Grace Voegeli-Smith is the mother of twin boys who were born prematurely eight months ago. She relies on a specialty baby formula to keep them fed, a formula that's been in low supply amid the nationwide shortage.
Public Health Madison & Dane County announced it will be awarding $1 million over the next two years to programs within the community that work to stop violence before it happens.
Supply demands and recent Similac recall make it harder to find baby formula to feed developing infants.
New data released Thursday indicate Dane County has had a higher COVID-19 case rate than the state of Wisconsin so far this year, but a lower death rate.
Students will continue to be required to wear masks in Madison school district buildings, according to the latest guidance from Madison Metropolitan School District officials.
COVID-19 is often contracted after exposure to people we know, such as co-workers, friends and family.
With the number of COVID-19 cases rising, so are sales of at-home COVID-19 tests.
The Madison School District will keep its current mask mandate for students, staff and visitors while inside school buildings in place until May, the district announced Friday.
COVID-19 deaths in Dane County appear to be decreasing Friday as cases remain low.
The BA.2 COVID-19 sub-variant, a descendant of the omicron variant, has been identified in Wisconsin, although research points to positive signs for potential patients.
Madison is slowly moving from online to in-person committee meetings after two years of nearly exclusive online sessions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Starting Tuesday, Public Health Madison and Dane County will let its monthslong coronavirus mask mandate expire.