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NewsMD podcast 'The Health Variant' launches, offers behind-the-scenes reportingHosted by NewsMD health correspondent Jeremy Fugleberg, the new podcast "The Health Variant" will take listeners behind the scenes of health reporting across the Forum Communications Co.

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Black Hills Schroeder and Keystone wildfires grow on TuesdaySustained winds of up to 24 mph and very low relative humidity are contributing to the spread of the wildfire in western South Dakota.

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Christine "Chris" M. NaborsChristine “Chris” M. Nabors age 51 of Spring Green passed away on Monday, March 29, 2021 at Upland Hills Health in Dodgeville.

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Covid-19 PPE litter is killing wildlifeAnimals are fatally ingesting or becoming entangled in discarded latex gloves and disposable face masks, while others have started building their homes using the same material, researchers said.

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Justice Department launches 30-day review of how to better combat hate crimesThe effort comes on the heels of a rise in hate crimes and hate incidents - specifically against the Asian American and Pacific Islander community.

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Police in Boulder have put the names of the 10 grocery store shooting victims on their patrol carsThe Boulder Police Department announced Tuesday that it has put the names of those who died in the shooting on decals on its vehicles.

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Biden Signs 2-Month Paycheck Protection Program ExtensionPresident Joe Biden on Tuesday extended the application deadline for the Paycheck Protection Program from March 31 to May 31.

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Donald Trump launches a new website after social media bansThe former president and first lady, Melania Trump, have launched a website to serve their personal offices.

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13 people test positive for COVID-19 in Northwestern WisconsinBayfield County leads the state with the largest percentage of the population vaccinated as case numbers rise around the state Tuesday, March 30.

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Brewers General Manager Prepares for Opening DayStearns keeps one eye on the current roster and one eye on the future.

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17.4% of Wisconsinites fully vaccinated against COVID; daily case count nearly doublesNearly 30% of Wisconsinites have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, according to the state Department of Health Services.

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Wisconsin residents 16 and older can get the vaccine MondayThe Pfizer-BioNTech is the only vaccine federally approved for people age 16 and 17. The other two federally approved vaccines are for those age 18 and older.

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NFL Expands to 17-Game Regular SeasonThe move increases the length of the season to 18 weeks and reduces the preseason to 3 games.

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Wisconsin basketball center Joe Hedstrom enters the transfer portalFormer Wisconsin basketball center Joe Hedstrom entered the NCAA transfer portal earlier today according to multiple reports.

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Donations for Asian American Groups Surge After KillingsThe pledges coincide with numerous calls on social media and other channels to donate to groups representing Asian American communities.

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Updates: Coronavirus Cases Wisconsin, COVID-19 VaccinationsDaily updates to statewide COVID-19 numbers.

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William M. "Bill" Schwoegler"Bill" Schwoegler, age 86, passed away on Sunday, March 28, 2021.

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Wisconsinites 16 and Older to be Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine MondayWisconsin is continuing to expand its COVID-19 vaccination access across the state.

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2 Wisconsin COVID-19 vaccine recipients receive incorrect shot for second dose: reportTwo COVID-19 vaccine recipients in Wisconsin were reportedly injected with the incorrect vaccine when they went for their second dose, according to a local report.

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Wisconsin GOP legislators discuss federal stimulusAssembly Speaker Robin Vos and other Republican legislators discussed their thoughts on distribution of federal COVID-19 relief funds.

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Wisconsin residents 16 and older eligible for COVID-19 vaccines starting MondayGov. Tony Evers made the announcement Tuesday, expanding the state's vaccine rollout to everyone in the state about four weeks ahead of schedule.

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More Pharmacy Chains To Offer COVID-19 Vaccine in WisconsinMADISON, Wis. — Seven more pharmacy chains are set to offer COVID-19 vaccine shots in Wisconsin, state health officials said Tuesday.

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All Wisconsinites 16 and up to be eligible for COVID-19 vaccine by April 5Gov. Tony Evers made the announcement Tuesday, just a day after the state hit the milestone of more than 1 million residents being fully vaccinated.

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Elizabeth "Betty" Mary ProeberElizabeth "Betty" Proeber, age 90, of Wisconsin Dells, passed away peacefully on Friday, March 26, 2021 at Sauk County Health Care Center in Reedsburg, WI.

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Lawrence "Larry" G. HoferLawrence “Larry” G. Hofer, 88, of Cuba City, WI passed away on Monday, March 29, 2021 at UW-Madison Hospital in Madison, WI.

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Susan Ann "Snooz" NelsonSusan Ann "Snooz" Nelson, age 68, of Madison, passed away on Saturday, March 27, 2021, at Madison Pointe Senior Care.

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Wilbur Clay Davis Jr.Wilbur "Clay" Davis Jr., 88, of Sun Prairie, died on March 29, 2021 at UW Hospital in Madison.

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Inappropriate SpongeBob episodes get pulled by streaming servicesTwo "SpongeBob SquarePants" episodes are no longer available on Paramount+ and Amazon because of inappropriate content.

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A new Milwaukee potato chip company is so local it uses Wisconsin potatoesMilwaukee Chip Co., founded in Riverwest, began distributing in early March. So far, its chips can be found at Black Husky Brewing and Nice Sandwich.

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UW Madison Introduces New Women's Basketball Coach Marisa MoseleyMADISON, Wis. — The University of Wisconsin introduced Marisa Moseley as its new women's basketball coach on Monday.

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Mr. Food: Bacon and Horseradish Deviled EggsThe recipe for Bacon and Horseradish Deviled Eggs is available on mrfood.com.

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Police searching for attacker in hate crime assault against 65-year-old Asian womanThe incident - which comes at a time when New York City and the nation has seen an increase in reports of attacks against Asian people - was captured on surveillance video and released by the NYPD, who also released photos of an unidentified male and video of the incident.

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Forum Communications brings back $1 million grant program to help communities rebuildAs a way to help local businesses and nonprofits regain financial footing after the economic pressures over the last year, Forum Communications Co., will match dollar-for-dollar what those entities spend on new advertising campaigns through August.

