(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.
(WORT) — What were the hot new local items at area farmers markets this year? André Darlington finds out in the Farmers Market Report.
(WORT) — All eyes were on Milwaukee Tuesday night as the 2016 GOP presidential candidates gathered for another debate. With Governor Scott Walker out of the race, which candidate is catching the eye of Wisconsin voters? Dylan Brogan hit the streets outside the debate to find out.
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.
(WORT) — NASA has possibly found two ice volcanoes on Pluto! UW Astronomers Jenna Ryon and Anna Williams tell us more about this oh so cold discovery.
(WORT) — In 1962, Bernard became the first African American to be hired by the Madison Metropolitan School District. Rich with details about life in the segregated south and the prejudiced north, this three-part-series takes a personal look at the entrenched history of racism in the United States.