Gogebic security guards not licensed to work in Wisconsin; FEMA plans flooding assessment in St. Croix; Three tornados touched down; More state briefs
Gogebic Taconite has temporarily pulled its military-style security guards from its mining site in northern Wisconsin.
The firm admitted Wednesday that Bulletproof Securities of Arizona worked for six days without having a state license. Private security firms are required to be licensed. If they’re not, the penalties can run up to $500 and six months in jail plus a one-year operating ban in Wisconsin.