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Mark Cupp, Executive Director of Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board, joined the Wednesday 8 O’Clock Buzz on May 8th, 2013, to speak with Jan Miyasaki for their yearly spring update on the river.read article »
Nicholas Johnson joined the 8 O’Clock Buzz on Wednesday, May 8, 2013. Johnson is the former Commissioner on the Federal Communications Commission appointed by Lyndon B. Johnson. He is also the author of “How To Talk Back To Your Television Set.” Currently he is teaching at the University of Iowa College of Law. He also has a blog here.read article »
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism brings us this month’s peek behind the curtain, as we dig deeper to learn more about the investigative stories local reporters are working on now. Reporter Kate Golden warns us that we are awash in endocrine disruptors- common chemicals that are changing our bodies in ways we are only beginning to discover. And they’re in our water here in Wisconsin.read article »
The Center for Investigative Journalism’s Rory Linnane, explains why the U-W’s emergency alert system doesn’t work for everyone.read article »
You made your genetic code yourself. But do you own it? UW’s Shubha Ghosh tells us why that’s a more challenging question than you might think.read article »
Nancy Thurow, the co-founder and longtime artistic director of Children’s Theater of Madison (CTM), died Tuesday in Madison. Roseanne Sheridan, Stage Director, Acting/Directing Teacher, and current Director of the Children’s Theater of Madison, joined the 8 O’ Clock Buzz to talk with Jonathan Zarov, about Thurow’s spirited life.read article »
Joining Jonathan Zarov on the 8 O’Clock Buzz on Friday, May 3, 2013, was Melinda Van Slyke, a human rights worker for Guatemala since 1997.read article »
Tod Ohnstad, 65th Assembly District State Representative, (Democrat) joined Tony Castaneda on the 8 O’Clock Buzz to talk about pending issues in Wisconsin including a proposed iron mine in northern Wisconsin.read article »