Loading
Search
NEWS STORIES

WIAA suspends spring sports after Gov. Evers' executive orderSubmitted: 03/15/2020
WIAA suspends spring sports after Gov. Evers' executive order
Andrew Goldstein
Andrew Goldstein
Sports Anchor/Reporter
agoldstein@wjfw.com

-
The WIAA is ordering the suspension of all spring sports activities, including but not limited to practices, games and team events, until Monday, April 6.

Coaches are allowed to organize workouts virtually, but may not assemble their teams for practice.

The measure is designed to combat the spread of coronavirus.




Text Size: + Increase | Decrease -
| Print Story | Email Story
Sponsored in part by HodagSports.com





 IN OTHER NEWS

- Only about half of Americans say they would get a COVID-19 vaccine if the scientists working furiously to create one succeed, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.

+ Read More

MADISON - There will be no change in the number of elk that hunters can kill in Wisconsin this year, after the state Department of Natural Resources Board on Wednesday voted to keep the limit at 10.

+ Read More

MADISON - Gov. Tony Evers has announced a $200 million "Routes to Recovery: Local Government Aid Grants" program to help local leaders.

+ Read More

MINNEAPOLIS - Protests continue in Minneapolis Wednesday night following the death of a man, killed in police custody.

Police say George Floyd was being arrested for a suspected "forgery in progress". Video of the incident shows an officer with his knee to Floyd's neck for several minutes. He later died.

+ Read More

SHAWANO COUNTY - A vehicle crash claimed the life of one person in Shawano County on Tuesday.

According to the press release, around six on Tuesday evening, the Shawano County Sheriff's office responded to a call in Wittenberg at County Trunk Q near Cardinal Lane.

A preliminary investigation found that  the 48-year-old male driver crossed over into oncoming traffic, hitting another vehicle head on.

The 83-year-old driver was in stable condition, but the 82-year-old died at the hospital.

Alcohol does not seem to be factor and the crash remains under investigation.

+ Read More

TAYLOR COUNTY - The Taylor County Public Health Department confirmed Wednesday that a second person has tested positive for COVID-19.

+ Read More

MADISON - The Wisconsin Elections Commission voted Wednesday to mail absentee ballot applications to most voters in the battleground state ahead of November's presidential election.

The vote came just a week after the panel split 3-3 along partisan lines on whether to mail the forms to nearly all registered voters, even if they hadn't requested one. Democrats favored the broad mailing, while Republicans were opposed.

+ Read More
+ More General News
Search: