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12/19/2018 08:06 AM
A new study finds that Wisconsin's tax burden has dropped to a 30-year low. The Wisconsin Policy Forum report released Wednesday examines state and local taxes as a share of personal income.
The Superior Fire Department says a single train car that was carrying hydrogen peroxide derailed near South Range Friday morning. Officials say the scene is contained, and no injuries were reported.
An unattended package caused concern at Hayward's hospital after the facility received an email bomb threat Thursday, possibly as part of a national hoax. It turns out the package had been left for the resident by family members.
Wisconsin farmers will receive about $10 million in federal money from the farm bailout program. The average payment is $2,145.
Wisconsin regulators are giving prospective hemp farmers another two months to apply for licenses for the 2019 growing season. The new deadline is March 1.
Hunters killed slightly more deer during Wisconsin's nine-day gun season this year than in 2017. The DNR says the harvest of 211,430 deer is up 7 percent from last year.
The Wisconsin DNR says this year's gun deer season set a record for hunter safety. Still, three hunters were injured.
Waupaca Foundry plans to add a facility in Ironwood, bringing 61 jobs to the city. Ironwood beat competing sites in Wisconsin and Arkansas for the facility.