“This is unacceptable,” Conway said during a Citizen Action of WI event Wednesday. “People need help. The pandemic has created unprecedented public health and economic challenges and we need every level of government to take action.”
Janesville Police arrested a 29-year-old Iowa man Wednesday after he brandished a firearm at another motorist, crashed into several other vehicles and caused a police pursuit that concluded at a BP gas station.
Smart911 allows individuals and families to provide information to 911 call takers during an emergency. Anyone can create a safety profile for their household that includes any information they want 911 call takers and first-responders to know in the event of an emergency.
An unknown number of unemployed people in Wisconsin received too much, or not enough, in benefits from the state Department of Workforce in late April as it worked to process additional money in federal aid to help those suddenly out of work due to the coronavirus pandemic, an audit released Wednesday found.
The number of new, confirmed coronavirus cases reported in Wisconsin slipped by more than a hundred in the latest Dept. of Health Services daily report, however the 821 new positive tests means the state is experiencing historically high levels.
Amid recent shootings, the Allied Dunn’s Marsh Neighborhood Association is working to curb violence in the community.According to a July 11 Madison Police Report, officers were dispatched to the 2300 block of Allied Drive around 12:15 a.m. Officers found shell casings and bullet damage to buildings, according to the report.
After an 8-0 vote, parents will have the choice to register students for in person, virtual or hybrid. High school students will have a three-week window at the beginning of each semester to decide on the mode of instruction they will stick with for that semester.
With the start if classes about six weeks out, Evers says he anticipates that K-12 schools will reopen in September, despite the recent spike in cases. He largely discounted a Republican proposal to tap federal money to pay state unemployment claims as a "political stunt."