Authorities say a crane operator was killed at a metal business in Milwaukee when he was crushed by a 5,000-pound piece of metal.
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The amount of pent-up work that construction companies have under contract “fell back to earth” in the second quarter of the year, the Associated Builders and Contractors reported on Wednesday. The ABC, a national group that mostly represents nonunion contractors, ...
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A federal judge in Washington, D.C., will accept arguments over the next month on whether the developer of the Dakota Access pipeline must stage equipment near an American Indian reservation in southern North Dakota to respond to any oil that might be spilled where the pipe will run under the Missouri River.
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University of Wisconsin System schools conducted about $5.4 million in questionable transactions with their private foundations between 2010 and 2017, according to a system report released Wednesday. The transactions weren't apparently illegal but they didn't always follow best practices, the report found.
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Lawmakers on Wednesday heard public testimony on a bill that would let dredgers dispose of fill material in certain types of wetlands without first obtaining a permit. And some of the support, at least, is coming from a surprising source – ...Read More »