The number of COVID-19 patients in intensive care units has fallen below 100 for the first time in five months. Also, UW schools inch closer toward more in-person classes, but some students risk messing it up with careless behavio...
After more than 300 days, the Wisconsin Legislature has finally sent a bill to Gov. Evers that he'd sign. And they're likely going to do it again soon. Plus, state health officials announce a new vaccine registry.
One of the two candidates for state superintendent of public instruction posts a racially insensitive tweet, apologizes, and deletes her account. Also, Gov. Evers and Pres. Biden go big in their Wisconsin addresses Tuesday.
The Wisconsin senator is trying to get folks to stop believing what they saw at the US Capitol on Jan. 6. Also, Wisconsin is about to hit 1 million vaccine doses administered. And it’s primary election day in the state.