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Chauvin trial updates: 'I knew time was running out,' young witness testifiesTrial resumed shortly after 9:15 a.m. Tuesday with the cross-examination of Donald Williams. a bystander and a wrestler and MMA athlete, by defense attorney Eric Nelson.

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'I believed I witnessed a murder:' MMA fighter who watched George Floyd's death says he called police on the policeA professional mixed martial arts fighter who stumbled onto the scene of George Floyd's death testified Tuesday that he called 911 after watching former officer Derek Chauvin's actions on May 25, 2020.

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UW-Madison music student wins classical Grammy AwardSarah Brailey — a current doctoral candidate at the Mead Witter School of Music — wins award for her soprano roe in the album Smyth: The Prison.

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'Greenest spot in Wisconsin': Brewers grounds crew says field is ready for Opening DayOpening Day is right around the corner and the Milwaukee Brewers' grounds crew is making sure American Family Field will be ready.

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Teen Who Shot Floyd Video Says He Was "Begging for His Life"The teenager who shot the George Floyd video testified Tuesday that she began recording because "it wasn't right, he was suffering, he was in pain."

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Addiction recovery services offered in emergency rooms as overdoses increaseThe number of people admitted to emergency rooms for overdoses has increased throughout the course of the pandemic.

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Wisconsin upgrades unemployment claims systemMADISON, Wis.  Wisconsins Department of Workforce Development will go live tonight with a new online system for claiming unemployment insurance benefits.

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Biden Announces New Actions to Combat Anti-Asian ViolenceThe administration's actions include creating a Department of Justice cross-agency initiative devoted to addressing anti-Asian violence.

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Wisconsin DWD rolls out new online unemployment portalWisconsin's Department of Workforce Development is rolling out a new user interface aimed at making applying for unemployment online easier to use and understand.

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Wisconsin Badgers 2020-2021 men's basketball player reviews: Tyler WahlThe sophomore Swiss army knife had a solid second season for the Badgers.

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COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy drops among all Americans, new survey showsAmong all groups, Republicans and white evangelical Christians were the most likely to say they will not get vaccinated, with almost 30% of each group saying they will "definitely not" get a shot.

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Lucas: Spring a welcome sight for April and his outside 'backersIt's back to basics as fourth-year OLBs coach works to develop quality depth.

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Seven new pharmacy chains to offer COVID-19 vaccines in WisconsinWisconsinites will be able to visit nearly 600 individual pharmacies to get a COVID-19 vaccine starting this week.

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Pandemic caused havoc with court system — and still is — but might lead to improvements, tooThe pandemic forced the state's criminal justice system to look at the impact it has on people's lives, including how inconvenient it is for people.

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Wisconsin to open vaccinations to general public MondayMADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin health officials have decided to make COVID-19 vaccinations available for the general public starting next week, accelerating the timetable by a month, Gov.

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TUE News Summary: Evers vetoes GOP pandemic relief oversight; DHS says herd immunity by JulyThis content is for subscribers only. Subscribe now to get access to this and other members-only content.

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Food for Fines in celebration of National Library Week: April 4-10TINA L. SCOTT EDITOR Do you have overdue fines at the T.B. Scott Free Library?

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Over 1 million Wisconsin residents vaccinated as DHS signals opening COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to everyone 16 and older earlyAt a Milwaukee Press Club Newsmaker Lunch Hour Monday, Julie Willems Van Dijk, the deputy secretary of the state Department of Health Services, signaled that vaccine eligibility would open up to everyone 16 and older sometime in April, earlier than originally planned.

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Bice: Former Brown Deer business manager accuses state superintendent candidate Deb Kerr of 'false and defamatory' commentsThe former Brown Deer School District business manager is threatening to sue state superintendent candidate Deb Kerr over 'false and defamatory' remarks.

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Underly outspending Kerr in school superintendent raceThe superintendent race is officially nonpartisan but liberals have coalesced around Underly and conservatives support Kerr.

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Line 3 promised to be a boon to northern Minnesota's economy. Halfway into construction, has it lived up to its promise?For businesses along the route, the influx of workers has helped keep them afloat during a pandemic.

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Georgia's New GOP Election Law Draws Boycott Calls, LawsuitsCritics of Georgia's new election law issued fresh calls to boycott some businesses for not speaking out more forcefully against the law.

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The 1987 murder of Anita Carlson in northwestern Minnesota remains unsolved 34 years laterIn July 1987, the city of Bemidji was shaken by the murder of a young woman with a promising future.

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Baylor beats Arkansas 81-72 for first Final Four in 71 yearsINDIANAPOLIS — Baylor had been on the cusp of the Final Four twice before under coach Scott Drew, falling to the eventual champion both times.

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How ROTC Training Prepped Students for PandemicCadet Captain Palmer Blas explains how his ROTC training helped him navigate a pandemic no one expected.

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Houston tops Oregon State, reaches 1st Final Four since a€™84INDIANAPOLIS — Kelvin Sampson stood atop a ladder and yanked loose the remnants of the net from the rim.

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COVID-19 Inside Wisconsin Prisons with EXPO's Ramiah Whiteside and GuestsAs traumatic as the pandemic has been, imagine if you were locked up, where you cannot properly socially distance, or always get access to hand sanitizer.

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Michigan to Face Top-Ranked Wisconsin in Season-Ending Road SeriesThe University of Michigan volleyball team will conclude the 2020-21 season by traveling to No.

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Wisconsin Cranberry Farmer Teaches About Farm Life OnlineOne farmer uses social media and podcasts to show people day-to-day farm operations.

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Meet two thrifty Madison treasure huntersWhen Allison Kelley and Saraid Claxton - better known on Instagram as @heyallie.xo and @sunsetsaraid - go thrifting, they're on a mission.

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Wisconsin Badgers women's soccer recap: UW takes major step towards postseason play in 1-0 win over RutgersA big win both in the standings and the resume room for the Badgers.

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CBP deploying more agents to US-Mexico border amid influx of migrantsThe deployments come after US authorities encountered more than 100,000 migrants, including families and unaccompanied children, on the US-Mexico border in February, straining resources and overwhelming facilities originally designed for adults.

