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Black Arts Matter Festival goes virtual

Thursday night marks the start of the second annual Black Arts Matter Festival at the Wisconsin Union Theater. However, this year it's going virtual. Founder and artistic director of the festival Shasparay Irvin chats with Mark and Susan about the festival's origins and mission.

Consumer Reports: Things you should never clean with vinegar

Even before the coronavirus spawned shortages of bleach and other cleaning supplies, people were touting vinegar as a go-to, all-purpose cleaner. Now, Consumer Reports warns that it may be doing more harm than good when it comes to cleaning certain surfaces in your home.

Navigating Election Day in the midst of a pandemic

While the election takes center stage on Tuesday, it's important to remember we are still in the midst of a global pandemic. UW Health's Chief Quality Officer Jeff Pothof joins Live at Four to talk about important steps voters should take on Election Day.

What to expect tonight as results come in

While this year's election will be unlike any other, not knowing who won on election night is not a new thing. Philip Chen, a political science professor at Beloit College, joins Live at Four to break down what you should expect as election results begin to flow in later tonight.

Protecting the integrity of election results

A statewide nonpartisan organization has been working all year to protect the integrity of this year's election. Program Director for Opportunity Wisconsin Meghan Roh joins Live at Four to talk about how the work the organization has done to make sure every vote counts.

Fighting COVID-19 with plasma

Dr. William Hartman, who runs the COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma Program and the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine trial at UW Health, joins Live at Four to talk about why students who have recently recovered from COVID-19 are being encouraged to donate blood and plasma.