Sen. Marco Rubio tweeted that some in the media “can’t contain their glee and delight” that the U.S. had surpassed China in the number of coronavirus cases. ABC's Jonathan Karl says Rubio's tweet was outrageous and hurtful.
Organizers of Milwaukee's Summerfest have postponed the event for the first time in its 52-year history. The music festival was scheduled for late June and early July but will instead be held in September.
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.
Coronavirus concerns have taken a toll on the stock market and for the first time in more than a decade, the stock market is in "bear market" territory. Barry Bigelow with Great Waters Financial discuss what this means for your money. Full story on GMN page at WDIO.com.