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Biden to lay out first piece of sweeping infrastructure and jobs package WednesdayPresident Joe Biden will lay out the first of a sweeping two-pronged infrastructure and jobs proposal Wednesday, with the administration launching its expected months-long effort to pass proposals that will total between $3 trillion and $4 trillion, according to senior administration officials.

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Founded in Milwaukee, Endometriosis Awareness Month Shines Light on Women's Health"Once I was diagnosed, I really said, ‘I can't possibly be the only woman dealing with this," Ballweg said.

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All Wisconsin residents 16 and older can get COVID-19 vaccines April 5Gov. Tony Evers announced all Wisconsin residents 16 years and older will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine beginning next week.

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LIVE: Testimony continues today in Derek Chauvin trialThe trial of Derek Chauvin will continue today. Watch a livestream here.

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Wisconsin to open vaccinations to general public MondayMADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin health officials have decided to make COVID-19 vaccinations available for the general public starting next week, accelerating the timetable by a month, Gov.

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Two canoers missing, search underway on Lake WinnebagoDispatchers received a 911 call from one of the two individuals about 8:30 p.m. Monday.

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Prosecutor: Woman in Slender Man stabbing still dangerousNineteen-year-old Anissa Weier earlier this month asked a Waukesha County judge to release her from the Winnebago Mental Health Institute in Oshkosh, were she was sentenced in 2017 to spend 25 years.

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Mother of police officer injured in Capitol riot says she's outraged by Trump's lie that his supporters were 'hugging and kissing' cops during attackThe mother of a DC Police officer who was brutally assaulted while defending the US Capitol during the January 6 insurrection said Monday that she and her family are outraged by former President Donald Trump's claim that his supporters were "hugging and kissing" officers during the riot and that the mob posed "zero threat."

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Capitol Riot Suspect Wore "I Was There" Shirt When ArrestedWhen law enforcement officers arrested Capitol riot suspect Garret Miller at his Dallas home, he was wearing a T-shirt that said "I Was There, Washington D.C., January 6, 2021," prosecutors say Miller thoroughly documented and commented on his actions that day in a flurry of social media posts, commenting on one selfie, "just wanted to...

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Be Active Wisconsin Community Challenge wrapping upThe West Allis-West Milwaukee Recreation and Community Services Department is participating in a state-wide activity challenge set to wrap up on Wednesday, Mar.

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Got Remodeling? Contractors Stay Busy in PandemicWith more people working, learning and staying home the past year, the remodeling industry has been busy and expects that trend to continue.

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Recall: What Gavin Newsom can learn from Scott WalkerWisconsin Democrats attempt to recall Republican Gov. Scott Walker in 2012 looks like a photo-negative of the current push to oust Gavin Newsom.

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Wisconsin lawmaker looks at next step after school choice sports vetoSome school choice kids in Wisconsin will continue to miss out on high school sports at their local schools thanks to a veto from Gov.

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Fundraiser exceeds $62K for Superior woman who died after childbirth"Everybody wanted to do something. It was a way for people to feel like they were helping."

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Nike sues the maker of Lil Nas X 'Satan Shoes' for trademark infringementIn a lawsuit filed Monday, Nike accuses MSCHF Product Studio, Inc. of trademark infringement over the designer's 666 pairs of modified Nike sneakers made in collaboration with the "Old Town Road" singer.

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Derek Chauvin trial to continue with MMA fighter who watched George Floyd's deathDonald Wynn Williams II began testifying Monday as the third witness in the trial. Relying on his own MMA experience, he said that Chauvin performed a "blood choke" on Floyd and adjusted his positioning several times to maintain pressure on Floyd's neck.

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PHMDC Reflects on How COVID Challenged DepartmentChallenging year sometimes meant limited PPE and concern over the potential of losing tests.

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Wisconsin residents 16 and older eligible for COVID-19 vaccines starting MondayGov. Tony Evers made the announcement Tuesday, expanding the state's vaccine rollout to everyone in the state about four weeks ahead of schedule.

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Tuesday Morning SprintTuesday's news headlines from News 3 Now.

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U-M to Wrap Regular Season With Ohio State, WisconsinThe Wolverines have a two-game slate to finish the regular season, first hosting Ohio State on Wednesday at 3 p.m.

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Wisconsin Update: 25,000 more start vaccine seriesIn its Tuesday update, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services said 25,000 more Wisconsin residents started their COVID-19 vaccine series in the last day.

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A Wisconsin Man's Life Lost to COVID-19 While On the JobA widow shares the loss of her husband to COVID-19 while working through the pandemic.

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Canada Pauses AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine for Under 55Canada's National Advisory Committee on Immunization is recommending a pause on AstraZeneca vaccinations for people under 55 for safety reasons.

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Can you buy alcohol to go in Wisconsin?With a set of rules in place, Wisconsin joins Illinois in allowing alcohol to be sold to go.

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Wisconsin center Joe Hedstrom enters the NCAA transfer portalFormer Wisconsin basketball center Joe Hedstrom entered the NCAA transfer portal earlier today, according to a Badger247 report.

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Bucky's 5th Podcast, ep. 241: Wisconsin Badgers football position battles to watch this SpringWhere are the key areas to watch as Spring practice gets underway?

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Northeast Wisconsin survey will measure the toll COVID-19 has taken on the region's womenOpen to women across the region through April 23, the survey aims to provide local data detailing how COVID-19 has impacted women and their families economically and socially, one year after the virus struck the region.

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Wisconsin COVID-19 cases, deaths, hospitalizations increase after lowsMADISON, Wis. – Three out of four senior adults in Wisconsin have started or finished their vaccinations against COVID-19 symptoms, based on the latest data from the state Department of Health Services, and in one week everyone from teens to seniors will be eligible for a shot - regardless of their health condition or where they work or live.

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Do What You CanWhen all world was stand still, Covid cases were rising, no medicine in sight. All business were closed.

