Brian Johnson Dolan Media Newswires The eyes of the world, it seems, are on a $1.4 million paving project in Shoreview, Minn. Construction groups, civil engineers and public works officials are touring the job site. Just the other day, a ...Read More »
Sean Ryan firstname.lastname@example.org The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is awash in property options for the new School of Freshwater Sciences, but a state legislator wants a commitment now. The offices and educational space for the new school should be built next ...Read More »
Richard Lardner AP Writer Washington (AP) — Terrorists are aiming for hotels and other easier-to-hit targets as security at military and government facilities improves, according to a global intelligence company. Al-Qaida is changing from a centralized organization with global goals ...
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David Twiddy AP Writer Kansas City, MO — Charter schools, already seeing a surge in students, are getting attention from another group — private investors. Entertainment Properties Inc., known mostly for sinking its money into movie theaters and wineries, recently ...Read More »
Jennifer Peltz AP Writer New York — The five skyscrapers were all supposed to rise by early next decade to replace the World Trade Center, with the city’s tallest towers set in a spiral evoking the Statue of Liberty’s torch. ...Read More »
EEOC: California company mistreated Wisconsin disabled man Milwaukee (AP) — The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a lawsuit against a manufacturer for allegedly discriminating against a disabled employee at its plant in Oconomowoc. The EEOC said Tuesday that ...Read More »
Paul Snyder email@example.com Barricades, fences and no-trespassing signs are posted, but people keep crossing the College Avenue Bridge in Appleton. “They’ve been doing it for a good month,” said Appleton Alderman Curt Konetzke. “You can go there at 6 a.m. ...Read More »