Tony Castaneda is joined by Sid Roy, a Ph.D. student and Communications Director of the Flint Water Study at Virginia Tech to discuss the Flint water crisis. The Flint Water Study team formed to provide scientific investigation, data and support to Flint residents when the city, state and EPA failed to address concerns about water […]
Tony Castaneda’s guest is Oscar Mireles, who will become Madison’s fifth Poet Laureate on January 18. They discuss how the Poet Laureate promotes creating and performing poetry throughout the community. Mr. Mireles, the first bilingual Poet Laureate, performs his poem “I hate Atole!”
Tony Castañeda and producer Chris Lay chat with Isthmus Marketing Director: Chris Winterhack about the 7th Annual Isthmus Beer and Cheese Fest this Saturday at the Alliant Energy Center. Find out about old favorites and what’s new at this year’s Fest.
Tuesday Night Quarterbacking (leftovers) on the Wednesday morning Buzz with Liz DiNovella.
Dean Strang, co-counsel representing Steven Avery at trial for the murder of Teresa Halbach, joins 8 O’Clock Buzz host Tony Castaneda to discuss the case and the Netflix docu-series “Making a Murderer.”
Assembly Bill 620 from Sen. Chris Kapenga, R-Delafield would allow property owners to excavate effigy mounds to confirm that human remains exist. Wisconsin Legislative Representative for Ho Hunk Nation District 2, David Greendeer, shares with the 8 O’Clock Buzz and Tony Castaneda what these sacred sites mean to the Ho-Chunk people.