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Around 50 polling places open in Waukesha County, but only one in the city of Waukesha This Election Day there were about 50 polling places in Waukesha County, but in the city of Waukesha there was only one at the recreation center. Turnout was up and down all day, and voters had mixed feelings on the decision to still hold in-person voting amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Assembly Speaker Robin Vos says election process in Burlington going smoothly Assembly Speaker Robin Vos volunteered as an election inspector. He said the process in Burlington was going smoothly.

West Allis puts food pantry on their lawn and it becomes incredibly popular About 10 days ago, the Gall family put up a modest looking food donation table on their front lawn in West Allis. In just two days, donations flooded the Gall's makeshift food pantry, and they had to upgrade their storage capacity significantly.

Wisconsin is voting today… and it’s a mess It was not known until late last night whether in-person voting would take place on Tuesday.

Eau Claire poll worker on working during pandemic As voters hit the polls, dozens of poll workers are helping them through the process in Eau Claire, but at least one Eau Claire election worker says he is also weighing the risk to his own health.

Minnesota slowing the doubling rate of coronavirus - Superior Telegram "This wasn't by chance," Walz says as earliest projected peak approaches with hospitalized cases modest.

Voter turnout low so far Polls across the state, and in the Chippewa Valley, are open until 8 p.m. Tuesday.

Voters bear long lines on Milwaukee's north side Thousands of voters waited in long lines to cast their ballots Tuesday at polling centers on Milwaukee's north side.

Election workers make voting 'as safe as can be' in Douglas County - Superior Telegram Voters had their hands sprayed with disinfectant when they arrived at the polls, waited in pre-marked spots to cast their ballots and took the pens they used to vote home with them.

Greenhouses employ curbside delivery during pandemic Workers at Green Oasis in Lake Hallie said they've had to find new ways to reach customers.

COVID-19 pandemic leading to big plumbing problems As coronavirus concerns cause some people to stockpile essentials like toilet paper, it leaves others scrambling and sometimes using other options for sanitary purposes.

Trump says he will 'put a hold' on US funding to World Health Organization, says 'they missed the call' on pandemic WASHINGTON — Trump says he will ‘put a hold’ on US funding to World Health Organization, says ‘they missed the call’ on pandemic.

Celebrating Easter while social distancing With Easter fast approaching, many are wondering how to still celebrate while maintaining social distancing.

The Latest: 750 Milwaukee ballots invalidated over witnesses — The Latest on Wisconsin’s primary election : 5 p.m. The city of Milwaukee’s top election official says hundreds of absentee ballots filed without a witness signature during the roughly 24 hours a federal judge said the requirement didn’t apply won’t count.

Major brands step-up to help healthcare workers during COVID-19 pandemic Major brands like Nike, Toyota, and Apple are stepping up to help healthcare workers who are battling the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Impact of extensive absentee ballot requests So much is up in the air for the current election and it is due in part from a higher-than-average number of absentee ballot requests.

WI National Guard volunteer numbers in our area As voters headed to the polls Tuesday, Wisconsin National Guard volunteers were at many polling places throughout our area.

Tips on requesting mortgage payment delays amid COVID-19 crisis The CARES Act allows people to delay mortgage payments for as long as a year. It’s a process that's won't be easy and is full of uncertainty.

Lincoln County Sheriff's Office Reports A Deputy responded to property damage complaint at an establishment in Irma. Upon arrival he found a smoldering fire which contained unauthorized items being burned. The DNR was contacted and took over the investigation. Citations will be issued by the DNR.

Hail left divots in ground Tuesday morning Damaging hail fell in Western Wisconsin measuring as much as two inches in diameter. Cars parked outside in this hailstorm are likely dented.

AP FACT CHECK: Trump myths on new jobs, airport virus tests WASHINGTON — Defending his administration’s response to the coronavirus, President Donald Trump falsely asserted that travelers at U.S. airports are being routinely tested for COVID-19, made groundless accusations against a government watchdog and wrongly claimed the Obama administration did nothing during a flu pandemic.

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National Democratic Redistricting Committee: Eric Holder Statement on Voting in Wisconsin Holder, Jr., the 82nd Attorney General of the United States and Chairman of the National Democratic Redistricting Committee, released the following statement on the citizens of Wisconsin being forced to vote in-person during the COVID-19 pandemic:.

Harold G. Altenberger Altenberger, age 92, of DeForest, passed away on Friday, April 3, 2020, at Saint Mary's Care Center. He was born on Sept. 21, 1927, in Merrill, Wis., the son of Erwin and Bertha Altenberger. Harold graduated from Merrill High School and then proudly served in the U.S.

Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office identifies 49 COVID-19 deaths The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office has identified 49 people so far who have died from complications of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus.

Reap the benefits of therapy dogs virtually Therapy dogs can provide great comfort and support, but in person visits aren't happening in many places right now because of coronavirus. So, organizations are adapting, helping you get benefits virtually.

Wisconsin election: Milwaukee voters brave long wait lines at the polls Some Milwaukee voters are waiting in line for as long as 2 1/2 hours to cast their ballots, the city's top election official said Tuesday. "We have moved forward with an election, but we have not moved forward with democracy in the state of Wisconsin," said Neil Albrecht, executive director of the Milwaukee Election Commission.

Lincoln County issues travel advisory to seasonal and second homeowners Lincoln County is joining Vilas and Oneida in asking seasonal and second homeowners to not visit the area as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

Couple dies of coronavirus just 4 days apart Ed, who was 89, and Joan, who was 90, died four days apart on Long Island.

How to take care of your vehicle while you're not driving it If you're not driving your vehicle much during the pandemic, there are things you can do to take care of it while it stays parked.

MCTS to begin limiting passengers on buses to 10 beginning April 9 Milwaukee County Transit System buses will start limiting their passengers to 10.

White House dealing with shakeups, controversies amid spread of COVID-19 On a day several headlines were critical of Trump, Trump brought in a new press secretary, sending previous secretary to the East Wing.

Voters in Madison, Milwaukee face lines, fears about coronavirus Voters at the polls in Milwaukee and Madison expressed frustration and trepidation about voting in person today amid the coronavirus pandemic, but largely appeared to be taking it in stride.

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio says there are no plans for temporary burials in city parks New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday that rumors of a plan to do temporary burials in the city's public parks are "totally false."

