Steven Elbow joined The Capital Times in 1999 and has covered law enforcement in addition to city, county and state government. He has also worked for the Portage Daily Register and has written for the Isthmus weekly newspaper in Madison.
Health officials hope the vaccine will be back in use in "a matter of days" after investigators assess the situation.
A variant from California has become a key factor in the increase in cases.
Forty residents at low-income Bayview Townhouses in Madison's Greenbush neighborhood received shots on Wednesday.
FEMA support will boost the number of weekly doses at Alliant from 5,600 to 7,700.
An Indiana University survey shows that more than a quarter of parents plan to have their kids skip the vaccine.
A key factor in moving up the date for universal eligibility is the increasing availability of the one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
For years we’ll be unpacking how profoundly COVID-19 shaped our lives, exposing inequities, deepening political divides, punctuating the most significant civil rights movement in decades and inflicting trauma on our psyches.
The state is gearing up for increasing vaccine supplies.
About 6,000 on campus have been vaccinated so far.
Gov. Tony Evers says the state is ready to provide federal relief dollars to families, small businesses.