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This is the in-development Roku channel of Wis.Community. The Roku app is being developed, and we hope that it will go live and appear in the channel store for Roku by late April. 

Wisconsin physician assistants want to ‘step up’ to fight coronavirus. State regulations may be getting in the way.

Gov. Evers

The COVID-19 pandemic began reshuffling Dianna Malkowski’s life last week. That was when Ascension Medical Group Jackson Street in Oshkosh, where she works as a physician assistant, asked her to start rescheduling patient appointments. 

Number of Positive COVID-19 Cases in Wisconsin Reaches 585

Today's report from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services shows 585 positive coronavirus cases in Wisconsin and six reported deaths. This is an increase of 128 cases since yesterday, and one more death. 10089 negative tests have been conducted.

Green Bay Files Federal Lawsuit to Cancel In-person Voting on April 7

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The City of Green Bay has filed a lawsuit in federal court to force the state to cancel in-person voting on April 7 and instead allow clerks to mail ballots to all registered voters.  The city also asks the judge to give local clerks extra time to count all returned ballots, up to June 2. The lawsuit charges the Wisconsin Elections Commission and the governor with refusing to postpone the election or change the method of voting.

Eau Claire Starts Drive-Through Voting

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According to a Facebook posting today from Eau Claire CIty Council Member Andrew Werthmann, the city of Eau Claire has started drive-through early voting. The voting space is in the parking lot of City Hall at 203 Farwell St. in Eau Claire. 

457 Active COVID-19 cases in state

Today's COVID-19 statistics release today states there are 457 confirmed cases in Wisconsin and still the same five deaths reported yesterday. There were 8237 negative tests.

Newsmakers: COVID-19 Update with LWM Executive Director Jerry Deschane

This is an interesting discussion with the director of the League of Wisconsin Municipalities about the problems of doing the upcoming April 7 election and requests to the Governor to address the problems.

State Parks are Free for the Interim

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MADISON, Wis. - Fees are now waived for all Wisconsin State Parks and Trails that continue to remain open to the public. Parks, law enforcement and property staff will also continue to provide routine sweeps of state park system properties.

Governor Evers Releases Details of Safer At Home Plan

Governor Evers

This morning Governor Evers released the details of the new Safer At Home restrictions on Wisconsin Citizens. The new plan takes effect at 8 AM tomorrow, March 25, 2020 and remains in effect until April 24, or until there is a superseding order. 

3/23/2020 DHS COVID-19 Media Briefing

Tony Evers

The Department of Health Services held a press conference today, including Governor Tony Evers discussing the new restrictions that will be announced tomorrow, and other orders he has made in the past week.

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