As local officials move to slow the spread of the coronavirus, schools and other local institutions cancel events and plan for a disrupted spring.

Evers' announcement came hours after the Madison Metropolitan School District had moved its spring break up a week and added two days to the beginning of it. Madison students will be in school through March 17.

It's been three weeks since we spoke with Malia Jones about how to slow the spread of COVID-19. Now, by popular demand, she's back to talk about what's changed since then and what could and should come next.  

The Wisconsin Assembly on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a bill to help the state’s government, industries and health care workers better respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The sweeping 97-2 bipartisan vote follows weeks of negotiations between the Legislature and Governor’s office and was conducted in a historic virtual session via Skype. Representatives were allowed to attend in person or virtually.