Wisconsin residents who see their property lose value following government action may soon have better chances of getting compensation.Read More »
Milwaukee Area Technical College is one of 67 college and universities across the country set to participate in a revival of a federal Pell Grant program for prisoners.Read More »
A Texas judge has placed a temporary injunction on an Obama Administration rule that, starting next month, would have required contractors and other employers to disclose the identities of outside consultants who might have been hired to help disrupt union organizing and other labor-related activities.Read More »
By Todd Richmond Associated Press MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin state employees will face a new world when they show up for work July 1. An overhaul of the state’s 111-year-old civil service system takes effect take that day. It ...Read More »
A federal judge cited the defendant's "sheer greed" and damage to his family on Wednesday as she ordered an eight-year prison sentence for a Kentucky accountant who spent most of six years as a fugitive in an $8.7 million embezzlement case roaming the Appalachian Trail.
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