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‘This cannot be who we are any longer’ Evers links COVID-19...

The regular briefings state officials hold to update the media on Wisconsin’s battle with COVID-19 are usually a mix of earnest public health reminders...

Tear gas is way more dangerous than police let on —...

This story was originally published by ProPublica. When Amira Chowdhury joined a protest in Philadelphia against police violence on Monday, she wore a mask to...

Democratic and Republican radio address topics are systemic racism and June...

This week Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes took a turn doing the Democratic radio address recorded weekly for the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association, using the forum...

Rejecting Trump’s American carnage The American experiment is in peril

Remember Donald Trump’s “American carnage” speech? In in his inaugural address — an opportunity most presidents use to unite and inspire the nation — Trump...

Jacobs elected chair of Wisconsin Elections Commission

In a unanimous vote Wednesday, Democrat-appointed commissioner Ann Jacobs was elected chair of the Wisconsin Elections Commission.  Jacobs will replace Republican-appointed Dean Knudson who has...

Pushback on Wanggaard and police use of force

Gov. Tony Evers called on the Wisconsin Legislature to pass a bill that sets standards for police use of force on Tuesday.  It’s a bill...

County Supv. Clancy describes his arrest, consequences of curfew When existing...

As Sunday’s 9 p.m. curfew drew closer in the city of Milwaukee the County Supv. Ryan Clancy, of Dist. 4, prepared for what that...

Could Floyd’s killing lead to long-delayed reform in state law? Police...

Gov. Tony Evers issued a video call-to-action on Tuesday as protests continued in municipalities throughout Wisconsin.  Evers began his message with a request that the...

To Zoom or not to Zoom Local governments make decisions on...

When the COVID-19 pandemic’s ramifications truly began to set in for Wisconsin, it made sense for government bodies to hold their public meetings virtually....

Law and order won’t save us Put away the hammer—we need...

The angry, blaring buzzes came first, interrupting my radio oldies. The nearby City of Kenosha was telling me one recent evening of a state...
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