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The Kenosha County Board on Tuesday night rejected a resolution opposing We Energies' plans to build three new coal-fired plants in Oak Creek, saying it should be up to Milwaukee and Racine counties where the facilities will be built.

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It might seem strange in this era of electronic bidding, but there was a time when road builders traveled from across the state to Madison for the industry's monthly bid letting.

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It's academic

A flurry of construction work in the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus area greets students as they return this week to start fall classes.

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There will be two ways to measure the success of the University of Wisconsin football team's first home game this weekend.<@SM>The first is obvious: The Badgers want to beat the University of Akron before the home crowd and improve the team's season mark

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Report: Tax collections less than projected

Madison - Wisconsin tax collections narrowly missed projections for the year that ended June 30, delaying the possibility of further cuts in state spending and services a month after the governor signed a bill to fix a $3.2 billion shortfall, officials sa

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WTC cleanup story told

Washington, DC -- The critical role played by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and its partners in ensuring the safety and health of workers at the World Trade Center site and the lessons learned in the process are chronicled a new public

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