Each month the Monday Buzz hears the latest from muckrakers at the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism. Kate Golden and Madeleine Behr joined us on June 1st to share stories of the troubling decline of walleye in the region and the extent of the WEDC’s impact in the northern part of the state.
Is Governor Walker’s get-tough approach with Food Stamp recipients rooting out fraud, or just scapegoating the poor? And what’s with those half a cow sculptures touring the state? The Center for Investigative Journalism’s Bill Lueders and Kate Golden joined the Monday Buzz on May 4th to share their newest stories.
A dead zone in Lake Michigan and fissures in the ground where the sand used to be. The Center for Investigative Journalism’s Kate Golden joins the Monday Buzz.
MADISON (WORT) — WISDOM, a network of faith-based organizations, is pushing for reform to Wisconsin’s use of solitary confinement. But most people have never seen what it’s like.
Kewaunee County wants to make it harder to put cow poop in the groundwater. The Dairy Council has other ideas. And the Center for Investigative Journalism’s Kate Golden has the story.
Tar sands oil and Lake Superior: potentially a dangerous combination? Then there’s all the usual green goop in the lakes here in town. Kate Golden tells us more.