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According to German tennis official Dirk Hordorff, Wimbledon will not take place this year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

The downtown convention center plans to double its space with the expansion. But its financing could be delayed by pandemic-related economic turmoil.

The deal with health care groups is contingent on adequate supplies for COVID-19 testing.

Impala has withdrawn its notice to nominate two candidates to Harley's board of directors at the 2020 shareholders meeting.

Justin Grimm's bid to make the Brewers' roster was interrupted, but he was able to go home to Tennessee and see his baby boy for the first time.

Wisconsin voters must be registered to request absentee ballots; the deadline for that is later this week.

CBS News is mourning Maria Mercader, a longtime journalist with the network who died in a New York hospital after battling coronavirus. She was 54.

The Gaffigans chow down on Johnsonville brats on Milwaukee Pretzel buns during an episode of the comedian's YouTube series.

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Adam Lambert talks latest album, working with Queen before Milwaukee show

The appeal also argues that Morgan Geyser, who was barely 12 when she was arrested, couldn't really understand what rights she gave up when she agreed to speak alone with a detective.

Democratic Gov. Tony Evers called again for more gun restrictions hours before the shooting at Molson Coors and a top GOP lawmaker again rejected the idea.

The lawsuit comes after Oshkosh Corp. learned it cold lose $101 million in defense funds diverted to building a wall at the Mexican border.

In a possible danger sign for President Trump, economic confidence in Wisconsin is at a seven-year low, based on Marquette Law School polling.

Brewers' broadcaster Bob Uecker survives venomous spider bite, continues to cheat death

Hank Aaron on whether he would visit White House: 'There's nobody there I want to see'

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The former Oregon State standout was throwing 99 mph in his first outing Monday. If he stays healthy, he could debut in the big leagues this season.

Residents of the Bay View neighborhood organized a social distance dinosaur parade with several inflatable dinosaurs as a break from coronavirus.

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