Schools in Wisconsin have spent millions of dollars on hotspots to help students with poor internet service learn online as the coronavirus pandemic grinds on
Wisconsin’s rural students face a digital divide as some return to screens instead of school – Part 1 of 3
Got Lousy Internet, Wisconsinite? Here’s A Big Idea To Improve It.
If you want faster internet at your home sooner rather than later, you can get involved. Here’s how.
CARTOON: The Mask Mandate and the Republican Pushback
After Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers issued a mask mandate for all public indoor spaces last month, state Republicans questioned its constitutionality and hinted at legal or legislative action. But polling has shown a large majority of Wisconsin residents support the mandate, and Republicans have not yet moved against it.
Policing in Wisconsin: ‘Room for improvement,’ but could be a lot worse
State already has “bad cop” registry, requires independent investigations of police-related deaths; Criminal justice expert gives state a grade of B
Following national trend, City of Racine spends heavily on policing
Mayor announces police reforms, civilian task force in wake of Floyd death, protests
Following national trend, Wausau, Marathon County spend heavily on policing
Neither department uses chokehold, knee-to-neck tactics that have killed
How well-funded a Wisconsin kid’s public school is depends on which side of the tracks they live
Many say that’s unfair. Some are trying to change it.
PHOTO GALLERY: Images from the aftermath and the cleanup in downtown Madison on Sunday
PHOTO GALLERY: Images from the protest and riots in downtown Madison on Saturday night
Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin by County
An interactive graphic that illustrates the number of cases by county.