(WORT) — This week we cover President Obama’s trip to Milwaukee, Governor Walker at CPAC, The Frequency’s one-year ban on Hip Hop, and an early season opener for Madison’s new skate park.
(WORT) — This week the United States Supreme Court delivered a mighty setback for one of President Obama’s key initiatives to combat climate change. For more on why the high court issued this precedent setting order, Dylan Brogan spoke with UW-Madison Political Science Professor Ryan Owens.
(WORT) — This week we cover how UW-Madison students are feeling about the upcoming presidential race, what next for the closed General Motors plant in Janesville, and the All-Star saga of NHL player John Scott.
(WORT) — When it comes to the state economy, Wisconsinites can be forgiven for being confused. To find out where the Wisconsin economy actually stands, Dylan Brogan filed this report.
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(WORT) — This week state lawmakers made new headway on legislation that would dramatically increase compensation for people wrongfully convicted and imprisoned. Although historically Wisconsin was the first state to offer compensation to exonerees, its compensation standard is currently the lowest in the nation, at $5,000 per year with a maximum of $25,000. Darien Lamen reports.