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WGTD February 23, 2019

Flood Advisory National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI 1134 AM CST Sat Feb 23 2019

1134 AM CST Sat Feb 23 2019

* Flood Advisory for Minor Flooding in Kenosha, Racine, Walworth counties and...

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wpr.org February 22, 2019

Evers Addresses Manufacturers 1 Day After GOP Budget Veto

(WPR)---A Foxconn Technology Group executive said the work the tech manufacturing giant is doing in Wisconsin has never been done anywhere else in the world.

Bill Mitchell, the chief...

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WGTD February 21, 2019

Wisconsin Policy Forum Analysis Shows State Is Outlier Among Others In Local Revenue Mix

(WPR)---Wisconsin leans on property taxes to fund its cities more than any other Midwest state, according to a report released Thursday by the Wisconsin...

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WGTD February 20, 2019

Edited for clarity 2-21 8:45a

Mt. Pleasant---The out-of-town developers who are proposing badly-needed apartments received a chilly reception from the Plan Commission Wednesday, calling into question whether workforce-styled housing is politically...

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wpr.org February 20, 2019

Chronic Pain Sufferers Caught In Difficult Place As 2016 CDC Guidelines Have Made Opioid Prescriptions More Difficult To Get

(WPR)---One day in the mid-1990s, Kate Nicholson was sitting at her desk working at the Wisconsin Department of Justice...

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wpr.org February 19, 2019

Governor's Budget Proposal Will Bring Scientists Back To DNR

(WPR)---Gov. Tony Evers says offering businesses incentives to create or maintain jobs in Wisconsin is something that should be re-examined.

Under former Gov. Scott Walker’s...

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WGTD February 18, 2019

Updated at 10:50p to reflect new information in Twin Lakes PD story

Racine---Saying the city should set an example, Mayor Cory Mason is vowing to pay all city employees at least $15 an hour within four years. The first step will come Wednesday night when...

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wpr.org February 18, 2019

Other Proposals Loosening Marijuana Restrictions To Be Included In Budget

(WPR)---Gov. Tony Evers will propose legalizing medical marijuana in his state budget address later this month, the governor announced Monday.

The push for medical...

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