In addition to regular disinfecting and sanitizing, and reminders scattered throughout the restaurants, a new part of the Lowlands Group plan includes a cleaning log.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Service reported more 58,000 positive cases of the coronavirus in the state, including 990 deaths.
The City of Milwaukee has cracked down on an illegal rooming house on the city's south side. It's residents, unaware of building violations, were evicted -- some of whom had nowhere to go.
With the Democratic National Convention to be held almost entirely virtually, some have wondered -- should Milwaukee get a raincheck for 2024?
The Muskego Area of Chamber of Commerce is moving forward with an event that typically draws thousands. During the pandemic, one business owner worries it is not the right decision.
The Packers announced Thursday that no fans will be allowed for the first two home games fo 2020.
A Union Grove veterans home has seen a spike in COVID-19 cases among residents and staff, prompting changes at the facility.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services reported more than 800 new cases of the coronavirus on Aug. 6.
Milwaukee County officials provide the latest COVID-19 updates and information.
State funding will help purchase COVID-19 276,000 tests, 246,000 of which will be allocated to campuses and 30,000 of which will be held in reserve by UW System for peaks or shortfalls.
The Racine Common Council will vote on whether to extend the city's mask mandate, business restrictions and emergency declaration until New Year's Eve.
Twelve residents and three staffers at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at Union Grove have tested positive for COVID-19.
Noah's Ark Waterpark has been closed for the season, citing COVID-19 concerns.
Multiple positive cases of COVID-19 have been linked to large gatherings, including graduation parties, in Mequon/Thiensville, health officials announced Wednesday.
The number of COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin rose by 884 on Wednesday, with nine new deaths and more than 9,000 active cases remaining.
Marquette University will open the fall semester with hybrid learning and limited on-campus living, part of its COVID-19 response.
Members of the Wisconsin National Guard will again serve as poll workers during Wisconsin's primary election Aug. 11.
The Wauwatosa Common Council voted 12-2 in favor of a city mask mandate that would take effect if the state's mandate were to be rescinded.
Waukesha County continues to see spikes in COVID-19 cases and is fielding questions about the statewide mask mandate.
A CDC report shows "no clear increase in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, or deaths" after the April election that made national headlines due to long lines in Milwaukee. City leaders say there won't be a repeat on Election Day, Aug. 11.