Madison Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway, along with other Midwestern mayors, expressed support Thursday for the creation of an expanded passenger rail program through Amtrak that would pass right through Wisconsin.
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said a third dose of Pfizer COVID vaccine will likely be needed 6-12 months after a person is fully vaccinated. Bourla made the remarks to CNBC’s Bertha Coobs on “CVS Health Live.”
A new deal will save the $70 million in federal dollars the state stood to lose following the Wisconsin Supreme Court decision that struck down the Gov. Tony Evers’ emergency order that included the mask mandate.
The deputy Department of Health Services secretary, Julie Willems Van Dijk told reporters Tuesday that she is not aware that the rare, but serious reaction to the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) COVID-19 vaccine has occurred in Wisconsin.
Anyone with interest in wolves in Wisconsin is encouraged to share their thoughts and opinions. Starting Thursday, and running through May 15th, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is seeking public input as it begins efforts to establish a 10-year wolf management plan.
A 28-year-old standout Middleton High School volleyball player and daughter of University of Wisconsin- Madison football legend Al Toon and his wife Jane was killed Sunday in an alleged murder suicide at a home in Scottsdale, Arizona, according to reports.
Legislation is circulating in the State Legislature aimed at protecting people who don’t want the vaccine. The State Assembly has passed a bill that would stop businesses from requiring employees to get vaccinated.
The Adams County Health Department has canceled two vaccine clinics scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday after the CDC and FDA recommended the immediate halt of the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
The state Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments in a pair of far-reaching environmental lawsuits that could define the state Department of Natural Resources’ ability to regulate factory farms and high-capacity wells as well as how far state agencies can go when interpreting state law.
Gov. Tony Evers is ordering workers to remove all concrete slabs around the entrances and exits of the University of Wisconsin System headquarters building after a slab somehow broke off and plunged to the sidewalk below over the weekend.