So how much of this federal money is being given to Wisconsin farmers? 25 years of subsidy data from the Environmental Working Group, or EWG, shows from 2005 to 2020, Texas has received the most USDA taxpayer funded farming subsidies with almost $40B. Iowa comes in at number 2 with more than $35.5B. Wisconsin ranks 16th highest in the nation receiving $10.1B in the same time frame.
A traveling softball team says kids got violently ill after swimming at the Holiday Inn Express in Janesville. Preliminary health department test results the water has bacteria in it and is likely the cause of the outbreak.
It’s been one year since a law passed in Wisconsin that strengthens rights for victims of a crime. But one Sauk County mom says so far, it’s done nothing to help her daughter through the court process.
“[I wanted] to show my officers, hey I’m doing this with you, if you choose to, if you choose not to, that’s your choice,” La Broscian said. “We have roughly 89% of our sworn officers that are vaccinated.”
The now 16-year-old suspect accused of murdering a 17-year-old Verona High School student appeared in court Wednesday, where a judge denied a bond reduction request. Myjee T. Sanders is being charged as an adult with intentional 1st degree homicide, in the August 2019 murder of Shay Watson.
Nurse practitioners are questioning their own education at some colleges. There’s no national standard on how to educate nurse practitioners, while medical education for doctors was standardized more than 100 years ago.
The court filed charges on Oct. 15, but the activity took place between July of 2019 and Feb. of 2020 in Potosi, Wis. All of them have been charged with illegally hunting deer and some smaller animals.
Since homecoming was cancelled, Supt. Runez explained that DeForest’s Assistant Principal, Matt Bauer, wanted to hold a gathering for his son and some friends with masks and physical distancing at their rural Sauk County home.
NBC15 dug through the numbers reported on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website so far this campaign cycle. Since July, candidate spending on Madison TV totals about $3.4 million dollars through Oct. 5. Biden’s spending accounts for a little more than 76 percent of that.