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Hand sanitizer station
COVID-19 may no longer be a major concern on the UW-River Falls campus, but hand sanitizer stations like this one are a reminder that the virus is still around. (Photo by Michelle Stangler)

Health officials keep watch on COVID, other illnesses

December 12, 2022


The coronavirus pandemic of 2019-2022 has led to about 96.6 million people across the U.S. being infected and more than 1 million deaths. Student journalists of the Falcon News Service have reported about the pandemic on campus.

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Falcon News Service stories are reported by students enrolled in journalism courses at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Stories may be used by other media provided credit is given to the author and to Falcon News Service.


Transit and transportation

Our first Reporting guide examines transit and transportation in western Wisconsin. Find information on topics such as the location of airports around the state, crash statistics, traffic counts, and the safety of railroad crossings.

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