DHS: 2,578 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin - Superior Telegram 92 people have died from the new coronavirus in Wisconsin so far.

Wall Street's rally fizzles as oil prices suddenly plunge The market appeared to be haded for a huge day when oil prices dropped suddenly.

Molson Coors donates 150K cans of water to truck drivers Molson Coors announced on Monday that it was donating over 150,000 cans of drink water to truck drivers across the U.S.

Fotos from the Past Caylor Jr: Note: Due to the Coronavirus, my usual source of materials - the T. Scott Library is closed. We may have a variety dates in the coming weeks until I can get back to the usual date range. 4-8-70 Two new faces will find seats on the Merrill City Council and a long time alderman has been defeated after serving the city for 30 years.

Merrill Warrant of the Week The Merrill Police Department holds an arrest warrant issued 12/15/2014 for Dawn P. Gruhlke, DOB 06/23/1961, last known address W6776 County Road O, Tomahawk. The city recovered a judgment of $124.00 for a violation of operating motor vehicle without insurance.

COVID-19: Wisconsin Update As we navigate through the ever-changing COVID environment, we will provide information on developments, regulations, and programs surrounding the outbreak.

Rep. Pocan: Demands transparency on sedative shortages for patients on ventilators MADISON, WI - After reports this week that hospitals nationwide are suffering shortages not only of ventilators, but of the sedatives required for patients on ventilators, U.S.

Ascension COVID-19 Update Ascension Wisconsin Drive-Through Testing Sites - Six Locations Now Available : Ascension Medical Group Wisconsin added another location for drive-through testing on Monday, April 6, with the opening of the Hoover Road Respiratory Care Site in Stevens Point.

Gov. Evers announces statewide ban on evictions and foreclosures Tony Evers banned landlords throughout Wisconsin from evicting tenants and ordered lenders statewide to halt foreclosure actions for 60 days, according to an emergency order issued Friday. The order also brings to a halt sheriff's sales, which are the auctions where foreclosed properties are sold.

Navy secretary resigns after calling fired captain 'stupid' The captain called attention to the plight on board of the ship earlier in the week amid a massive spread of COVID-19 among sailors.

Baltimore police sergeant under investigation after video shows him coughing near residents A Baltimore police sergeant is under investigation after a video circulating on social media showed him coughing near residents at Perkins Homes in East Baltimore.

Fighting rumors and misinformation - what you need to know about the Wisconsin National Guard's role in the COVID-19 response There are many rumors swirling around our great state about the Wisconsin National Guard mobilizing to enforce statewide quarantines, or quarantines in specific cities. Some rumors have reported seeing Guard troops staging vehicles and equipment at public locations in the Milwaukee area.

While many businesses are struggling during the pandemic, some are busier than ever Some businesses are actually busier during the pandemic than they’ve ever been. That includes grocery stores, but also some small businesses, like bike shops.

Wisconsin COVID-19 Update for April 7th Here are the updated numbers for COVID-19 from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services for April 7th UPDATE: Gov.

NYC virus deaths exceed 3,200, topping toll for 9/11 attacks New York City's death toll from the coronavirus has eclipsed the number of those killed at the World Trade Center on 9/11.

Coronavirus has unexpected impact on air quality It’s not just happening in California, it’s happening all over the world.

Likely infected, some struggle to get tested for coronavirus So far, health experts say official counts have failed to reflect the actual number of people infected or dying from the coronavirus.

15 more coronavirus-related deaths reported in Wisconsin After an increase of 15 in the past day, the total number of coronavirus-related deaths in Wisconsin is nearing 100.

'A lot of pain.' NY has biggest 1-day jump in virus deaths The alarming death number comes even as new hospital admissions have dropped compared to last week.

WisDems: Trump's message to voters: No vote by mail, go vote in person and risk your life On today's Presidential Primary, State Supreme Court, and 3,829 other elections in Wisconsin, Donald Trump has encouraged Wisconsinites multiple times to physically go to the polls to cast their ballots despite the great risk this poses to their life in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

Wisconsin National Guard set up, staff Milwaukee self-isolation facility Clare Hall on the Saint Francis de Sales Seminary grounds in St. Francis opened its doors March 30 to provide shelter and isolation facilities for individuals with housing instability.

Window art allows neighborhood to reconnect in time of social distancing Three themes a week are chosen and announced to the neighborhood via a Facebook group. They’re then put on display in front room windows.

Yamiche Alcindor on the 'national implications' of Wisconsin's primary Yamich Alcindor joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss the questions Wisconsin's primary raisies for future elections held amid the pandemic, including, potentially, the general election in November.

Charlie Sykes: Wisconsin GOP legislature is forcing people to choose between their civic duty and health Charlie Sykes joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss how Wisconsites are being forced to vote in today's primary despite the public health danger in doing so.

Sen. Rand Paul recovers from coronavirus, volunteers at Kentucky hospital Rand Paul says he has recovered from the coronavirus and is now volunteering as a doctor at a Kentucky hospital.

Cleveland Plain Dealer newspaper staff told they can no longer cover Cleveland Adding insult to injury after 22 journalists were laid off last week from The Plain Dealer, the remaining 14 staff members received another devastating blow: the newsroom would no longer be covering Cleveland, Cuyahoga County or the state of Ohio.

New York state representative puts nursing skills to work amid COVID-19 crisis Karines Reyes, a trained nurse, is putting her scrubs back on to do what she can to help during the coronavirus crisis.

Tuesday's Wisconsin primary: Biden has big polling lead over Sanders as voters cast their ballots As voters in Wisconsin cast their ballots on Tuesday in their state’s Democratic presidential primary, Joe Biden has a big lead over rival Bernie Sanders in…

B1G All-Decade Grades: Indiana The Hoosiers were a fairly consistent 5-7 or 6-7 program for most of the decade, with three bowl appearances, all of which came after in 2015 or later under the leadership of Kevin Wilson and Tom Allen.

All-decade team: Brady, Rodgers headline Team of 2010s - Superior Telegram The 55-member team is the result of votes cast by the Pro Football Hall of Fame's 48-member selection committee.

