookie outside linebacker Jonathan Garvin to a contract today. Garvin was the last of their nine selections in this year's draft.

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Eau Claire Children's Theatre planning for upcoming performancesEau Claire - Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the show must go on. In order to safely host its upcoming performance of "Disenchanted" in June, the Eau Claire Children's Theatre is changing several of its procedures.

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Wisconsin Weather Warm UpHighs have jumped into the 80s for a couple of days. Do you know how long it's been since that happened?

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