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Majority of aid to compensate farmers for trade conflict losses flows to relatively few

Wisconsinites have so far received $235.9 million out of the over $10 billion in Market Facilitation Program Funding sent nationally by the...

Hughes touting administration’s work to ensure Foxconn project success

WEDC Secretary and CEO Missy Hughes is touting the Evers administration's work to ensure the Foxconn project will be successful for taxpayers. 

Wisconsin again ranked 23rd in United Health Foundation report

Wisconsin has again been ranked 23rd among U.S. states by the United Health Foundation as the state continues to struggle with excessive...

Study suggests more aggressive treatments, monitoring for fungal infections in certain populations

A new study from Marshfield Clinic suggests people with certain racial and ethnic backgrounds require more aggressive treatments and monitoring for fungal...

State’s aging population impacting health care workforce

Patients in Wisconsin are spending more time in hospitals after more than a decade of declining hospital stays, according to Ann Zenk,...

Milwaukee rivers falling short on phosphorus standards, report shows

Waterways in the Milwaukee River basin continue to fall short on phosphorus standards, according to a recent report from a volunteer water...

HATCH competition narrows field to eight finalists

A regional startup pitch competition in northeast Wisconsin has narrowed the field to the final eight entrepreneurs, who will compete for more...

WEDC hammering out final details on MolsonCoors incentive package

WEDC is hammering out the final details of a new incentive package that MolsonCoors says will bring "hundreds" of jobs to Milwaukee...

Winnow Fund director wants more diverse representation in VC field

Richelle Martin, managing director for the Winnow Fund, wants to see more diverse representation in the venture capital field.

New behavioral health center to meet rising demand for services in Milwaukee

A new behavioral health center planned for the south side of Milwaukee aims to address rising demand for mental health services among...

Task force on prescription drug prices holds first meeting

As prescription drug prices continue to rise in Wisconsin, a task force created earlier this year will explore strategies to stem the...

State walleye populations facing mounting pressures

The most popular target for Wisconsin anglers, the walleye, is facing mounting pressures from overfishing, climate change and dwindling habitats. 

Startups in gener8tor Accelerator Studio to pitch next month

The graduating cohort of entrepreneurs from gener8tor’s Accelerator Studio program have created startups based on consumer products, software and connected systems. 

Legislature passes bills related to startup funding, oversight

The state Legislature has passed several bills championed by the Wisconsin Technology Council that would change state laws surrounding startup funding and...

LAB audit highlights areas of improvement for Fast Forward program

Nearly a third of the “program successes” who participated in workplace training programs supported by Wisconsin Fast Forward grants didn’t get a...
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