(WORT) — Isthmus contributor Liz Merfeld ventures out into the abyss to find the most remote spot in Dane County. Merfeld joins Dylan Brogan in studio.
Internet connectivity today is a crucial part of everyday life and economic growth, but many people in Dane County do not have decent internet access. What needs to change? Whose responsibility is it to connect all citizens to the internet? On November 9, Patty Peltekos talks with UW professor Barry Orton, DoIt network consultant David […]
(WORT) — The University of Wisconsin Madison announced last week that it will not be issuing new student ID cards that would have made it easier for students to vote. Many student groups and officials are criticizing the university for not prioritizing civic engagement. Darien Lamen reports.
How is Madison moving towards racial and criminal justice in Dane County? The Jail Reform Work Groups, created following the May resolution for comprehensive jail reform, have reported back with their findings. Today Carousel Bayrd talks with County Board Supervisors Shelia Stubbs and Leland Pan on this and where prison reforms are going.
Community advocates, Z! Haukeness and Anders Zanichkowsky, are working in conjunction with the Wisconsin Trans Health Coalition to help make access to healthcare coverage more equitable in Dane County.
As the push for a $15 minimum wage for fast-food workers continues in many major U.S. cities, the idea has taken up roots here in Dane County, albeit in a slightly different form.