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SEVEN-DAY AVERAGE STAYS ELEVATED: 1,405 new COVID-19 cases were reported Monday in Wisconsin, but the seven-day rolling average for cases is 2,603.

Kim Barr, American Sign Language interpreter encourages everyone "to take that awareness to heart and seek out Deaf perspectives to better understand this inspiring community.”

The Grant County Sheriff's Office said Ronald Conley was cutting trees for firewood when a falling tree hit him, and he died at the scene due to his injuries.

INCREASE IN WHEEL TAX? Janesville's city council will decide whether to approve a recommendation to boost the cost of Janesville's wheel tax from $20 per vehicle, to $40.

BREAKING MMSD Board of Education passes the COVID-19 vaccine mandate for employees. More details to come.

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The Badgers football team faced a tough loss against Notre Dame Saturday but coach Paul Chryst said the problem doesn't rest solely with their struggling quarterback.

TRAIN DERAILMENT UPDATE: According to federal investigators, an Amtrak train that derailed in rural Montana over the weekend was going just under the speed limit at about 75 mph when it went off the track along a gradual curve.

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Bystanders return planters to the sidewalk after they were dumped earlier by protesters on State Street in Madison.

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Minocqua Brewing Company owner Kirk Bangstad called lawmakers who advocated for overturning the election, “traitors to our country.”

Michael Johnson spoke to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle today and said that Meghan has agreed to talk with girls in Wisconsin.

Former Packers head coach Mike Holmgren joined Green Bay's mayor for a virtual campaign event supporting Joe Biden. Meanwhile, Republican leaders are on a tour of the state to promote the president.

Sen. Baldwin says Wisconsin has yet to receive a single ventilator or PPE requested for essential workers.

15,000 people are expected to attend the president's event Thursday night in Mosinee. #WKOW 

George Floyd's brother, sister and several other family members had emotional reactions to the news that Derek Chauvin had been found guilty of their relative's murder.

BREAKING NOW: A judge has blocked Gov. Evers' order limiting the size of indoor gatherings after a lawsuit was filed Tuesday by the Tavern League of Wisconsin.

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