(WORT) — Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is no longer running for president, but there are still well over a dozen other GOP candidates seeking support from voters on Walker’s home turf. Prominent Wisconsin Republicans are already making endorsements, and political operatives are looking ahead to the state’s primary next spring. Kristian Knutsen talks to Capitol Reporter […]
MADISON (WORT) –The twelve nations involved in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) have reached an agreement on the final language of the controversial trade pact. The trade deal has been criticized in the U.S. for being negotiated in secret. Details of the historic free trade agreement still haven’t been disclosed to the public. U.S. Senator Tammy […]
Patty Peltekos is the new host of Monday’s A Public Affair, 12–1pm, replacing Yuri Rashkin, who is now teaching full-time at UW-Whitewater in Communications. Finally, we have the chance to find out why Patty is such a news junkie. WORT: What was the first news story you remember paying attention to? Patty: I was five […]
MADISON (WORT) — Kristian Knutsen talks to Wisconsin State Journal reporter Molly Beck about the swift end to Walker’s presidential campaign and what’s in store for the next three years of his term as governor.
More than a thousand community members gathered on an east Madison bike path Thursday night, less than a week after a women was raped and nearly murdered there while walking home.
MADISON (WORT) — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton used Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker as a political punching bag during her first campaign stop in Wisconsin. Walker was a convenient foil for Clinton to help demonstrate her focus on addressing income inequality.