(WORT) — This week we cover Wisconsin’s right-to-work law being put on hold, the Madison Common Council proposing to take away powers from the mayor, and Tone Madison editor Scott Gordon talks to Madison rock duo Dick the Bruiser.
(WORT) — This week we cover the legacy of Tamara Grigsby, the pivotal school referendum vote in Montello, final business in the Wisconsin Senate, and a recipe for whole-roasted cauliflower.
(WORT) — This week we cover the Day without Latinos Rally, the State of the Tribes Address, and Nigel O’Shea reviews the fish fry at the East Side Club in Madison.
(WORT) — This week we cover the Democratic presidential debate in Milwaukee, a new lawsuit over the Enbridge oil pipeline in Dane County, and learn how apps have changed the dating game.
(WORT) — UW-Madison student Colin Higgins was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship in November and will go on to the University of Oxford next semester to continue his research on the relationships between public policy and the environment. Reporter Cameron Bren spoke with Higgins about his Middleton upbringing, and the culmination of education, experience, and inspiration that led to his Rhodes Scholarship.
(WORT) — This week we cover the looming overhaul of the Wisconsin Civil Service System and the debate over a new bill targeting so-called “Sanctuary Cities.”