Wisconsinites are falling through the treatment and rehab net, and are still driving drunk long after their arrests for DUI. Some Wisconsin counties want to turn that around. Sean Kirkby from the Center for Investigative Journalism reports.
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.
Wisconsin’s drug courts serve an alternative to prison. Buzz host Brian Standing is joined by Taylor Chase to discuss how to diversify the member participation in these drug courts.
The Center for Investigative Journalism uncovers alleged abuse of inmates at the Waupun Correctional Facility.
Bigger, heavier and more frequent freight trains are now rolling through Central Wisconsin. Why? They’re hauling away Wisconsin sand, and it’s all due to the frack-sand industry. The Center for Investigative Journalism’s Taylor Chase has the story.
Lots of talk about the minimum wage lately, but what about those folks who work for nothing? Unpaid internships are on the rise but may be soon curtailed in the federal courts. The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism’s Matthew Barnidge brings us the story.