The Census Bureau is still searching for thousands of temporary part-time workers in Minnesota to knock on doors this spring. Wages range from $16 in some rural counties to $22 in the Twin Cities area.
The Department of Homeland Security is warning of Iran's ability to carry out cyberattacks. We live in a connected world, and a cyberattack on an individual can lead to a hacker gaining access to critical infrastructure. Lake Superior College Center for Cybersecurity director Vickie Mclain offers tips on cyber vigilance.
Do you have a question about COVID-19? Local health officials have put together hotlines that the community can call with questions related to the new coronavirus and learn more about available resources.
Gov. Tony Evers on Friday ordered the temporary suspension of all evictions and foreclosures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Evictions can proceed if not doing so will put a person in immediate threat of physical harm.
Gov. Tony Evers has decided to close the state Capitol building in Madison. The building will remain closed indefinitely, although DOA officials said they would reopen it if the state Legislature or the state Supreme Court decides to convene.
Travel is still allowed for anglers wanting to fish during Saturday's trout opener on the Brule River in Wisconsin. However, the DNR is encouraging anglers to fish waterbodies as close to home as possible and in their community.