Wisconsin Governor Activates National Guard After ViolenceWisconsin’s governor activated the National Guard on Wednesday to protect state properties after a night of violence that included the toppling of two statues outside the state Capitol and an attack on a state senator.
Wisconsin Gov. Evers Orders Juneteenth Flag Flown Over State CapitolThe Juneteenth flag celebrating the a day that commemorates the end of slavery in the U.S. will fly over the Wisconsin Capitol for the first time in state history, Gov. Tony Evers announced Wednesday.
Wisconsin Gov. Evers Defends His Decision To Deploy National GuardGov. Tony Evers on Thursday defended his decision to deploy the Wisconsin National Guard to help police in Madison and Milwaukee control protests over George Floyd's death.
Coronavirus In Wisconsin: Evers Allows Nearly All Retail Stores To Open With LimitsGov. Tony Evers on Monday allowed nearly all nonessential businesses to reopen as long as they serve no more than five customers at a time, partially lifting the restriction that has kept them closed for weeks to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus In Wisconsin: Gov. Evers, GOP Legislative Leaders To Discuss Next Steps In COVID-19 ResponseWisconsin Gov. Tony Evers was scheduled to meet with legislative leaders on Monday to discuss the next steps in Wisconsin's response to the coronavirus pandemic, in a rare gathering of top Republicans and Democrats as pressure builds to more rapidly reopen the state's economy.
COVID-19 Updates: Wisconsin Gov. Evers Reopens 34 State Parks Closed Since April 10Thirty-four Wisconsin state parks, forests and recreational areas closed for three weeks will be able to reopen on Friday as temperatures increase across the state and cases of coronavirus level off, Gov. Tony Evers announced Tuesday.
Coronavirus In Wisconsin: Gov. Evers Announces Some Nonessential Businesses To ReopenThe order allows nonessential businesses to do curbside drop-off of goods and animals. This will allow businesses like dog groomers, small engine repair shops, upholstery businesses and others to safely open.
Coronavirus In Wisconsin: Protesters Gathered Outside Capitol Calling To Reopen The StateA few thousand people flooded the Wisconsin State Capitol on Friday protesting the stay-at-home order Gov. Evers put in place.
Coronavirus In Wisconsin: 7 COVID-19 Cases Appear Related To In-Person VotingHealth officials in Wisconsin said they have identified at least seven people who appear to have contracted COVID-19 from participating in the April 7 election.
Coronavirus In Wisconsin: Wis. Gov. Tony Evers Extends Wisconsin Stay-At-Home Order Until May 26Schools will be closed the remainder of the academic year under the order.
Wisconsin Gov. Evers Deploys National Guard To Help At PollsDemocratic Gov. Tony Evers told a federal judge in a filing that he will use members of the Wisconsin Army National Guard to help as poll workers, but even that move likely won't fill all staffing needs.
Coronavirus In Wisconsin: Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers Issues 'Safer At Home' OrderThe "Safer At Home" order prohibits gatherings of any size and puts new restrictions on travel for the next month.
Coronavirus In Wisconsin: 3rd Confirmed COVID-19 Fatality In StateWisconsin health officials announced Friday that a third person has died from COVID-19 in the state.
Wis. Gov. Evers Signs Executive Order To Take On Student Loan Debt CrisisWisconsin Gov. Tony Evers signed an executive order Wednesday creating a student debt task force to find ways to help Wisconsinites swept up in student loans.
Wisconsin Governor Says He Would Mull Mandatory Gun BuybacksWisconsin Gov. Tony Evers said Thursday that he would consider requiring assault weapon owners to sell such guns back to the government, sparking an instant backlash from Republican legislators.