Photo: Long lines at Wisconsin polls In the U.K., Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who is battling coronavirus, was taken into an intensive care unit on Monday night after being admitted to the hospital a day earlier. And in a sign of hope, China, where the pandemic broke out, recorded no new deaths on Monday for the first time since it started reporting coronavirus figures in January.

Wisconsin Votes What a crazy litigious build-up to Wisconsin's election today! My sister and I got our absentee ballots out weeks ago so it doesn't really impact me much when people vote But it really has brought to a head a lot of questions about separation of powers and executive orders.

Wisconsin National Guard to assist with polling station staffing The Wisconsin National Guard assumed two new missions this week as part of the state's ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic. A still to-be-determined number of Citizen Soldiers and Airmen from the Wisconsin National Guard will serve as polling site workers at polling locations across Wisconsin.

4 more Minnesota COVID-19 deaths; ICU count hits 64 - Superior Telegram Earliest projected peak approaches, yet hospitalized cases remain modest at 120.

Law Enforcement & Public Health Officials Emphasize Public to Stay Home Although there have been no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Lincoln County, cases continue to rise throughout Wisconsin and some of our surrounding counties. It can be assumed that COVID-19 is in Lincoln County. Currently, there are not enough resources to do widespread testing; so there are likely unidentified positive cases in our communities.

Dept. of Military Affairs: Wisconsin National Guard Soldiers help setup, staff Milwaukee voluntary COVID-19 self-isolation facility MILWAUKEE - Twenty-five Wisconsin National Guard troops are supporting a Milwaukee County isolation facility for Milwaukee's homeless population as part of the state's ongoing COVID-19 response efforts.

Park City Credit Union Donates $2,000 to Local Food Pantries There are longer lines at food panties across the country as those in need seek help during the pandemic. Whether it is the result of being out of work due to the COVID-19 situation, or scaling up demand due to families that have been affected by school closures, there is greater demand at local pantries in the Northwoods.

Wisconsin football: should you bet the over or the under on the Badgers win total? A few weeks back Vegas released their "Game of the Year" lines for 26 college football games, and now they have released an even better betting opportunity in college football win totals for the 2020 season.

U.S. Supreme Court rules absentee ballots must be cast by April 7 - Superior Telegram Late absentee voters may have to hand-deliver ballots or vote at the polls to have their vote counted.

Down Side of the Hill: Staying busy during social distancing - Superior Telegram Stay safe, say healthy, stay home if you can.

Helping Hands Provide Essential Items to Seniors in Affordable Housing Round House Manor is accepting donations twice per week.

Wisconsin Encourages Patients and Providers to Use Telehealth Options for Health Care Visits While keeping people distanced from each other during the current public health emergency is critical to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the people of Wisconsin still require health care - related to COVID-19 or not.

Wisconsin Policy Forum: The Covid-19 fiscal fall-out for cities and villages Key municipal revenue streams will take a hit as the economic fallout unfolds from the COVID-19 crisis, with greater impact for cities and villages that rely more heavily on fees and taxes tied to tourism and visitors, according to a new report from the Wisconsin Policy Forum.

No election results will be released Tuesday, state commission says Though Wisconsin's spring election continued as planned on April 7, election results will not be available until April 13.

Merrill Fire Department Reports March 30 Calls: #525 - At 2:12 a.m. Med 62 responded to Town Hall Rd. for a 80-year old male with a cardiac problem, transported to AGSH. #526 - At 4:00 a.m. Med 62 responded to AGSH for an 80-year old male with a cardiac problem, transported to Aspirus.

Plautz girls find success in lifelong passion Jared Schmeltzer: Reporter. During the weekend of March 6-8, Merrill bowlers and sisters, Paige and Piper Plautz competed at the Wisconsin High School Bowling Club State Championship.

Pine Ridge Mobil matches MHS grant Pine Ridge Mobil matched a $500 ExxonMobil Grant given to Merrill High School, with MHS receiving a total of $1,000.

Herb Kohl Educational Foundation: Announces cancelation of award recognition luncheons MILWAUKEE - The Herb Kohl Educational Foundation announced today that its 2020 award recognition luncheons have been canceled. The events scheduled for April 26 in Eau Claire, May 3 in De Pere, May 9 in Milwaukee, and May 16 in Baraboo have been canceled due to the ongoing public health emergency.

Pandas finally mate after 10 years, but only after Hong Kong zoo closes due to COVID-19 After attempting to get two pandas to procreate for about decade, a Hong Kong zoo announced Monday that the animals have finally succeeded in natural mating, but only after the park closed due to coronavirus.

Essential Superior manufacturers keep doors open - Superior Telegram Employees who can work from home are doing so, while those who remain in plants follow safety protocol.

Newborn baby in Louisiana dies, health officials say cause of death was COVID-19 A woman in Louisiana, who tested positive with COVID-19, went into preterm labor. The baby did not survive.

Video shows the moment a mother of 5 reunites with husband following 15-day battle with COVID-19 Mother of five Christina Paz is met by her husband and applause from doctors and nurses at Staten Island University Hospital as she's discharged after a 15-day battle and receiving critical care for coronavirus.

DNC: Announces $22 million general election YouTube reservation Today the Democratic National Committee announced a $22 million general-election YouTube reservation across 14 battleground states to help support get-out-the-vote efforts for the eventual nominee and Democrats running at every level of the ballot.

New York records 731 new coronavirus deaths in its worst day yet of the outbreak NEW YORK — New York records 731 new coronavirus deaths in its worst day yet of the outbreak.

John Lewis, once Trump target, backs Joe Biden for president Civil rights icon and Georgia congressman John Lewis is backing Joe Biden for president.

Father of 5 succumbs to COVID-19 on twin daughters’ 10th birthday Rolando “Sonny” Aravena was born in Harlem and died at age 44 due to COVID-19 complications. “The health care system failed us. My soulmate is gone. The pain is unbearable."

Financial advice during the pandemic Advice from a Financial Advisor on how to stretch your money during this pandemic.

WATCH: Wisconsin woman shares COVID-19 experience "Take this seriously:" COVID-19 positive Wisconsinite talks about battling the virus and what others shold know.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar gifts 900 pairs of goggles to California healthcare network He was known for wearing goggles on the basketball court, and now, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is known for gifting them off the court.

