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  • Minimum wage increases to $8 an hour in Minnesota

    Minimum wage increases to $8 an hour in Minnesota

    (AP) -- Minimum-wage earners in Minnesota get a pay raise to $8 an hour.For Minnesota's lowest-paid workers, the most welcome move the Legislature made this year was increasing the minimum wage for the first time in nearly a decade.The hourly wage moves from $6.15 to $8, the first in a series of steps that will eventually set it at $9.50 an hour for big companies, including those with gross annual sales topping a half-million dollars. Smaller companies phase up to $7.25 an hour next year, whi...More >>
    (AP) -- Minimum-wage earners in Minnesota get a pay raise to $8 an hour.For Minnesota's lowest-paid workers, the most welcome move the Legislature made this year was increasing the minimum wage for the first time in nearly a decade.The hourly wage moves from $6.15 to $8, the first in a series of steps that will eventually set it at $9.50 an hour for big companies, including those with gross annual sales topping a half-million dollars. Smaller companies phase up to $7.25 an hour next year, whi...More >>
  • Prosecutor: Peanut plant faked salmonella results

    Prosecutor: Peanut plant faked salmonella results

    ALBANY, Ga. (AP) -- A federal prosecutor says a Georgia peanut plant linked to a deadly salmonella outbreak fabricated food-safety lab results sent to customers including food giant Kellogg's.More >>
    ALBANY, Ga. (AP) -- A federal prosecutor says a Georgia peanut plant linked to a deadly salmonella outbreak fabricated food-safety lab results sent to customers including food giant Kellogg's.More >>
  • Parents sue caregiver website company over death

    Parents sue caregiver website company over death

    KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) -- A Kenosha couple is suing the woman charged in the death of their baby and the caregiver screening web site they used to hire her.Nathan and Reggan Koopmeiners say Care.com did not perform the background check they paid for when they hired Sarah Gumm in 2012.More >>
    KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) -- A Kenosha couple is suing the woman charged in the death of their baby and the caregiver screening web site they used to hire her.Nathan and Reggan Koopmeiners say Care.com did not perform the background check they paid for when they hired Sarah Gumm in 2012.
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    Loggers free fall continues

    Loggers free fall continues

    Battle Creek, MI (WXOW) The Loggers just can't seem to break out of their funk.More >>
    Battle Creek, MI (WXOW) The Loggers just can't seem to break out of their funk.
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    Onalaska Legion hopes to win arms race at State

    Onalaska Legion hopes to win arms race at State

    Onalaska, WI (WXOW) It's a big weekend for those teams competing at legion state tournaments. Onalaska will take it's turn in the Class AA state tournament in Baraboo starting Friday.More >>
    Onalaska, WI (WXOW) It's a big weekend for those teams competing at legion state tournaments. Onalaska will take it's turn in the Class AA state tournament in Baraboo starting Friday.
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    Loggers woes continue after doubleheader sweep

    Loggers woes continue after doubleheader sweep

    The Loggers season continues to circle the drain after a doubleheader sweep at the hands of the Madison Mallards Wednesday.More >>
    The Loggers season continues to circle the drain after a doubleheader sweep at the hands of the Madison Mallards Wednesday.More >>
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