The model predicts 424 deaths in Wisconsin by August. That’s a large downgrade from last week…
The Badger Project’s Grady Gibson interviews Madison voters at the polls, many wearing protective gear.
Liberals narrowly – and surprisingly – lost a state Supreme Court seat last year. That could make all the difference this year.
Already, Wisconsin lags behind the national average in broadband coverage. An estimated 43% of Wisconsin’s rural residents lack access to high-speed internet, compared to about 31% of rural residents nationwide, according to the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin.
An employee of the University of Wisconsin-Madison has a confirmed case of the coronavirus.
…they’re not paid with (much) public money
A largely-forgotten public figure today, Cornell is a reminder — particularly relevant in the current toxic, dysfunctional political climate — that principled service and congeniality have value.