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North Dakota State University equine therapy 'unlike anything I can provide in the clinic'North Dakota State University offers equine activities and assisted therapies in a program called Bison Strides.

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Photos: No time to poutAngler takes his talents to TikTok as he livestreams eelpout fishing at Wisconsin Point in Superior.

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Wisconsin Weather ForecastA strong cold front will bring much colder air to Wisconsin.

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In the 608: Local doctor honored for his work during pandemicMADISON, Wis.  Over the last year, our doctors here in the 608 have been at the forefront of an unprecedented time in medicine.

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Northern Wisconsin Appeals Court Candidate Attracts GOP DonorsAn appeals court race in northern Wisconsin has attracted partisan spending in a way experts say is a sign of the creeping political polarization of court elections.

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Still breezy, but turning cooler for a few daysView the latest weather conditions and extended forecast for Madison and southern Wisconsin, updated multiple times a day, every day.

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DHS: Increased vaccine supply expands to nearly 600 pharmacy locations in WisconsinThe Wisconsin Department of Health Services recently announced seven new pharmacy partners in the state that will begin receiving vaccines this week as part of the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program.

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German industrial union, employers reach pay agreementBERLIN — Germany's biggest industrial union and employers have reached a deal that will give workers a one-time "corona bonus" and envisions an extra annual payment starting next year.

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Syria says Assad, his wife have recovered from coronavirusBEIRUT — Syrian President Bashar Assad and his wife have recovered from COVID-19 and are returning to regular duties, three weeks after they tested positive for the coronavirus.

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Milwaukee faces Los Angeles, seeks to stop 3-game slideMilwaukee Bucks vs. Los Angeles Lakers. Los Angeles; Wednesday, 10 p.m. EDT BOTTOM LINE: Milwaukee aims to stop its three-game slide with a victory over Los Angeles.

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Towns, Timberwolves to host Barrett and the KnicksNew York Knicks vs. Minnesota Timberwolves. Minneapolis; Wednesday, 8 p.m. EDT BOTTOM LINE: RJ Barrett and the New York Knicks visit Karl-Anthony Towns and the Minnesota Timberwolves in non-conference action.

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Some medical experts unconvinced about holding Tokyo GamesTOKYO — The Tokyo Olympics open in less than four months and the torch relay has already begun to crisscross Japan.

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Sharks host the Wild after shootout winMinnesota Wild vs. San Jose Sharks. San Jose, California; Wednesday, 10:30 p.m. EDT BOTTOM LINE: The Minnesota Wild visit San Jose after the Sharks knocked off Minnesota 4-3 in a shootout.

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Asian shares mostly rise amid mixed market signsTOKYO — Asian shares have advanced as investors focus on causes for optimism, such as the reopening of the Suez Canal.

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Editorial Roundup: WisconsinHousing prices are rising far faster than incomes. A report earlier this month on winter home sales showed the median price for a home in Eau Claire County was up 11.7% compared to the prior year.

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From Weeks to Same Day: NeuGen and PatientPing Partnership Enables Faster Transitions of Care and COVID-19 Identification Rates for Wisconsin MembersPatientPing, the nation's leading care collaboration platform, and NeuGen, a Shared Services organization providing support for WEA Trust and...

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Wisconsin mother and son to appear in new dog grooming showDeb Compton and Jordan Jones are one of 10 teams participating in ABCs new show Pooch Perfect. The mother and son duo is from Fitchburg, Wisconsin.

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Probe underway, day after cargo ship freed in Suez CanalSUEZ, Egypt — Experts have boarded a colossal container ship that had been stuck sideways for nearly a week in the Suez Canal before it was dislodged.

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Trash scavengers who help keep cities clean plea for vaccineNEW DELHI — An estimated 20 million people around the world help keep cities clean by scavenging through landfills and dumps.

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China approves changes to Hong Kong election lawsBEIJING — China's top legislature has approved amendments to Hong Kong's constitution that will give Beijing more control over the make-up of the city's legislature.

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Big drop in temperaturesTemperatures have drastically dropped today with highs expected to only climb into the 30s and it will feel chilly when you add in a strong wind from the west at 15-25 mph.

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Clippers hit 19 3s, beat Bucks 129-105 for 6th win in a rowLOS ANGELES — Marcus Morris scored 25 points and three other starters had at least 20 points, helping the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Milwaukee Bucks 129-105 on Monday night for their sixth straight victory.

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Brazil leader names new top diplomat amid Cabinet shake-upRIO DE JANEIRO — Embattled Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has shaken up the Cabinet, including replacing the foreign minister who was widely criticized for an anti-globalism stance and accused by some of aggravating the pandemic by alienating vaccine suppliers.

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Kentucky lawmakers send bipartisan election bill to governorFRANKFORT, Ky. — Kentucky lawmakers have finished work on a bipartisan election measure to make early voting a fixture.

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Most Blugolds seniors staying for another football seasonUW-Eau Claire football head coach Wesley Beschorner said Monday most of his seniors have chosen to play again in 2021, utilizing the extra year of eligibility granted by the NCAA due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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One Good Thing: A Singapore skyline view for migrant workersSINGAPORE — Migrant workers are getting a birds eye view of Singapore, with the publics help.

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Trump's heir? Pence reemerges, lays groundwork for 2024 runWASHINGTON — Former President Donald Trump recently rattled off the names of those he viewed as future leaders of the Republican Party, including Sens.

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Stepping up Myanmar coup penalties, US suspends trade dealWASHINGTON — The United States on Monday has suspended a trade deal with Myanmar until a democratic government is restored in the Southeast Asian country after a Feb.

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Biden wants infrastructure package approved over summerWASHINGTON — President Joe Biden is set to unveil the first part of his sweeping infrastructure plan, aiming for passage over the summer.

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Biden, CDC director warn of virus rebound if nation lets upWASHINGTON — President Joe Biden and CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky are making impassioned pleas to Americans not to let their guard down in the fight against COVID-19.

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CDC study finds Pfizer, Moderna vaccines are 90% effective after two doses in real-world conditionsUnder real world conditions, the Pfizer and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines provide highly effective protection, according to a new report from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Georgia voting law leads to calls for some sports events to be moved or canceledGeorgia has a long history of attracting national sports events, but a controversial new voting law might have severe repercussions for that tradition.