The Latest: — The Latest on Wisconsin’s primary election : 10:10 a.m. The Wisconsin Elections Commission reported Tuesday morning that it had received no reports of polling places being unable to open as planned. There had already been plans to consolidate polling places, especially in larger cities, due to poll workers refusing.

Couple with NY license plate given note in FL: 'We don't your virus, go back' A Florida couple with a New York license plate said they were discriminated against while trying to find toilet paper last week.

Wisconsin, USA forced to vote during coronavirus This 7 April 2020 video says about itself:. By Jacob Crosse and Patrick Martin in the USA:. In a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court's conservative bloc declared absentee ballots must be mailed by Tuesday. Ginsburg said the decision means voters will have to risk their health "or they will lose their right to vote.".

Some lawmakers helping at polls Some Wisconsin voters may see their local lawmakers at the polls today. Democratic Sen. Janet Bewley of Ashland is working as an election observer. She wants to help people vote with the slightest amount of personal contact. Republican Rep.

State trying to prevent COVID-19 in prisons The head of the state corrections department is confident they can avoid any outbreaks of coronavirus in Wisconsin prisons. Two inmates at the Oshkosh prison tested positive for COVID-19 this week. Secretary Kevin Carr believes there are many challenges, including overcrowding and having people in confined spaces.

Pikup App Aims to Help Neighbors in Need The Pikup app was originally geared toward college students. Now, it’s being used to help cut down on grocery store trips.

Active police scene near Stratford A WAOW reporter on the scene saw Wisconsin State Patrol units blocking the highway in both directions, at the intersection with Fairview Drive.

Wisconsin Voters Wait Hours At The Few Polling Stations Open Across The State - Thousands of Wisconsin voters waited hours in long lines outside overcrowded polling stations on Tuesday, ignoring federal health recommendations so they could participate in a presidential primary election that tested the limits of electoral politics in the midst of a pandemic.

Why African Americans are dying at higher rates from COVID-19 The new coronavirus isn't picky about who it infects - so why does data emerging from some states suggest that African Americans are bearing the brunt? Experts say the community is disproportionately impacted by underlying conditions linked to poverty, and often faces challenges in accessing testing and health care.

Wisconsin heads to polls despite stay-at-home order [email protected] Hurley - Neither rain nor last-minute politics kept Iron County voters from the polls on Tuesday. The Wisconsin Supreme Court's late afternoon decision Monday to reverse Gov.

Wisconsin voters wait hours at the few open polling stations Democrats in and out of Wisconsin screamed for the contest to be postponed, yet Republicans - and the conservative-majority state Supreme Court - would not give in. There were particular concerns that minority voters, who tend to live in the areas with the most significant wait times and the highest health risks, were disproportionately affected.

Polls take extra precautions for spring election Polls in Wisconsin are open today for the spring election and officials are taking extra precautions ensure the safety of everyone.

Republican Hypocrisy on Election These all tend to be areas represented by Republicans, while officials in heavily Democratic cities like Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay and Racine, where voting in person involves large numbers of people gathering, have pleaded with the Legislature to postpone the election and move to a mail-in ballot vote only.

The Revolution is Live The Lenten season has always been an important time for me. It is a time after the winter holidays where my family and I can pause and reset ourselves mentally, physically and spiritually as we prepare for spring.

Wisconsin Will Vote Tuesday, Sun To Rise Wednesday As the hourly news headlines changed on Monday in Wisconsin regarding the April Election there were all sorts of emotional responses from those who felt vindicated and from those who felt undermined.

White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham leaving job without ever briefing press, to be first lady's chief of staff WASHINGTON — White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham leaving job without ever briefing press, to be first lady’s chief of staff.

Bucky's 5th Podcast, ep. 140: sports on the horizon, college football win totals and Netflix recs The world is moving slow, but we still found plenty of sports to talk about in our latest episode.

Racine police investigate attempted homicide, stabbing of woman The Racine Police Department has taken a man into custody in connection to an attempted homicide that took place early Tuesday morning.

Stephanie Grisham out as White House press secretary, went her entire tenure without briefing press Grisham will likely leave her post without ever holding a press briefing.

Coronavirus Live Updates: Latest on COVID-19 in Wisconsin We want to keep you as informed as possible with updates.

Election takes place despite COVID-19 concerns Thousands of Wisconsin voters are at the polls today, despite warnings about the danger from coronavirus transmission from public health officials. "In person voting would, without question, accelerate the transmission of COVID-19 and increase the number of cases.

UW-Madison scientists developing coronavirus vaccine The vaccine could be in human trials in three to six months.

River Flood Warning from SUN 7:00 PM CDT until TUE 7:00 PM CDT River Flood Warning from SUN 7:00 PM CDT until TUE 7:00 PM CDT: Pierce County.

Bernie Sanders warns 'dangerous' election 'disregards public health experts' as crowds form to vote Bernie Sanders says that Wisconsin's in-person primary election voting is "dangerous" and "disregards the public health experts" as people across the state crowd polls despite warnings against large.

Wisconsin voters go to the polls in controversial election Polls open after governor tried to cancel in-person voting because of coronavirus, only to be overruled by state supreme court.

Paper Pumpkin is for Family Looking for fun projects the kids can do on their own or with minimal help from you? Paper Pumpkin is your answer! Kits are appropriate for all ages from early elementary school kids to working adults needing a little fun break to retired folks that are young at heart.

Bucky's Fan Favorite Tournament Elite 8: Ethan Happ vs. Nigel Hayes Read up on the two contenders and vote to help determine who moves on, and who goes home.

Waukesha down to one polling location A shortage of election workers led Waukesha to consolidate all of its polling places under one roof.

EPA donating 225,000 pieces of personal protective equipment to state and local governments Environmental Protection Agency announced on Tuesday it would be donating 225,000 pieces of personal protective equipment to first responders on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.

Ohio health officials say they want random COVID-19 testing of general population in near future In an attempt to more thoroughly track the spread of COVID-19 in Ohio, Ohio Department of Health Director Dr. Amy Acton said she is proposing a plan to randomly sample a small number of the general population.

What you need to know before heading out to vote Election Day is now underway in Wisconsin. While many have voiced concerned over COVID-19, the Wisconsin Elections Commission has a list of what you need to know before you head out to vote. Because of poll worker shortages, your polling place may have changed due to consolidation.

