Judge halts wolf hunt

Dane County Circuit Judge Jacob Frost has issued a temporary injunction halting the state’s fall wolf hunt.

Wildlife conservationists ask court to stop wolf hunt

Lawyers for the Animal Wellness Action, the Center for a Humane Economy, Friends of the Wisconsin Wolf and Wildlife, Project Coyote, and Wisconsin resident Pat Clark have filed new motions with the Dane County Circuit Court in an ongoing challenge to Wisconsin’s wolf management.

White-collar jobs are increasingly being automated

Professionals with college degrees and specialized training once felt relatively safe from automation. But recent research indicates that white-collar jobs are increasingly being taken over by machines — maybe not by robots directly, but certainly facing pressures from artificial intelligence (AI) and machine-learning solutions.

Evers announces $50 million more in farm aid

Through a new round of the Wisconsin Farm Support Program, Gov. Tony Evers will provide an additional $50 million in direct payments to support Wisconsin’s agricultural producers.

Side hustle success

Let’s be honest. How many times have you stared out the window dreaming about another passion or talent you have, wondering if you could make it work?

Local companies receive dairy business innovation grants

The Dairy Business Innovation Alliance (DBIA), a partnership between the Center for Dairy Research at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association, have announced 26 companies and cooperatives to receive grants totaling $1.19 million, two of which are local to Dane County.

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