Brown County Sees Spike In COVID-19 Cases

Coronavirus graphic.
Coronavirus graphic.

GREEN BAY, WI (WSAU) -- Brown County officials are calling for additional help from outside resources after a spike in COVID-19 cases was linked to a specific location. The identity of the location was not given.

Health Department spokesman Ted Shove said that the cases are linked to a location "that was not accessible to the public." The department did not take questions from reporters.

There are 186 confirmed cases in Brown County 

Tom King

Tom grew up in Wausau listening to sports on WSAU and music on our sister stations WRIG and WIFC and decided early on that that was where he wanted to be. After graduating from Wausau East in the mid 70's Tom headed to UWSP. He worked at the college radio station WWSP and weekends on WIFC while earning a degree in Communication.

After college he worked a year at WKAU radio in the Fox Valley before returning to Wausau and moving into radio sales. He missed the on-air work and returned to the air when WOFM went on the air and when it was purchased by Midwest Communications was asked to take on the sports position on WSAU. He has spent the last 13 years as part of the WSAU morning team while also broadcasting Wausau East sports and contributing to the morning show on WIFC.

If you listen to the show you know that Tom is the coach of the Wausau American Legion Baseball team. He's married (Sandy) with two sons (Wade & Cory) and spends his spare time reading, listening to music, watching movies and tv shows and following most of the major sports.