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Community housing project providing construction training, renovations and repairs

Milwaukee’s Amani Housing Project is providing construction training for local residents while renovating and repairing homes in the area. 

Exact Sciences developing support framework for blood-based cancer screening test

Through a partnership with Philadelphia-based Jefferson Health, Exact Sciences is creating a support framework for a blood-based cancer screening test in development. 

Farming and dairy groups applauding Evers for signing ag exports bill

Groups representing farmers and dairy producers in the state are applauding Gov. Tony Evers for signing into law a bill that aims...

Foxconn to receive $28.8M in state tax credits

Foxconn will receive $28.8 million in state tax credits for 2020, just shy of the maximum award the Taiwanese manufacturer could receive...

Health officials identify omicron variant in Wisconsin

Health officials have identified the first known case of the omicron variant of COVID-19 in Wisconsin. This strain of...

Manufacturers boosting wages, flexibility and adding HR positions to attract, retain talent

Manufacturers in Wisconsin are using various strategies to attract and retain talent such as increasing wages, offering more workplace flexibility and creating...

Milwaukee lagging comparable metros in VC investment, exports

The Wisconsin Policy Forum's Metro Milwaukee Innovation DataTool shows the state's largest city is lagging comparable metro areas in venture capital investment...

November home sales down slightly over the year

November home sales in Wisconsin were down 0.8 percent over the year, the latest report from the Wisconsin Realtors Association shows.

Paper Council-led coalition is finalist in U.S. EDA challenge

A coalition of industry, academic and government organizations led by the Wisconsin Paper Council is one of 60 finalists in the U.S....

Private sector employment up 5.3 percent over the year in Q2

Private sector employment in Wisconsin increased 5.3 percent over the 12-month period ending June 2021, according to the latest data released by...
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Representatives of Canadian, Mexican consulates in Midwest critical of electric vehicle tax credit proposal

Representatives of Mexican and Canadian consulates in the Midwest say electric vehicle tax credit provisions in the Build Back Better Act conflict...

Researcher developing paneling system for greater acoustic control

A UW-Madison researcher who's been nominated for the 2021 WARF Innovation Awards is developing a paneling system to reduce and control sounds...

State estimated to have lost 15 percent of its restaurants

Wisconsin has lost some 15 percent of its restaurants over the course of the pandemic, based on the latest figures gathered by...

State seeing roughly 20K COVID-19 vaccine doses wasted each week

At least 393,810 COVID-19 vaccine doses have been wasted in Wisconsin since the vaccines became available in December 2020, according to state...

Survey of Madison businesses highlights impact of labor shortages

A survey of Madison-area businesses shows labor shortages having a big impact on future growth. In the survey, nearly...
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Talking Trade with Katy Sinnott, vice president of global trade and investment for WEDC

In the latest episode of "Talking Trade," WEDC Vice President of Global Business Development Katy Sinnott highlights rising exports to some of...

WEDC exploring how to better support small rural manufacturers

WEDC Secretary and CEO Missy Hughes says the agency is exploring how to better support small rural manufacturers in Wisconsin.
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