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First Alert Weather: Soggy and cool into Sunday

Overcast with periods of rain, perhaps an isolated thunderstorm this evening, tapering to off and on showers overnight. Lows in the mid to upper 30s. Rain and snow showers at times on Sunday, blustery.

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services says the state’s number of COVID-19 cases is now at 989.

After going into a 3-hour closed session to discuss current litigation being faced, the Wisconsin Election Commission special meeting to discuss the upcoming April 7 election focused on the safety of the voters and the poll workers.

Pastor Robin Wilde was approached by a few members to make masks for senior living centers, now they are hoping to fill 1,000 orders.

'Rash and dangerous': local doctor advises waiting to use Chloroquine against COVID-19

Health care workers in central Wisconsin reusing face masks over multiple shifts

Court processes continue during pandemic, some hearings put off

Proper posture is important while working at home

UWSP students finish moving out of residence halls early

Gov. Evers asks lawmakers to modify election statutes

Peregrine falcon couple welcomes first egg at Weston Power Plant

DHS: 842 positive COVID-19 cases, 13K test negative, 13 deaths reported

Trump raises idea of quarantines affecting NY, NJ and Conn.

Civil rights leader, MLK aide Joseph Lowery dies at 98

Former Sen. Tom Coburn, known as a political maverick, dies

U.S. hotspots grow as virus cases surpass 640,000 globally

Pentagon considers call-up to reservists

Google donates $800 million, provides ad grants as part of coronavirus response

NASA selects SpaceX to supply agency’s planned lunar space station

Highlights of Trump-signed $2.2T economic relief package

Clark County confirms 2nd and 3rd cases of COVID-19

Oneida County reports first case of COVID-19

2 more COVID-19 deaths reported at Grafton senior home

State announces changes to heating and electric assistance

United Way launches website to send health care workers virtual 'thank-you' cards

US government looks to continue feeding students

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