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‘Conversations we need to be having': Panel discusses vaccine and the Black communityZapata joined three other doctors and health experts at an Overture forum panel Monday night focused on the COVID-19 vaccine and the Black community.

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2 charged in Juneau County death investigationCharges have been filed against the two suspects arrested in connection with a Juneau County death investigation.

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Ruth Ann ErdmanRuth Ann Erdman, 97, of Fort Atkinson, passed away on March 27, 2021, at Reena Senior Living in Fort Atkinson.

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Dolores DynesDolores C. "Blondie" Dynes age 76, passed away on Sunday, March 28, 2021 at Prairie Ridge Health in Columbus.

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Nickel: Wisconsin is home, Milwaukee is familiar and Marquette is already special to Shaka SmartNickel: Wisconsin is home, Milwaukee is familiar and Marquette is already special to Shaka Smart.

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Underly raises $1m in state superintendent raceMADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin schools superintendent candidate Jill Underly raised more than $1 million in February and March.

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Wisconsin Badgers women's basketball: Marisa Moseley introduced as new head coachMoseley is the eighth coach in Wisconsin women's hoops history.

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Managing the case backlog: How courts will return to normal after jury trials reopenA mounting backlog of cases in Dane County and others where jury trials remain suspended due to the pandemic will take a lot of patience and months of processing to return to normal, experts say.

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Vehicle rollover causes brief lane closures on US 151 near SpringdaleAuthorities responded to a vehicle rollover Monday evening on Highway 151 near Springdale.

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Baggot: Moseley's energy and drive ‘great match' for WisconsinNew women's basketball coach sees opportunity and support in Badgers.

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High winds lead to burning restrictions across much of WisconsinLA CROSSE, Wis.  Much of Wisconsin including all of our area in the state has a high fire danger.

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With 1 million people fully immunized for COVID-19, when will Wisconsin get to herd immunity?While Wisconsin has now seen more than one million people be fully vaccinated from COVID-19, local doctors say there's still a long way to go before we approach herd immunity.

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1 million Wisconsin residents have completed the COVID-19 vaccine seriesMore than 1 million Wisconsin residents have completed the the COVID-19 vaccine series, state data show.

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Wisconsin Farming Struggles Center of Subcommittee ConcernsSen. Tammy Baldwin says she's keeping Wisconsin farmers top of mind now that she holds the gavel over agriculture appropriations in the Senate.

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Despite eligibility, Wisconsin's rental assistance program leaves undocumented residents in the lurchA new investigation by Wisconsin Watch has revealed that Wisconsin's $322 million emergency rental assistance program may be inadvertently excluding undocumented residents.

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Witness describes how George Floyd's consciousness 'floated away' as testimony begins in Derek Chauvin trialThree witnesses were called Monday on the first day of testimony in the trial of Chauvin, who faces murder charges stemming from the death of Floyd.

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1 year into their largest mission, Wisconsin National Guardsmen discuss serving at homeWe're learning more about how the Wisconsin National Guard built a statewide COVID testing operation from the ground up.

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La Crosse's Bee Xiong one of two Hmong firefighters in WisconsinXiong shares his parent's journey to the U.S. and his call to service in La Crosse's community.

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Back home in Wisconsin, Shaka Smart eager to revitalize Marquette men's hoopsShaka Smart, while happy to return to his home state of Wisconsin, said that isn't necessarily the reason he decided to leave Texas for Marquette.

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Henry Vilas Children's Zoo reopens for first time in more than a yearThe Children's Zoo section and the Lake Wingra entrance reopened Monday for the first time since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Superior commission supports goose roundupThe goal is to remove the birds to give wild rice a chance to grow in the St. Louis River estuary.

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With 1 million people fully immunized for COVID-19, when will Wisconsin get to herd immunity?While Wisconsin has now seen more than one million people be fully vaccinated from COVID-19, local doctors say there's still a long way to go before we approach herd immunity.

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Shaka Smart talks family, philosophy during first press conference as Marquette's head basketball coachIt's official: Shaka Smart is leaving his Longhorns in Texas and returning home to lead the Golden Eagles.

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New Wisconsin women's basketball coach Marisa Moseley sees no reason the program can't start winning againWhy did Marisa Moseley accept the challenge of turning around UW women's hoops? "I don't think I've ever done anything that was super easy," she said.

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COVID-19: What you need to know about vaccinations in the NorthlandThe COVID-19 vaccination is being distributed in phases, based on criteria determined by individual states.

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Marquette Introduces Shaka Smart As New Men's Basketball CoachThe Madison native becomes Marquette's first Black head basketball coach.

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Wisconsin Farming Struggles Center of Subcommittee ConcernsSen. Tammy Baldwin says she's keeping Wisconsin farmers top of mind now that she holds the gavel over agriculture appropriations in the Senate.

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Celebrating Tony Wise, founder of the 'birkie'As part of its 175th anniversary, the Wisconsin Historical Society is celebrating Wisconsin visionaries, change makers and story tellers.

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Supply continues to hold vaccinators back as the state reaches another milestoneCOVID-19 vaccinations are happening faster than many first thought, but it still doesn't feel fast enough for some.

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Chauvin trial updates: MMA fighter turned witness testifies, technical difficulties mark the end of the dayThe prosecution Monday afternoon called its second witness, a worker at a gas station across the street from Cup Foods who recorded the incident May 25, 2020.

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Meet the Pet of the Week: BaileyLet's help Bailey find a forever home. He's an adult male terrier / pitbull mix.

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Loper Report: Best movies and TV shows to watch this weekThere's a new #1 at the box office this week, and a whole new slew of movies and TV shows have hit the streaming world.

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Strong gusts brought Eau Claire's first 70° high of 2021Eau Claire barely hit 70 before temps start to cool this evening, arriving about two weeks ahead of average.