Boris Johnson receiving oxygen treatments in ICU, not on a ventilator, reports say UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is receiving oxygen treatments as he battles COVID-19 in a London hospital.

Rally in front of DHS office against decision to not postpone spring election Members of Voces de la Frontera are rallying in downtown Madison Tuesday morning against the Wisconsin Supreme Court's decision to overturn Governor Tony Evers' executive order to postpone the spring election.

Wisconsin set to hold a primary in middle of a pandemic Wisconsin's primary vote is back on for Tuesday, and voters will get no extension on the deadline to return absentee ballots despite the coronavirus crisis, thanks to two top courts that sided with Republicans on Monday. John Heilemann discusses.

The Latest: Long lines forming at polling locations MILWAUKEE — The Latest on Wisconsin’s primary election : 7:25 a.m. Dozens of voters, many wearing masks and standing apart from one another, waited outside the South Division High School polling place in Milwaukee as the polls opened Tuesday. A similar long line of voters waited at Waukesha’s only polling site.

B5Q analytics: how many more games would Wisconsin have won if Ethan Happ were an average free throw shooter? B5Q does math AND investigates.

MLB discussing return: Games take place in Arizona with no fans, could begin as early as May People familiar with the discussion tell The Associated Press that putting all 30 teams in the Phoenix area this season and playing in empty ballparks was among the ideas discussed by Major League Baseball and the players’ association.

How to talk to your kids about coronavirus Right now, every American’s life and routine has been disrupted. Schools are closed, families are sequestered, people are worried about the health of loved ones, and of course, there’s the fear of the unknown.

Dr Fauci warns we may never go 'back to normal' as US heads towards coronavirus peak - follow live Dr Anthony Fauci, the top US infectious diseases expert, has broken with Donald Trump to warn that the world may never “go back to normal” after the coronavirus outbreak because the threat will.

More than 600 employees at a Detroit hospital network have tested positive for COVID-19 It's estimated that between 600 and 700 employees for Henry Ford Health System have tested positive for the coronavirus.

Michael Che, SNL star, says his grandmother has died of the coronavirus SNL's Michael Che said in an Instagram post on Monday that his grandmother had died of COVID-19.

Warmest day of the year We're starting in the 40s this morning, but today will likely be the warmest day of the year so far. Even with mostly cloudy skies, temperatures should reach 70 degrees by this afternoon.

Coronavirus April 7: Developments across our region - Superior Telegram Stark and Mountrail counties are being closely monitored as hotspots for COVID-19 in North Dakota.

Catch Tuesday's supermoon, biggest and brightest of year Use this as an opportunity to not physically distance yourself, but emotionally connect with something that is physically far from us.”.

Milwaukee cafe collecting donations to deliver free lunches to doctors and nurses Each $15 donation will pay for a lunch box and delivery to an MKE hospital worker.

Election Day: Everything You Need to Know On Monday evening, the Wisconsin Elections Commission helped clear some questions that were surrounding election day.

The Latest: Land border between China and Russia is closing The Latest on the coronavirus pandemic. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death. TOP OF THE HOUR: — British virus crisis deepens, while New York sees positives.

Ill. to receive additional $8M for COVID-19 response According to the CDC, Illinois will receive $6.3 million and the city of Chicago will receive $1.7 million. By Marsha Heller - April 7, 2020 at 9:23 AM CDT - Updated April 7 at 9:23 AM ILLINOIS - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has awarded Illinois an additional $8 million for the state's COVID-19 response.

Liberals recoil at SCOTUS' Wisconsin primary decision Liberals excoriated the Supreme Court's conservative majority on Monday over its decision blocking a court order that extended the period to return absentee ballots in Wisconsin's primary election, warning that the high court's ruling is an ominous sign of massive disenfranchisement of voters in November.

Wisconsin holds its primary election in the middle of a pandemic Wisconsin on Tuesday is holding its primary in the middle of a pandemic. Republicans who have insisted on holding the election on schedule won two legal battles Monday, as the state Supreme Court blocked Democratic Gov.

What is Ohio State football's over/under win total for 2020? College betting odds Drafting the Ohio State defense for a spring football game: Buckeye Talk Daily Pod. Ohio State football and the recruiting battle for 3-star tight end Jordan Dingle. Marcus Bradley, 4-star defensive tackle, lists Ohio State football in his top six. Chris Gamble edges Malcolm Jenkins in tight Ohio State football voting in favorite Buckeye bracket.

Polls open Tuesday for Wisconsin primary election despite coronavirus concerns Tony Evers issued an executive order on Monday delaying the primary until June. "I cannot in good conscience allow any types of gathering that would further the spread of this disease and to put more lives at risk," Evers said in a press conference.

Indiana coronavirus: Cases top 5,500, 173 deaths including new one in Franklin County To date, 28,764 tests have been reported to ISDH, up from 26,192 on Monday. Complete coronavirus coverage - Map: Track all reported coronavirus cases in the world U.S.

Tuesday update: More than 2,500 coronavirus cases in Wisconsin, more than 1,300 in Milwaukee County Update: Tuesday, 9:11 a.m. 20 more cases of coronavirus have now happened in Milwaukee County, as of Tuesday morning, meaning there are 1,324 cases in Milwaukee County in total. Compared to Monday's totals, that means there are 2,508 total cases in Wisconsin.

UW Bioethics group assists state officials in making decisions about ventilator allocation With COVID-19 cases in the state of Wisconsin steadily climbing, the University of Wisconsin's Bioethics group, run by Doctor Norman Fost, is helping state officials dictate who will have priority ventilator access in preparation for the possibility of shortages throughout hospitals.

Scenes of Wisconsin Voters Going to the Polls Amidst a Pandemic Are Profoundly Worrying The underlying logic of the state's Republican Party refusal to budge is that lower turnout will be good for its electoral chances, particularly the state Supreme Court seat that's up for grabs. Every other state with a contest scheduled for April either postponed or shifted to a mail in vote.

Wisconsin Proceeds With In-Person Voting Despite Coronavirus Wisconsin is asking hundreds of thousands of voters to ignore a stay-at-home order in the midst of a pandemic to participate in Tuesday's presidential primary election, becoming a test case for dozens of states struggling to balance public health concerns with a core pillar of democracy.

