(WORT) — The City of Madison’s 2016 budget includes new funds for developing cooperatives in Madison. Alder Rebecca Kemble has the details on this new initiative and joins Harry Richardson and Helena White at the WORT Studios.
Madison365, which covers diverse communities and issues of equity in the region, published a report about the challenges faced by African Americans and other people of color in higher education.
(WORT) — Unless Kraft Heinz reverses their decision, it appears that Oscar Mayer will be leaving town after nearly a century in Madison. But how did the famed hot dog maker ever make it to Wisconsin’s Capitol City? Here’s the Madison History Podcast with Stu Levitan.
Madison365 editor-in-chief David Dahmer reported on the burgeoning technology business sector in the city, introducing entrepreneurs who are seeking to challenge its lack of diversity. In this interview, he discussed their work to change Madison’s tech scene.
Today Carousel Bayrd is talking the city budget. What are the city’s priorities? Is it reflected in this year’s budget? Should anything be changed? Today’s guest is City Council President Denise DeMarb to discuss the new budget.
(WORT) — Now that Exact Sciences is no longer participating, what’s next for the embattled Judge Doyle Square project? Dylan Brogan has the latest from Madison Mayor Paul Soglin.