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The Brewers roster includes 23 pitchers, four catchers, 12 infielders and six outfielders while leaving 15 spots open in the 60-man player pool for president of baseball operations David Stearns to fill through signings, trades or other acquisitions along the way.
Thousands of Wisconsin patients could get up to $7,000 and a year of credit monitoring and identity protection in a settlement of a class-action lawsuit against UnityPoint Health over data breaches.
The alleged attack has drawn nationwide attention as a possible hate crime.
A recent surge in COVID-19 activity in Wisconsin and Dane County, especially among young adults, could undermine efforts to control the outbreak this summer before flu season further complicates the situation in the fall, health officials said Monday.
Conference athletic directors have added a July 21 meeting so they, hopefully, can receive additional guidelines from the state Department of Public Instruction, local school districts, public health officials and the WIAA prior to addressing fall sports competitions amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The City Council will introduce its own resolution to end the contract July 14, and could vote as soon as July 21. School Board president Gloria Reyes said the termination was a board decision and does not require the city to do so, though board members appreciate the city's support.
The department's stance bars health insurers from banning or limiting health care coverage for transgender people if it's offered to others.
“The Truth” is Japanese writer-director Hirokazu Kore-eda’s first movie set outside of Japan, using a heavyweight cast of French and American actors. But the heartbeat remains the same, as Kore-eda empathetically observes these characters and their complex relationships with each other.
Circuit Judge Peter Anderson is retiring after 11 years on the bench.
Madison Teachers Inc. strongly opposed the changes and had been organizing members to speak during the public comment portion of Monday's virtual meeting.