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Laws to Ban Transgender Girls from Sports filed in 30 StatesLawmakers in North Carolina joined 30 other state legislatures in filing bills to ban transgender women and girls from women's sports teams.

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42 people test positive, 1 dead from COVID-19 in Northwestern WisconsinThey were reported as follows: 15 in Douglas County; seven in Bayfield County; five each in Sawyer and Washburn counties; four in Taylor County; two each in Ashland and Burnett counties; and one each in Iron and Rusk counties.

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MPD investigates attempted armed robbery after cab driver held at knifepointA Madison cab driver was nearly robbed after the end of a ride late Sunday night, officials said.

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Local woman to compete on American Ninja WarriorWhen Yari Azpeitia-Breunig started ninja training as a means of dealing with her postpartum depression, she never anticipated it would land her on the TV show, "American Ninja Warrior."

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Newport State Park's Newport Trail: Frosted FootpathNewport State Park is a gem in the Wisconsin State Park system. Its Wisconsins only wilderness park and an International Dark Sky Park  one of only forty-eight in the world.

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Wisconsin Auto Dealership Installs Microgrid-Based EV Charging UnitsBergstrom Automotive in Neenah, Wisconsin, has installed a clean-energy, microgrid-based EV charging units that can each generate at least 23 megawatt hours of solar energy annually, enough for the dealership to provide nearly 500 electric vehicle charges.

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Vaccine Tracker: 1m In Wisconsin Fully Vaccinated Against Covid-19The state of Wisconsin reached a major milestone Monday hitting the 1-million fully vaccinated mark.

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Gov. Evers Unveils Plan to Distribute American Rescue Plan Funds; Vetoes Republican Bill to Control Stimulus DisbursementGovernor Evers says around $600 million will go to help businesses.

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A former Badger OL was behind Wisconsin football hiring Gary BrownThe Wisconsin football hired former Dallas Cowboy running backs coach Gary Brown on Thursday, the hire made to replace the Badgers' longtime running backs coach John Settle who took a job at Kentucky a few weeks ago.

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Elite 8 matchup pits coaches succeeding in family businessThe matchup between Arkansas' Eric Musselman and Baylor's Scott Drew in the South Region final Monday night features coaches who've built on their dads' successes.

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Undocumented immigrants qualify for rent relief, but Wisconsin sends mixed signalsAt least eight of the 14 organizations administering the Wisconsin Emergency Rental Assistance program ask applicants to share their Social Security numbers through pre-screening forms, a Wisconsin Watch review has found.

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Houston, Oregon State bring defensive focus to Midwest finalINDIANAPOLIS — The formula has been simple all year for Houston under Kelvin Sampson: play with toughness, get after teams defensively and go to work on the glass.

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Wisconsin's 7-day positivity rate stays under 3% as 1.7M residents receive at least 1 dose of COVID vaccineThe positive percentage of new COVID-19 tests in Wisconsin remains below 3% as vaccination rates continue to climb.

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3 Wisconsin men appear in U.P. court on meth chargesThree Wisconsin men were arraigned on Monday in Menominee County, Michigan, following their recent arrests in a methamphetamine bust.

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What To Do With Your COVID-19 Vaccination CardKeep that vaccination card - you may need it.

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What studies show about pregnancy, COVID-19 vaccinesThe advisory committee found that one day after vaccination, local reactions in both study groups were similar.

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Petition to legalize recreational marijuana in Wisconsin receives more than 2K signaturesA petition to legalize recreational and medicinal marijuana in Wisconsin now has over 2,000 Senator Melissa Agard presented the petition to the Joint Finance C.

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Friday night lights shine bright during spring football in WisconsinGREEN BAY, Wis. — Dozens of Wisconsin high schools are playing football this spring after opting out of the fall season because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Three new deaths from COVID-19 in Wisconsin; 17.2% fully vaccinatedAs of Sunday, a total of 2,720,952 vaccines have been administered throughout Wisconsin. So far, 29.3 percent of Wisconsinites have gotten at least one dose of the vaccine, and 17.2 percent of the state has complete the vaccine series.

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Undocumented immigrants qualify for rent relief, but Wisconsin sends mixed signalsAt least eight of the 14 organizations administering the Wisconsin Emergency Rental Assistance program ask applicants to share their Social Security numbers through pre-screening forms, a Wisconsin Watch review has found.

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More Women Than Men Left Workforce During PandemicWomen leave the workforce by the millions in the pandemic. Why that's bad for everyone.

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US Eases Student Loan Relief for Those With DisabilitiesThe new policy announced Monday will impact around 40,000 Americans; the department will consider other changes to the reporting requirements in the future.

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Robert "Bob" J. SchwarzSchwarz, age 84, of Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin and Palm City, Florida, passed away peacefully at Cleveland Clinic Martin North Hospital in Stuart, Florida, on March 21, 2021, after a brief, courageous battle with lung cancer.

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Former officer knelt on George Floyd for 9 minutes and 29 secondsIn opening statements of Chauvin's criminal trial, prosecuting attorney Jerry Blackwell repeatedly emphasized the new 9:29 timing, telling jurors they were the "three most important numbers in this case."

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Two students died after a collegiate rowing crew capsized during practiceTwo students died after an Iowa State University crew club boat capsized with five students aboard during practice Sunday morning, according to the university.

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COVID-19 in Wisconsin: 3 new deaths; over 1M residents have completed vaccine seriesDHS said the state has been allocated 2,679,245 vaccine doses so far. Of those, 2,720,952 had been administered as of Monday, and 1,001,142 people had completed the two-shot vaccine series...

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Dane Co. extends emergency food program with Second Harvest Food Bank through July 2022Dane County leaders announced Monday that the county's emergency food partnership with Second Harvest Food Bank has been extended through July 2022.

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Nashville flash flood leaves four dead and dozens of homes and businesses destroyedSome of the heaviest rainfall in Nashville's history caused flooding that killed at least four people over the weekend.

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Wisconsin's 7-day positivity rate stays under 3% as 1.7M residents receive at least 1 dose of COVID vaccineThe positive percentage of new COVID-19 tests in Wisconsin remains below 3% as vaccination rates continue to climb.

