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Barb Carey has been ice fishing her whole life and is devoted to getting other women out on the ice.
Breakfast enthusiasts understand the importance of a quality maple syrup. But the real stuff often isn't in the big bottles that line grocery store shelves.
Ahead of the 2018 fall general election, Wisconsin Elections Commission administrator Meagan Wolfe discussed election security and what voters need to know heading to the polls.
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Is a big-box store like Costco the best or worst place to get stuck in a natural disaster?
Questions surround the types of jobs Foxconn requires: What levels of educational attainment or skills are needed? What are typical wages for these types of occupations? Are these jobs susceptible to replacement through automation or computerization?
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For Dan Cornelius, food has always been an important influence in his life.
The Wisconsin Legislature has used last-minute maneuvers to anonymously move major budget and policy changes into law while minimizing opportunity for public input. Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism managing editor Dee Hall explains how these processes work.
Wisconsinites generally expect mosquitoes to be "bad" from late spring through the summer, but for the pesky sanguivores to fade away as autumn approaches. However, September 2018 definitely bucked the trend.
Since 2010, when voters swept Republicans into power, Wisconsin legislators have increasingly used such secretive maneuvers to keep the public in the dark about major spending and policy changes, interviews and records show.
Fall and winter's plunging temperatures inspire spending more time indoors, but that warmth can also be an invitation to some unwelcome guests.