The Wisconsin Department of Justice is putting a warning out ahead of election day that voter intimidation or interference in the election is not only not tolerated, but illegal. The attorney general expects it to take longer than usual to count ballots and is urging people to be patient.
The company posted to the Facebook pages of both music festivals Monday afternoon, saying the Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing is expected to happen within several weeks, and the process will move on from there.
Action 2 News spoke with Eva Velasquez, the President and CEO of the national non-profit Identity Theft Resource Center, who says your child’s personal information, especially their social security number, is just as valuable - maybe even more so than yours.
The internal investigation of the now-former Stevens Point Police Chief Martin Skibba reveals a pattern of conduct and low confidence in his leadership by staff. It also notes staff feared retaliation if they reported these concerns.
The district announced the meeting on Facebook Saturday morning after a message was sent to families and staff members late Friday afternoon regarding an advisory that would be sent by the city’s health department about in-person classes.
The FBI is investigating whether emails that were published by the New York Post related to Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, are connected to a possible Russian influence operation to spread disinformation, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Wisconsin gives health officials the power to issue orders to address the spread of communicable diseases. But at a local level, many counties in the state don’t have the ability to enforce those orders.