Tradition plays an important role in military life for many reasons: It provides a sense of continuity between the generations, upholds morale, and instills pride.
Freight trucks on Interstate 81 rumble through the Roanoke region by the tens of thousands every week, concentrated during daylight hours. At night, truckers bed down for legally mandated breaks and the rumble is replaced by a snore.
In the Badgers’ dominant, 45-7 win against visiting Illinois, Mertz tied a program record with five touchdown passes and lived up to all the hype that’s built around him since he committed to UW in 2017.
Years from now, hundreds of thousands of UW football fans will say they were there for the debut of quarterback Graham Mertz. They'll all be lying.
The junior bounced back from his mistake with two key plays on the ensuing series before going on to finish his productive night with seven catches for 72 yards and three touchdowns.
Tom Oates grades the No. 14 Wisconsin Badgers' performance in their 45-7 victory over the Illinois Fighting Illini in their season opener Friday night at Camp Randall Stadium.
A quick look at the 14th-ranked Wisconsin Badgers' 45-7 victory over the Illinois Fighting Illini Friday night in the season opener at an empty Camp Randall Stadium.
The company's $3 billion contract with Wisconsin remains in question after state officials in December told Foxconn it no longer was eligible for tax subsidies agreed to in the original contract because the project has changed too much.
Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Foxconn could use its Wisconsin factory to build ventilators needed to treat COVID-19 patients, according to the CEO of a medical hardware company that designs and makes ventilators.
Gov. Tony Evers' administration has told Foxconn it no longer is eligible for tax subsidies agreed to in the original $3.6 billion deal with Taiwan-based electronics manufacturer.
There is no proof to suggest the Taiwan-based electronics giant has moved employees into the Capitol Square building it purchased from BMO Harris Bank for $9.5 million earlier this year.
The announcement comes a few weeks after UW-Madison reported receiving less than 1% of a $100 million commitment Foxconn made in August 2018.
Foxconn's partnerships with UW campuses have seen mixed success so far, with a UW-Milwaukee program drawing more student participation than announced, but developments appearing to progress slowly at UW-Madison.
Taiwan's main opposition party picked a pro-China populist mayor Monday as its candidate for the 2020 presidential race against an incumbent who often bashes Beijing.
Gov. Tony Evers told CNBC during a June 27 interview posted online Tuesday that he believes the plant will have about 1,500 employees in place when production begins in May 2020.
The Taiwanese electronics manufacturer announced in mid-April the pending purchase of the property, which is at the corner of Main Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and will be renamed "Foxconn Place Madison."
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos on Thursday slammed the governor as "naive" and said it is highly unlikely the board of the WEDC would approve a change to the contract.
Terry Gou said he would make a decision "in a day or two" on a possible presidential bid, according to Taiwan's official Central News Agency.
Foxconn made the announcement Friday morning at Monona Terrace. Representatives from BMO Financial Group and UW-Madison were also in attendance.
A company statement said this marks the next phase of Foxconn's overall blueprint for its campus in Mount Pleasant.
Foxconn representatives did not answer a list of questions related to their partnership with Wisconsin’s flagship university.
"If they can’t work with the university to get the development talent that they need, they can no longer operate and then the entirety of the deal could fall through," a Foxhounds member said.
Bloomberg Businessweek interviewed 49 people familiar with the project, including company executives and former employees of the Racine County facility.
Foxconn Technology Group reversed itself Friday saying it will construct a liquid-crystal-display manufacturing facility in southeast Wisconsin after President Donald Trump intervened amid news reports that put the future of the project in doubt.
Nikkei Asian Review Thursday reported the Taiwanese iPhone assembler's "$10 billion investment in display production in the state of Wisconsin has been suspended and scaled back as a result of negotiations with new Gov. Tony Evers."
The future of Foxconn Technology Group’s $10 billion high-tech manufacturing campus in southeast Wisconsin was cast into uncertainty Wednesday after the company acknowledged the project was being “adjusted” in response to changing global economics.
The figure falls short of the minimum 260 full-time jobs required under the state's contract with the company, meaning it will not receive any tax incentives this year.
Evers, who has touted his support for a $15 minimum wage in Wisconsin, also said he's open to creating exceptions to a $15 wage in rural areas and for teenage workers.
Foxconn Technology Group intends to invest $100 million in engineering and innovation research at UW-Madison that will help fund an interdisciplinary research facility for students and faculty to collaborate closely with the company’s Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park near Racine.
His visit comes as he criticizes Harley-Davidson's decision to move some production overseas and as Foxconn scales back the initial size of its facility.
CLIFTON PARK, N.Y. - After working out at the NBA combine and attending various pro camp invites, Shenendehowa High School graduate and Maryland sophomore, Kevin Huerter announced that he will be keeping his name in the upcoming NBA draft and hiring an agent, ending his short, but successful…
Officials with Taiwanese electronics maker Foxconn are disputing a report from a top Asian news outlet that the company is changing its plans for a display-screen manufacturing campus in southeast Wisconsin.