Julie Welch has taught middle school for 30 years. But she never dreamed of instructing 23 sixth graders over Zoom from the basement of her home.
Republicans want to restrict drop boxes and absentee voting. Democrats aim to make it easier to vote. Both parties favor quicker vote counting.
The state ranks relatively well on most measures of election administration. But some advocates say Wisconsin could do more to help people vote.
Azul Kothari feels lucky to have avoided catching COVID-19 as infections surged at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the fall. “I just thought I would get it through community spread at some point,” he said. “I thought it was pretty inevitable.”
Upgrading outdated technology could help. So could making claims more user-friendly and overcoming partisan paralysis.
Prisoners lack space and some say rules to curb COVID-19 are unevenly enforced
State officials knew little about the secretive industry until the pandemic struck; now they are scrambling to keep mink farmers and their animals safe
Wisconsin experts share tips for limiting spread and boosting your immune system — aiming to prevent hospitalization.
Some farmer advocates are pushing for supply management systems that could raise milk prices and reduce volatility
Many Wisconsin milk producers are overwhelmed, dogged by financial worries, a crushing workload, labor shortages and bad weather
Schools are not the superspreader sites that many feared, but research indicates U.S. students fell behind in math during the pandemic
Hospitals file liens against uninsured patients to get a cut of compensation in personal injury lawsuits.