Stories tagged: "Oshkosh"


Wisconsin’s Most Inclusive Cities: Ranked

Since 2018, Wisconsin has become a more inclusive place for members of the LGBTQ+ community, according to the latest report from the Human Rights Campaign.

8 Spots with Great Outlet Shopping in Wisconsin

We compiled a list of Wisconsin’s best spots for outlet shopping-- from large malls to small independent stores.

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What’s Happening This Weekend? Your UpNorth Guide of What to Do, Where to Go

Whether it's food, music, or outdoor adventures, there’s always something to do in Wisconsin. Check out this list for our recommendations!

Wisconsin’s Highest-Rated, Most-Reviewed Restaurants of 2022, According to Yelp

Yelp.com was the 44th most-visited website in the world in 2022. We decided to look at its impact in Wisconsin by breaking town the highest-rated and most-reviewed restaurants in the state's 10 biggest cities.

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Mandela Barnes, right, speaks with co-owner Jessica Jones as he toured the Giant Jones Brewery on Wednesday, July 21, 2021, in Madison, Wis. Barnes made the stop the day after launching his Senate campaign. (AP Photo/Scott Bauer)
Mandela Barnes Calls Out Ron Johnson Over Oshkosh Defense’s Outsourcing of Jobs 

Sen. Ron Johnson, who helped ram through a 2017 tax cut that benefited large corporations and his own billionaire donors, downplayed the impact of Oshkosh Defense's decision to outsource jobs.

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AOC Gets the USPS to Admit Oshkosh Defense Had No Plans to Create Its New Jobs in Wisconsin

Critics accuse the company of bait and switch for winning a big government contract based on its experienced union workforce—but choosing to create non-union jobs in South Carolina.

An Oshkosh man pleaded guilty to plotting an attack on US power grids to cause a race war. (Photo by Pixabay via Pexels)
Oshkosh Man Part of Neo-Nazi Plot: Attack Power Grid, Start a Race War

Jackson Matthew Sawall was one of three men who planned to plunge regions into chaos and cause a race war by attacking power stations, according to federal prosecutors.