The owner of the largest paper mill in central Wisconsin has taken a "pause" on plans to sell the mill, leaving nearly 900 laid-off workers in limbo.
The state Department of Health Services will pay nursing homes in Wisconsin $2,900 for every hospital inpatient they accept in an effort to free up hospital beds across the state, the department confirmed to Wisconsin Public Radio.
As Wisconsin break records for new COVID-19 cases, deaths and hospitalizations, some tribal nations are deciding to temporarily close casinos or keep them closed to prevent further spread of the coronavirus.
The jobless rate improved in all of Wisconsin's 72 counties in September, but some areas of the state still have a ways to go before reaching their pre-pandemic levels, according to the latest data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released Wednesday by the state Department of Workfor…
Wisconsin’s rural hospitals are faring better than in most states. But a significant number — roughly one-third — remain underwater financially.
Barron County has cut $25,000 in support for a domestic violence victims advocacy organization for supporting the Black Lives Matter movement and calling for an end to racism and police violence.