Wisconsin Opinion Spotlight

POLL: Will You Be Watching The Horizon League?

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - The Horizon League announced its 2020-21 men’s and women’s basketball conference schedules on Wednesday. Both Green Bay teams will open at home, but without fans through at least December. The Phoenix women will begin on December 12 and 13, with Green Bay hosting Milwaukee. The men’s basketball league season will get underway a week later Saturday, December 19 and 20, when Green Bay hosts the Panthers as well before heading to Wright State the following weekend. The nonconference schedules for both the Green Bay men’s and women’s basketball teams are planning to be announced next week.
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POLL: Do You Think The Packers' Defensive Players Are Earning Their Paychecks?

GREEN BAY, Wis. – The Green Bay Packers’ defense is good at one thing, at least. According to, the Packers are spending $116.6 million on their defense this season. That’s the fourth-most expensive defense in the NFL. They paid through the teeth to add Za’Darius Smith, Preston Smith and Adrian Amos. They opened the vault to extend Kenny Clark. In the five drafts from 2015 through 2019, 13 of the 15 selections used in the first three rounds went to defensive players.
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POLL: Have You Already Voted?

MILWAUKEE — Voters planning to submit their absentee ballots via a drop box should not wait until the last minute on Election Day. Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. But the 15 new absentee ballot drop boxes in Milwaukee will be emptied for the final time at 7:30 p.m.

POLL: Will You Be Voting In Person This Year?

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - Despite a statewide mask mandate, voters without masks will not be turned away at the polls, Wisconsin election officials say. “The Executive Order issued by the Governor on July 30, 2020 that requires face coverings in certain situations does not apply to voters,” the Wisconsin Elections Commission explained on its website. Governor Evers’s mask mandate was extended until Nov. 21. “No voter should be refused a ballot for lack of wearing a face covering.”

POLL: Do You Think Wisconsin Is Doing Enough To Protect Its Residents From Covid-19?

MADISON, Wis. — Never has Carmen Lerma been happier to wake up in a hospital bed. The cords, the bruises, the pain are all signs. "It was like a relief, but it was more of a relief when they took the tubes out of my mouth and I was able to take that deep breath by myself," Lerma said on a virtual call Tuesday. "You know and that was also priceless."

POLL: Do You Think The Running Rebels Have Made A Positive Impact On Milwaukee?

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- An organization that helps young people across Milwaukee County celebrated a milestone anniversary Tuesday, Oct. 27. The Running Rebels marked their 40th anniversary with a virtual ceremony. The organization serves more than 2,500 young people annually through unique community-based mentoring, violence prevention, workforce development, art, athletics...

POLL: Do You Agree With Kyle Korver'S And The Bucks' Decision To Protest?

The general story of how the Milwaukee Bucks came to a decision to not play their playoff game against the Orlando Magic in late August following the shooting of Jacob Blake by police in Milwaukee has been known since it pretty much happened. But there were some previously unknown details about the emotional atmosphere of the locker room prior to the strike that guard Kyle Korver revealed in a recent interview.

POLL: Do You Agree With The Commission'S Decision?

MADISON, WI (METRO) – Wisconsin is stopping all utility disconnections til next year. The state’s Public Service Commission on Friday voted to stop utilities from turning-off water, gas, or electricity until April15th. Companies in the state have been banned from ending service since the spring because of the coronavirus. This...

POLL: Do You Think Students Will Have To Adapt To A Remote Learning Experience Indefinitely?

MADISON, Wis. — Hundreds of Wisconsin students came together virtually on Saturday to get out the youth vote as a part of WISPIRG’s Phone-a-thon for Vote Early Day. The event was part of a national effort by the student-run group to encourage their peers to vote. The group’s mission is to increase civic engagement on college campuses and among youth all over the country.

POLL: Do You Think More People Will Become Sick During The Vaccine Trials?

MADISON, WI (MetroSource-WSAU) — Pharmaceutical company Astra-Zeneca resumes COVID-19 vaccine trials which include those at UW. The company suspended testing of its version of a COVID-19 vaccine back in September due to a trial participant in the UK falling ill. Since then a worldwide review by health officials has shown the test vaccine was not responsible for the participant’s illness allowing the trials to resume.