WI to Hold Tuesday Primary Amid Public Health Concerns - Wisconsin still will hold its presidential primary today, despite late action by the governor to try to postpone it. Voting rights activists say the state should have never reached this point….

Clerks prepared for election despite ever-changing instructions Polling places across Wisconsin will open, though some communities will have more difficulties than others.

Wisconsin researchers working on plasma treatment for COVID-19 Researchers in Wisconsin are working on a plasma treatment that could potentially be used to treat the coronavirus.

Voters forced to decide to go to the polls or stay home Voters will have to decide whether to go to the polls or stay home Tuesday, as the Wisconsin primary carries on despite coronavirus concerns.

Plan Commission approves plans for Xcel Energy expansion, Eye Clinic rebuild, new apartments One project has the green light to begin construction, while two more advance to city council.

Frida at Crossroads Collective remains positive outlook during uncertainty Inside of the Crossroads Collective food hall on Milwaukee's east side vendors like Frida continues to put out good eats. Co-Owner says recent changes allow more creativity.

Ohio mail carrier delivers supplies to elderly people on his route Kyle West, also known as “Mailman Kyle, ” has been dropping off essential items like milk and toilet paper to elderly people on his mail route.

Spreading happiness with Christmas lights in the Chippewa Valley The 'Christmas inthe Valley' light display is back up.

Wisconsin expanding to new phase of COVID-19 testing The state of Wisconsin now has the ability to test 35,000 people a day, according to health care officials in a Department of Health Services briefing Monday.

Election Day: What You Need to Know There is certainly a lot of uncertainty surrounding Tuesday's Presidential Primary in Wisconsin. On Monday evening, the Wisconsin Elections Commission helped clear some questions that were surrounding election day.

Recovered COVID-19 patients being asked to donate plasma A team of researchers across the nation have developed the National Convalescent Plasma Project, which may help be used as a treatment to fight COVID-19.

WI Elections Commission clarifies voting deadlines for spring election On Monday night the Wisconsin Elections Commission held an emergency meeting to discuss how the Wisconsin spring election, set for Tuesday April 7, will look.

Wisconsin moves forward with election despite virus concerns Evers said he had no other options.

Amazon hires nearly 80K employees, 700 are from Wisconsin Amazon recently announced that they have hired nearly 80,000 new employees and 700 of them are from Wisconsin.

'It's Really Shameful': Speaker Pelosi Blasts US Supreme Court for Wisconsin Decision 'Undermining Our Democracy' Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi blasted the U.S. Supreme Court Monday night, just hours after conservative justices in a 5-4 decision not only blocked the governor of Wisconsin from halting his state's election tomorrow, but changed a lower court's decision and gave voters less time to return absentee ballots.

Man arrested for intentionally coughing on Walmart shoppers, claiming to have COVID-19 Police arrested a man arrested after he allegedly, intentionally coughed on people in a Walmart, while yelling he had COVID-19.

WI National Guard: More than 2,400 Wisconsin National Guard members mobilized to state active duty to serve as poll workers, if needed - More than 2,400 Citizen Soldiers and Airmen from the Wisconsin National Guard mobilized to state active duty Sunday and stand ready to serve as poll workers in Wisconsin's election, if needed. Wisconsin National Guard members mobilized to state active duty to support the Wisconsin Elections Commission and county clerks across Wisconsin.

Wisconsin DOC: 2 cases of COVID-19 confirmed at Oshkosh Correctional Institution The Wisconsin Department of Corrections' website says there are multiple confirmed cases of COVID-19 within the state's institutions, including two cases at the Oshkosh facility.

Five voting centers, five absentee ballot drop-off locations open in Milwaukee for Tuesday's primary If you're looking to vote in Wisconsin's spring primary, Milwaukee has five voting centers for Tuesday's election. Typically, there are 180 polling sites.

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UFC 249 still on, with Ferguson fighting Gaethje on April 18 UFC President Dana White still hasn’t even announced a venue for UFC 249, but he remains determined to hold a pay-per-view show this month.

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Waukesha County Jail sees first positive case of COVID-19 The Waukesha County Jail has confirmed they have one positive case of COVID-19.

Polling place procedures meant to assure safe social distancing At polling places around the state Tuesday, the focus will be on safe social distancing, in order to keep voters and poll workers as safe as possible from coronavirus. Meagan Wolfe is Administrator of the Wisconsin Elections Commission.

Dr. Fauci: Return to normal will be gradual, but life may look different until vaccine is ready Will Americans be told to stay home if a second wave of coronavirus cases come before a vaccine?

Jesse Ritka shares two more science experiments you can do at home Our Jesse Ritka is back with two more science experiments that you can do at home with your kids!

Republicans vow to challenge Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers' order delaying election because of pandemic Governor Evers can't unilaterally run the state." While other states had already postponed their primaries in an attempt to prevent the spread of the coronavirus at voting sites, the Republican-led Wisconsin state legislature refused to do the same last week.

Sprocket Cafe offers more than coffee and sandwiches Local businesses are doing their best to survive during a pandemic that has upended lives. Sprocket Cafe continues to serve the community.

AM-Prep: Cooler Copy WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump said he had a "really wonderful, warm conversation" with Joe Biden about the coronavirus outbreak. "He gave me his point of view, and I fully understood that, and we just had a very friendly conversation," Trump said at his daily press briefing yesterday.

Winning numbers drawn in 'Daily Pick 3' game _ The winning numbers in Monday evening's drawing of the Wisconsin Lottery's "Daily Pick 3" game were:. ¶ Maximum prize: $500.

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The Republican Plot Against Voting Turns Deadly Preventing this impending disaster also doesn't seem to interest Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald or House Speaker Robin Vos. Instead they seemed more eager to pin the blame on Evers's "feckless leadership," a fairly ironic criticism given the underlying circumstances.

Report: Ohio State will open 2020-21 hoops season vs. Oakland Ohio State's 2020-21 men's basketball season will open with an early November match-up with Oakland University, according to a tweet by CBSSports.com's Jon Rothstein. The tweet did not list and exact date. OSU opened the 2019-20 season against Cincinnati on Nov.

Gov. Tony Evers disappointed in SCOWIS ruling allowing in-person voting for Tuesday Presidential Primary Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers responded to the Wisconsin Supreme Court decision to overturn his call to suspend Tuesday's Presidential Primary to June due to the coronavirus.

