Wisconsin Assembly Halts Vote On Repeal Of Mask MandateSpeaker Robin Vos said the Assembly was “hitting the pause button” and could return as soon as next week to repeal the mask mandate.
Wisconsin State Lawmakers To Vote On Repealing Gov. Tony Evers' Statewide Mask MandateThe move would jeopardize more than $49 million in federal food assistance, brush aside warnings from health experts, and make Wisconsin one of only 10 states without a statewide order.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers Urges Legislature To Pass COVID-19 Bill FirstEvers renewed his request to lawmakers to take up his proposed compromise, first floated on Dec. 21, saying it would be “inexplicable” to take up anything else first.
Eight Nuns Die In Past Week At Wisconsin Retirement HomeNotre Dame of Elm Grove had been free of the virus for the last nine months, but the congregation that runs the home found out on Thanksgiving Day that one of the roughly 100 sisters who live there had tested positive.
Attorney For Kenosha Shooter Kyle Rittenhouse Withdraws From CaseA California attorney for an Illinois 17-year-old accused of fatally shooting two people and wounding a third during a night of unrest in Wisconsin is extracting himself from his criminal defense after prosecutors raised ethical concerns about the lawyer.
Sheboygan Police Officer Placed On Administrative Leave After Shooting, Killing Black ManKevan Ruffin's family thinks he was suffering from a mental health episode and police should have held back because they knew his history.
Wisconsin Republicans Push For Regional Reopening; Gov. Tony Evers: 'Never Say Never'Evers’ current “safer at home” order that closed most nonessential businesses is set to run until May 26.
Clerks Set To Count Votes In Messy Wisconsin ElectionMunicipal clerks across Wisconsin on Monday were set to start tallying votes from last week's chaotic presidential primary, a count that was delayed for several days by the legal struggle over whether to postpone the election due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Wisconsin Voters Forced To Choose Between Health, DemocracyIf Wisconsin was a test case for voting in the age of the coronavirus, it did not go well for many voters.
After Wisconsin Supreme Court Overrules Gov. Tony Evers, Primary Election To Move ForwardThe decisions leave Wisconsin as the only state with an election scheduled in April that is proceeding as planned.
Wisconsin Confirms First Case Of CoronavirusThe patient is an adult isolated at their home but state health officials would not say where they are located, their age or any other details.