Nusaiba Mizan,

Nusaiba Mizan

Austin, TX, United States

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Past articles by Nusaiba:

Greg Abbott's lead over Beto O'Rourke has shrunk to 5 points, new poll shows

In the last Texas Politics Project poll, conducted in June, Texas Governor Greg Abbott was leading Beto O'Rourke by 6 points. → Read More

Greg Abbott's lead over Beto O'Rourke has shrunk to 5 points, new poll shows

In the last Texas Politics Project poll, conducted in June, Texas Governor Greg Abbott was leading Beto O'Rourke by 6 points. → Read More

Fact-check: Does the Texas grid have 15% more power generation capacity than last year?

Gov. Greg Abbott was referring to installed capacity of the grid, not the power available at that time. → Read More

As Wisconsin employers struggle to find workers, state prisons work to build opportunities for those leaving custody

Department of Corrections, Workforce Development on course to open seven job centers at correctional facilities. They established three prior to 2021. → Read More

Wisconsin's Muslim Americans address post-9/11 Islamophobia through community, civic engagement

Muslim Americans increased political activism, community engagement when faced with post-9/11 Islamophobia → Read More

Will Pandemic Benefits’ End Ease Worker Shortage?

Research iffy on whether extended unemployment benefits created disincentive to work. → Read More

Brown County organizations offer to resettle 50 Afghan refugees, call for volunteers and donations to assist

The Brown County Refugee Task Force has offered to resettle up to 50 Afghan refugees based on member organizations' staffing and capabilities. → Read More

Why a small pay increase can be a disaster for some working families who stand to lose benefits

A 25-cent raise can lead to a total loss of needed benefits for some low-income Wisconsin families, which make it hard to improve their circumstances. → Read More

Take a look: 5 aerospace innovations showcased at AirVenture 2021 in Oshkosh

The latest in supply chain, space, and personal air travel. → Read More

Schneider National to open innovation center in Ashwaubenon with artificial intelligence

Construction on "The Grove" will begin this fall as the trucking company responds to "disruptive" changes in the industry. → Read More


Jury awards Manitowoc woman more than $125 million in discrimination lawsuit against Walmart

The jury found Walmart had failed to accommodate Marlo Spaeth, an employee with Down syndrome who had worked for the company for about 16 years. → Read More

Wisconsin program to cover internet bills for those at risk of housing instability, homelessness

Previously, the rental assistance program covered rental and utility costs. → Read More

Nine Green Bay LGBTQ+ artists discuss their inspirations and the way their creations spread love

From photography to portraits to unique sculptures, these creatives seek to give voice to their own experiences and to others. → Read More

Oshkosh Defense chooses South Carolina for Postal Service delivery vehicle manufacturing

Oshkosh Corp. announced Tuesday it will build next-generation delivery vehicles for the U.S. Postal Service is Spartanburg, South Carolina. → Read More

'It's about our joy': Green Bay celebrates Juneteenth at two events

Days after the national recognition of Juneteenth as a holiday, the Green Bay community comes together to celebrate. → Read More

Ohio-based electric vehicle maker sues Postal Service over Oshkosh Corp. contract for new fleet

Workhorse Group filed a formal bid protest and requested for files to be sealed. Oshkosh's contract is potentially worth billions. → Read More

Green Bay to Wisconsin Elections Commission: Dismiss complaint, which has no merit

Five Green Bay residents filed a complaint in April alleging the city allowed a nonprofit funding source to improperly influence elections. → Read More

Juneteenth event organizers aim to bring love, healing with this year's festivities in Green Bay

On June 19, Americans celebrate Juneteenth, commemorating the Emancipation Proclamation, effective Jan. 1, 1863. → Read More

Oshkosh Defense announces $942.9 million contract with U.S. Army

Oshkosh Defense wins another contract to integrate weapons systems into army vehicles. → Read More

'Give me a chance': Housing discrimination, unaffordability leave homeless community members with few options

Northeast Wisconsin's competitive housing market is leaving many people homeless. → Read More