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87-year-old man receives high school diploma

More than 200 Ellet High School students received their diplomas Friday night at Akron Civic Theatre. Among them was an 87-year-old man getting an honorary diploma, 60 years after he left school for the military.  

UW Hospital and Clinics named to great places to work list

Organizations evaluated on benefits, culture, development opportunities

University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics was named to the 2014 list of 150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare list released by Becker's Healthcare, according to a release.

Pocan: Loss of unemployment benefits is attack on poor

Congressman, group of House Dems. urge speaker to schedule emergency vote

Democratic Congressman Mark Pocan wants his colleagues in Congress to extend unemployment benefits, and calls the lack of benefits an attack on the poor.

Scope of hunger in Dane County is getting worse

Vincent Washington took his place in line outside of the Bread of Life Food Pantry. It's certainly not his first time at St. Paul's. He and his wife used to volunteer there, until the temp jobs ran out, along with the food in his kitchen.

Judge dismisses claims by 259 Neenah teachers

Lawsuits dismissed because district can't be target of class-action suit, judge says

A Winnebago County judge dismissed a class-action lawsuit this week in which more than 250 Neenah teachers sought to recover more than $61 million in post-retirement benefits.

Judge dismisses claims by 259 Neenah teachers

Lawsuits dismissed because district can't be target of class-action suit, judge says

A Winnebago County judge dismissed a class-action lawsuit this week in which more than 250 Neenah teachers sought to recover more than $61 million in post-retirement benefits.

Judge dismisses claims by 259 Neenah teachers

Lawsuits dismissed because district can't be target of class-action suit, judge says

A Winnebago County judge dismissed a class-action lawsuit this week in which more than 250 Neenah teachers sought to recover more than $61 million in post-retirement benefits.

Judge dismisses claims by 259 Neenah teachers

Lawsuits dismissed because district can't be target of class-action suit, judge says

A Winnebago County judge dismissed a class-action lawsuit this week in which more than 250 Neenah teachers sought to recover more than $61 million in post-retirement benefits.

Assembly passes unemployment benefit changes

Bill would increase unemployment payout, install limits on who can collect benefits

The state Assembly has passed a bill that would increase the maximum weekly unemployment insurance payout but also install new limits on who can collect the benefits.

Clamping down on double dipping before committee

Proposal would disallow anyone re-hired from collecting retirement benefits

A proposal clamping down on government workers who are collecting retirement benefits but then get rehired for their old jobs is before the Legislature's budget committee.

Doubling of work searches for unemployed approved

Wis. would have tougher job search requirements

Unemployed people in Wisconsin would have to double their searches for work from two to four a week or lose their benefits under a proposal approved by the Legislature's budget committee.