What You Need To Know About Vaccine Cards
Friday, April 16, 2021, 2:25pm
Vaccine cards are nothing new, but some people may be unfamiliar with what to do with them after receiving their COVID-19 vaccinations. A microbiologist and two state Department of Health Services spokespeople help answer common questions about these cards.
WHYsconsin: What's With Wisconsin's Artist Environments?
Wednesday, March 24, 2021, 4:45pm
We answer and audience question about why there's such a high concentration of outdoor artist-built "environments" in Wisconsin, and learn about a new arts center dedicated to preserving and showcasing this type of 'outside' -- but not necessarily 'outsider' art. This segment was inspired by an...
State COVID-19 Vaccine Registry To Start March 1
Thursday, February 18, 2021, 12:25pm
Wisconsin plans to start testing software for a vaccine registry next week with a phased rollout beginning March 1. The registry will allow people to sign up for COVID-19 shots if they're eligible or get on a waiting list if they aren’t in a priority group.
A Look At What Is Being Done To Expand Broadband Access In Wisconsin
Thursday, January 21, 2021, 5:55am
How is broadband internet access being expanded around the state? Jaron McCallum, state broadband director for the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin, and Theron Rutyna, IT director for the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians and a member of the governor's task force on broadband access, answer.
Coronavirus Vaccines: What We Know So Far
Wednesday, December 9, 2020, 3:05pm
The news of effective vaccines against the coronavirus has been a bright spot in a global pandemic that has killed more than 2.8 million people worldwide and hundreds of thousands in the United States. In Wisconsin, more than 6,600 people have died from COVID-19 so far.
Inmates' Loved Ones Fear They're Being Left In The Dark As COVID-19 Spreads Behind Bars
Wednesday, November 25, 2020, 5:35am
More than one third of Wisconsin prisoners have now tested positive for coronavirus and at least 11 inmates have died during the pandemic. Last week, the Wisconsin Department of Corrections reported more than 800 cases on Nov. 16 after mass testing results. As the virus spreads, family members and loved ones of those behind bars feel they're being left in the dark.