Laminated photos of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Eric Garner, Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin and Botham Jean were found hanging from nooses in Milwaukee's Riverside Park.
Skeptics use misrepresented data to show that both states could safely reopen. After both states did, their COVID-19 cases increased.
Images of the man from Conover wearing full KKK gown and waving at traffic went viral over the weekend.
The state began reopening in mid-May after the Wisconsin Supreme Court threw out an extension of Governor Tony Evers' stay-at-home order.
The Shorewood Police Department on Sunday said the woman, identified as attorney Stephanie Rapkin, was taken into custody on Saturday evening.
The Bay View resident has been trying to get in touch with IRS, but has yet to find out why his check is far less than average.
The results underscore significant differences in how political affiliations affect people's individual attitudes towards COVID-19.
The flag was destroyed by thunderstorms and winds that hit parts of Wisconsin on Tuesday night.
A suspect with a gun who was in the crowd was taken into police custody, the Milwaukee Police Department said.
President Donald Trump on Monday said he's "leading in all swing states," but polls across the U.S. paint a different picture.
Democratic Governor Tony Evers requested the National Guard Saturday to help Milwaukee law enforcement officers respond to protests in the wake of George Floyd's police-involved death.
At least seven workers at bars and restaurants in Kenosha County have tested positive for the virus this week.
The state also reported a record number of test results on Wednesday, conducting over 10,000 tests in a day for the first time.
Recent polling in Michigan, Wisconsin, Florida, Arizona and Pennsylvania show Biden in the lead. But many voters remain undecided.
A Wisconsin woman warned that hydroxychloroquine "is not going to prevent anything" weeks after contracting the virus despite being on the drug for 19 years.
The 528 additional COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin more than triples the state's new cases reported on Monday and doubles the 198 new cases added on Tuesday.
Though Wisconsin health officials estimated the number of COVID-19 cases linked to the state's primary election last month to be fewer than 100, a new study suggests that number is actually much higher.
Former Vice President Joe Biden holds a single-digit lead over President Donald Trump among the swing state voters of Wisconsin, according to a new poll, with the coronavirus pandemic having negatively affected opinions of Trump.
The graduates are reportedly seeking an expansion of Wisconsin's diploma privilege policy, which allows those who have received degrees from in-state schools to practice law without taking the bar examination.
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said Sunday he has not seen any spikes in new coronavirus cases in states that recently reopened "non-essential" businesses.
"We do need to move to keep as much of our economy open as possible, open it up safely and responsibly," Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson cautioned.
Annie's Campground owner Ann Retzlaff said she does not want people wearing face masks in the buildings around her establishment in order to dissuade potential robbers.
The nurse was among the many patrons at the packed bar in a suburb of Milwaukee who were seen without a face mask.
The state's Supreme Court ruled against stay-at-home restrictions which had closed non-essential businesses.
Governor Tony Evers stated in his press conference that things will get "very confusing very fast," as local officials can implement their own orders.
The court issued its ruling Wednesday that extending the state's lockdown to May 26 was, in part, "unlawful, invalid and unenforceable."
Justices in the state ruled 4-3 to end the stay-at-home measures, saying state administration overstepped its authority.
While the Supreme Court has lifted the statewide stay-at-home order, local authorities can keep theirs in place.
The emergency order has been branded "unlawful, invalid, and unenforceable" after a challenge was taken to Wisconsin's Supreme Court.
Tony Evers said Wisconsin had been thrown into "chaos" by four judges as coronavirus lockdown restrictions no longer applied in the state.