Rep. Mike Gallagher was the highest profile Republican said to be considering a run against Sen. Tammy Baldwin, who is seeking a third term after an 11-point win in 2018.
The move is in response to "national trends of increasing violence in health care settings,” SSM Health's regional director of security said.
The center, the company's fourth in Wisconsin, has medical imaging equipment from Fujifilm Healthcare Americas Corp.
The mother of the man's girlfriend said the dangerous drop off on the river, which is popular for tubing, should be marked with a warning sign.
The project aims to use CRISPR technology, which stands for "clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats," to develop therapies for two conditions.
“The burden of proof is no longer on the veteran,” VA Secretary Denis McDonough said.
Direct spending increased 15.7% statewide to $14.9 billion with Dane County up a whopping 28.7% to $1.4 billion.
Wisconsin should place more faith in its young, homegrown companies.
The Dodgeville-based clothier reported a loss of $1.7 million, or $0.05 per share, on revenue of $309.6 million in its fiscal first quarter ended April 28.
“While consumers remain selective in their discretionary spend, we are meeting their demands with much improved in-stock positions and higher sell-through rates than last year,” Duluth CEO Sam Sato said.
Generally, two visitors are allowed at a time, now that COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations have dropped.
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Waukesha doctor, already disciplined twice, has license suspended after patient dies from late-stage cancer
Dr. Victoria Mondloch, of Waukesha, was previously disciplined twice by the Wisconsin Medical Examining Board for problematic care involving obstetrics and gynecology.
Two area butcher shops have taken issue with Wisconsin DATCP issuing recalls for non-safety related reasons, and Sen. Howard Marklein called for change to department policies in April.
Monarch Health, which opened in September 2020, is closing Friday.
As the state Legislature works on the 2023-2025 budget, groups seek Medicaid care worker rate increases still in the budget after GOP leaders removed other items.
Much of the economy refuses to cooperate with recession predictions. The United States is still adding jobs, unemployment is lower than it has been in decades, inflation is beginning to subside, and failed banks appear to be victims of self-inflicted wounds versus other troubles.
Hundreds of CUNA Mutual Group workers represented by a union early Friday morning picketed as part of a strike.
A new report identifies two key factors: low birthweight and sudden unexpected infant deaths, for which officials are focusing their efforts.
Increases range from 2.5% at We Energies to as much as 18% for Alliant Energy, the Citizens Utility Board said — although Alliant disputed that interpretation.
In addition to improving pancreas transplants and developing an anti-rejection drug, Sollinger, 76, was an avid skier and bicyclist known for fearlessness.
Oscar Mayer said the change is reflective of a hot dog recipe it will be releasing this summer.
Early on the morning of Dec. 23, 2022, Dr. Majed Jandali performed his 3000th surgical procedure using robotic technology and the surgical equipment of the da Vinci robot.
TRIVIA: WANT TO PLAY ALONG?
From a young age, Betsabe Castillo knew she wanted to go to college.
Misuse of stimulants and the tranquilizer xylazine, often mixed with fentanyl, is increasing the challenge, a SAMSHA official said at a state opioids meeting in Wisconsin Dells.
Community paramedics are providing non-emergency care in at least six cities in Wisconsin, with eight others in the planning stages.
Kenosha Mayor John Antaramian sat down with the Kenosha News to talk about the major multi-year development plan that would fundamentally reshape Downtown Kenosha if approved.
The public can donate money online at go.madison.com/HelpCats.
The co-founder and president of New Glarus Brewing Company will be recognized next month at the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs' Conference.
Agencies have signed off on Humana's acquisition of a local nonprofit that runs part of the state's Family Care program through Medicaid. They're reviewing a similar merger by Molina.
The proposal, involving specialty drugs and Madison-based Navitus, goes before the Group Insurance Board May 17.
The building, at 5249 East Terrace Drive near American Parkway, was evacuated. Staff were allowed back in a short time later, but the clinic remained closed for patients Wednesday.