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MADISON, Wis. — The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin has cracked 1,700 while 31 people have died, the state Department of Health Services reported Thursday. There have also b…

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — One quarter of Wisconsin’s confirmed COVID-19 patients are hospitalized, based on new data reported by the state Department of Health Services for the first time Wednesday.

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NEW YORK — Wall Street rallied Thursday for its first gain in three days after a sudden surge in oil prices revived beaten-down energy stocks. But, as has so often been the case in this year's market sell-off, it took a few U-turns to get there.

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MADISON, Wis. — A federal judge on Thursday declined to postpone Wisconsin's presidential primary as the coronavirus spreads, but he ordered that people be given an extra six days beyond Tuesday's election for absentee voting.U.S. District Judge William Conley's order essentially extends the…

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NEW YORK — Wall Street rallied Thursday for its first gain in three days after a sudden surge in oil prices revived beaten-down energy stocks. But, as has so often been the case in this year's market sell-off, it took a few U-turns to get there.

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MADISON, Wis. — The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin has cracked 1,700 while 31 people have died, the state Department of Health Services reported Thursday. There have also been 461 people hospitalized to date, 21% of all confirmed cases.

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WEST BEND, Wis. — Many dairy processing plants across Wisconsin have more product than they can handle and that's forced farmers to begin dumping their milk down the drain.That's the case at Golden E Dairy near West Bend. Farmer Ryan Elbe told WISN-TV they are dumping about about 30,000 gall…

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WAUKESHA — While businesses across Wisconsin have been changing their practices since the coronavirus pandemic began, one floral shop in Waukesha is following suit and still offering delivery options.

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