The U.S. Chamber of Commerce released its report on the state of American business and what needs to be done to make sure business owners can get back on their feet following a rough last year amid the pandemic.
While many people have delayed their health screenings due to the pandemic, doctors are urging everyone to prioritize and schedule their routine medical exams, including cervical cancer screenings for women.
Department of Workforce Development Secretary-designee Amy Pechacek announced Friday that DWD started issuing Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation payments made available through the Continued Assistance for Unemployed Workers Act, or CAUWA.
The Community Development Citizens Advisory Committee approved a request of $150,000 from Community Partners Thursday, Jan. 14 to help pay for their new proposed campus just blocks away from downtown Wausau.
A Republican-backed push to fast-track redistricting lawsuits in the Wisconsin Supreme Court met with skepticism during a Thursday hearing, with the court’s conservative chief justice questioning why the proposal was necessary and how the thinly staffed court could be expected to draw maps.
Assembly Republicans grilled health officials with Democratic Gov. Tony Evers’ administration Thursday about the slow pace of COVID-19 vaccinations in Wisconsin, saying the process is a cumbersome mess.
A Black man who was shot in the back by a white police officer in Wisconsin, triggering several nights of violent protests over the summer and leaving him partially paralyzed, said in an interview broadcast Thursday that he was prepared to surrender just before the officer opened fire.
In the wake of the gruesome death of a 5-day-old girl in Albany, many in the community are left wondering where to go from here. Pastor Tom Moe at Albany United Methodist Church says the infant deserves to be remembered as more than by her fate, saying real change could come from this tragedy.
Another semester of college amid the COVID-19 pandemic will start soon for many students in Northcentral Wisconsin. Virtual Internships, graduate programs and alternative career plans are things college students at UW Stevens Point are considering.