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McConnell Encourages Republican Men to Get VaccinatedThe GOP leader's comments come weeks after former President Donald Trump encouraged his followers to get vaccinated.

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Biden Says 90% of Adults Will Be Eligible for Vaccine by April 19The president also issued a warning to Americans, urging them to refrain from letting up on restrictions as cases rise and more people are vaccinated.

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WATCH: Madison-area native Shaka Smart introduced as Marquette men's basketball coachSmart was introduced at a press conference at Marquette University Monday afternoon, citing his roots in the Madison area.

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Wisconsin Update: 1M+ are fully vaccinated in the stateIn its Monday update, the Wisconsin Department of Health said the number of Wisconsin residents who have finished their COVID-19 vaccine series has topped one million.

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Advocates push for ranked choice voting in Wisconsin congressional electionsToday's Midday podcast covers a Waukesha businessman who co-founded the non-partisan group Democracy Found and why he thinks ranked-choice voting in Wisconsin could help restore a "functional democracy."

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Wisconsin Badgers football: Paul Chryst speaks to media ahead of spring practiceSpring ball starts on Tuesday so the boss man spoke to the media on Monday.

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Wisconsin: 1 million fully vaccinated; daily cases below 300Wisconsin passed a milestone with over 1 million residents vaccinated against the disease caused by the coronavirus, as the state reported fewer than 300 new coronavirus cases for the first time in two weeks.

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Undocumented immigrants qualify for rent relief, but Wisconsin sends mixed signalsTony Evers’ $322 million emergency rental assistance program may be unintentionally discouraging non-U.S. citizens from applying — even though immigration status holds no bearing on eligibility for the federally financed.

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Analysis: In his continued sparring with Fauci, Sen. Rand Paul oversimplified the scienceRecently, Sen. Rand Paul and Dr. Anthony Fauci clashed at a Senate hearing when Paul, a Republican, argued against mask recommendations for people who have had COVID-19 or have been vaccinated against it.

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Biden says 90% of adults will be vaccine eligible in three weeksPresident Joe Biden announced on Monday afternoon that 90% of adults will be eligible to get a coronavirus vaccine within the next three weeks as well has have a vaccination site within five miles of where they live.

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Wisconsin reaches 1 million fully vaccinatedMore than 1 million people in Wisconsin have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as the state reported a slight drop in the number of new cases Monday.

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The Power of Food to UniteIt's through his food, Alex hopes to spread his message of love overcoming hate.

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Bipartisan Group of Governors Sign Letter Condemning Anti-Asian HateAll 23 Democratic governors signed onto the letter, plus the governor of the territory of Guam; Governors Charlie Baker of Massachusetts and Larry Hogan of Maryland were the only two Republican state leaders to sign the letter.

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Bracket busted? Start fresh and make your Elite Eight picks here.If that's the case, here's your chance to start over fresh - vote in our polls below and let us know who you think will move on to the Final Four.

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Selma JurgutisSelma Jurgutis, age 92, of Wisconsin Dells, WI passed away on Saturday, March 27, 2021.

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Biden to Unveil 1st of 2 Infrastructure Packages This WeekPresident Joe Biden will formally unveil the first of his two-part infrastructure plan during a visit to Pittsburgh this Wednesday, White House press secretary Jen Psaki confirmed Monday.

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Dianne Rachelle HemmersbachHemmersbach, age 57, of Plain, suddenly and unbelievably was called to eternal peace on Sunday, March 28, 2021 at St. Mary's Hospital in Madison, WI, due to a massive aortic tear that doctors valiantly tried to repair.

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Eileen C. PickettEileen C. Pickett passed into the arms of God and the angels on Sunday morning, March 29, 2021 at the Lafayette Manor under the loving care of their wonderful staff.

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Joan G. CreaseyJoan G. Creasey, 87, of Richland Center, died Friday, March 26, 2021 at Pine Valley Community Village.

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Voter's Guide to Referendums Ahead of Wisconsin's Spring ElectionWISCONSIN — Voters across Wisconsin will be asked to weigh in on various referendums on the April 6 general election ballots.

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Darlene LambertLasting friendships were made in grade school and within a close-knit high school class. College brought more friendships and “The 12.” Twelve girls, friends for over 50 years who still reunion together, sharing ups and downs, but always knowing you had 11 prayer warriors right by your side.

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The push to make virtual court appearances less "dehumanizing" for defendantsThe COVID-19 pandemic has shifted the way all things operate, including how people show up for their court appearances.

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Clarice Jeanette ChrislerClarice Jeanette Chrisler, age 103, of Madison, passed away on Wednesday, March 24, 2021, at Oak Park Place.

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Daniel "Dan" FaustMADISON – Daniel J. Faust, age 81, passed away on Friday, March 26, 2021 at Agrace HospiceCare in Fitchburg.

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Joseph W. EschDodgeville - Joseph William Esch, age 91, of Dodgeville, passed away peacefully with his family by his side on Thursday, March 25, 2021.

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'Coffee with a Cop' offers public the chance to chat with UW-Superior officerSgt. Joe Eickman, interim director of public safety at the University of Wisconsin-Superior, talks in front of his laptop computer while on a "Coffee with a Cop" Zoom call in his office at UWS on Thursday, March 25, 2021.

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Breaking Barriers For Teachers Of ColorWisconsin Policy Forum's most recent report on education examines barriers to diversifying the teacher workforce.

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Blanche T. McCallumBlanche T. McCallum, age 91, of Oregon, passed away on Thursday, March 25, 2021, at UW Hospital and Clinics.

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Douglas J. VirnigMonona - Douglas J. Virnig, age 66, of Monona, passed away on Saturday, March 20, 2021, at St. Mary's Hospital.

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Mr. Food: Strawberry-Lemonade CakeThe recipe for Strawberry-Lemonade Cake is available on mrfood.com.

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Janice J. MackJanice J. Mack, age 85, of Monona, passed away on Wednesday, March 24, 2021, at Meriter Hospital.

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James Howard "Jim" FriedlJim Friedl passed away peacefully at Agrace HospiceCare on Tuesday, March 23, 2021.

