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Most chancellors will see their base pay increase by 2%, but one chancellor will get a 6% salary bump.
Karen Timberlake is stepping down from the agency after overseeing the state's COVID vaccine rollout and response to monkeypox
Mayor Cavalier Johnson's office has confirmed that a U.S. Postal Service mail carrier was shot and killed in the city Friday night.
MCTS says the incident took place at North 30th Street and West Lisbon Avenue on Route 57 with the bus traveling east.

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The Foxconn development in Racine County hit enough job and investment benchmarks to secure $8.57 million in state subsidies.

Silvercrest, now at 825 N. Jefferson St., will lease 11,194 square feet on the 22nd floor.

Bert Sartori succeeds his father, Jim, who served as CEO for almost 30 years.

Wisconsin's unemployment rate has been low all year which has lead agencies and companies to be creative to fill vacant job openings.

If demand continues to drive price increases — as distinct from the supply chains issues that were a major contributor to inflation earlier — the Fed will have little choice but to keep raising rates…