The Journal Times looked at court documents of two lawsuits involving Foxconn, in different parts of the country, which accuse Foxconn of allegedly breaking a contract, failure to pay royalties and illegally receiving propriety information.
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The plan calls for public-private grants to businesses to install charging stations throughout the state, likely starting along Interstate 94.
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Now state toxicologists are buried in contaminants that need evaluation for standards that would protect drinking water.
A jury decided the city of Madison will pay a former landowner $153,000 for property the city acquired to build McPike Park on Madison's Isthmus.
Graduate students at the La Follette School of Public Affairs analyzed how factors such as administrative costs and consumers purchases would be affected by the legalization of medical marijuana.
The state's highest court in a split decision opted to take up the appeal of the case voluntarily, without a motion from any of the parties involved, a relatively rare move.
Members of the public can offer opinions on the $500 million high-voltage transmission line known as Cardinal-Hickory Creek during meetings June 25-27 in Madison, Dodgeville and Lancaster.
Lawmakers from Wisconsin are making another effort to open the Ice Age Trail — which passes through Sauk, Columbia, Juneau and Marquette counties — to federal funding.
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Assembly Speaker Robin Vos on Thursday slammed the governor as "naive" and said it is highly unlikely the board of the WEDC would approve a change to the contract.
Meyer Painting and Drywall had removed a load-bearing wall April 8 while working in the basement of Summit Hill Apartments, 1202 McKenna Blvd.
Rep. Melissa Sargent, D-Madison, said she has the momentum to move her marijuana legislation forward despite an almost certain road block in the Republican-controlled Legislature.
The withheld records mainly involve the case of a town of Bear Creek man found dead on property the county deemed a public health hazard and controversies over the hiring and firing of administrative officials.
In a win for Foxconn, a state planning agency has found that Foxconn-related construction and roads should not cause any increased flooding once they are in place. The current plans also reportedly comply with Mount Pleasant codes, with one small exception, according to an evaluation released last week.