What you need to know today about the virus outbreak British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to the intensive care unit of a London hospital after his coronavirus symptoms worsened Monday. In New York, there are faint glimmers of hope as deaths from the new coronavirus appear to be leveling off. New York City remains the epicenter of the pandemic in the U.S., and.

Recognize this man? Milwaukee Police Dept. requesting public's help in locating burglary suspect Milwaukee police are asking for the public's help in identifying and locating the suspect of a burglary.

BBB warns of new scam targeting people who work from home during COVID-19 The Better Business Bureau is warning people working from home during COVID-19 to be aware of scammers trying to take advantage of them.

U.S. Supreme Court rules Wisconsin absentee ballots must be mailed by Tuesday to count Supreme Court ruled late Monday that absentee ballots must be postmarked by Tuesday in order to be counted in Wisconsin's spring election, adding yet another legal twist as voters decide the presidential primary, a Supreme Court race and hundreds of local offices.

Coronavirus survivor donates plasma in hopes to save lives, one of the first in Wisconsin On Monday, for the first time, a Versiti Blood Center collected plasma from a coronavirus survivor. The donation took place at their facility in Milwaukee, and the hope is that it could help those fighting the infection.

SCOTUS Reverses Order Extending Mail-in Voting Deadline in Wisconsin Justice Ginsberg wrote in her dissent that “tens of thousands of voters who timely requested ballots are unlikely to receive them” as a result of the order.

As spring election plans continue to change, city clerks face uncertainty City clerks in Wisconsin have faced quite a bit of certainty over the last few weeks as election plans continue to face changes.

BREAKING: Supreme Court blocks extended absentee deadline Just over an hour after ruling Tuesday's election would go on as planned, the Supreme Court is also saying you need to get your absentee ballots in, and soon.

Supreme Court blocks extended absentee voting in Wisconsin primary Supreme Court blocks extended absentee voting in Wisconsin primary.

Wisconsin Better Business Bureau warning people to be wary of internet scams Many companies are quickly making arrangements for employees to work from home. But, these actions are making it an even higher risk that people will be targeted by scammers, especially through phishing emails or through an unsecured network connection.

A new scam might be in your Facebook messenger Scams continue to target seniors as the COVID-19 pandemic grows in Wisconsin.

Senior Spotlight: Altoona's Jake Varsho Our next senior in the spotlight is Altoona's Jake Varsho, who plays baseball for the Railroaders.

State Supreme Court nullifies Governor's executive order to suspend April 7 election Jeremy Ratliff Editor Within hours of this afternoon’s executive order issued by Governor Tony Evers; suspending the April 7 General Election, the Wisconsin Supreme Court has nullified that order, with an exception. As decided by the court: “IT IS ORDERED that the petition for leave to commence an original action under Wis.

600 weekly unemployment payments to run through end of July When the payments begin will vary by state.

Police: Man killed, another injured in shooting at Teutonia & Hampton Milwaukee police say a man has died and another has been injured after a shooting at Teutonia and Hampton.

State Supreme Court rules Evers may not postpone election Wisconsin's spring election will proceed as scheduled on Tuesday, despite public health concerns over the coronavirus pandemic. Hours after Governor Tony Evers issued an executive order on Monday, rescheduling the election to June 9, the Wisconsin Supreme Court overruled him on a 4-2 vote.

Minnesota coronavirus testing now nearly entirely private - Superior Telegram — The Minnesota Department of Health The death was a 98-year-old resident of an assisted living facility in Ramsey County, bringing the statewide total to 30. Redwood and Murray counties both added cases for the first time, and ICU use jumped by nine cases to 57.

Companies propose less water use at Superior natural gas power plant - Superior Telegram The move comes after Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources expressed concerns the plant would harm water wells.

Kohler, Walmart and more donate to Sheboygan nursing home struggling with COVID-19 outbreak Colinda Nappa, an administrator at Sunny Ridge nursing home in Sheboygan told us staff members are exhausted. "We go to sleep and we come back and we go to work and we don't stop in between," said Nappa.

Remainder of Duluth's Great Lakes Fleet crewing up to start - Superior Telegram Anderson, the rest of the Duluth-based fleet of lake freighters will come out of winter layup in the coming days — and enter into an uncertain time.

Aaron Rodgers, JJ Watt among names honored on NFL's All-Decade Team The NFL announced its All-Decade Team of the 2010s Monday and Wisconsin is well-represented.

State Supreme Court reinstates spring election - Superior Telegram Governor's orders suspending in-person voting until June overruled.

Wisconsin primary election back on despite coronavirus pandemic Wisconsin will hold its in-person primary election on Tuesday after the state's Republican-dominated supreme court voted along party lines to overturn the Democratic governor's bid to delay it amid.

Candidate for Milwaukee City Attorney says he tested positive for COVID-19 Tearman Spencer, a candidate for Milwaukee City Attorney, says he has tested positive for COVID-19.

Wisconsin Supreme Court blocks governor's effort to delay election The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Monday overturned Gov. Tony Evers's executive order to postpone Tuesday's elections, sowing confusion and chaos around a critical election featuring a Democratic presidential primary and a pivotal state Supreme Court seat.

More people calling 211 amid the COVID-19 pandemic United Way worldwide says 211 usually takes about 12 million calls per year across the United States. Right now, they're taking more than double that – up to 75,000 calls a day.

Gov. Evers suspends In-Person Voting, calls legislature into Special Session on April 7 Election Tony Evers, in the absence of legislative action on Saturday April 4; today signed Executive Order #74, suspending in-person voting for the April 7 spring election, moving in-person voting to June 9, 2020. The order also directs the Legislature to meet in special session on Tues., April 7, 2020 to address the election date.

Wisconsin Supreme Court overturns Gov. Evers' order to postpone April 7 election There will be an election Tuesday in Wisconsin. The state's Supreme Court overturned Gov. Evers' order to postpone the April 7 election by a 4-2 vote.

Supreme Court reinstates in-person voting tomorrow for spring election The state Supreme Court Monday afternoon overturned Tony Evers' order pushing back in-person voting until June, putting the spring election back on hours after he sought to delay it amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Wisconsin Historical society looks to capture history during pandemic - Superior Telegram Wisconsin Historical Society collects stories about the pandemic as they are happening.

