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Some workers may have held off filing claims to avoid having to pay back unemployment benefits if Congress approves back pay, while others are forced to work without pay.
Gov.-elect Tony Evers has chosen an Obama administration alumna to head the state Department of Health Services, he announced Thursday in Madison as he unveiled five new additions to his administration.
A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker would make the state's youth apprenticeship program available to seventh- and eight-grade students under a plan he described Tuesday, the first day of school for most students throughout the state.
The under-performing P.F. Chang's China Bistro in Middleton has closed with two years left on its lease.
At the Middleton facility, 112 employees will be laid off and 36 will be laid off in Green Bay on Aug. 31
Gov. Scott Walker won't call special elections for the seats, meaning they'll be left vacant for more than a year and filled after the November 2018 election.
Former Sen. Spencer Coggs also said he was unable to testify during the hearing that led to the settlement but does not specify why.
Dane County, along with Green, Iowa and Lafayette counties, led the state's low unemployment rates with a 2.3 percent rate.
Lawmakers are considering legislation to ease access to training grants and to incentivize employers to pay for college.