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Wisconsin is a state located in the Great Lakes region of the United States of America. The capital of the state is Madison, and the largest city is Milwaukee. Wisconsin's economy was originally based on farming (especially dairy), mining, and lumbering. In the 20th century, tourism became important, and many people living on former farms commuted to jobs elsewhere. Large-scale industrialization began in the late 19th century in the southeast of the state, with the city of Milwaukee as its major center. In recent decades, service industries, especially medicine and education, have become dominant. Wisconsin's landscape, largely shaped by the Wisconsin glaciation of the last Ice Age, makes the state popular for both tourism and many forms of outdoor recreation.

 

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The Milwaukee Bucks owners and executives remain on board with Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walkers proposal for state funding of a new arena in downtown Milwaukee despite recent estimates the plan could cost...

 

Roundy's notified employees Wednesday that its Racine Pick n Save location will close at the end of this year. According to a company spokesman, Roundy's Inc. will let the lease on its 69,914-square-...

 

Van Burens Whiskey Bar & Grill opens Friday, serving up gourmet burgers, bourbon, gin, scotch and, of course, a wide selection of U.S., Canadian and Irish whiskies. The restaurant and bar holds i...

 

A planned $75 million building that would be the cornerstone of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukees Innovation Park faces a second two-year delay as Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker recommended against ...

 

Three motorcycles showing generations of Harley-Davidson Inc. evolution tore up the ground in Sturgis, S.D., to open construction of The Rally Point, a permanent plaza and venue that will be home for ...

 

Negotiations to have the Milwaukee Art Museum take over ODonnell Park were shot down by a Milwaukee County Board parks committee that, earlier this month, supported an alternative plan for the propert...

 

Milwaukee beer drinkers will have one of their first opportunities to sample beers from Minnesota craft brewer Surly Brewing Co., which is heading for statewide distribution of its brands later in 201...

 

Marquette University High School named Rev. Michael Marco its 11th president Wednesday, succeeding Rev. Warren Sazama, who has served as president for the past nine years. Marco, 53, will serve as pr...

 

Windsor is the latest retailer to make plans for a store in the Fox River Mall in Grand Chute and will move into the former Delia's space in the JC Penney Co. wing. Windsor is a junior women's clothi...

 

One week before the station where he has worked for more than 37 years is scheduled to change owners, longtime Milwaukee news anchorman Mike Jacobs announced he will retire in May from WTMJ-TV (Channe...

 
 

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