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'I can't trust them anymore': Residents of Fort Atkinson shocked that 2019 petroleum spill by Enbridge went unreported for over a yearA 2019 spill of a petroleum product went unreported for nearly a year in Fort Atkinson, near the Rock River.

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Wisconsin women's basketball: Marisa Moseley introduced as new head coachOn Monday afternoon, the Wisconsin Badgers new women’s head basketball coach, Marisa Moseley, spoke to the media for the first time.

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Browsing will be backMadison libraries have been closed for over a year. Plans are in the works for reopening for browsing as early as April 19.

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PHOTO GALLERY: Worm moon shines bright over WisconsinAccording to the The Old Farmer's Almanac, March's full moon is thought to be named after the worms that emerge from the warming spring soil.

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Evers vetoes Wisconsin legislative oversight of COVID fundsMADISON, Wis. — Gov. Tony Evers killed a bill Monday that would have given Republican legislators oversight of Wisconsin's share of billions of dollars in federal COVID-19 relief funds, instead announcing his own plan for distributing the money.

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Amid Rising Cases, CDC Director Pleads with Americans to Hang On: "Right Now, I'm Scared"The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention pleaded with Americans in a briefing Monday to hold on "a little while longer," saying she feels a sense of "impending doom" due to rising case numbers, increased travel and states opening up too quickly.

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Wisconsin's vaccine rollout has scored well. Experts say mass sites, clear messages can help next phase"Right from the get-go, we were able to work with all our health care institutions" to get state-certified vaccinators ready, Gov.

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Lucas: Future full of young Badgers on the riseGard and company eager to attack offseason of development and roster building.

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Gov. Evers vetoes bill that would have required legislative oversight over COVID relief fundsWisconsin Gov. Tony Evers is vetoing a bill passed by the legislature that would have given them more control over how federal COVID relief money is spent.

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Madison, Wisconsin: First City in U.S. to Allow Public Pot SmokingMadison, Wisconsin has legalized use and possession of marijuana. The new law also allows adult residents to smoke pot on public sidewalks, a first in the U.S.

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South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem and rapper Lil Nas X spar on Twitter over $1,018 'Satan Shoes'South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem called out rapper Lil Nas X via Twitter on Sunday, March 28, for his sale of the Nike shoes that had been modified to include a pentagram and a drop of blood, marketed as "Satan Shoes," framing them as part of the souls of children.

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DHS advises against unnecessary travel amid rise in cases, detection of COVID-19 variantsIf youre planning a family vacation this spring, deputy Health Services Secretary Julie Willems Van Dijk hopes youll wait awhile, as COVID-19 variants are spreading.

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Surgical consent altered at University of Wisconsin after case involving hysterectomyThe policy change in 2018 came after a patient's ovaries were not taken out as requested during a 2015 surgery.

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Breaking StillnessStill there’s a slice of ice encasing the marsh as glass; stiff, sharp becomes a screen protecting you from prey.

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Drake making run at 3rd national title"Last year, all year we had a super close-knit team," Badgers forward Delaney Drake said.

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2020-2021 Wisconsin Badgers basketball player reviews: Aleem FordA four year player, Aleem Ford brought the Badgers some big minutes.

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She took their money. She took their pictures. Then a Rochester photographer disappearedBrides and grooms have been commiserating with each other on a private Facebook page about Lexi Stangler, owner of an events photography business.

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Push Continues for Women in STEM CareersRaising awareness of opportunities for women in STEM careers is an ongoing effort.

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Yellow Journalism Turns BlueRon Johnson is under attack from a press that's abandoned honesty and fairness.

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Bill Kaplan: Baldwin stands-up for retireesThe column below reflects the views of the author, and these opinions are neither endorsed nor supported by WisOpinion.com.

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New Study: Pfizer, Moderna Vaccines 90% Effective in Real-World Conditions, 80% Effective After One DoseNew Study: Pfizer, Moderna Vaccines 90% Effective in Real-World Conditions, 80% Effective After One Dose.

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Another email undercuts Underly's email excusesMADISON — State superintendent candidate Jill Underly's use of her Pecatonica School District email account to help build her campaign was "standard practice," according to an Underly campaign spokeswoman.

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Madison kids can thank Scott Walker and Robin VosOne City is succeeding despite progressives Kaleem Caire is living the dream and more disadvantaged children, minority and low income, will get a chance at their share of the American dream, thanks to his refusal to allow woke Madison to choose teachers unions over kids.

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Wisconsin could open COVID-19 vaccine eligibility in coming weeksWisconsin could open its vaccine eligibility for everyone sooner than planned. Continuing Coverage: Coronavirus in Wisconsin The state announced Monday more than 1 million residents in the various eligibility groups are now fully vaccinated.

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Rep. Hintz Statement on 1 Million COVID Vaccinations in WisconsinAssembly Democratic Leader Gordon Hintz released the following statement in response to the news that more than 1 million Wisconsinites have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

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Over 1 million Wisconsin residents vaccinated as DHS signals opening COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to everyone 16 and older earlyAt a Milwaukee Press Club Q&A Monday, Julie Willems Van Dijk, the deputy secretary of the state Department of Health Services, signaled that vaccine eligibility would open up to everyone 16 and older sometime in April, earlier than originally planned.

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"Growing Up Ojibwe:" Wisconsin Student Designs Video Game on Native Tribe"Growing Up Ojibwe:" Wisconsin Student Designs Video Game to Teach About Native American Tribe.

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Evers Vetoes Wisconsin Legislative oversight of COVID fundsWisconsin Gov. Tony Evers has vetoed a bill that would have given Republican legislators oversight of federal COVID-19 relief funds.

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Nesting boxes make this duck hunter's favorite season right nowRoger Strand grew up as an avid duck hunter, but now it's April in place of October that is his favorite month of the year.

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Inclusive, Adaptive, and Fun Activities for All WisconsinitesWe are shining the spotlight on ways Wisconsinites can enjoy adaptive activities anywhere and learn that any activity can be adaptive and inclusive!

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