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Propeller study links ozone to increased asthma inhaler use

A new study conducted in partnership with Madison-based Propeller Health has shown that the pollutant ozone is connected to increased usage of...

Keynote speech at health policy forum to highlight equity agenda

Mia Keeys, director of health equity policy and advocacy with the American Medical Association, is promising a fun and interactive keynote for...

Labor secretary says addressing opioid crisis would improve workforce

U.S. Secretary of Labor Eugene Scalia says addressing the opioid crisis could also improve labor shortages in Wisconsin. Scalia...

SHINE’s future includes European production plant, CEO says

The future of SHINE Medical Technologies includes a production plant in Europe and a new therapeutic branch, according to the company’s founder...

GOP lawmakers introduce telehealth dentistry bill

GOP lawmakers have introduced legislation to regulate dentists' use of telehealth technology. A provision to extend proposed telehealth dentistry...

Concerns over local control sink livestock siting bill

The demise of legislation to overhaul siting rules for large livestock operations came down to a matter of using an "or" rather...

Recently approved projects paving the way for future solar development

Four solar farms recently approved by the Public Service Commission are expected to contribute up to 2 percent of Wisconsin’s electricity usage....

Milwaukee companies gearing up for DNC this summer

Downtown Milwaukee businesses are bringing on extra staff and investing in upgrades in preparation for this summer’s Democratic National Convention. 

Fiveable dropping paywall for test prep materials

A Milwaukee-based AP test prep and social learning company called Fiveable is making its online content free to students for the first...

State of the Tribes highlights opioid epidemic

Forest County Potawatomi Chairman Ned Daniels is praising legislators for their efforts to address the opioid epidemic. But Daniels...

Miller Park has $2.5 billion economic impact, study shows

A new study shows the Milwaukee Brewers and Miller Park have had a $2.5 billion economic impact in Wisconsin over the past...

Dianomi Therapeutics expanding drug delivery system

Dianomi Therapeutics is expanding the use of its patented drug delivery system to include gene therapies. This comes after...

DNC 2020 expected to create delays, business opportunities in Milwaukee

Peggy Williams-Smith, president and CEO of Visit Milwaukee, is urging business leaders to prepare for constant commotion during the upcoming Democratic National...

GOP lawmakers circulating plan review backlog legislation

Republican lawmakers have begun circulating legislation aimed at reducing the plan review backlog at the Department of Safety and Professional Services. 
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