Saying goodbye to Storm Team 4 Meteorologist Jesse Ritka It is with sad hearts that we announce Storm Team 4 Meteorologist Jesse Ritka's departure from TMJ4 News.

California to lend 500 ventilators to national stockpile California's governor says the state will lend 500 ventilators to the national stockpile for use by New York and other states.

Politics Podcast: Wisconsin's Election Is A Mess In this installment of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, we dig into some of the challenges that would accompany holding an election amid the coronavirus pandemic.

ACLU of Wisconsin: Statement on postponement of in-person voting in the April 7th election MILWAUKEE - Chris Ott, executive director of the ACLU of Wisconsin, issued the following statement regarding today's decision to delay in-person voting in the April 7th election:. "Delaying in-person voting is the only responsible course of action given the urgent need to protect public health and combat the spread of COVID-19.

U.S. Sen. Baldwin: introduces legislation to protect frontline workers against COVID-19 Senator Tammy Baldwin, Ranking Member of the Senate Employment and Workplace Safety Subcommittee, introduced legislation to protect American workers on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic.

Sheriff: Man killed woman before turning gun on self because he feared they had COVID-19 Authorities in the Chicago area say a man shot and killed a woman before turning the gun on himself, because he feared they had contracted the coronavirus.

Tennessee neighborhood creates COVID-19 art crawl Two young women in Tennessee are proving that an art gallery can be enjoyed just a few steps away from your home.

Germantown magician reveals secrets for quarantine entertainment As the self-quarantines continue, we need to keep ourselves entertained which is a Germantown magician has begun to post easy magic tutorials online for free.

Kroger joins Walmart and other grocery stores to restrict capacity amid spread of COVID-19 Kroger store capacity will be limited to 50% of code.

Federal medical supplies sent to Wisconsin fall short CBS 58 is your local source for the Milwaukee news, Milwaukee weather, and Milwaukee sports.

Trump and Biden have discussed the coronavirus pandemic over the phone President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden have spoken over the phone about the coronavirus outbreak.

Gov. Tony Evers suspends in-person voting until June - Superior Telegram Legislative leaders say they'll challenge the governor's executive order.

Aspirus adds in-house, same-day COVID-19 testing as Wisconsin discusses expanding testing Amid ongoing issues for hospitals' ability to access timely COVID-19 test results across Wisconsin, Aspirus is the latest hospital network in central Wisconsin to begin offering in-house, same-day lab results.

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More businesses are boarding up their properties during the COVID-19 pandemic Fears of looting and vandalism are causing some closed businesses to board up during the coronavirus pandemic.

LIVE: White House coronavirus task force to hold press briefing at 4 pm - Superior Telegram WASHINGTON — Members of the coronavirus task force will hold a press briefing at 4 p.m. CDT Monday, April 6, at the White House.

Worldwide stock rally accelerates on hopes for virus peak Meanwhile, oil prices continued to drop on Monday.

Virus outbreak impacts homes sales, but relators optimistic about housing market So, for those who de-listed their homes or who were planning to sell now but are holding off, Yun and Baisden advise you to use this time to get your home ready for when the market bounces back.

Wisconsin COVID19 cases approach 2,500; 82 dead Wisconsin now has confirmed 2,496 positive cases of coronavirus infection, according to state and county data. Eighty two have died of complications of the disease. The state Department of Health Services reported 2,440 cases in its daily update at around 2 pm Monday.

Wisconsin Gov. Throws Hail Mary To Delay In-Person Voting For Tuesday Elections Update: The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Monday evening struck down Gov. Tony Evers' executive order postponing Tuesday's election. Original story:. Just hours before polls in Wisconsin were scheduled to open, Gov. Tony Evers issued an executive order Monday afternoon suspending in-person voting in response to the coronavirus outbreak.

Pick 'N Save, Metro Market to limit number of shoppers in stores Kroger, the parent company of Pick 'n Save and Metro Market, announced they will be limiting the number of shoppers in all of their stores.

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'Super Pink Moon' to light up night sky on Tuesday The biggest full moon of 2020 will pop over the horizon and make its appearance in the night sky this week.

Wisconsin football recruiting: new offer and the Badgers make a cut down list Another defensive lineman, this time from Illinois, earns an offer from UW.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson moved to ICU as COVID-19 symptoms worsen British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to the ICU of a London hospital after his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

Wisconsin governor calls off in-person voting a day before primary election Tony Evers delayed in-person voting until 9 June after resisting calls to move the election over coronavirus concerns.

DHS: 2,440 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin - Superior Telegram 83 people have died from the new coronavirus in Wisconsin so far.

Sports Echoes — April 6 - Superior Telegram Superior Telegram your best local source for news, sports, and weather in the Superior area.

NFL says teams should prepare for 'fully virtual' draft with team execs, GMs working from home The NFL said Monday that while it still plans to hold its collegiate draft as scheduled later this month, the entire event will be held virtually, with team personnel conducting business from their homes.

77 dead from coronavirus in Wisconsin The state Department of Health Services says 668 people are hospitalized with COVID-19 in Wisconsin. That number increased by 44 patients from Sunday to Monday. DHS says 26,574 tests have come back negative for the virus. CLICK HERE to track the outbreak in Wisconsin.

Terri Lynn's Soul Food still serving up fresh meals amid pandemic As a chef, Terri Lynn Wigley has been serving up meals for 35 years. The past 10 of those years have been spent at her restaurant, Terri Lynn's Soul Food.

2,440 COVID-19 cases in WI, 77 deaths reported Wisconsin - 2,440 cases of COVID-19 have now been reported in Wisconsin. There are 77 deaths reported. Adams and Clark counties had additional cases.

Gov. Beshear: Kentucky losing out on medical supplies to federal government amid COVID-19 pandemic Andy Beshear says the federal government is getting hands on medical supplies first as his state tried to prepare hospitals for COVID-19 pandemic.

Sheboygan nursing home connected to nearly half of COVID-19 cases in Sheboygan County The second death happened at Sunny Ridge Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in the past week.

NFL Draft to be "fully virtual" The NFL Draft is still set to take place as originally scheduled, April 23-25, but the annual event will feature more significant changes due to the coronavirus pandemic.