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Public comments welcome on state's Unemployment Insurance program

The Department of Workforce Development is encouraging the public to submit comments about Wisconsin’s Unemployment Insurance program during an open comment period.

September 2018
Should voters put Democrats back in control of Congress?

Should voters put Democrats back in control of Congress?

I have to admit, I’m in the middle of the road on this one: I’m stuck somewhere between “yes” and “hell yes.” So what the heck, let’s go all in.

September 2018

Jail to offer inmates tablet computers

The Dane County Sheriff’s Department has contracted with Telmate, to provide tablet computers to inmates in the Dane County Jail.

August 2018

IRS owes state $89 million in lawsuit

The State of Wisconsin will receive $89 million from the Internal Revenue Service as part of a legal settlement.

August 2018

Judge Doyle Square developer drops lawsuit against city

Chicago-based Beitler Real Estate Services has dropped its lawsuit against the city of Madison pertaining to the Judge Doyle Square project in downtown Madison without prejudice.

August 2018

Sun Prairie retailers sue for tax refunds

Claiming they were over-assessed, three big box retailers — Target Corp., Walmart, and Woodman’s — are seeking a refund on their taxes.

August 2018

Former AnchorBank exec sues for legal fees

Former AnchorBank Vice President David Weimert is suing Old National Bank, which merged with AnchorBank in 2016, charging that he is owed more than $550,000 to cover legal fees and lost wages.

August 2018

No charges yet in injured newborn case

Six months after suspending a nurse suspected of injuring five newborns while in the neonatal intensive care unit at Meriter Hospital, criminal charges have yet to be filed and the Madison Police have turned the case over to the District Attorney Ismael Ozanne’s office.

August 2018

UPDATE: UnityPoint Health class-action suit includes latest breach

In its second data breach this year, UnityPoint Health, parent of UnityPoint Health - Meriter in Madison is facing another class-action lawsuit related to compromising patient data.

August 2018

Lawsuit: UW System accused of age discrimination

The University of Wisconsin System is being charged with age discrimination in the case of 53-year-old Bambi Butzlaff Voss.

August 2018
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