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12:09 pm
Thu May 16, 2013

Walker Administration: Wisconsin Added 62,000 Private Sector Jobs in Governor's First Two Years

Wisconsin will learn on June 27, how it compares with other states in creating jobs

Gov. Walker appears to be a quarter-way to his goal of creating 250,000 private sector jobs from 2011-2015.

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Regional
11:31 am
Thu May 16, 2013

Food Lovers Guide to Milwaukee: Finding that Unique Taste

Milwaukee Public Market is a great place to find a variety of unique flavors.
Credit Flickr

Milwaukee is in something of a food renaissance, for restaurants, ingredients, and simply for the interest of people in what goes onto their plate.

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Arts & Culture
11:29 am
Thu May 16, 2013

Skylight Music Theatre Closes Season with Porgy and Bess

Lake Effect's Bonnie North interviews departing Skylight Music Theatre's Artistic Director Bill Theisen.

Artistic Director Bill Theisen explains why he chose the production of Porgy and Bess to end his nine-year run at the Skylight Music Theatre.

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Arts & Culture
10:16 am
Thu May 16, 2013

Edible Milwaukee Celebrates Local Food Scene

Jen Ede, Young Kim, Justin Johnson and Venice Williams.
Credit Susan Bence

This month, a new quarterly magazine launches with a specific focus on food in Milwaukee.

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Education
7:57 am
Thu May 16, 2013

Walker Seeks Tuition Freeze

Gov. Scott Walker wants to cut an increase in UW Systemfunding by more than half.

Gov. Scott Walker wants to freeze tuition at UW system schools for the next two years.  The change is part of an amended budget request the Walker administration has submitted to the Joint Finance Committee.   The Governor also wants to cut an increase in UW system funding from $181 million to about $87 million. The changes come after news surfaced that the UW system had a $650 million surplus. Changes in the new budget proposal would lower the UW system reserve fund by $136 million.

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